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Region and Regionalism No. 6 vol. 2. The role of ethnic minorities in border regions. Selected problems of ethnic and religious minorities

Region and Regionalism No. 6 vol. 2. The role of ethnic minorities in border regions. Selected problems of ethnic and religious minorities

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Redakcja: Krystian Heffner i Marek Sobczyński
ISBN: 83-7126-175-6
Rok wydania: 2003
Liczba stron: 181

Opis

Contents

 

Foreword

 

Section I. General issues

Jernej Zupančič – Minorities: how long will they have a ‘bridge function’?

Roman Szul – Linguistic foundations of regional identity and language policy of regional governments in Europe. Attempt of typology and presentation of some cases

Marin Bachvarov – Russian geopolitical ideas

Marika Pirveli – Border in the mind (Caucasus region)

 

Section II. Religious minorities

Maria Soja – Jewish population in the Polish Carpathian mountains in the 19th and 20th centuries

Andrzej Rykała – Lower Silesian as an area of Jewish settlement after the Second World War

Mariusz Kulesza – The Protestant minorities in Silesia

Małgorzata Flaga, Wojciech Janicki, Małgorzata Milanowska – Group identity of Old Believers in North-Eastern Poland

 

Section III. Minorities and crossborder co-operation

Stefan Kałuski – Zamagurze Spiskie as a transboundary region

Annegret Haase – Ethnic minorities at the Polish eastern border between integration and exclusion – current prospects and problems

Juraj Tej – Possibilities of cross-border co-operation in multicultural regions

Andrea Székely-Kotosz – The role of Slovenian minorities in the Hungary-Slovenia-Austria co-operation

 

Section IV. Borderlands as an asylum for war and political refugees and other issues

William Stanley – Electoral geography in a changing South – new minorities, old problems

Marek Sobczyński – Borderlands in Africa as an asylum for war and political refugees

Wiesław Drobek – Demographic and spatial structure of settlement belt in the Dukla region (the Lower Beskid mountain range)

Marek Furmankiewicz – Dimension of co-operation of local communities in intercommunal networks

Ewa Dawidejt-Jastrzębska, Aleksandra Trzcielińska-Polus – Polish population in the eastern states of the Federal Republic of Germany

Dodatkowe informacje

Rok wydania