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Benjamins . 297 – 326 . Beltran-Avery , M. 2001 . The Role of the Health Care Interpreter: An Evolving Dialogue . Department of Health and Human Services Office of

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Expression in Intercultural Communication/Health Care . Journal of Intercultural Communication 2011 ( 27 ): http://immi.se/intercultural/nr27/hanssen-ingrid.htm (accessed December 1 , 2016 ). Helander , Elina 2003 The Meaning of Sámi Research

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Postcolonialism in Central Europe •

(A linguistic perspective)

Hungarian Studies
Author: Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy

health care, and in general domains, mainly in cities and larger settlements. Meanwhile small villages were controlled linguistically by the head of the local soviet, the teachers, the policeman and the doctor, who were usually sent from other regions of

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to the collapse of the health care system of the former Soviet Union which made modern medicine unavailable for major segments of the population. The study provides a description of the activities of several traditional healers who combine the use of

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der Sanitäts-Verhältnisse in Kronstadt [To history of health care system of Brasov] , Verlag des Verfassers [Eduard Gusbeth] , Kronstadt . Markó , A. ( 2018 ). Hálózatok a 16–17. századi album amicorumokban: az 1500 és 1700 közötti hungarika

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The economic and social changes following 1990 have in all respects had an unfavourable influence on the life of the small Hungarian town of Túrkeve (Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County on the Hungarian Great Plain). From the 1970s the town’s inhabitants had enjoyed a secure livelihood and relative prosperity. The collapse of the socialist economy resulted in mass unemployment. The privatisation and the transformation of the structure of ownership were experienced in a positive way by only a few, the majority of the town’s inhabitants have been living in existential crisis for two decades now. A high percentage, close to 50% of those of active age, live on social benefits. The fewer than half a dozen medium-sized enterprises that strengthened after the turn of the millennium, and agriculture — which is characterised by a strong concentration of land-holding — are able to employ only a small proportion of the population. The majority of the town’s inhabitants are characterised by “invisible impoverishment” and struggle against loss of status. The lack of prospects leads to the out-migration of young people with qualifications. It is projected that fifteen to twenty years from now the town’s population will be made up of the inactive with low qualifications and the elderly. The economy, society, demography and health care all show an unfavourable picture. Anomie has become a permanent state. Comparative analysis of the economic and social indicators shows that Túrkeve can be described as an “average” settlement in Hungary today.

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. Pett 1997 Nonparametric statistics for health care research . Statistics for small samples and unusual distributions Sage Thousand Oaks, CA

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Orthodox kosher mass culture?

Food industry, hospitality industry, children’s holidays and open-air baths in the weekly paper of orthodox Jewry in Hungary, 1925–1944

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Author: Norbert Gleszer

and health care], in: Bodor, Antal — Gerlóczy, Zsigmond (eds): Nyitott könyv . Százharminc közlemény száz képpel. (Kiadja az országos Közegészségügyi Egyesület, Budapest) /159–160/ Schuschny H. Nyitott könyv

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