Democratic Transition in Slovenia
Value Transformation, Education, and Media
Political Science
6 x 9, 304 pp.
10 tables., 18 figs.
Pub Date: 09/15/2006
Eugenia & Hugh M. Stewart '26 Series
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978-1-58544-525-7
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Democratic Transition in Slovenia

Value Transformation, Education, and Media

Edited by Sabrina P. Ramet and Danica Fink-Hafner

Sabrina P. Ramet is professor of Political Science at the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU). Born in London, England, she studied philosophy at Stanford University, earning her Ph.D. in political science from UCLA in 1981. She is the author of nine books, including Thinking about Yugoslavia: Scholarly Debates about the Yugoslav Breakup and the Wars in Bosnia and Kosovo (Cambridge University Press, 2005).Danica Fink-Hafner is professor of Political Parties, Interest Groups and Policy Analysis at the University of Ljubljana. She has been a visiting scholar in the United States and the United Kingdom. She has written extensively on Slovenian politics. Among her three books, three co-authored, and eight (co)-edited volumes is also Politics in the Territory of former Yugoslavia (with Damjan Lajh and Alenka Krašovec, Faculty of Social Sciences Press, 2005).

What Readers Are Saying:

“. . . presents a valuable assessment of how Slovenia has been transformed, or not, in the decade since declaring independence in 1991...a welcome contribution. Students of Slovenia will find it valuable, as will those interested in post-communist developments in Central and Eastern Europe.”--Carole Rogel, Emeritus, History Department, Ohio State University

“. . . presents a valuable assessment of how Slovenia has been transformed, or not, in the decade since declaring independence in 1991...a welcome contribution. Students of Slovenia will find it valuable, as will those interested in post-communist developments in Central and Eastern Europe.” --Carole Rogel, Emeritus, History Department, Ohio State University

“A remarkable and timely volume of contributions focusing on Slovenia’s democratic trajectory with a view to three core themes: Liberalism, democracy and education. Without any doubt an ambitious project with rewarding research findings which are indispensable for the academics in the area (and beyond) and policy makers alike.” --Rudolf M. Rizman, Ljubljana University

“…an interesting and well-written book that will undoubtedly appeal not only to scholars interested in the Slovenian and Yogoslav transitions but also to those concerned with democratization and post communist politics more broadly.” --Slavic Review

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