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Sustainable bilingualism and language shift

Longitudinal research in Romanian-Hungarian bilingual Kétegyháza (Hungary)

Acta Linguistica Hungarica
Author: Anna Borbély

szociolinvisztikai vizsgálata [Sociolinguistic research on language shift in Hungary’s Romanian national minority] . Doctoral dissertation. ungarian Academy of Sciences , Budapest . Borbély , Anna

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a:86–87), and on the other, by the processes of minority and ethnic policies at different levels. After the regime change, changes affecting minority rights included the incorporation of the right of national and ethnic minorities to self- governance

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, as well as the Rába Valley, have long been considered remote, forgotten regions, in addition to the fact that the larger area is home to the Hungarian minority in Slovenia, 5 and the Slovenian minority in Hungary. On the other hand, we focus our

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the Turkic languages’] . İstanbul : Evkaf Matbaası . Kizilov , Mikhail 2009 . The Karaites of Galicia: An Ethnoreligious Minority Among the Ashkenazim, the Turks, and the Slavs, 1772-1945 . Leiden : Brill . KRPS = Baskakov N. A. [Баскаков Н

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rules governing these associations were laid down in the regulation No. 1508/1875 of the Ministry of Interior, which reflected the overall socio-political inequality of the system by discriminating against minority and workers’ organizations. For example

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approach is in the minority but it has several prominent current proponents (see, for example, Vaux 2008 ). The majority of present-day representatives of autonomous, formal phonology come from either a RepBP or a CBP background. The fundamental hallmark

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Social Change, Dress and Identity

Observations on the Disintegration of Peasant Culture as Exemplified by Rural Women’s Clothing in Hungary from the First World War to the End of the Kádár Era Socialism

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Author: Ágnes Fülemile

minority groups quite often, especially in Transylvania. During the restrictive period of the Ceausescu era, when border traffic was strictly controlled, I attended weddings, dance parties, community and church events in many villages where traditional

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form minority communities in Hungary, whereas in the southeastern part of the border area there are Hungarian village communities in Slovenia. As a consequence, it would be both difficult and pointless to undertake independent research work in the

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. Increased financial support for the national minority across the border, manifest in a growing number of festivals, folk art camps and media coverage show that Hungarian as well as Romanian cultural policy not only supports folk art as a community- building

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sentenced to prison as a war criminal in 1945. 54 Nádor did not survive World War II: he was called up for labor service (which set as its objective the elimination from the military services of all “unreliable elements” such as ethnic minorities, leftists

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