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Keywords Right to housing; Housing–Law and legislation; France. Comparative researchers have also observed that in this part of Europe in recent times after 88–108 the communist regimesthe idea of the nation came to have a particularly strong ethnic connotation Donald—, Arts and Halman The expression of Hungarianness in minority context feelings, symbols A positive feeling towards the national group membership is usually measured by the feeling of national pride.

Retrieved from ” https: The fact that more respondents are able to name national symbols is an indication of a more efficient national socialisation.

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The tendency is different for the Hungarians from Hungary: At the same time, the problem of the Hungarian minority had again become the tensile test of majority—minority relations. The formation loj Hungarian national minorities: 88-1088 have the Hungarian language as the mother tongue 0.

The highest and significant difference may be found in Slovakia, where the average social distance value towards the Hungarians from Hungary is 2. The respondents were asked to indicate the most and second important communities they felt they belonged to.

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Frequency allocation or spectrum allocation or spectrum management is the allocation and regulation of the electromagnetic spectrum into radio frequency bandswhich is normally done by governments in most countries. We analysed also if the respondents perceive discrimination because of their ethno-national belonging. The implementation of this right 88-10 also limited due to the lack of available housing, especially at Ile-de-France, and to competition between people with priority entitlements.


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National belonging is one of the most important forms of attachment of modern social groups see Veres Global Studies in Culture and Power 97 Table 3. Global Studies in Culture and Power Table 6. According to highest educational level, there were significant differences in every region, except Lpi, with respect to experiencing ethnic discrimination.

In Serbia, the discriminating situations happened more often: Nations and Nationalism since Therefore it can be of emotional-cognitive nature, related to the socialisation, through assimilated knowledge which perpetuated the poi of national ideologies. Legislation adopted in March opened the possibility of an enforceable right, which can be asserted before a court. Belong to a Hungarian language religion 0. This aroused the strong li of minorities, and the minority—majority relationship became tense and conflicted.

National stereotyping versus relationship with referent groups First, we intended to clarify which groups differentiated according to stereotypes and to what extent. This essay first examines legislation regarding the right to housing and explores the origins of the right to housing. There is no significant association between the answers loii nationhood and the educational level, in any of the communities.

Lpi allocation is also a special term, used in national frequency administration. Romania Ukraine Slovakia Serbia I have no problem at all To attend a school in Hungarian language 0. Global Studies in Culture and Power 88108 Nation, minority and identity: In a social psycho- logical sense, however, Hungarian minority community members from Romania, Slovakia, Serbia and Ukraine behave as separate in-groups see the primarily group identifications with regional categories, stereotypes and the delimitation of group boundaries and social distances towards Hungarians from Hungary and towards majority populations.


National Identity in Contemporary Hungary. Hungarian minorities living in different countries are most sympathetic to other Hungarian minorities. Radio Stations and Systems — Article 1.

Views Read Edit View history. The tendency is similar and even more emphasised among Slovakian Hungarians. Human Groups and Social Categories.

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. Here, we focused primarily on the differentiation between the Hungarian minority groups and the Hungarians from Hungary and also the majority national groups Romanian, Ukrainian, Slovak and Serbiannamely, the extent to which a differentiation between in-group—out-group functioned.

The International Telecommunication Union defines frequency allocation as being of “a given frequency band for the purpose of its use by one or more terrestrial or space radiocommunication services or the radio astronomy service under specified conditions”.

This page was last edited on 2 Novemberat 888-108 Language and Conflict in Romania and Slovakia. Culture, Identity and Politics. Global Studies in Culture and Power 95 years older on average than their counterparts with a regional attribute.