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. ’Translation Culture’ in Interpreted Asylum Hearings. In: Pym, A., Shlesinger, M. & Jettmarova, Z. (eds) Sociocultural Aspects of Translating and Interpreting . Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 151

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of Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the UK Press . Discourse and Society 19 . No. 3 . 273 – 306 doi: 10.1177/0957926508088962 Baker , M. 1995

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Asylum. [Semmelweis kórtörténete az Alsó-ausztriai Elmegyógyintézetben.] Orv Hetil. 1977; 118: 859–862. [Hungarian] 21 Silló-Seidl Gy. The death of Semmelweis. Medical history

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Asylum Seekers in Israel. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Vol. 47. No. 1. pp. 72–96. 41 Velasco González, K.,Verkuyten, M., Weesie, J. & Poppe, E. (2008) Prejudice

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. Képek, elképzelések a Káli-medencében [Tourism as an Asylum. Images, Concepts in the Káli-Basin] . In Fejős , Zoltán – Szijártó , Zsolt (ed) Turizmus és kommunikáció [Tourism and Communication] , 7 – 22 . Budapest — Pécs : Néprajzi Múzeum

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Translation and Interpreting” 2003 Pöllabauer, S. 2006 “Translation culture” in interpreted asylum hearings. In: Pym, A

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Kórász K. Asylum-seekers’ mental and physical health problems: practices and recommendations. [A menedékkérők mentális és fizikai egészségproblémái: gyakorlatok és ajánlások.] Orv Hetil. 2016; 157: 23

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] . Budapest : A Gyógypedagógia Fejlesztésért Alapítvány ; 2017 . 6. Goffman , E : Asylums: Essays on the Social Situation of Mental Patients and Other Inmates . New

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differently. They understand that it makes a difference how long the migrant family has been in Germany, what culture they come from, the religion they belong to, their status in Germany, their right of residence (temporary, or permanent or a rejected asylum

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Authors: Prespa Ymeri, Arben Musliu, Jehona Shkodra, Iliriana Miftari, and Csaba Fogarassy

‐Iványi , B. ( 2019 ): Refugees, not Economic Migrants – Why do Asylum-Seekers Register in Hungary? International Migration 57 ( 5 ): 323 – 340 . 10.1111/imig.12528 Trading Economics . ( 2020a ): Kosovo GDP Annual Growth Rate . https

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