Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnography SASA vol 63, no. 3 (2015) - online edition
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Editor in chief:

Drаgаnа Rаdojičić

 

Editors of the Topic:

Miroslava Lukić Krstanović,

Petko Hristov

 

International editorial board:

Radost Ivanova,

Elephterios Alexakis,

Jana Pospíšilová,

Karl Kaser,

Gabriela Kiliánová,
Milica Bakić-Hayden,

Ingrid Slavec-Gradišnik,

Marina Martynova,

Fernando Diego Del Vecchio,

Kjell Magnusson,

Tatiana Podolinska,

Peter Finke,

Ana Dragojlović;

 

Editorial board:

Gojko Subotić,

Sofija Miloradović,

Jelena Čvorović,

Srđan Radović,

Aleksandra Pavićević,

Lada Stevanović,

Ildiko Erdei,

Jelena Jovanović,

Mladena Prelić,

Biljana Sikimić,

Jadranka Đorđević Crnobrnja,

Sanja Zlatanović;

 

The reviewers:

Vojislav Stanovčić,

Mirjana Morokvašić,

Gordana Blagojević,

Dragana Antonijević,

Danica Šantić,

Duško Petrović,

Uršula Lipovec Čebron,

Mirjana Bobić.

 

Secretary:

Mаrijа Đokić

 

Accepted for publication by the reference of academician Vojislav Stanovčić, at meeting of the Department of Social Sciences SASA, November 17. 2015.

 

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Copyeditor:

Branislav Pantović

 

 

BELGRADE 2015

 

 

Topic of the Issue – Research of Migrations
Temа brojа – Istraživanje migracija

 

Authors name
Ime autora
Publication title in English and Serbian language
Naslov rada na engleskom i srpskom jeziku

Mobile Balkans: Temporality, Types, Trends

Mobilnost na Balkanu: privremenost, vrste, trendovi

pp. 515-536;
EMAIL: anna.krasteva@gmail.com;
DOI: 10.2298/GEI1503515K; UDC: 314.7(497); ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION: 19/10/2015


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Abstract
The objective of the article is to scrutunize the Balkan migration phenomenon, highlightening the alloy between continuity and discontinuity in the explanation of migrations; the former expressed in the trends, the latter – in breakthroughs, ruptures, changes. Four periods are articulated and charachterized through the major trends. The typology of Balkan migrations identifies ten types, classified in three larger categories. The article distinguishes and compares the national migration models and draws a panoramic picture of the major trends during the last quarter of a century.

Key words: Southeastern Europe, forced migration, ethnic migration, labor migration,
return, economic crisi, refugee crisis.

 

Sažetak
Cilj ovog članka je da pažljivo analizira fenomen balkanskih migracija, i da istakne povezanost između kontinuiteta i diskontinuiteta u obrazloženju migracija, izraženu u trendovima, kao i u prodorima i promenama. Četiri perioda su izražena kroz glavne trendove. Tipologija balkanskih migracija identifikuje deset vrsta , razvrstanih u
tri veće kategorije. Članak razlikuje i upoređuje modele nacionalne migracije i crta panoramski sliku glavnih trendova u poslednjoj četvrtini veka.

Ključne reči: Jugoistočna Evropa, prisilna migracija, etnički migracije, migracija radne snage, povratak.

 

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