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The State of Rural Sociology as Presented in Four Periodicals – Rural Sociology, Sociologia Ruralis, Journal of Rural Studies, Eastern European Countryside

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The change of organizational structure of higher education institutions in Hungary: a contingency theory analysis

.). Budapest: Műegyetem Kiadó. p. 275-290 http://www.fgsze.hu/kiadvanyok/imf1_konyv.pdf Derényi, A. (2009) A magyar felsőoktatás átalakulása 1989 és 2008 között (The transformation of Hungarian higher education between 1989 and 2008.) In: Drótos, Gy., Kováts, G. (eds.) (2009). Felsőoktatás-menedzsment . (Higher education management) Budapest: Aula Kiadó, 31-62 Dobbins, M., Knill, C. (2009) Higher Education Policies in Central and Eastern Europe: Convergence toward a Common Model? Governance , 22(3), 397–430 Estermann, T., Nokkala, T. (2009): University

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Industries in Central and Eastern Europe. Enhancing Competitiveness by Integrating Services into Manufacturing

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European Identity and its Relationship to National and Ethnic Identities among Younger and Older Members of Ethnic Minority Groups

References Bauböck, R. (2000). European Integration and the Politics of Identity. ICE Working Paper Series No. 8. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences, June 2000. Brubaker, R., & Cooper, F. (2000). Beyond “identity”. Theory and Society. Renewal and Critique in Social Theory, 29(1), 1-47. Chvorostov, A., & Waechter, N. (2011). Moved peoples and moved borders: Research on the interplay of ethnic, national and regional identities in Central and Eastern Europe. Slovak Journal of Political Sciences, 11(3), 179

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Various mental images about the geographical extension of Central, Southeast and Eastern Europe

politics’, In: World Politics. 20(1): pp. 83-110. Rey, V. and Groza, O., 2009: Balkans. In: Kitchin, R. and Thrift, N. editors, International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Amsterdam: Elsevier. pp. 265-272. Romsics, I., 2005: Közép- és/vagy Kelet-Európa? (Central and/or Eastern Europe? - in Hungarian) In: Módos, P. editor, Közép-európai olvasókönyv, Budapest: Osiris-Közép-európai Kulturális Intézet, pp. 27-38. Rogatka K., Ramos Ribeiro, R.R., 2015: A compact city and its social perception: A case study, In: Urbani izziv

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Eastern European Countryside
The Journal of Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun
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Gender Studies
The Journal of West University, Timisoara, Interdisciplinary Centre for Gender Studies
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Slovak Journal of Political Sciences
The Journal of University of Saint Cyril and Metodius in Trnava
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Social Change Review
The Journal of „Lucian Blaga“ University of Sibiu
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Studies of Changing Societies
The Journal of Olga Guzhva
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