Conditions of ethnic minorities in the South Plain region

Rátkai, Árpád and Sümeghy, Zoltán: Conditions of ethnic minorities in the South Plain region. In: Acta climatologica, (34-35). pp. 93-107. (2001)

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In the South Plain only a fraction of the German, the Croatian, the Serbian, the Slovakian and the Rumanian ethnical groups abode, and their ratio decreased to 1.6% of the population. However, in Szeged persons of different ethnical units settled down, discovered each other, new ethnical communities were formed, and Slovakian, Serbian, Polish, Rumanian, Russian, German, Gypsy, Vietnamese, Greek, Ukrainian, Arabian, Armenian and Latin (Spanish) associations were established. The Russian, the Vietnamese, the Arabian and the Latin are exlex minorities who have no minority rights. Their unions can work only as Hungarian ones. The Gypsy ethnical group, which consists of minorities belonging to Hungarian, Romany and Boyash mother tongue, is the greatest in numbers. Gypsy children do not receive any help for preparation before going to school, therefore such Gypsy classes pass out from school that are incapable of learning and keeping themselves

Item Type: Article
Journal or Publication Title: Acta climatologica
Date: 2001
Volume: 34-35
ISSN: 0563-0614
Page Range: pp. 93-107
Language: angol
Uncontrolled Keywords: Dél-Alföld, Társadalomtudomány
Additional Information: Bibliogr.: 107. p.; Összefoglalás; Summary
Date Deposited: 2016. Oct. 15. 14:10
Last Modified: 2018. Jun. 04. 13:30

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