Radio stations as spaces for political alternatives during the Yugoslav wars

Volcic, Zala and Plansak, Mojca (2012). Radio stations as spaces for political alternatives during the Yugoslav wars. In Bojan Bilic and Vesna Jankovic (Ed.), Resisting the evil: [Post-]Yugoslav anti-war contention (pp. 175-196) Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos.

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Author Volcic, Zala
Plansak, Mojca
Title of chapter Radio stations as spaces for political alternatives during the Yugoslav wars
Title of book Resisting the evil: [Post-]Yugoslav anti-war contention
Place of Publication Baden-Baden, Germany
Publisher Nomos
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Series Southeast European Integration Perspectives
ISBN 9783832972080
Editor Bojan Bilic
Vesna Jankovic
Volume number 7
Chapter number 10
Start page 175
End page 196
Total pages 22
Total chapters 14
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Abstract/Summary The break-up of Yugoslavia is, in historical accounts, usually reduced to nationalist wars which started in 1991. On the one hand, the collapse of the state had been preceded by almost a decade of demonstrations, (nationalist) media propaganda, and other types of political mobilisation. On the other band, however, pro-Yugoslav media did exist, offering alternative configurations of state, identity, and communication. [extract]
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