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Ljiljana Kaliterna ; Institut za primijenjena društvena istraživanja, Zagreb
Ivan Rimac ; Institut za primijenjena društvena istraživanja, Zagreb

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 4.905 Kb

str. 281-291

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Based on an extensive survey conducted on the representative
sample of displaced persons from Croatian East the purpose
of this paper was to highlight the differences in some sociodemographic
characteristics, attitudes and expectations of the
displaced who distinguish by their willingness to return home under
the conditions of the Plan of Peaceful Reintegration. The majority
(about 70%) of the interviewed persons intended to return to
their homes unconditionally, about one quarter of them hesitated
about the return because of the conditions of the Plan of Peaceful
Reintegration or had not decided yet, and only 3% did not intend
to return. By means of discriminant analyses the results of three
groups of displaced persons were analysed: returnees, hesitant,
and non-returnees. According to the results, the main difference
between returnees and other two groups were their attitudes toward
the Plan of Peaceful Reintegration, and the Plan was found
to be prevailingly positive for the group of returnees. The group of
non-returnees, although very small in number, differed from both,
returnees and hesitant displaced, by younger age, poor family relationships,
problem of invalidity and better adaptation to the place
of resettlement. Present living conditions and expectations about
future of the potential returnees were presented.

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