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Slovensko javno mnenje 1999/1 : demokratizacija v vzhodno-evropskih državah (mednarodna raziskava) in nacionalna varnost
Toš, Niko (Author), Grizold, Anton (Author), Hafner-Fink, Mitja (Author), Uhan, Samo (Author), Kurdija, Slavko (Author), Švara, Sergio (Author)

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Abstract
Prvi del raziskave predstavlja ponovitev mednarodne raziskave o prehodu v demokracijo, ki je hkrati potekala v več vzhodnoevropskih državah. Glavne teme raziskave so razumevanje demokracije in ocenjevanje delovanja političnih inštitucij, gospodarske situacije, strankarskega življenja in volitev. Večina indikatorjev je prirejenih iz standardne literature raziskav zahodnih demokracij. Drugi del raziskave pa je ponovitev stalne raziskave odnosa javnosti do obrambne pripravljenosti in vojske. Posebni poudarek raziskave je tema vključevanja v NATO. Vprašalnik zaključuje obsežen blok standardnih demografskih vprašanj ankete SJM.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:politična aktivnost, razumevanje demokracije, zadovoljstvo z razvojem demokracije, politična orientacija, družbena aktivnost, odnos do tržne ekonomije, ocena spremembe ekonomskega položaja, prejšnji sistem, nacionalni ponos, stopnja zaupanja institucijam, nasprotja v družbi, volilne preference, ocena politične situacije, odnos do politike in politikov, dejavniki ogrožanja varnosti, vojaška ogroženost slovenije, lasten odziv v primeru oborožene agresije na slovenijo, izbira vojaškega poklica, delovanje slovenske vojske, služenje vojaškega roka, naloge vojske, sodelovanje v mednarodnih mirovnih operacijah, ženske v vojaškem poklicu, dejavniki ogrožanja miru v evropi, pričakovanje pomoči sloveniji, ukrepi za zagotavljanje vojaške varnosti, sprejem slovenije v nato, posledice sprejema slovenije v nato, obveznosti slovenije ob sprejemu v nato
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:2.20 - Complete Scientific Database or Corpus
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2000
Publisher:Fakulteta za družbene vede, Arhiv družboslovnih podatkov
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:316.653(497.4):321.7
COBISS.SI-ID:26917981 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:democratization in Eastern-European countries (international research) and national security
Abstract:
Study begins with replication of international Transition to democracy survey. Topics include understanding of democracy, evaluation of functioning of political institutions, economic situation, party system and elections. Most of the indicators are adapted from standard literature on western democracies. Second part consists of the permanent study about public attitudes toward defence preparnes and army. Special emphasis is on NATO integration. The questionnaire concludes with the large block of standard SJM demographic variables.

Keywords:political activity, understanding the concept of democracy, satisfaction with development of democracy, political orientation, social activity, attitudes toward market economy, changes in economic situation, past system, national pride, trust in institutions, social contrasts, voting preferences, evaluation of political situation, attitudes toward politics and politicians, factors of peace threatening, military threatening of slovenia, r's reaction in case of military aggression on slovenia, decision for military profession, evaluation of slovene army, military profession, tasks of the army, cooperation in international peace forces, women in military profession, factors of peace threatening in europe, expectations of help to slovenia in hypothetical cases, measures for insurance military security, admittance of slovenia in nato, consequences of the admittance of slovenia in nato, obligations of slovenia in case of admittance in nato

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