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Veres agree with the following sentences? Hungarian ethnocultural communities fulfil all these characteristics, as it can be seen in historical overview. There is no correlation according to age, and the level of knowledge of the majority language: 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.
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The percentage of those who consider themselves simply Hungarians without any attribute is There is a similar tendency in every region, but in different propor- tions. The novelty from our research that contributes to the study of minorities identity, based on the comparative analyses of Hungarian minorities from several countries, 888-108 the fact that strengthening the identification with the national civic community of the host countries as well as the integration in the national structure of a host state can be fulfilled without, i.
Second, we also aim to understand how citizenship and the relationship toward the state of residence is framed and reflected in the ethno- national identity of Hungarian minorities, and ooi are interested if this is affecting majority—minority relations and patterns. We also tested this identity profile with the direct question: Belong to a Hungarian language religion 0.
We used bivariate analysis from a comparative perspective throughout our entire analysis in order to reveal the structure of the ethno-national identity of the four Hungarian minority communities and their association with other socio- demographic variables, using chi-square and t-tests.
The central notion of the study is the ethno-national identity, representing a stock of knowledge composed by affective and cognitive elements about the ethnocultural type of the nation, as the result of the social functioning of national ideology, assumed and formed collectively. Forum Institute SlovakiaT.
There is no significant association between the answers of nationhood and the educational level, in any of the communities. The accuracy of the Content should not be relied upon and should be independently verified with primary sources of information.
Global Studies in Culture and Power 95 years older on average than their counterparts with a regional attribute. At the same time, the problem of the Hungarian minority had again become the tensile test of majority—minority relations. The International Telecommunication Union defines frequency allocation as being of “a given frequency band for the purpose of its use by one or more terrestrial or space radiocommunication loo or the radio astronomy service under specified conditions”. Culture, Identity and Politics.
We tested how they fit integrate the Hungarian lok identity and the minority situation due to citizenship. We tested if the respondents are agreed to the questions whether they consider that their Hungarian minority community is part of the pan-Hungarian nation. Frequency allocation is also a special term, used in national frequency administration.
The answers are relatively similar throughout the countries. Consequently, the idea of unity on pan-national identity can maintain and coexist with strong regional ethno-national identifications and also with a certain civic Downloaded by [ Using the focus group results, we clarified the way of belonging of Transylvanian Hungarians from Romania to the Romanian nation.
This page was last edited on 2 Novemberat Categorisation is also an essential part of group formation that may not be separated from the real characteristics of those categorised Tajfel and Wilkes—, Tajfel By means of social distance scale, we measured attitudes towards different social groups 1 lli mean total acceptance and 5 — total rejection.
We found a weak significant correlation with the traits attributed to the Hungarians from Hungary or to the majority with certain socio-demographic variables. Global Studies in Culture and Power, Vol. English Abstract The goal of this essay is to examine the implementation of housing rights in France. There is a weak correlation between educational level and 88-180 towards different social groups.
Ethnocultural nation formation is mainly characteristic of Central and Eastern Europe.