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References 1 Brandt T. Cervical vertigo: reality or fiction? Audiol Neurootol. 1996; 1: 187–196. 2 Li Y, Peng B. Pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment

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Authors: Kinga Harmat, Gergely Thurén, László Simon, Nelli Nepp, Adrienn Németh, Imre Gerlinger, and Péter Bakó

–1417. 5 Crossland G, De R, Axon P. Far advanced otosclerosis and intractable benign paroxysmal positional vertigo treated with combined cochlear implantation and posterior semicircular canal occlusion

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Collective vertigo

Roger Caillois’ “théorie de la fête” toward contemporary music festivals in Poland and Hungary

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Author: Waldemar Kuligowski

This paper is an attempt to apply Roger Caillois’ “théorie de la fête” to the contemporary music festivals in Poland and Hungary. The French ethnologist suggested that modernity does not provide the opportunity for collective vertigo, marginalizes the festival, and transforms it into a possibility that is difficult to achieve. Accordingto the results of my ethnographic fieldwork, the festival is a place of rest, fun, elation, rewarding belonging to a community, or even freedom at different levels. For many participants, it is a holiday in its purest form; a festival whose subject is music, but whose purpose is mental rest. In this context, the concept of festivalization should be redefined. In the analyzed cases (Jarocin Festival, OFF Festival, and O.Z.O.R.A. Festival), festivalization is not reduced to specific, collective forms of consumption; it also means the possibility of creating specific space-times of rest and freedom.

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, Lezius F, et al. Epidemiology of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo: a population based study. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2007; 78: 710–715. 3 Marom T, Oron Y, Watad W, et al

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A sürgősségi osztályon szédüléses panaszokkal megjelent betegek életminőségének vizsgálata

Assessment of the patients’ quality of life visiting the emergency department with dizziness

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Authors: Stefani Maihoub, András Molnár, András Csikós, Péter Kanizsai, László Tamás, and Ágnes Szirmai

References 1 Crespi V. Dizziness and vertigo: an epidemiological survey and patient management in the emergency room. Neurol Sci. 2004; 25(Suppl 1

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References 1 Collard, M., Chevalier, Y.: Vertigo. Curr. Opin. Neurol., 1994, 7 (1), 88–92. 2 Varga, Cs., Nagy, F

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, Budapest, 2006. [Hungarian] 2 Varga C, Nagy F, Drubits K, et al. Analysis of patients applying for emergency treatment with vertigo related symptoms. [A sürgősségi ellátásban

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dramatic reduction in vertigo attacks and improves audiological function in definite Meniere’s disease. Acta Otolaryngol. 2012; 132: 491–497. 9 De Valck CF, Van Rompaey V, Wuyts EL

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Authors: T. László Tamás, Tibor Garai, István Király, Andrea Mike, Csaba Nagy, Ágnes Paukovics, Péter Schmidt, Ferenc Szatmári, Tamás Tompos, Árpád Vadvári, and Ágnes Szirmai

References 1 Varga Cs, Nagy F, Drubits K, et al. Analysis of patients applying for emergency treatment with vertigo related symptoms. [A sürgősségi ellátásban

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Authors: András Molnár, Stefani Maihoub, Zoltán Fent, László Tamás, and Ágnes Szirmai

Otolaryngol. 1996; 25: 329–333. 11 De Valck CF, Denollet J, Wuyts FL, et al. Increased handicap in vertigo patients with a type-D personality. Audiological Med. 2007; 5: 169

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