The social history of the province of Serbia

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In Yugoslavia, Rising Ethnic Strife Brings Fears of Worse Civil Conflict
By David Binder, The New York Times, Sunday November 1 1987. Portions of southern Yugoslavia have reached such a state of ethnic friction that Yugoslavs have begun to talk of the horrifying possibility of “civil war”. The current hostilities pit separatist-minded ethnic Albanians against the various Slavic populations of Yugoslavia and occur at all levels of society.
Birth, nationalism and war
By Stasa Zajovic, Women in Black, 13 January 1995. In the late eighties, with the consolidation of nationalism as the state ideology in Serbia, the propaganda directed against women grew stronger. In early 1990, demographers and physicians, supported by the mass media and institutions, offered legal proposals concerning women, some of which were cynical and underestimated women.
Romanies in Serbia: Life on the margins of society
By Olga Nikolic, AIM, Belgrade, 29 February 2001. Belgrade is confronted with racist hatred directed at its Romany fellow-citizens. Only this time, Jews have been added to the list.