Hungary and the Hungarian Minorities: Trends in the Past and in Our Times

Overview

Thirteen essays by noted authorities, including Ferenc Glatz, Laszlo Szarka, Pal Peter Toth, and Judit Toth, cover such topics as the history of minority policies in Hungary, immigration and xenophobia from the middle to the end of the twentieth century, and the concept of the nation at the beginning of the twenty-first century.

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Overview

Thirteen essays by noted authorities, including Ferenc Glatz, Laszlo Szarka, Pal Peter Toth, and Judit Toth, cover such topics as the history of minority policies in Hungary, immigration and xenophobia from the middle to the end of the twentieth century, and the concept of the nation at the beginning of the twenty-first century.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780880335560
  • Publisher: East European Monographs
  • Publication date: 3/30/2005
  • Series: East European Monographs , #122
  • Pages: 320

Meet the Author

László Szarka is the director of the Institute for Ethnic and Minority Studies in Budapest.

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Table of Contents

Preface to the Series and AcknowledgementsHistorical-Sociological BackgroundNew Paths and Goals for Minority Policies, by Ferenc GlatzArticificial Communities and an Unprotected Protective Power: The Trianon Peace Treaty and the Minorities, by László SzarkaChanging Ethnic Patterns in the Carpatho-Pannonian Region (1989-2002), by Károly KocsisHistorical Patterns of Public Thinking about the Hungarian Diaspora, by Pál TamásThe Changing Image of HungaryMinority Governance in Central and Eastern Europe (With Special View on the Autonomy Drafts of the Hungarian Minorities), by Kinga GálHungarians in the Voivodina: Communication with Hungary and Public Opinion about the Mother Country, by Károly MirnicsThe Changing Image of Hungary among the Hungarians of Sub-Carpathia, 1944-1991, by Kálmán SoósMaintaining Relations and the Problem of ImmigrationMinorities, Communications and Integration into the Western World, by Herbert KüpperSummits and Everyday Life, by A. Zoltán BíróWhy Just Hungary?, by Pál Péter TóthXenophobia in Hungary in 1998, by Endre SikAspects of Analyzing the Minority ProblemAspects of Analyzing the Minority Problem, by Judit TóthThe Concept of the Nation in the Late Twentieth Century: Aspects of an Analysis, by László SzarkaBibliographyContributorsBiographies of Key PersonalitiesName IndexPlace IndexVolumes Published in "Atlantic Studies on Society in Change"

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