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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Frit Sajmon;
    Publisher: Muzikologija
    Country: Serbia

    This paper considers schematically the various discourses through which popular music history is understood. My proposal is that five accounts of musical history (the business model, the musicological model, the sociological model, the historical model and the art history model) are commonly deployed in popular music discourse. One implies, superficially at least, that popular music evolves, gets better; four implies that, at least in the longer term, it does not. The concept of cprogressc is shown to be problematic.

  • Open Access Serbian
    Authors: 
    Fundić Leonela;
    Publisher: Zograf
    Country: Serbia

    The paper deals with the wall paintings in the Church of St. Nicholas tes Rhodias near Arta. Many scenes and individual figures are identified for the first time, and the majority of inscriptions on the frescoes are deciphered. A significant part of the text consists of a detailed analysis of the iconographic program, with particular emphasis on the iconography and style of certain depictions, which are seldom encountered in Byzantine wall painting, or possess specific features. The findings suggest that the decoration should be dated in the second half of the thirteenth century.

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    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Polovina Marko; Marković Slobodan;
    Publisher: Psihologija
    Country: Serbia

    This study investigated the strructure of aesthetic experience and the relationship of this structure and other dimensions of the subjective judgements of paintings. Aesthetic experinece was defined by nine descriptors selected from relevant literature: fascinating, irresistible, unique, eternal, profound, exceptional, universal, unspeakable, I would like to have this painting. 24 paintings were judged of on nine unipolar seven-step scales that were made of the up-mentioned descriptors. The factor analysis extracted one principal component. Multiple regression has shown weak correlation between aesthetic expirience (averaged nine judgements) and the factors of the subjective judgements of paintings (the factors were measured by the instrument SDS 16; Radonjic and Markovic, 2005). Factor Arousal was a significant predictor of aesthetic experience, but the percent of explained variance was relatively low (circa 23%). The prediction of other factors, Regularity, Atraction and Serenity, was not significant. For the purpose of this analysis we used the data from the previous study (Radonjic and Markovic, 2005). Further regression analyses indicated the role of aesthetic experience in the similarity judgments of paintings: the distributions of the paintings within 2-D and 3-D MDS space were partially explained by the measure of aesthetic experience. The MDS data were taken from the previous study (Radonjic i Markovic, 2004). The results of this study suggest that the aesthetic experience is a unique and relatively independent phenomenon: internally, it is not dividable into components, and externally, it is weakly correlated with the other subjective dimensions.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Marković Slobodanka; Perić Marija; Mijatov Maja; Doljak Dejan; Žolna Matúš;
    Publisher: Journal of the Geographical Institute "Jovan Cvijic", SASA
    Country: Serbia

    Tourism development planning requires consideration of indicators regarding the intensity of tourist activity within destination and measure that should not be exceeded in further improvement of this activity, in order to prevent disturbing the needs of local community and sustainability of local environment. The village Zlakusa is located within the territory of the City of Užice and it represents an important tourism destination of South-western Serbia. Rural tourism of Zlakusa is characterized by its authenticity and recognition, regarding the pottery and ethnopark called “Terzića avlija”. Accordingly, tourist function indicators were used in this research: tourist accommodation density, Defert Baretje’s index, Charvat’s index and Schneider’s index, with the aim of emphasizing the importance of rural potentials of Zlakusa for tourism development within this village, but also within the whole territory of the City of Užice. Research results showed that tourism is important industry within Zlakusa, with necessity of its further affirmation on tourist market and its adaptation to contemporary needs of modern tourists. Also, research results showed that Zlakusa participates in total tourist arrivals with 18%, as well as in total tourist overnights with 13% and it comprises 1.9% of accommodation capacities of the overall tourism development within the City of Užice for observed period (2008-2016). Therefore, results of this study actually show that Zlakusa is highly oriented towards tourism industry, which is the main reason of necessity for further improvement of conditions for its development, especially in the case of rural tourism, without threatening the local community and local environment. [Project of the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Grant no. 176020 OI]

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Mitrović Slobodan M.; Komazec Zoran S.; Jović Rajko M.;
    Publisher: Medicinski pregled
    Country: Serbia

