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Roma – nem roma interetnikus párkapcsolatok és identitás

Roma–non-Roma interethnic relationships and identity

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors:
Cinderella Komolafe
,
Georgina Csordás
, and
Beáta Dávid

Bevezetés Bár a roma – nem roma interetnikus párkapcsolatok, házasságok az elmúlt évtizedekben egyre nagyobb számban vannak jelen Magyarországon ( Szabó, 2021 ), a témában kevés tanulmány készült eddig. Az interetnikus házasságokat bizonyos

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obesity, Hungary ranks 41st with 26.5% of the population being obese. Romania ranks 75th with 22.5% and Slovakia 98th with 20.5% obesity ( Obesity Rates by Country, 2022 ). In the context of ethnicity in Europe, the Roma minority is the focus of our study

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Egészségi állapot és cardiovascularis kockázat roma és nem roma populációban hátrányos helyzetű településeken

Health status and cardiovascular risk of Roma and non-Roma population in underprivileged settlements

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Lilla Andréka
,
Orsolya Csenteri
,
Péter Andréka
, and
Péter Vajer

Statisztikai Hivatal, Népességtudományi Kutatóintézet. Roma kisebbség (demografia.hu) 2011. évi CLXXIX. törvény a nemzetiségek jogairól.] Available from: https://demografia.hu/hu/tudastar/fogalomtar/24-roma

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Authors:
Ibolya Hegedűs
,
Veronika Morvai
,
Péter Rudnai
,
Éva Szakmáry
,
András Paksy
, and
György Ungváry

of the unemployed and employed Roma population on the basis of a study carried out in several BAZ County settlements. [A munkanélküli és munkavállaló roma népesség egészségügyi helyzetének, életkörülményének bemutatása néhány BAZ megyei településen

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problems [ 15–17 ]. The problems mentioned above are particularly acute among the Roma minority in Europe [ 18 ]. The largest minority in Europe is the Roma minority, and their number is growing. There are 10–12 million Roma in Europe and an estimated 6

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Introduction In this article, I explore a group of Roma mothers’ views on and experiences with education for their children in Norway. 2 The study adopts an ethnographic approach, drawing on fieldwork conducted in Oslo, the

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–259. 4 Weiss E, Japie C, Balahura AM, et al. Cardiovascular risk factors in a Roma sample population from Romania. Rom J Intern Med. 2018; 56: 193–202. 5 Kósa Zs

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A méhnyakrák citológiai szűrővizsgálaton való részvételt befolyásoló tényezők összehasonlító felmérése Magyarországon roma és nem roma lakosság körében, összefüggésben szlovák és román eredményekkel

Comparative study of factors influencing cytological screening for cervical cancer attendance in Hungary among Roma and non-Roma population, in relation to Slovak and Romanian results

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Noémi Mózes
and
Helga Judit Feith

References 1 European Commission. Roma equality, isnclusion and participation in the EU. Available from: https://ec.europa.eu/info/policies/justice-and-fundamental-rights/combatting-discrimination/roma-eu/roma

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Babusik, F. — Papp, G. (2002): Health Status of the Roma in B-A-Z County . Budapest: Delphoi Consulting Group. Papp G

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The study analyzes the changes in the religious and social life of a Roma Pentecostal community in an ethnically mixed village, and the relationship between migration practices and conversion to Pentecostalism. In the first part of the study, the author presents the Roma community and outlines the circumstances under which Pentecostalism emerged among them. Thereafter, the two types of migration practiced by the Roma will be presented: migration focused mainly on northern European countries, based on panhandling, and migration aimed at longer term residence in the countries of Western Europe. The analysis points to the importance of foreign migration-related income in the changing situation of the Roma, as well as the role of the Pentecostal religion in the modernization changes that began in the Roma community.

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