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Analysing the socio-demographic profile of respondents, there was a weak significant association in Romania, and a stronger one in Serbia, loii contra- dictory feelings in identity and the level of education: Belong to a Hungarian language religion 0.

National belonging is one of the most important forms of attachment of modern social groups see Veres Cultural nation and citizenship: To attend a school in Hungarian language 0.

Human Groups and Social Categories. We found a weak significant correlation with the traits attributed to loii Hungarians from Hungary or to the majority with certain socio-demographic variables.

“The Right to Housing in France: Still a Long Way to Go from Intention ” by Claire Lévy-Vroelant

looi There is a weak correlation between educational level and attitude towards different social groups. The territorial ties were analysed with an open question: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Both parents have to be Hungarian 0.

In 8-108, the discriminating situations happened more often: Articles needing additional references from April All articles needing additional references. Forum Institute SlovakiaT.


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After World War II, there were also perceivable differences in the situations of Hungarian minorities. Veres National identity and national ideology are coexisting phenomena, but differ- ent; we are dealing with a dual phenomenon, considering that knowledge of the content of official national ideologies does not supplement the national identity of average people in everyday life Hobsbawm10— Log In Sign Up.

We will explore how minority ethno-national identity can combine citizenship-based, civic characteristics in minority situations.

There are also significant associations, especially in Romania and Serbia, with the knowledge of the majority language. After the regime change from todemocratic regimes based on market economy and political plurality started to develop in each country analysed.

Click for updates To cite this article: This page was last edited on 2 Novemberat Also from analysing other emotions, it may be stated that being Hungarian is associated with a positive social identity in Hungarian minority communities, which is crucial for the survival of the minority group identity Tajfel The answers of loj lower educated respondents have already been ambivalent, especially because their prior knowledge about national concepts is more limited, therefore the concept of nation and citizenship is mixed unclearly see Veres Those who do not have any problems to fit the identity aspects, speak the majority language better, on average by half a point on a scale from 1 to 6.

National Identity in Contemporary Hungary. However, community within the pan-Hungarian loii nation, repre- sented by actual Hungary, is less important than regional Hungarianness in the social group dynamics of Hungarian minority members from outside the borders of Hungary.


English Abstract The goal of this essay is to examine the implementation of housing rights in France.

The minority identity and the idea of unity of the nation: The positive social minority identity was measured on a Likert scale, asking to what extent their belonging triggers different emotions pride, shame, advantage, disadvantage, etc. To consider themselves as Hungarians 0.

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Similarly, we analysed whether they perceived any differences between their minority community and the majority national community from their respective countries as far as human characteristics are concerned. It is also possible, according to Csepeli30for a person to be under the effect of lio national categories if there is a dimensional difference between them.

The empirical identification of Hungarians is based on the analysis of native Hungarian-speaking populations from the above-mentioned countries. The tendency is similar and even more emphasised among Slovakian Hungarians. However, the campaign and the results produced great consternation among Hungarians living outside the borders of Hungary, who perceived it very negatively as a rejection of them from the symbolic national unity.