HRVATSKA PERIODIKA U VRIJEME MONARHISTIČKE JUGOSLAVIJE
Author(s): Božo Goluža
CROATIAN PERIODICALS IN THE TIME OF MONARCHIC YUGOSLAVIA
Published by: Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Mostaru
Keywords: newspapers; press; political; informative; Croatian; Catholic; religious.
Summary/Abstract: In the article, short review of social circumstances in monarchic Yugoslavia (1918-1941) was presented with special overview to the situation in media space of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is easy to conclude that freedom guaranteed by the Constitution was not applied in reality. Every non-democratic society first attacks the media, so the same situation was in that country. Newspapers, which were not in fond of the regime, were supervised by the censors, and they were often closed. This article mostly pays attention to the review of the Croatian and Catholic press in the first Yugoslavia. Going quickly through it you can notice a huge number of those organs (69). All careful readers will not miss the fact that many of those papers were very shortly active. Except the state pressure, the main reasons of their short duration were financial and staff problems.
- Issue Year: 2007
- Issue No: 2
- Page Range: 114-139
- Page Count: 26
- Language: Croatian