Paper of Prof. Dr Dragica Vujadinović, Prof. Dr Vojislav Stanimirović Rodni odnosi u Srbiji u doba tranzicije : između emancipacije i retradicionalizacije, u: Bojan Vranić, Goran Dajović (ur.), “Demokratska tranzicija Srbije: (re)kapitulacija prvih 25 godina”, Pravni fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu, Beograd, 2016, str. 189-215.

Serbia in the transition period in a specific way manifests the contradictions of the modern position of women and the dialectic of patriarchy and emancipation in gender relations.

Elements of retraditionalization, repatriarchalization and clericalization exist in culture, education, the activities of the Serbian Orthodox Church, in the education system, in the activities of some parties and parts of the non-governmental sector with extreme right and right value orientations.

Elements of emancipation exist in family relations and everyday life, in upbringing and value systems and cultural matrices of the anti-patriarchal type, in the legal system, political and educational system and certain political institutions, as well as in state strategies of gender equality, education, fight against poverty.