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The Social History of the Hungarian Intelligentsia, 1825-1914

János Mazsu ; translated from the Hungarian by Mario D. Fenyo
Format
Book
Published
Boulder, Colo. : Social Science Monographs ; Highland Lakes, N.J. : Atlantic Research and Publications, Inc. ; New York : Distributed by Columbia University Press, 1997.
Language
English
Hungarian (translated from)
Series
Atlantic Studies on Society in Change
East European Monographs
ISBN
0880333626
Contents
  • Chapter I Social Mobility among Professionals: Literature and Sources 19
  • Chapter II Character and Growth of the Intelligentsia 33
  • Chapter III Growth Trends of the Intelligentsia and Changes in Its Occupational Structure 63
  • Chapter IV Social Origins of the Intelligentsia in the Age of Dualism 89
  • Chapter V Standard of Living of the Intelligentsia in the Age of Dualism 139
  • Chapter VI A Case Study: The Bishop's Palace in Debrecen and Its Residents between 1912-1914 199
  • Conclusion: The Tracks of the Development of the Intelligentsia in Hungary--the Gentrified and Educated Middle Class 221
  • Appendix 1 Distribution of the Intelligentsia by Type of Settlement and by Region in 1910 229
  • Appendix 2 Distribution of Secondary School Students by Religion, Ethnic Group and Social Background, by School District and Type of School in Academic Year 1890-1891 233
  • Appendix 3 Minimum Household Budget of a Teacher's Family with Three to Four Children in 1893 and 1906 237
  • Appendix 4 Teachers' Salaries in Academic Year 1896-1897 241
  • Appendix 5 Pay Categories for Public Elementary School Teachers According to Act XXVI of 1907 243
  • Appendix 6 Pay Categories of Public Elementary School Teachers According to Act XXVI of 1913, and Pay Categories of Community and Denominational Elementary School Teachers According to Act XVI of 1913 245
  • Appendix 7 Average Annual Pay of County and District Officials in Hungary in 1866 247
  • Appendix 8 Average Annual Salary of Administrators in Local Government, and Their Range of Incomes in Hungary in 1888 249
  • Appendix 9 White-Collar Civil Service Salary Categories in 1888 According to the Grade Level, and Compared to Austrian Categories 253
  • Appendix 10 Average Annual Salary of Administrators of Chartered Municipalities in 1909-1910 255
  • Appendix 11 Housekeeping Budget of the Unmarried Administrators of a Major Bank in 1906 261
  • Appendix 12 Housekeeping Budget of Administrators at a Major Financial Institution in 1906 265
  • Appendix 13 Housekeeping Expenses of the Administrators of a Wholesale Grain Company in 1906 267
  • Appendix 14 Educational System 269
  • Appendix 15 Map: Nineteenth-Century Hungary 271
  • Appendix 16 Color Charts: 1. Distribution of the Intelligentsia by Occupation and by Region in 1869 275
  • 2. Careers Chosen by High School Graduates in Hungary in Percentages 276
  • Volumes Published in "Atlantic Studies on Society in Change" 283.
Description
xxiv, 291 p. : ill. (some col.), map ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Series Statement
Atlantic studies on society in change no. 89
East European monographs no. 465
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