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This paper analyzes the status of minority languages in the Central European region in the Post-Transition period.

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Attempts at creating a new concept of literature •

(The Hungarian literature in Slovakia between the two world wars)

Hungarian Studies
Author: Zsófia Bárczi

The term “Hungarian literature in Slovakia” has been present as a problematic concept in literary historiography since the emergence of minority Hungarian literatures defined by geopolitics. Following established practice, the phrase “Hungarian

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ethnic minority across Europe. In: Cabrera NJ, Leyendecker B. (eds.) Handbook on positive development of minority children and youth. Springer, Cham, 2017; pp. 307–320. 4 Messing

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Ágnes Lukács and Helga Judit Feith

., Szalai, J. (eds.): Minority of minorities. [Szegénység – etnicitás – egészség. In: Neményi, M., Szalai, J. (szerk.): Kisebbségek kisebbsége.] Új Mandátum Kiadó, Budapest, 2005. [Hungarian

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founded in Pecs. The theoretical background of the Department of Romology of the University was established in 2001, which, like the university education of other minorities, provided training in languages, culture, history, and social competences basis

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ICD-11 Gaming Disorder: Needed and just in time or dangerous and much too early?

Commentary on: Scholars’ open debate paper on the World Health Organization ICD-11 Gaming Disorder proposal (Aarseth et al.)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Author: Wim van den Brink

)]. And just like with drinking or cannabis use, probably only a small minority of gamers develop such problems and just as with drinking and cannabis use, genetic predispositions and personality characteristics play an important role in the change from

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, nationalism comes to the fore; the Securitate, the Romanian secret service, resorts to increasingly drastic methods to intimidate society. In the ‘80s, the purpose of the regime already is to assimilate, annihilate ethnic minorities, and as a result of forced

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minority and the environmental catastrophes inflicted on neighbouring countries. This is why today's security policy has a much different content than it did between the two wars. It means that until there exists a unified Europe, and there is a unified

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mother and Sinteza in her 30s, i.e., she belongs to the national recognized ethnic minority of Sinti and Roma (Romani people) in Germany. She finished secondary school, a hairstyling apprenticeship, and is currently living with her two children as a

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Authors: Erika Marek, Réka Kalmár, Nóra Faubl, Zsuzsa Orsós, and Tímea Németh

] 7 Hungarian Central Statistical Office. Demographic characteristics of ethnic minorities in Hungary. [Központi Statisztikai Hivatal. A hazai nemzetiségek demográfiai jellemzői.] Statisztikai

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