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1996 Haller, M. (2008): European Integration as an Elite Process. The Failure of a Dream? New York-London: Routledge

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From Elites to Nomenklatura

The Evolution and Some Characteristics of Institutionalised Cadre Policy in Hungary (1945-1989)

Review of Sociology
Author: Tibor Huszár

Based on empirical research the paper summarizes the social and institutional characteristics of the birth and reproduction of the Hungarian nomenklatura system. The research included the reconstruction of the decision making system, and the documents of recruitment. Moreover interviews were conducted with several top officials of the Hungarian Socialist Workers Party. The paper argues that although there was a chance to form new elite after World War II., it did not happen because of the infiltration of the Communist Party into the repressive organizations. The take-over of power led to the formation of a nomenklatura. The paper overviews the impact of the nomenklatura-system on the working of central institutions, the academic world and civil organizations. It investigates the documents dealing with the composition of the nomenklaktura and the privileges of its members.

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British Political Elite . London, MacGibbon and Kee. Guttsman W.L. The British Political Elite 1965

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Higley J. and Pakulski J. (1995): Elite Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe. A ustralian Journal of Political Science , 30:1–29. Pakulski J. Elite Transformation in Central

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An intensive investigation of the American science advisory system failed to find indications of elite structure in the selection or patterns of service of advisors. Advisory groups cannot act as elements of the invisible college circuits thatPrice refered to. The only long term advisors areex officio members.Advisory committee growth and activity is marked by three periods: 1951 to 1957, slow growth; 1957 to 1966, rapid growth; and 1967 to 1972, no growth. Combined with the pattern of growth in numbers of eligible scientists, a perception of elite control may have been created.

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. J.-C. Découvertes récentes EC 2003 35 33 67 N. Ginoux : Élites guerričres au Nord de la Seine au début du III e sičcle av. J.-C. La nécropole celtique du Plessis-Gassot (Val- d

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Bernardo, R., 1990a. An alternative statistics for identifying lines useful for improving parents of an elite single cross. Theor. Appl. Genet. 80: 105–109. Bernardo R

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: Alejandro Legaz-Arrese, D. Munguía-Izquierdo, L. Carranza-García, J. Reverter-Masía, C. Torres-Dávila, and R. Medina-Rodríguez

elite long-distance runners. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. Occup. Physiol. 69, 271–273 (1994) Koralsztein J.P. Times to exhaustion at 100% of velocity at VO2max and modelling of the time

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Introduction Karate is a polystructural acyclic sport ( 36 ), characterized by an intermittent physical activity, engaging very intense punches and kicks ( 9 , 43 ). Karate elite athletes are usually prescribed a mixed

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: P. Horváth, M. Petrekanits, I. Györe, Zs Kneffel, B. Varga-Pintér, and Gábor Pavlik

George KP, Gates PE, Whyte G, Fenoglio RA, Lea R: Echocardiographic examination of cardiac structure and function in elite cross trained male and female Alpine skiers. Br. J. Sports Med. 33, 93–98 (1999) Lea R

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