The Belgrade Teachers’ Academy researched the “Presence of War in Young Children’s Everyday Activities” in 1991 and 1994 using the same questions. In 1991, the poll covered 427 children and 297 in 1994 (not including refugees). The Academy chose kids who spontaneously mentioned the war while talking to its students about games, fears, TV, dreams. […]

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