SURVIVAL AND PARALLELISM
Authors: Florent Rrahmani
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The constitutional changes of 1989 in Kosovo, in addition to physical, political and psychological pressure, exerted social pressure through job dismissals. Job dismissals became a “normal” process, becoming a common way of exercising social pressure. In all these impossibilities in front of which a whole society is placed, self-organization or
opposition through self-acting is expressed. In this course, the collapsed life on every sphere, and precisely this collapse burdened even more the daily life of these citizens, imposing reflection on these inabilities.While the repressive state was exclusive, degrading, and denigrating for a category of the society, precisely this category got self-integrated through resistance, which can not be called otherwise but self-organization.In this flow, many subsequent developments came to the fore, such as the comprehensive mobilization of the society, so that individual tasks became selfvoluntary collective duties and obligations. To this society, faced with such a situation, Solidarity was undoubtedly imposed in every area of life, having the course from similarities, and “solidarity that comes from similarities is at its maximum when the collective conscience completely wraps up all our conscience and complies with it on all points” (Durkheim, 2004).