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Croatian Displacees and Refugees − the Question of Co-Existence

Milan Mesić ; Odsjek za sociologiju, Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska

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str. 173-186

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The paper is based on research results from the international project Prospects of Return and Reintegration of Croatian and Bosnian-Hercegovian Refugees. It analyses the responses of Croatian displacees in Hungary and Germany (a sample of 583 respondents) regarding co-existence, namely determining the status of the Serbian community in the Croatian state. To the were added also the opinions of both Croatian and Bosnian-Hercegovian refugees in three countries (a sample of 665 respondents) in regard to the equality of citizens before the law, regardless of religion or nationality. It was shown that about a third of the Croatian displacees and refugees rejected every possibility of co-existence in the same area. Factor analysis extracted the latent structures of three orientations in regard to determining the status of the Serb community in Croatia. Around the first factor were grouped representatives of the multicultural model, around the second opponents of special ethnic rights of Serbs in Croatia, and around the third supporters of expulsion, exchange and separation of Serbs in Croatia. Finally, both groups of respondents, especially those from Bosnia and Hercegovina, accepted to a high degree equality of all citizens before the law.

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refugees, displacees, expellees, minority rights, co-existence, equality before the law

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