YOUTH STUDY MACEDONIA 2013

Short description:
The present study measures, describes and explains the main attitudes, beliefs and values of the young Macedonian population in terms of: society, economy, education, employment, integration into the European Union, religion, family, social life and lifestyle preferences. The youngsters from the Balkans, or more specifically, the countries of the former Yugoslavia, have witnessed more dramatic and striking events: civil wars, the collapse of the federal country and separation into smaller independent states, transition from communism to capitalism, the long process of transition, privatization of social ownership, visa bans and visa liberalization, changes in domestic and foreign currencies, high rates of unemployment and poverty - as opposed to instant enrichment, a variety of political and governmental change. On the other hand, they witnessed the era of innovation in computers, mobile phones and the Internet, which was a kind of revolution and the beginning of a new, contemporary way of life, features of the 21st century.
Additional information:
Supported by:
  • Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Skopje Office
Year of publication:
2013
Country(ies) relevant for your entry:
Macedonia
Language:
English
Document:
Author:
  • Doc. Dr. Marija Topuzovska Latkovic
  • Prof. Dr. Mirjana Borota Popovska
  • Doc. Dr. Eleonora Serafimovska
  • Doc. Dr. Aneta Cekic