A chapter entitled “The postponed effect of the 1990s: Strengthening of traditionalist values among youth in Croatia“ by Anja Gvozdanović, Ph.D. and Marko Kovačić, Ph.D. is part of the book entitled ”Nineties. Short cuts. New ethnography.“ (eds. Orlanda Obad and Petar Bagarić) published by the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research and Jesenski i Turk.
The key question that the authors are tackling is the one regarding the dynamics of elements of the traditional pattern (national exclusivity and religiosity) in young people who were socialized during the transition period in Croatia. The analysis is based on the results of longitudinal research of youth values conducted at the Institute’s Centre for Youth and Gender Studies from 1986 to 2013.
Published: April 29, 2020