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Rita Pletl

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The programme which was planned for more stages started in 2010 and undertook the monitoring of Hungarian news programmes (since 2011, cultural programmes have also been monitored) of national audiovisual media from different regions. The aim of monitoring these programmes is to study the strength of samples as to what extent professional speakers, reporters observe the norms of vernacular language and to what extent their use of language acts as part of sample language in a regional, bilingual, and dialectical environment.

In my study, I present the methodological questions of media monitoring (the aspects of sampling, the requirements regarding content and form in processing documentary material), paying attention to the differences between Romanian and Hungarian media-monitoring programmes.

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Frieder Lempp and László Marácz

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This article investigates the situation of Hungarian ethno-linguistic minorities in Slovenia and the Slovak Republic. It compares the extent to which the two minority groups’ interests are satisfied and provides an explanation for differences between their de facto statuses. The authors use a logic-based methodology to extract the key parties, issues, and interests. Drawing on the analysis, the structure of each case (i.e. the dependencies between the parties’ interests) is displayed as a simple graph. Differences in the de facto status of the two groups can thus be explained by differences in the respective conflict structure. The authors argue that - as evidenced by the case of the Hungarian minority in Slovakia - a number of unresolved ethnolinguistic minority issues in Central Europe have a high conflict potential and may be a threat for security in the region and the European Union.

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János Ivanyos and Éva Sándor-Kriszt

COMMISSION DG REGIONAL AND URBAN POLICY. 2016a. European Social Progress Index. http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/en/information/maps/social_progress. 2016b.The EU Regional Social Progress Index: Methodological Note. http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/sources/information/maps/methodological_note_eu_spi.pdf. GÁSPÁR, Tamás. 2013. A társadalmi-gazdasági fejlettség mérési rendszerei, Statisztikai Szemle 91(1): 77-92. GREEN, M. 2015. How We Can Make the World a Better Place by 2030. TEDGlobal, London, Filmed in: September 2015. http

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Andrea Kristóf

agglomerációk szerkezetének néhány jellemző sajátossága [Criteria for the Agglomerating Process. A Few Characteristic Features of the Structure of Agglomerations]. In: Pálné Kovács, Ilona–Rechnitzer, János (eds), Az agglomeráció-kutatás módszertani kérdései [Methodological Issues of Researching Agglomerations]. Pécs: MTA DTI. 67–71. 1999. Nagyvárosaink [Our Cities]. Területi Statisztika 2 39(1): 24–42. 2009. Törekvések a magyarországi településrendszer tudatos fejlesztésére [Ambitions to Consciously Develop the Settlement Network of Hungary]. Területi