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USD Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Overview One of the central challenges facing Macedonia, along with other Yugoslav successor states, is to develop civic values and to combat such uncivic values as ethnic intolerance, religious bigotry, and homophobia. This volume brings together specialists in Macedonian affairs to offer insights into the experiences and values of the Macedonians.
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Gross and Jacubowicz say that there two types of transition: genuine where there are political forces which can carry the fall of the system and create new and copycat characteristic for autocratic communist countries like in Central Asia where the system was so cruel and oppressive that it did not allow development of the elite capable to overthrow the system.
The transition was led by the power elite in these countries and transition is essentially still going on. According to their taxonomy the genuine transitions can lead toward democratic systems while copycat transitions develop more autocratic and intermediate systems. This is partially true. Through these newspapers businesses can exert pressure and gain favors.
And at times what is not published for instance details of a bribe that has been paid to gain a contract is more important than what is published. Authors: Katerina Spasovska 1 and Iso Rusi 2. Keywords: Macedonia ; media ; transition ; transformation ; political influence ; self-censorship ; control ; democracy.
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Have Institutional Access? Forgot your password? Get Permissions. When, how and for what purpose is media transition and transformation undertaken and completed in Central and Eastern Europe? In Professional journalist and self-regulation: New media, old dilemmas in south East Europe and Turkey pp.