Blood-Feud – Internally Displacing Because of Life Security Threat

Edlira Baka Peco


Trying to keep away a social problem, by migrating physically from it. This seems to be the ‘deal’ that many Albanian families have opted for, as an opportunity in the last two decades. The general trend of migrating from North to the Central part of the country aiming to escape a threat has been the common action in escaping a conflict. Bloodfeud pheonomenon as a pattern that migrates along with the displaced families; its effects and consequences in the todays’ transitional Albania. The transformaiton of a social problem from a sub cultural norm to an obstacle to start a different and safe life in dignity into a new settlement - the suburbs of urban areas.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n4p509

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