Structures and Contents of Hungarian National Identity: Results of Political Socialization and Cultivation

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P. Lang, 1989 - Hongrie - 129 pages
The aim of this book is to depict the structures and contents of contemporary Hungarian national identity. It is a socio-psychological analysis based on empirical data of surveys done in the seventies. National identity is defined as a historical result of the message formulated by ideologists of the past and the present. The message is transmitted by means of social communication socializing people to feel, associate with and think in terms of their nationality. The case of Hungary is an interesting example of the broader paradigm of national identity patterns prevailing in Eastern Europe.

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