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The scholarly study and analysis of the Hungarian council system (195–90) as a system of institutions and structure of public administration is a novel challenge rarely attempted to date in the field of the history of public administration. Although the period of 40 years under study is still something of a grey area for legal historians, there are already researchers and experts who venture into this territory. In addition to offering a historical overview, the present paper also analyses the life and operation of public administration in a specific historical and legal period from legal and administrative aspects. The council system, although undoubtedly still a subject of much debate and criticism, was definitely a possible form of public administration, and today constitutes an integral part of the history of the 20th century.

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A tanulmány tárgyát képező svájci jogi-közigazgatási terminológiai adatbank alapjait még 1987-ben fektették le, jelentős múlttal rendelkező projektről van tehát szó. Az adatbankot mind a mai napig frissítik és használják, sőt, nemrég számottevő, felhasználóbarát újításokat is végrehajtottak rajta. A TermDat létrejöttének körülményeit, típusát, felépítésének adatmezőit ismertetjük a tanulmányban, mivel ezek az információk számos tanulsággal szolgálhatnak akár hazai terminológiai adatbázisok létrehozására. Sőt, az alaposabb megismerés elősegítésére az olvasó még a háttérben folyó terminológiai munkába is betekintést nyerhet.

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Slavonia and Croatia belonged to the Habsburg controlled part of the Kingdom of Hungary. As a result of the Ottoman conquest, the two provinces merged into a single territorial entity, and this study discusses this process. The noble society and the public administration of Croatia and Slavonia had fewer and fewer links with the Hungarian institutions due to economic, religious and military reasons. However, in the meantime they established close relationships with the Habsburg dynasty and the Austrian hereditary provinces. The local nobility developed the idea of the independent Croatian state in the 16th–17th centuries, and thus, the territory could not reintegrate completely into the Kingdom of Hungary in the early 18th century.

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programs offered by the Institute grew considerably, in an effort to meet societal demands, and some of its more prominent goals include the training of professionals of cultural life and public administration in their mother tongue (cf. http

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programs offered by the Institute grew considerably, in an effort to meet societal demands, and some of its more prominent goals include the training of professionals of cultural life and public administration in their mother tongue (cf. http

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public administration and official languages. These circumstances led to continuous conflicts between the newly formed state majorities and the minorities living with the new territories, in most cases triggered by the nationalist policies of the new

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Postcolonialism in Central Europe •

(A linguistic perspective)

Hungarian Studies
Author: Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy

public administration and official languages. These circumstances led to continuous conflicts between the newly formed state majorities and the minorities living with the new territories, in most cases triggered by the nationalist policies of the new

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Introduction A unique characteristic of Hungarian literature is that it has become polycentric as a result of the political decisions and the social changes caused by the post-1918 restructuring of public administration. According to Péter Szirák

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Introduction A unique characteristic of Hungarian literature is that it has become polycentric as a result of the political decisions and the social changes caused by the post-1918 restructuring of public administration. According to Péter Szirák

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redistribution led to sharper disparities in wealth, a weakening of public administration and the erosion of what had previously been a vigorous community life (Kós 2000/II:334). In summary, it can be said that farming became more feasible and efficient as a

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