Slovenian Youth 2013

The current study aims to observe and analyze youth transition processes, youth identity, and youth behavior patterns in 2013; determining the changes of transition, identity, and behavioral patterns over time; contextualizing Slovenian youth among national youth groups in other European countries, when preexisting data allow for such analyses. This study is the result of a survey investigation which data was collected in June and July of 2013, a period associated with tremendous economic crisis in Slovenia. Since the beginning of 2008, Slovenia's gross domestic product has fallen by approximately 8.5 percent. It is generally understood that this is the most important basic social fact currently impacting youth in Slovenia.

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Supported by:
  • Center for the Study of Post-Yugoslav Societies (CEPYUS), Maribor
  • Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES), Zagreb

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  • Sergej Flere
  • Rudi Klanjsek
  • Miran Lavric
  • Andrej Kirbis
  • Marina Tavcar Krajnc
  • Marko Divjak
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  • Barbara Zagorc
  • Andrej Naterer