Coping with War, Coping with Peace: Livelihood Adaptation in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1989-2004

Stites, Elizabeth
Lautze, Sue
Mazurana, Dyan
Anic, Alma

This study uses a livelihood framework to examine and analyze household livelihood strategies across three time periods in six rural villages in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The three time periods examined are the ending of the Cold War (1989), the height of the Conflict, Armed (War), and late 2004. The study focuses on the ways in which households adapted their livelihood strategies to respond to drastic ... read more

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