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by Mihai Márton
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  • Author:
    Mihai Márton
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    3836491249
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    978-3836491242
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    VDM Verlag Dr. Müller (November 16, 2011)
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    292 pages
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It is our conclusion that the Hungarian media are far from being politically hyperpolarised. This paper aims to present the findings of the content analysis of 1,130 news stories published in four Polish newspapers in 2012 and 2013. The study was a part.

It is our conclusion that the Hungarian media are far from being politically hyperpolarised. Ideologically oriented blocs are discovered, still there are intensive interactions between the media outlets having different political colours. Media therefore demonstrate the capacity to overcome partisan animosity and integrate the politically divided Hungarian society.

A Discourse Analysis of Selected Hungarian and Roman. Additionally, each newspaper's understanding of NATO role in the region indicates the respective newspaper's political orientation. This thesis is a discourse analysis about ethnicity. I argue that ethnic denotations and specific motifs are used for constructing ethnic groups. The last struggle: The suppression of Agrarian parties in Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania, 1944-1948.

by analyzing the journalistic discourse employed for this news in two mainstream Peruvian newspapers. newspapers, with a nationwide circulation of 94,428 for El Comercio and 43,701 for La República, as of the. first quarter of 2012. We chose El Comercio and La República. By studying the criteria and meanings proposed through the journalistic treatment of a given. This involves detecting the features and hallmarks found in the symbolic construction of the. facts.

There are an estimated 1. –14. 5 million ethnic Hungarians and their descendants worldwide, of whom . million live in today's Hungary (as of 2016).

The case study also shows how, in turn, such discourses reproduced images of the Csangos capable of being appro. priated by Hungarian and Romanian historiographie traditions and inserted into the respective national metanarratives. Ethnic Identity Minority Community Historical Narrative East Central Interwar Period. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

The non-Hungarian population of the Kingdom was consequently represented in ways that would fit this idea of a state-defined Hungarian nation. The present article is based on the analysis of five Magyar regional newspapers

The non-Hungarian population of the Kingdom was consequently represented in ways that would fit this idea of a state-defined Hungarian nation. The present article is based on the analysis of five Magyar regional newspapers. The author explores the usage of various categories and stereotypes featured in representations of the Slovaks.

We clearly found the effects of the Austrian and Hungarian national cultures in the organizations however, even more strongly the . These regulations seem to drive the two company's corporate culture in the same direction.

These regulations seem to drive the two company's corporate culture in the same direction

The Hungarians around the Don River were subordinates of the Khazar khaganate

The Hungarians around the Don River were subordinates of the Khazar khaganate. For historical reasons (see Treaty of Trianon), significant Hungarian minority populations can be found in the surrounding countries, most of them in Romania (in Transylvania), Slovakia, and Serbia (in Vojvodina). Sizable minorities live also in Ukraine (in Transcarpathia), Croatia (primarily Slavonia), and Austria (in Burgenland).

The book provided a detailed analysis of the mountains' hydrography .

The book provided a detailed analysis of the mountains' hydrography, topography, flora, and fauna. The biological diversity of the region especially excited Schmidl, and his discoveries included four new species of plants and a new species of animal (a leech found only in thermal waters). Schmidl was no less impressed by the ethnographic diversity of this region. The one shortcut I have taken is to use Hungary to mean the Hungarian half of the Dual Monarchy. 2 Schmidl, Das Bihar-Gebirge, 115, 133. As evidence of the Romanians' loyalty, Schmidl cited their behavior in 1848–1849 and their compliance with conscription and the payment of taxes.

According to a journalistic investigation by the Romanian Newspaper .

According to a journalistic investigation by the Romanian Newspaper Adevarul, the early 90's were a time of ideological subjugation of Romania by the US. Thus the US created the first Romanian private TV Channel SOTI and allocated huge sums of money to the schooling of journalists. Mihai Razvan Ungureanu is just one example of the opportunities offered by FSD and George Soros to young Romanians. The same can be said of many others of those quoted above. The list of Soros Politics.

Minority issues play a distinctive and decisive role in Hungarian and Romanian politics. The combination of political power and ethnicity is used and abused as an electoral tool for gaining political influence. The press plays a significant role in these public discourses, since it is in the position of power to influence opinions and votes. This book is a discourse analysis of newspaper articles from Hungary and Romania concerning the Hungarian Status Law. Through this law Hungary granted ethnic Hungarians outside Hungary certain benefits and has caused serious political tensions with Romania and Slovakia. The diachronic and synchronic analyses applied take an insight into the abundant ethnic denotations concerning ethnic Hungarians in general and Hungarians from Romania in particular. Furthermore, the journalistic narratives' analysis reveals each newspaper's positioning in the respective public discourse. Although written from an anthropological perspective, this book is an instrument for further investigation into trans-national discourse analyses of ethnicity and politics.