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The Image of the East-Central European in Rose Tremain’s The Road Home
Food, Materialism and Capitalist Faith in a Culture Clash

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Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Philologica
The Journal of Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania
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Polish-Russian Economic Relations Under the Conditions of System Transformation

Polish-Russian Economic Relations Under the Conditions of System Transformation

The rapid economic transformation in Central and Eastern Europe, modelled on Western economies and based, in some aspects, on neoliberal principles, has found the region's countries to a bigger (Eastern European countries) or lesser (Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary) degree unprepared. The resulting economic recession, especially in Russia, has had an adverse effect on mutual trade between Poland and Russia. In order to improve economic relations with Russia and increase the trade volume, Poland, remaining within the bounds of EU standards and regulations, needs to adapt the commodity structure of Polish exports to the needs of the Russian market.

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‘Transfers’ in Hungarian Literature from Vojvodina

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Identity, Otherness, Crime: Detective Fiction and Interethnic Hazards

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Transylvanianism as Identity Discourse

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Questions of Language and Culture in Erzsébet Juhász’s Border Novel

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Translation of Transylvanian Culture-Specific Items into English

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The Image of Transylvania in the Works of Two Contemporary Romanian Historians. Translation and Related Views on History

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English as a Lingua Franca and Its Implications for Teaching English as a Foreign Language

nem anyanyelvi változatainak érthetősége: normák, attitűdök és a hallás utáni szövegértés viszonya [The comprehensibility of non-native variants of English: the relation between norms, attitudes and listening for understanding]. In: Benő, Attila, Fazakas, Emese, Zsemlyei, Borbála (eds), Többnyelvűség és kommunikáció Kelet-Közép-Európában: XXIV. Magyar Alkalmazott Nyelvészeti Kongresszus Előadásai [ Multilingualism and communication in Central and Eastern Europe: lectures presented at the XXIV. Hungarian Applied Linguistics Conference ], 103–111. Kolozsvár: EME

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