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Title: Two Gap-filling Books on Non-immigrant Minorities
Other Titles: Cordell, K., Agarin, T., Osipov, A. (2013): Institutional Legacies of Communism: Change and Continuities in Minority Protection. London: Routledge
Agarin T., Cordell, K. (2016): Minority Rights and Minority Protection in Europe. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield
Authors: Orsolya Joo
Katalin Cseke
Janos Farkas
Pusztai Gabriella
Pallay Katalin
Joó Orsolya
Farkas János
Cséke Katalin
Поллоі Каталін
Чейке Катерина
Keywords: national minority;gap-filling
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Debrecen University Press (DUPress), a Department of the University Library
Type: dc.type.collaborative
Citation: In Hungarian Educational Research Journal (HERJ). 2018. Vol 8., No 1. pp. 110–116.
Series/Report no.: Vol 8., No 1
Abstract: Abstract. In our book review, we present two books that deal internationally with a topic that is examined by literature regarding national minorities. Let's see the authors of the gapfilling work first. Timofey Agarin and Karl Cordell, researchers of the nationalities of postcommunist states, have presented several publications. Agarin is an instructor at Queen's University in Belfast. His field of research is the social and institutional change in postcommunist countries, with particular regard to the aspects of minority protection, migration and NGOs. His investigations primarily seek to demonstrate the impact of national identity, power relations and ethnic conflicts on the nation-state institutional system of the post-communist region. Cordell is a professor of political science at the University of Plymouth, an editor of the prestigious Ethnopolitics journal, published by the Association for the Study of Nationalities. In his research, he focuses on minority politics in Central - Eastern Europe, especially on the development of Polish-German relations.
ISSN: 2064-2199
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