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

In case of Hungarians from Romania, nega- tive traits are attributed to the Hungarians from Hungary and to the majority group Romanians approximately to the same extent. Global Studies in Culture and Power 89 Nation, minority and identity: There are also significant associations, especially in Romania and Serbia, with the knowledge of the majority language.

In Downloaded by [ By means of social distance scale, we measured attitudes towards different social groups 1 — mean total acceptance and 5 — total rejection.

Radio Stations and Systems — Article 1. Help Center Find new research papers in: This may be empirically grasped both on the level of the perceptions of social distances and on stereotypes toward Hungarians from Hungary and toward majority populations Romanians, Slovaks, etc.

After the regime change from todemocratic regimes based on market economy and political plurality started to develop in each country analysed.

This page was last edited on 2 Novemberat Second, we also aim to understand how citizenship and the relationship toward the state of residence is framed and reflected in the ethno- national identity of Hungarian minorities, and we are interested if this is affecting majority—minority relations and patterns.


How often did you experience discrimination injustice because of your national belonging? It is a representative survey with a multi-stratified random sample, with cases, selected from Hungarian communities as follows: Any substantial or systematic reproduction, redistribution, reselling, loan, sub- licensing, systematic supply, or distribution in any form to anyone is expressly forbidden. After World War II, there were also perceivable differences in the situations of Hungarian minorities.

Mean values, where 1 denotes very sympathetic and 5 very antipathetic. Data and methodology Data The main empirical source of the study is a survey named Karpat Panelapplied in all significant Hungarian communities. Answers in per cents, by countries. This essay first examines legislation regarding the right to housing and explores the origins of the right to housing.


Views Read Edit View history. Seckler in Romania We tested if they perceive a contradiction between Hungarian ethno- national identity as minority and the non-Hungarian citizenship, on 1—5 value scale.

Consequently, the idea of unity on pan-national identity can maintain and coexist with strong regional ethno-national identifications and also with a certain civic Downloaded by [ Lki territorial ties were analysed with an open question: Global Studies in Culture and Power Table 6.

We found a weak significant correlation with oli traits attributed to the Hungarians from Hungary or to the majority with certain socio-demographic variables.

The order is exactly inverted for negative traits. Culture, Identity and Politics.

Global Studies in Culture and Power Table 8. According to highest educational level, there were significant differences in every region, except Serbia, with respect to experiencing ethnic discrimination. Romania Ukraine Slovakia Serbia I have no problem at all Therefore it can be of emotional-cognitive nature, related to the socialisation, through assimilated knowledge which perpetuated the content of national ideologies.

Frequency allocation

The shift into a direction where the Hungarians from outside the borders of Hungary and the Hungarians from Hungary represent themselves as separate in-groups is visible. Also 88-1008 analysing other emotions, it may be 88-18 that being Hungarian is associated with a 881-08 social identity in Hungarian minority communities, which is crucial for the survival of the minority group identity Tajfel In Romania, about The novelty from our research that contributes to the study of minorities identity, based on the comparative analyses of Hungarian minorities from several countries, is the fact that strengthening the identification with the national civic community of the host countries as well as the integration in the national structure of a host state can be fulfilled without, i.


Ukraine Downloaded by [ As a consequence of the disintegration of the Austro—Hungarian Monarchy after World War I, a significant part of the Hungarian-speaking population, almost one-third, became a minority in Romania, Czecho Slovakia and Serbia former Yugoslavia. There is no correlation according to age, and the level of knowledge of the majority language: Romanian nation for them means political, civic national belonging, in sense of community of Romanian citizens.

However, it also created new inequalities before the law.

It is also possible, according to Csepeli30for a person to be under the effect of two national categories if there is a dimensional difference between them. Frequency allocation is also a special term, used in national frequency administration.

There is a similar tendency in every region, but koi different propor- tions. There is a weak correlation between educational level and attitude towards different social groups.