The East European Gypsies: Regime Change, Marginality, and Ethnopolitics / Edition 1 by Zoltan Barany | 9780521009102 | Paperback | Barnes & Noble
The East European Gypsies: Regime Change, Marginality, and Ethnopolitics / Edition 1

The East European Gypsies: Regime Change, Marginality, and Ethnopolitics / Edition 1

by Zoltan Barany
     
 

ISBN-10: 0521009103

ISBN-13: 9780521009102

Pub. Date: 09/28/2010

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

This book is the first attempt by a social scientist to explain the age-old predicament of Gypsies (or Roma), Eastern Europe's largest ethnic minority, and their relationship to the region's states and societies. Professor Barany comparatively examines the Gypsies' socioeconomic and political marginality and the policies toward them through seven centuries and in

Overview

This book is the first attempt by a social scientist to explain the age-old predicament of Gypsies (or Roma), Eastern Europe's largest ethnic minority, and their relationship to the region's states and societies. Professor Barany comparatively examines the Gypsies' socioeconomic and political marginality and the policies toward them through seven centuries and in seven East European states. He illuminates the reasons why the Roma have consistently occupied the bottom of social, economic, and political hierarchies regardless of historical period or geographic location.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521009102
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
09/28/2010
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
422
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments; Introduction; Part I. The Analytical Framework: 1. Regimes, states, and minorities; 2. Marginality and ethnic mobilization; Part II. Non-Democratic Systems and Gypsy Marginality: 3. The gypsies in imperial and authoritarian states; 4. The Roma under state-socialism; Part III. The Gypsies in Emerging Democracies: 5. The socioeconomic impact of regime change: gypsy marginality in the 1990s; 6. Romani mobilization; 7. The international dimension: migration and institutions; 8. State institutions and policies toward the gypsies; 9. Romani marginality revisited; Conclusion.

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