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Vladimir Jelkić ; Institut za primijenjena društvena istraživanja, Zagreb

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str. 293-310

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In the paper the author investigates the results obtained in view
of the readiness of the displaced from the Croatian east to return
in the places from which they were exiled during Serbian
agression. The results indicated existence of psychological assumptions
for a mass return of the displaced although a considerable
number of the displaced did not conform with the Plan of
Peaceful Reintegration. The answers of the displaced to the questions
investigating the intention to return under present conditions
established by the Plan suggest that even in case of successful
implementation of the Plan, almost one third of the displa-ced
would not return home. Those with higher level of education, and
capable of working would return home in smaller number. The
decision to return will primarily depend on complete implementation
of the Croatian authorities in the area of displacement. If that
basic condition would not be satisfied, majority of the displaced
are ready to accept a certain form of presence of international
community. On the contrary, the control of local Serbs in the place
of return is absolutely inaceeptable for nine tenth of the displaced.
Investigation also showed that displaced from Vukovar have to a
considerable degree different, and for the process of peaceful
reintegration, more negative attitudes than the displaced from other
municipalities and towns.

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