This dissertation offers a socio-historical analysis of media and democratization in post-Milosevic Serbia. The transformation of Serbian media structures and practices is framed around competing notions of democracy and a clash between two opposing conceptions of national integration: the universalism of an egalitarian legal republic and the particularism of a community united by historical destiny, common language and culture.
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