Search for dissertations about: "hungarians in sweden"

Found 2 swedish dissertations containing the words hungarians in sweden.

  1. 1. We belong to them : Narratives of belonging, homeland and nationhood in territorial and non territorial minority settings

    Author : Tünde Puskás; Rune Johansson; Yngve Lithman; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : Everyday ethnicity; long-distance nationalism; Hungarian nation politics; ethnic and national identifications; Hungarians in Slovakia; Hungarians in Sweden; homeland narratives; language ideologies and language dilemmas; Vardagsetnicitet; distansnationalism; ungersk nationspolitik; etniska och nationella identifikationer; ungrare i Slovakien; ungrare i Sverige; hemlandsberättelser; språkideologier och språkdilemman; SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP;

    Abstract : This dissertation explores what happens with ethnic and national identifications buiit on the same ethnocultural grounds, but under different socio-economic circumstances. Territorial and nonterritorial minorities have traditionally been considered non-comparable because it was assumed that groups organized on different grounds were distinctively separate phenomena. READ MORE

  2. 2. Roots and Routes : Life stories of exiled Hungarian women in Sweden

    Author : Katalin Henriksson; Språk- och litteraturcentrum; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Hungarian; Hungarian Minorities; Hungarianness; Migration; Mobility; Narratives; Narrations; Life stories; Membership Category; Category Entitlement; Identifications; Ethnic Identification; Culture; Doing Gender;

    Abstract : This dissertation analyses the narrated life stories of Swedish Hungarian women, sharing the numerous values and experiences of Hungarian exiles. With the help of interview transcripts of five women from the first generation of Hungarians living in exile in southern Sweden, the study presents seldom-discussed angles of ascertained membership in the Hungarian nation, moving beyond traditional definitions of ethnic belonging, official census figures, and organizational categorizations. READ MORE