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The answers demonstrate that the respondents perceive a tangible difference between these three groups. Global Studies in Culture 88-10 Power 95 years older on average than their counterparts with a regional attribute. The percentage of those who consider themselves simply Hungarians without any attribute is The order is exactly inverted for negative traits.
The respondents were asked to indicate 88-108 most and second important communities they felt they belonged to. Views Read Edit View history.
When selecting participants, we took into consideration regional distribution, gender, locality type and educational level. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
The formation of Hungarian national minorities: The primary in-group is the self-minority community in every country. 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.
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The conditions that strengthen it are domestic democratic consolidation, the building of local civic institu- tions, the positive influence of international institutions and when the core ethnic group is self-confident within its own bounded territory.
This article needs additional citations for verification. We have carried out a principal component analysis with the criteria of Downloaded by [ Moreover, a significant percentage of them use regional names without an ethnonym to denominate themselves: The majorities of Hungarians living in minority do not perceive a dissonance, and usually does not pose any emotional problems.
Global Studies in Culture and Power 89 Nation, minority and identity: The tendency is different for the Hungarians from Hungary: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Vol. Between andTransylvania was an integral part of Hungary, without any separate status.
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The essay concludes with a reflection on the social consequences of the implementation of the right to housing, and on what failures in its implementation reveal regarding the state of social protections offered by the post-welfare society.
Based on empirical analysis1 and on the theoretical background, we try to answer the following research question: 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: There is significant association with attitudes towards the majority everywhere: April Learn how and when to remove this template message.
The answers are relatively similar throughout the countries.
National identity criteria belonging to Hungarian nation, principal component analysis values by countries PC. The minority policy of these countries became more tolerant, several linguistic and cultural rights were incorporated in new con- stitutions adopted at the beginning of the s.
It is a representative 88–108 with a multi-stratified random sample, with cases, selected from Hungarian communities as follows: Global Studies in Culture and Power Publication details, including instructions for authors and subscription information: There are no significant differences between the countries.
Global Studies in Culture and Power, To consider themselves as 888-108 0. In Romania, about By the second half of the communist period, an assimilation policy was enacted in Romania and Czechoslovakia Bugajszki; see also Gallagher lpi 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.
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Using the focus group results, we clarified the way of belonging of Transylvanian Hungarians from Romania to the Romanian nation. While French law may impose obligations to shelter people in distress, the amount of housing and shelter space is not sufficient to meet the needs in this area. The accuracy of the Content should not be relied upon and should be independently verified with primary sources of information.
Consequently, the idea of unity on pan-national identity can maintain and coexist with strong regional ethno-national oli and also with a certain civic Downloaded by [ Also the regional Hungarian identification can be pointed out by the perception of social distances towards Hungarians from Hungary which are significantly 88-018 than towards their own minority community, or even towards other Hungarian minority communities from other countries.
This article may be used for research, teaching, and private study purposes. Seckler in Romania Grappling with National Identity.
Then, untilit was a separate province of the Habsburg Monarchy. According to highest educational level, there were significant differences in every region, except Serbia, with respect to experiencing ethnic discrimination. The above statements can be highlighted by the fact that significant differ- ences may be observed 88-08 the identity of each Hungarian minority community towards the majority nation, which may also be interpreted in the sense that they have become integrated into the majority nation at different levels from the point of view of a citizenship community, and the Hungarian community that identifies most with host country shows at the 88–108 time the clearest elements of a strong Hungarian ethnocultural identification.
The implementation of this right is also lpi due to the lack of available housing, especially at Ile-de-France, and to competition between people with priority entitlements. After the regime change from todemocratic regimes based on market economy and political plurality started to develop in each country analysed.