    Otorhinolaryngology Clinic, which is an integral part of Vojvodina Clinical Centre, is the first teaching base of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology from 1964. It was founded only four years after the establishment of the Faculty of Medicine in Novi Sad, pursuant to the faculty’s decision. From the beginning and until now ninety professors and assistants were their consistent part. The Department of Otorhinolaryngology joined the organization of the teaching process at the Faculty of Medicine, according to the Bologna Declaration’s guidelines from 2005. Since this year 2017, the teachers of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology will conduct theoretical and practical teaching in ten teaching subjects in the Serbian language as a part of the first degree studies. For the purpose of taking specialist exams from 2016, the Department of Otorhinolaryngology has two specialist commissions, and from the previous period a commission for the examination of narrow specializations in audiology and phoniatry. The Department od Otorhinolaryngology celebrated 50th anniversary since its establishment in 2014 year. The Department of Otorhinolaryngology has been and now is a nursery for the best personnel in the field of Otorhinolaryngology in Serbia and in Vojvodina. Through the decades of its existence success can be seen through numerous student awards and recognitions which are the best proof for continuous work on acquiring new and expanding existing knowledge.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Drača Sanja;
    Publisher: Srpski arhiv za celokupno lekarstvo
    Country: Serbia

    Dr. Lazar K. Lazarević (1851-1890, Julian calendar / 1891, Gregorian calendar) was an exceptional Serbian physician, scientist, writer and translator. During his short life and his close to 11-year-long professional career (1879-1890), Dr. Lazarević authored 78 scientific papers and presentations in various branches of medicine. His greatest contribution to the field of neurology and to medical science in general is his description of the straight leg raising test. The article titled “Ischiac postica Cotunnii - One contribution to its differential diagnosis” was published in the Serbian language (in Cyrillic alphabet) in the Serbian Archives of Medicine in 1880. The article was translated to German and republished in Vienna in 1884 in Allgemeine Wiener medizinische Zeitung. The straight leg raising test is usually called Lasègue’s test/sign, after the French clinician Charles Lasègue, although he never described it. However, there are numerous authors who admit that Lasègue never published the description of the straight leg raising test, and instead give full credits for its discovery to Dr. Lazarević. Our objective in this article is to highlight the major literature written by foreign scientists who give credit to Dr. Lazarević for his contribution to medical science.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Stupar Miloš Č.; Ljaljević-Grbić Milica V.; Vukojević Jelena B.; Jelikić Aleksa A.;
    Publisher: Zbornik Matice srpske za prirodne nauke
    Country: Serbia

    Microfungi can colonize stone surfaces and form sub-aerial biofilms which can lead to biodeterioration of historic monuments. In this investigation samples for mycological analyses were collected from stone material with visible alteration on stone walls of Gradac monastery exterior. The prevailing fungi found on stone walls were dematiaceous hyphomycetes with melanized hyphae and reproductive structures (Alternaria, Aureobasidium, Cladosporium and Epicoccum species). The frescoes inside the monastery building were also analyzed for the presence of mycobiota. The predominant fungi found on frescoes were osmophilic species from genera Aspergillus and Penicillium. The significant result is identification of human pathogen species Aspergillus fumigatus on frescoes.

  • Open Access Serbian
    Publisher: Београд : Српска академија наука и уметности
    Country: Serbia

    Речник појмова ликовних уметности и архитектуре. Том 1, А–Ђ. – Београд : Српска академија наука и уметности : Завод за уџбенике, 2014. Говорили: академик Милан Лојаница, др Љиљана Стошић, Драгољуб Којчић. У Београду, уторак 3. фебруар 2015. у 13 часова.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Stojković Sanja; Đurđić Snežana; Anđelković Goran;
    Publisher: Glasnik Srpskog geografskog drustva
    Country: Serbia

    Ecotourism can be defined as responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and cultural heritage and improves the well-being of local people. Sustainable planning and management of ecotourism development are important and necessary for increasing positive and decreasing negative effects on the complex environment. This paper analyses the suitability of selected protected natural areas in the Serbian Danube region for the purposes of ecotourism development. The multi-criteria analysis includes several natural and socio-economic factors and criteria which influence ecotourism development. The integration of Geographic Information System (GIS) and Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) greatly facilitates the decision-making process in the ecotourism destination planning. A suitability map of the analysed protected natural areas for ecotourism development as one of the sustainable tourism types is highlighted as a result of this paper. Such analysis assists in the objective promotion of ecotourism destinations and thus contributes to the improvement of Serbian tourism development. [Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. 176008]

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Popov Petar; Jocić Dario; Babić Srđan; Tanasković Slobodan; Jovanović Predrag; Nenezić Dragoslav; Ilijevski Nenad; Radak Đorđe;
    Publisher: Srpski arhiv za celokupno lekarstvo
    Country: Serbia

    Since antiquity, there has been a mystery about the cerebral circulation function. Scientific methods were introduced in research at the end of the nineteenth century. During the first half of the last century, the problem of occlusive carotid disease was defined and the basis for the surgical treatment of carotid disease was established. The first contemporary reconstructive surgical procedures were performed in the middle of the last century, the time when successful surgical treatment of carotid disease began. Today, carotid endarterectomy is one the most frequently performed vascular surgical procedures of all, followed by very low morbidity and mortality rates.