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Politična, idejna in kulturna zgodovina Slovencev od sredine 19. stoletja do 1990 (Slovene)

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Code Science Field Subfield
6.01.00  Humanities  Historiography   

Code Science Field
H271  Humanities  Political history 
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Researchers (14)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  08410  PhD Vida Deželak-Barič  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  263 
2.  08192  PhD Ervin Dolenc  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  314 
3.  00840  PhD Aleš Gabrič  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  871 
4.  22284  PhD Jure Gašparič  Historiography  Researcher  2002 - 2003  337 
5.  08394  PhD Bojan Godeša  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  457 
6.  09653  PhD Damijan Guštin  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  662 
7.  13394  Nataša Kandus  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  38 
8.  17810  Irena Mazi    Researcher  2001 - 2003 
9.  04075  PhD Boris Mlakar  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  584 
10.  08411  PhD Jurij Perovšek  Historiography  Head  2001 - 2003  842 
11.  17106  PhD Mojca Šorn  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  180 
12.  17105  MSc Tadeja Tominšek Čehulić  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  69 
13.  12928  PhD Nevenka Troha  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  382 
14.  07574  PhD Peter Vodopivec  Historiography  Researcher  2001 - 2003  830 
Organisations (1)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0501  Institute for Contemporary History  Ljubljana  5057116000  6,081 
Abstract
The research into the political, ideological and cultural history of the Slovene nation from the mid 19 th century to 1990 analysis the entire process of Slovene national emancipation, starting with the formation of the Zedinjena Slovenija (Unified Slovenia) programme in 1848, and ending with the formation of the historical processes leading to Slovene national and political independence and the formation of the Republic of Slovenia as an independent and sovereign subject of international law in 1991. The project falls into three parts according to its content and historical periods. The first discusses the Austrian period, which begins with the revolutionary year of 1848 and ends with the break-up of the Habsburg Monarchy in 1918. In terms of Slovene national and political development, this period was characterised by a process which formed the consciousness of the Slovene nation as a separate national and political subject. Within the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, in a number of ways, it sought and claimed its national equality and state autonomy. The first thematic and historical part further analyses the process of the stratification of political theories and politics within the Slovene nationalist movement int he second half of the 19 th century, and the formation of parties, political theories and politics in the Slovene nation in the 1990s. In that period, Slovenia saw the formation of different social and political movements that had already been established at the time in Europe: Chatoloc, liberal and social democratic movements. The project here focuses on the formation of the Chatolic National Party (1892), Liberal National Party (1894) and the Yugoslav Social Democratic Party (1896). The establishment of a modern system of politics and political parties in Slovenia was many ways a turnin-point in history,) it constituted a foundation for the establishment and development of different political doctrines and their respective social and political movements. The second and third sections, divided according to content and historical periods, concern the Yugoslav stage in the history of the Slovene nation. For the years between 1918 and 1941, the programme focuses on the relationship between the Slovenes and their national identity on the one hand, and their Yugoslav identity on the other. The Slovene political will was split between the unitary-centralist and the autonomist-federalist political poles. The programme further focuses on the issue of ideological differences between Slovenes, and the fundamental questions of the nation's social and economic development and its ideological and political essence. The third thematic and historical section encompasses the period of the Second World War in Slovenia (1941-1945) and the time of the second Yugoslav state. The analysis of the period between 1941-1945 highlights the problem of the relations between major historical factors during the Second World War (occupying forces, the national liberation movement and its adversaries). Closer attention is paid to the dilemma concerning resisstance against the occupying forces and the revolutionary and anti-revolutionary forces. The next period (1945- 1990) is mainly concerned with the socialist political system. The programme here aims at investigating the web of measures, both practical and within political theory that were typical of the socialist system of politics and political theories, and the social and economic system. The programme focuses on the socialist power system, its organisation, leaders and its working methods. It also analyses the activities of alternative political opposition groups and particularly those activities that left a visible trace in the culture at large. The programme further focuses on the analysis of the relationship between the authorities and the Catholic Church.
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