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The Social Stratification of the Balkan Town: An Introduction

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The major articles in this issue derive from a colloquium on The Social Stratification of the Balkan Town held at Boston University, May, 1978. Since very little work has been done on this topic it was necessary for the authors to present material which has not been previously assembled and systematized. Of course, a few papers cannot adequately cover a theme so broad and for an area as diversified as the Balkans. Yet, it seems appropriate to ask what these studies in combination tell us about stratification in the urban areas of Southeastern Europe. Have they advanced our knowledge? Do they point to any useful conclusions? At the risk of taking some statements out of context or even of over-generalization I shall set forth what seem to me to be some useful findings, particularly about various social strata.*

Affiliations: 1: (Boston University, Boston, U.S.A.


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