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Brunner, G. (1996): Nationality Problem and Minority Conflicts in Eastern Europe . Gütersloh. Cadzow, J. F. — Ludanyi, A. — Elteto, L. J. (eds) (1983): Transylvania. The Roots of Ethnic Conflict . Kent State University

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the Transition’ ( 1993 ) 2 East European Constitutional Review 44 – 48 . McGann , Anthony , The Logic of Democracy. Reconciling Equality, Deliberation and Minority

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“There is no nation without history, there is no family without a family tree”

On Sibe ethnic nationalist aspirations through the example of a “family tree unification” story

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Author: Ildikó Gyöngyvér Sárközi

Minzu Chubanshe 辽宁民族出版社 . L iu , Hui - C hen , Wang 1959 The Traditional Chinese Clan Rules . Locust Valley, New York , J. J. Augustin Incorporated Publisher . M a Yin 1994 China’s Minority Nationalities . Beijing , Foreign

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. Allport , G. , 1954 . The Nature of Prejudice . Cambridge, MA : Addison-Wesley . Blalock , H. , 1967 . Toward a Theory of Minority-group Relations . New York

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minority, while policy B considered it as a baunch of socially disadvantaged and marginalized group ( Forray & Kozma, 2012 ). We continue in this study what we raised earlier. We assume that both policies are present in our region, Central and Eastern

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). Moll , Douglas , ‘Minority Oppression & the Limited Liability Company: Learning (or Not) from Close Corporation History’ ( 2005 ) 40 Wake Forest Law Review – Public Law and Legal Theory Series 2006-A-01 . 883- 975

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relate to formal education for their children. Thus, the concepts of social structure and agency are used as analytical tools. 2 In the following, “mothers/women” and “children/adolescents” will refer to persons belonging to the Roma national minority

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within the kingdom by passing into law a "mini-compromise", the so-called Nagodba of 1868. This arrangement, however, was embraced by only a minority of Croatian politicians, and the Hungarian government had often violated at least the spirit, if not

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Postcolonialism in Central Europe •

(A linguistic perspective)

Hungarian Studies
Author: Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy

semi-independent part of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy for fifty years, as a result of the Settlement ( Ausgleich ) of 1867. The Hungarian Kingdom was a state with a Hungarian population of up to 50% and with ethnic and linguistic minorities, as the

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, J. A., Chulvi, B. & Alonso, R. (2001). When a Majority Fails to Convert a Minority: The Case of the Gypsies. In F. Butera, & G. Mugny (Eds.), Social influence in social reality: Promoting individual and social change (pp. 143–164). Ashland: Hogrefe

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