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CROATIAN ISLANDS: REMEMBERING FIVE DEVELOPMENT CONSTRAINS

Ivan Rogić ; Faculty of Architecture, Zagreb


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Abstract

The paper presents a schematic overview of five basic
development constraints that are expected to significantly affect
further transformation of island communities and their economy.
They are the following: 1) islands' peripheral position in teritoriai
and functional organisation of Croatian society, 2) close dependance
of the quality of natural resources on the social system, 3)
emphasized local cultural pattern ("campanilism"), 4) domination
of social agents that are unable to act independently and 5)
inherited rent yielding type of modernisation since these constraints
have been repeatedly pointed out in research performed
so far, the paper proposes redirection of research towards the
determinants of a new revitalisation strategy for most important (if
not for all) Croatian island communities.

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Hrčak ID:

32909

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/32909

Publication date:

1.7.1994.

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