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Title:Prebivalstvo na goričkem v prvi polovici 20. stoletja v luči popisov prebivalstva
Authors:Slana, Miha (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Goričko, gričevnata pokrajina na severovzhodu Slovenije, je bila skozi zgodovino vedno mejno območje, kjer je prihajalo do stikov med slovanskim, germanskim in madžarskim svetom. Čeprav je bilo Goričko skupaj z ostalim Prekmurjem več kot tisoč let ločeno od ostalih Slovencev na desni strani Mure, je tukajšnjim prebivalcev uspelo ohraniti svoj etnični in jezikovni značaj navkljub pritisku madžarske oblasti. Prva polovica 20. stoletja je prinesla polno sprememb in pretresov, ki so vplivali na prebivalstvo in jim pustili trajen pečat. V tem kratkem obdobju so številni »Goričanci« umirali na bojiščih prve in druge svetovne vojne, kar je vplivalo na razvoj prebivalstva na Goričkem. Prelomni trenutek v zgodovini prebivalstva Goričkega je bil podpis mirovne pogodbe med Kraljevino Srbov, Hrvatov in Slovencev in Kraljevino Madžarsko, ki je prinesla ponovno združitev s Slovenci v Kraljevini SHS. Med drugo svetovno vojno je Goričko zopet pripadalo Madžarski, ki se je odločila izbrisati vse sledi, ki jih je pustila jugoslovanska država. Konec vojne je prinesel olajšanje in ponovno združitev z ostalimi Slovenci, s katerimi si še v današnjem času delimo skupno pot. V obdobju raziskave je bilo na območju Goričkega izvedenih pet uradnih popisov. Popisa leta 1900 in 1910 sta bila izvedena v ogrski polovici Avstro-Ogrske države. Prvi popis po prvi svetovni vojni se je izvršil leta 1921 v Kraljevini SHS. V letu 1931 je sledil popis Kraljevine Jugoslavije, kateremu bi moral leta 1941 slediti naslednji popis, vendar je izbruh druge svetovne vojne popis premaknil za sedem let. Zadnji popis v danem obdobju je bil izvršen leta 1948, ki ga je organizirala Socialistična federativna republika Jugoslavija. S primerjavo popisov si lahko ustvarimo sliko demografskih sprememb, ki so sledile vojaškim posegom, menjavam oblasti in političnim ter gospodarskim spremembam. Zaradi pomanjkljivosti in spreminjajočih se kriterijev od popisa do popisa je primerjava popisov med sabo zahtevnejša in ne podaja povsem realne slike tedanje demografije.
Keywords:Goričko, popisi prebivalstva, jezik, upravno–teritorialne spremembe, statistični podatki, geografija v šoli.
Year of publishing:2018
Publisher:[M. Slana]
Source:Maribor
UDC:94:314(497.4Goričko)(043.2)
COBISS_ID:24037384 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:ADCCMKZN
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Language:English
Title:Population of the goričko province during the first half of 20th century in the light of the population censuses
Abstract:Goričko, a hilly region in the northeastern part of Slovenia, has always been a frontier area throughout history, where contacts between the Slavic, Germanic and Hungarian worlds occurred. Although Goričko, together with the other Prekmurje, was separated from the rest of the Slovene people on the right side of the Mura for more than a thousand years, managed to preserve its ethical and linguistic character despite the pressure of the Hungarian authorities. The first half of the 20th century brought full changes and shocks that affected the population and gave them a permanent mark. In this short period, many of the Goričko residents died in the battlefields of the First and Second World Wars, which affected the development of the population in Goričko. The breakthrough moment in the history of the Goričko residents was the signing of a peace treaty between the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and the Kingdom of Hungary, which brought the reunification with Slovenes in the Kingdom of the SHS. During World War II, Goričko again belonged to Hungary, which decided to erase all traces left by the Yugoslav state. The end of the war brought relief and reunification with the other Slovenes with whom we still share a common path today. During the research period, five official censuses were carried out in the Goričko area. The censuses of 1900 and 1910 were carried out in the Hungarian half of the Austro-Hungarian state. The first census after the First World War was carried out in 1921 in the Kingdom of the SHS. In 1931, the census of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia was followed, to which the next census should follow in 1941, but the outbreak of the Second World War moved the census by seven years. The last census was carried out in 1948, organized by the Socialistic Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. By comparing the censuses, we can create a picture of demographic changes following military intervention, changing the authorities and political and economic changes. Because of the imperfections and changing criteria from the census to the census, comparison of the censuses is more complex and does not give a completely realistic picture of the then demographics.
Keywords:Goričko, population censuses, language, administrative-territorial changes, statistics, geography at school.


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