The diploma thesis deals with discrimination against immigrants and the rest of the descendants who came to Slovenia from the former common state of Yugoslavia. It also describes the emergence of the usage of »čefur« and the discourse surrounding its existence. It is constructed through four main frames, which were described in the central part of the thesis. Each context in Slovenia was to strike a balance of discourse in the Slovenian everyday life. The »čefur« discourse brought about all the migrations from the former republics of Yugoslavia, when migrants first faced the aforementioned problem. The work continues in the direction of Slovenia's aspiration for belonging to the »real« Europe, while at the same time moving away from the »barbaric« Balkans. The central part ended with nationalism, which suggested that discourse on Chefur could be observed in banal practices every day. The work is also complete with various paradoxes between the discourses thus mentioned throughout the text. The diploma thesis seeks or facilitates the existence of discourses on chefur in Slovene society, which do not use the current possibilities that can be convinced when deciding on chefur and exclusion.