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It is also possible, according to Csepeli30for a 88-108 to be under the effect of two national categories if there is a dimensional difference between them.

After the regime change from todemocratic regimes based on market economy and political plurality started to develop in each country analysed.

This referendum was not validated because of the low participation. To attend a school in Hungarian language 0. Skip to main content.

There are significant differences according to age, with the exception of Slovakia. After World War II, there were also perceivable differences in the situations of Hungarian minorities.

The Social Psychology of Minorities.

Cultural Politics in Greater Romania. Ethnic Politics in Eastern Europe: Forum Institute SlovakiaT.

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A higher percentage of the Hungarians from Ukraine and Serbia indicated their respective historical regions as their homeland Transcarpathia A Guide to Nationality Policies, Downloaded by [ There is no correlation according to age, and the level of knowledge of the majority language: At the same time, among the Hungarians in Romania ethnocultural identification elements are the strongest: After the political regime change inthe Hungarian government has assumed a so-called national policy, which in essence states that the Hungarian state has to formulate a strategy for improving the situation of the Hungarians living outside the borders of Hungary.

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As the secondary data source, we carried out 10 focus group interviews with 8—9 persons in a total number of six locations from five counties with a significant Hungarian population from Romania, in February—March Those who do not have any problems to fit the identity aspects, speak the majority language better, on average by half a point on a scale from 1 to 6.

The minority identity and the idea of unity of the nation: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. This was an open question. This component structure reinforces our assumption that the national identity of the Hungarians from outside the borders of Hungary is mainly cultural, combined with ethnical identity elements, and Hungarian citizenship is not related to this.

Cultural nation and citizenship: Transylvania was, between andan independent principality, vassal to the Ottoman Turkish Empire. On the one hand, because the countries of this region do not have a coherent civic nation- state ideology that could form it, in Central and Eastern Europe rather national ideology has a particularly strong ethnic connotation see Arts and Halman There is no significant association between the answers of nationhood and the educational level, in any of the communities.

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Global Studies in Culture and Power Table 6. From the perspective of the distribution of social knowledge regarding the Hungarian nation, the majority state and the dynamics of the relationships between groups, this situation may be modulated from different points of view. At least one of the parents have to be Hungarian 0.

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,oi The goal of this essay is to examine the implementation of housing rights in France. Human Groups and Social Categories. The territorial ties were analysed with an open question: This may be empirically grasped both on the level of the perceptions of social distances and on stereotypes toward Hungarians from Hungary and toward majority populations Romanians, Slovaks, etc.

Analysing the socio-demographic profile of respondents, there was a weak significant association in Romania, and a stronger one in Serbia, between contra- dictory feelings in identity and the level of education: Data and methodology Data The main empirical source of the study is a survey named Karpat Panelapplied in all significant Hungarian communities.

We can notice a slight difference in time, a higher percentage consider that the Hungarian citizenship and the fact of being born in Hungary are a defining criteria to be Hungarian, when compared with data from year Veres Here, we focused primarily on the differentiation between the Hungarian minority groups and the Hungarians from Hungary and also the majority national groups Romanian, Ukrainian, Slovak and Serbiannamely, the extent to which a differentiation between in-group—out-group functioned.

What the People Feel and Think. In Serbia, the discriminating situations happened more often: