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Poklicna struktura in socialne razmere izbranih ljubljanskih ulic in trgov na podlagi popisov prebivalstva Avstro-Ogrske in Kraljevine Jugoslavije: Krakovska ulica, Šentjakobski trg in Mestni trg, 1890-1931 : magistrsko delo
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19. stoletje je bilo obdobje, ko je za sodobno državo na pomenu začela pridobivati uradna statistika, eno od njenih ključnih orodij pa je bil popis prebivalstva. V drugi polovici 19. stoletja so sistematične moderne popise vseh oseb v državi začele izvajati tudi avstrijske oblasti, po 1. svetovni vojni pa so se nadaljevali v okviru nove jugoslovanske države. Popisi prebivalstva, ki so se izvajali na začetku vsakega desetletja, so za seboj pustili velike količine prvotnega popisnega gradiva. Ljubljana je eden od srečnih primerov, kjer se je arhivski fond tega gradiva v odličnem stanju ohranil vse do današnjih dni. Obstoj prvotnega popisnega gradiva ima veliko zgodovinsko vrednost, saj nam omogoča vpogled v sleherno hišo, stanovanje in gospodinjstvo v mestu ter nam razkrije podrobnosti, ki bi se pri statistični obdelavi podatkov sicer povsem izgubile. V delu sem se na podlagi tega gradiva lotil analize treh različnih lokacij v Ljubljani – Krakovske ulice v tedanjem krakovskem predmestju in Šentjakobskega (danes Levstikovega) ter Mestnega trga v starem mestu. Raziskava temelji na treh avstrijskih popisih prebivalstva (1890, 1900 in 1910) ter dveh popisih iz jugoslovanske dobe (1921 in 1931). V glavnini dela sem prebivalstvo izbranih lokacij analiziral glede na poklicno strukturo, razmerja znotraj gospodinjstev in kraj rojstva.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:popis prebivalstva, Avstro-Ogrska, Jugoslavija, poklicna struktura, stanovanjska razmerja, imigracija
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Publisher:[A. J. Zakrajšek]
Year:2021
Number of pages:[8] f., 171 str.
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-128781 This link opens in a new window
UDC:94(497.4Ljubljana)\"1890/19312
COBISS.SI-ID:75616003 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:29.07.2021
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Language:English
Title:Occupational structure and social conditions of selected streets and squares in Ljubljana based on the censuses of Austria-Hungary and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia: Krakovo Street, St James’s Square and Town Square, 1890-1931 : magistrsko delo
Abstract:
The 19th century was a period when official statistics grew in importance for the modern state, one of the chief instruments being the population census. From mid-19th century onward, systematic modern censuses of every person in the country were also conducted by the Austrian authorities, and the practice continued in the new Yugoslav state after the First World War. Population censuses conducted at the beginning of each decade left behind large quantities of original census materials. Ljubljana is one of the fortunate cases, where the archival fond of census materials has survived in excellent condition to this day. The existence of original census materials is of huge historical importance, as it allows us to peruse every house, apartment and household in the city, and reveals to us particularities, that would otherwise have been lost entirely during the statistical processing of the data. In this dissertation, I analyzed three separate locations in Ljubljana on the basis of the census materials – Krakovska ulica (Krakovo Street) in the former Krakovo suburb as well as Šentjakobski trg (St James's Square, nowadays Levstik Square) and Mestni trg (Town Square) in the old city. The research is based on three Austrian censuses (1890, 1900 and 1910) and two censuses from the Yugoslav era (1921 and 1931). In the main part of the dissertation, I analyzed the populace of the selected locations based on the occupational structure, relationships within households and place of birth.

Keywords:population census, Austria-Hungary, Yugoslavia, occupational structure, household relationships, immigration

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