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From Saint Sava to Milosevic – The Pantheon of (Anti)heroes in Serbian Presidential Election (2017)

phenomenon of epiphany and reincarnation of ancestors, can function as a political motivator. In this sphere, they look also for the evidence that ethnically oriented narratives related to politics and war, to everything that is based on the brotherhood of the living and the dead members of the tribe, are rooted somewhere in the depths of the so-called soul of the nation, Čolović 2001 , 26. A significant part of this group is connected to the Kosovo myth, based both on the history of the Serbian nation and on the culturally transformed folk memory of the medieval Battle

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The Operational Code Analysis of the Serbian Orthodox Church’s Official Political Discourse on Kosovo (2008-2019)

). Serbia’s Kosovo Drama. Čigoja. Belgrade . - 5. Bieber, F. (2002). Nationalist mobilization and stories of Serb suffering: The Kosovo myth from 600th anniversary to the present. Rethinking history, 6 (1), 95-110. - 6. Church, S. O. (2015). Regarding aspirations of the temporary institutions of Kosovo and Metohija that the self-proclaimed „State of Kosovo“ becomes a member of UNESCO. Serbian Orthodox Church website . - 7. Church, S. O. (2018a). Appeal from Kosovo and Metohija by bishop Teodosije. Serbian Orthodox Church website . http

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Headlines as Fake News: Discursive Deception in Serbia’s Daily Informer (2012–2018)

SERBIAN IDENTITY: Anti-westernism, russophilia, traditionalism (Belgrade: Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Belgrade), 139–56. Bieber, Florian (2002), ‘Nationalist mobilization and stories of Serb suffering: The Kosovo myth from 600th anniversary to the present’, Rethinking history, 6 (1), 95–110. Bjelotomić, Snežana (2017), ‘Gordy: In five years, I see Serbia as a small country dependent on foreign investors’, Serbian Monitor . < http://serbianmonitor.com/en/opinions/31468/gordy

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