"Radno društvo" u jugoslavenskoj koncepciji upravljanja
"The Work in Society" in the Yugoslav Concept of Self-Management

Author(s): Mirjana Kasapović
Subject(s): Politics, Political Theory, Political Sciences
Published by: Fakultet političkih znanosti u Zagrebu
Keywords: "The Work in Society"; Yugoslavia; Self-Management;

Summary/Abstract: The Yugoslav ideological-theoretical concept of self-management does not provide any explicit definition of labour as the new constitutive principle of the community in the manner this is done in some other theories of the so-called council tradition ; nevertheless, its place in the system is indisputably of that character. There are three fundamental ideological-political conditions, as well as non- sequences, of the adoption of the concept »work constitution of the society»: (1) a reconstitution of the concept »the people», (2) a redefinition of the concept »the people», and (3) a redefinition of the concept »the working class». This procedure is found to be meaningful from a theoretical and ideological aspect as well as from the point of view of the political system. A critical scrutiny of the concept »the work society» requires the analysis of the internal consistency of the model and of the basic logical postulates of the concept »the work society» in general.

  • Issue Year: XXII/1985
  • Issue No: 04
  • Page Range: 57-68
  • Page Count: 12
  • Language: Croatian