By Sandra Banjac and Kseniya Oksamytna Efforts by the EU, the media and the public to construct a multinational European public sphere in recent years have been interesting to observe on many levels. It is even more fascinating to evaluate current attempts by comparing them to previous developments in another, now collapsed, multinational public sphere: Yugoslavia. Such a comparison will be a valuable contribution to understanding the practicalities involved in the creation of a public sphere.
This article by Sandra Banjac and Kseniya Oksamytna was originally published in Amsterdam Social Science Volume 1 Issue 3 (2009). Click here for the complete article.
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