HYBRID POSTMODERNIZATION OF SOCIAL WORK
This paper discusses the intensity, form, and degree of awareness of the postmodernization of social work. In that sense, the postmodernization of social work means its discursive and metanarrative placement in the context of globally postmodernized societies, . . .
CHANGES TO THE LEGAL ELECTORAL THRESHOLD AND ITS EFFECTS ON REPRESENTATION OF NATIONAL MINORITY PARTIES - LOCAL ELECTIONS IN SERBIA IN 2020
The legal electoral threshold of 5% of valid votes has functioned in the Serbian electoral system for virtually two decades. Since 2004, it has not been applied to the electoral lists of national minority parties. In one cycle of local elections, in 2004, . . .
BLACK MIRROR, ENHANCEMENT AND THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF FORGETTING
Modern cognitive and experimental science is increasingly working to explore the meaning and importance of forgetting. Forgetting happens to be one of the most important mental functions on an individual level, but also on social and national ones, since it . . .
THE CRISIS OF MODERN CIVILIZATION - THE PERSPECTIVES OF NIETZSCHE AND SCHELER
Friedrich Nietzsche and Max Scheler perceive the spirit of their time and its deep social and spiritual crisis of Western civilization, emphasizing that the loss of common values and landmarks in social life led to ressentiment alienation, meaninglessness, . . .
ON JURISDICTION FOR ADOPTION OF MEASURES DURING THE STATE OF EMERGENCY – ON THE OCCASION OF THE DECISION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SERBIA
In March 2021, a state of emergency was declared in the Republic of Serbia due to the appearance of the corona virus. Since the National Assembly could not convene, the Government of the Republic of Serbia, with the President of the Republic as a co-signature, . . .
HISTORICAL - LEGAL DEVELOPMENT OF CRIMINAL OFFENSES AGAINST LIFE AND BODY IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA UNTIL THE ABOLITION OF THE DEATH PENALTY
Considering the historical development of criminal-legal protection of the most important human values, we investigated which acts against life and body have been incriminated in Serbia throughout history. The historical path from the earliest period, when . . .