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National cultures and European identity

The process of Engrenage among European Commission civil servants

Society and Economy
Author:
Erika Tóth

The article introduces an empirical research conducted at the European Commission that aimed to investigate the European Commission’s organisational culture and how that reflects national cultural diversity. In the comprehensive analysis of the organisational culture and human resources policies, a clear focus was given to examine how civil servants coming from diverse national cultural backgrounds act in this multicultural environment. The research intended to describe how the Commission’s organisational culture handles national cultural diversity and whether civil servants’ attitudes change in the supranational environment, gradually embodying an emerging European identity.

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A vén Európa ifjúsága

The Youth of Old Europe

Educatio
Author:
György Csepeli

. 1–65. New York, Academic Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0065-2601(08)60281-6 [Letöltve: 2018. 12. 08.] 13 Striessnig, E. & Lutz, W. (2016) Strengthening of European

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Columbus' first letter on his revolutionary discoveries was first published in Spanish, but soon spread all over Europe in its Latin version. The first history of America was originally written in Latin by the Italian humanist Peter Martyr and the world came to know about its first circumnavigation again through a Latin text, written by the emperor's secretary Maximilianus Transylvanus. The role of the Latin language in this important phase of European historiography has always been limited to its function as the international European idiom. But even in the renaissance writing and reading in Latin was not as popular as English would be today. The true function of the Latin language in the historiography of early discoveries lies in its ability to integrate the experience of strange new worlds into European culture and thinking. Latinization worked as assimilation and played an imported role in the institution of a new, globalized European identity.

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. However, law is not only an instrument, a useful device of the integration process. It is, at the same time, the core element of European identity. It is often said that this identity is symbolized by the three hills; the Acropolis, the Golgotha and the

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A tanulmányban ismertetünk egy, az identitás vizsgálatához kialakított megközelítési módot, mely „félig-hétköznapi” diszkurzusok összegyűjtését és feltárását célozza, továbbá illusztrációként bemutatunk egy példát a vizsgálat során nyert adatok elemzésére. A dolgozatban leírjuk, hogy (1) miért tekintjük a fókuszcsoport módszert megfelelő eszköznek arra, hogy speciális, az európai és a magyar identitás vonatkozásában releváns diszkurzusokat gyűjtsünk, majd bemutatunk egy elemzést (2), mely a fókuszcsoportokból nyert beszélgetések azon részleteinek tematikus, formai és diszkurzív-szempontú feltárását célozza, melyekben a beszélők Európát és Magyarországot „skizofrén”-ként jellemezték, azaz egy, a mentális patológiából származó terminussal illették.

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. (eds) 1990 . Translation, History and Culture . London and New York: Pinter Publishers. Bayley , P. & Williams , G. 2012 European Identity –What the Media

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Nemzeti identitás és kollektív áldozati szerep

National identity and collective victimhood-contents of Hungarian national identity: Examination of collective victimhood with exploration of emotions related to victim and perpetrator position

Pszichológia
Authors:
János László
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Éva Fülöp

-P. , Dermot , M. , Molian , J. D. ( 1996 ): Social representations of history and attitudes to European Unification in Britain, France and Germany . In: G. M. Breakwell , E. L. Speri (eds), Changing European Identities: Social Psychological Analyses

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and supranational identity in social representations of the European community in the context of changes in international relations . In: G. M. Breakwell , E. Lyons (eds), Changing European Identities . Jordan Hill , Butterworth Heinemann Linacre

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Constitutional Law (2nd ed, Hart Publishing and CH Beck 2009 ) Bogdandy , A. , ‘ The European Constitution and European Identity: Text and Subtext of the Treaty Establishing a

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Populizmus, egyházak és oktatáspolitika a 2010 utáni Magyarországon

Populism, Churches and Education Policy in Hungary after 2010

Educatio
Author:
Eszter Neumann

. 551–568. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038518762081 10 Bolonyai, Á. & Campolong, K. (2017) “We mustn’t fool ourselves” “Orbánian” discourse in the political battle over the refugee crisis and European identity. In

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