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Close, yet distant – this perhaps captures the nature of present relationships with the socio-cultural elements integral to Mahler’s identity as a composer, conductor and opera-house manager. This identity seems to be close to us because the points

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Könyvkiadó. Hajtűkanyar EPSTEIN, A. L. 1978: Ethos and Identity. London: Tavistock. Ethos and Identity ERŐS, F., KOVÁCS, A. and LÉVAI, K. 1985: 'Comment j'en suis arrivé à apprendre que j

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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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Cronin, M. 2006. Translation and Identity . London and New York: Routledge. Cronin M. Translation and Identity 2006

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narodnoj religiji, drugo, dopunjeno izdanje, Beograd. BAUMAN, Zigmunt 1997: From Pilgrim to Tourist - or a Short History of Identity, in Questions of Cultural Identity, eds. S. HALL and P. du Gay, London. BERDJAJEV, Nikolaj

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The essay rejects the idea that 'collective identity' and 'cultural identity' are necessarily the same. Its aim is to preserve the usefulness of the former notion, by introducing 'the integrative circle of collective identity' as a terminological toolbox. This diagrammatic formula may help us find a common terminological language with which to handle the multitude of concrete variations on the theme of the collective in literary works. The second half of the paper demonstrates the theory in E. L. Doctorow's World's Fair and Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony by focusing on their representation of ceremony and ritual. Although the textual analysis cannot take up all the implications of the model, it hopes to propose a new and fruitful form of analysis.

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Body — identity — society

Guest Editor’s remarks on the thematic block

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Author: Katalin Juhász

References Cited See the cited references to the editorial at the end of the author’s next paper in this issue: Body — Identity — Society: Concepts of the Socially Accepted Body in the 20th Century in Hungarian Rural Areas (303–312)

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XLIII, 3-4 (2001): 257-287. The social psychological concept, threatened identity is described by Ferenc Erős, Az identitás labirintusai [Labyrinths of Identity] (Budapest: Janus/Osiris, 2001), 74

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The role of the popular play in preserving natinal identity

The example of Velika Pisanica, Croatia, with additional reference to Burgenland and Slovenia

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Author: Imre Gráfik

1993: Magyarok Szlavóniában. Világszövetség II/3/1–2. Hofer Tanás 1994: Construction of the Folk Cultural Heritage in Hungary and Rival Versions of National Identity. In: Hofer Tamás (ed.): Hungarians between “East” and “West

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Introduction Adult learning professionals lack a unified identity due to the diversity and heterogeneity of the field of adult learning and education ( Merriam & Brocket, 2007 ). This impedes on recognizing adult

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