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A society transformed : Hungary in time-space perspective

Author: Rudolf Andorka
Publisher: Budapest, N.Y. : Central European University Press, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In the past half-century every Central and East European society has been twice subject to transformation. Initially, Hungary was transformed by Communist-style modernization, increasing industry, expanding secondary education and improving health. The second shock was the collapse of the Communist regime and the introduction of democratic institutions and a market economy. How much or how little impact has  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rudolf Andorka
ISBN: 9639116491 9789639116498
OCLC Number: 41086724
Description: xiv, 206 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Long-term modernization of Hungarian society / Rudolf Andorka and István Harcsa --
Population: birth, marriage, and death / György Vukovich --
Denomination and religious practice / Miklós Tomka and István Harcsa --
The scope of the state and private sectors / Tamás Kolosi and Endre Sik --
The post-Communist economic elite / György Lengyel --
The middle strata in transformation / Zoltán Fábián --
Consciousness of inequality / Péter Róbert --
Welfare programmes and the alleviation of poverty / István György Tóth --
Dissatisfaction and alienation / Rudolf Andorka --
Parties and social divisions: a common East-Central European pattern? / Gábor Tóka --
The long and the short of transformation in Central Europe / Richard Rose.
Other Titles: Hungary in time-space perspective
Responsibility: edited by Rudolf Andorka [and others].

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