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Grappling With National Identity: How Nations See Each Other in Central Europe

by György Csepeli, Antal Örkény and Mária Székelyi ; translated by Éva Szalay
Format
Book
Published
Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó, c2000.
Language
English
Hungarian (translated from)
ISBN
9630577259
Contents
  • Carpathian Basin 17
  • Sociological research 20
  • Sampling 25
  • Representations of Coexistence in Transylvania 27
  • Postsocialist traumas 27
  • Fears and hopes 27
  • Anomie 28
  • Experiences of injustice 29
  • Satisfaction 30
  • Respondents' perception of their own country and expectations concerning Euro-Atlantic integration 31
  • National identity 32
  • Attachment to the motherland 32
  • Patterns of national identity 35
  • National identification 36
  • Evaluation of common history 37
  • Ethnocentrism 38
  • Auto- and hetero-stereotypes 42
  • Relationship between majority and minority 45
  • Social distance 45
  • Ethnic structure of social networks 46
  • Factors of conflict awareness 47
  • Perspectives of conflict and social distance 49
  • Symbolic and real conflicts 49
  • Types of intergroup attitudes 51
  • Slovaks and Hungarians in South Slovakia 54
  • Postsocialist traumas 55
  • Fears and hopes 55
  • Anomie 56
  • Experiences of injustice 57
  • Satisfaction 58
  • Authoritarianism and learned helplessness 59
  • Respondents' perception of their own country and expectations concerning Euro-Atlantic integration 61
  • National identity 63
  • Attachment to the motherland 63
  • Perception of the national and ethnic space 64
  • Patterns of national identity 65
  • National identification 69
  • Evaluation of common history 70
  • Ethnocentrism 72
  • Perceived difference 76
  • Auto- and hetero-stereotypes 76
  • Relationship between majority and minority 78
  • Social distance 78
  • Ethnic structure of social networks 80
  • Perspectives of conflict 82
  • Symbolic and real conflicts 84
  • Types of intergroup attitudes 86
  • Power and Weakness of Borders 91
  • Borders in physical and psychic space 91
  • Hungarians about Hungarians 93
  • Hetero-stereotypes in the region 98
  • Transylvania 98
  • South Slovakia 100
  • Hungary 102
  • Ethnic groups in the region about themselves 103
  • Ethnic groups in the region about each other 105
  • Dissimilarity in sameness 107
  • Ceaseless History 108
  • Hungarians and Romanians in Transylvania 109
  • Constructions of Hungarian identity 112
  • Hungarian identity and social background 114
  • Constructions of Romanian identity 115
  • Romanian identity and social background 117
  • Hungarians and Slovaks in South Slovakia 118
  • Constructions of Hungarian identity 119
  • Social status and Hungarian identity 121
  • Constructions of Slovak identity 122
  • Social status and Slovak identity 123
  • Hungarians and Slovaks in Hungary 124
  • Contest of national identity constructions in the Carpathian Basin 125
  • National minorities 126
  • National majorities 127
  • Advocates and opponents of disharmony 128
  • Continuity and Change in National Identity 130
  • Formation of national and ethnic identity 130
  • National and ethnic identity at stake 134
  • Role of language use and schooling in the development of ethnic and national identity 136
  • Closed or open ethnic and national groups 139
  • Ethnic and national identity of Slovaks in Hungary 140
  • Ethnic and national identity at the crossroads 145
  • National Ethnocentrism in Central Europe 147
  • Conflicts in Transylvania and South Slovakia 161
  • Conflict and conflict potential 161
  • Hypotheses 162
  • Factors of ethnic and national conflict perception 163
  • Conflict potential in Transylvania and South Slovakia 164
  • Road to conflict 166
  • Differences between regions 167
  • Model for Transylvania 167
  • Distinct conflict models for Hungarians and Romanians 169
  • Model for South Slovakia 171
  • Distinct conflict models for Slovaks and Hungarians 173
  • Sociodemographic background and conflict potential 173
  • In the middle of Europe 177.
Description
197 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-186) and indexes.
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