Curriculum Vitae and Professional Summary of Antal Orkeny

Professor of Sociology



Date of birth: 06.01.1954.

Place of birth: Hungary

Home Address: H-1121. Budapest, Mese utca 5.

                         Phone and fax: 361-394-5091

Office Address: Social Sciences Faculty of Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest

1117 Budapest, Pazmany Setany 1/a., HUNGARY

Tel: 361-209-0555/extension 6827

Fax 361-372-2912

Email: orkeny@ludens.elte.hu

Education

Habilitated Doctor, 2003. ELTE

DSc, Doctor of Sciences, 2002. Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Ph.D., 1996, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Doctoral Degree, 1986, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest: Sociology

MA. 1973-1978, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest: History and Sociology

Professional Experiences

Current Position

2004- Professor, Social Sciences Faculty, Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest

1992- Lecturer at the Education Abroad Program of University of California (ELTE)

Professional History

2005-2006: Visiting lecturer, European Master Program in Human Rights and Democratization, Venice-the Lido, Italy

2000 –2004: Szechenyi Professor Fellowship

2002 October – 2003, February: Associate Fellow, Collegium Budapest, Focus Group on Honesty and Trust

2001 Fall (October): Visiting Fellow at the Central Archive for Empirical Social Research, University Cologne

1999 Spring: Fulbright Visiting Fellow, Department of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania, USA

1997- 2004 Associate Professor of Sociology, Social Sciences Faculty, Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest

1995 Spring: Visiting Professor, JPTE, Pecs

1995– 1999 Lecturer at the Hungarian Film Academy

1995 Fall: Guest lecturer at Bard Collage, N.Y.

1994 Spring term: Visiting Professor, Political Science Department, Oregon State University, Corvallis, US

1991– 1993 Lecturer at the Budapest Program of The American University, Washington DC.(ELTE)

1993 Spring term: IREX Visiting Professor, ISR, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

1992 Summer term: Assistant Professor, ISPSR, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

1991– 1996 Visiting Professor, JATE, Szeged

1988– 1989 and 1990-1991: Lecturer at the Education Abroad Program of University of California and Wisconsin (Economic University of Budapest)

1986- 1997 Assistant Professor of Sociology, Institute of Sociology, Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest

1984 Spring term: Assistant Professor of Political Sciences, East European Fellowship Program, Columbia University N.Y.

1987– 1997 Associate Professor of Sociology, Institute of Sociology, Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest

1978– 1986: Assistant Lecturer of Sociology, Institute of Sociology, Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest

Administrative Experience

2006– Director, Institute for Social Relations, Social Sciences Faculty, ELTE

1997– Head of ELTE-UNESCO Minority Studies Department, Social Sciences Faculty, Eotvos Lorand University

2008– Academic liaison of the Educational Abroad Program of the University of California at the Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest

l992– 2007 Academic director of the Educational Abroad Program of the University of California at the Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest

2005–2007 Director, Collage of Excellence, Social Sciences Faculty, ELTE

1995–1996 Director of Minority Research Institute

1993– 1997 Director of Ethnic and Minority Studies Program, Institute of Sociology, Eotvos Lorand University

1991– 1992 Executive Board Member for Foreign Relations, Institute of Sociology, Eotvos Lorand University

Teaching Experiences

Twentieth century social history of Hungary

Theoretical and empirical problems of social mobility and social stratification

Research seminar on social mobility

Introduction to political sociology

Sociology of political ideologies and political legitimation

The social construction of values, beliefs and attitudes in the contemporary Hungarian society

Social justice, political justice, individual justice in a comparative perspective

Construction of knowledge of national identity and national stereotypes

Inter-ethnic relations

Generational justice

Deliberative poll

Cross-national survey method

Research Fields

Sociology of higher education from a statistical aspect

The social background and aspirations of university students at the ELTE

Social stratification and social mobility (historical approach)

The recruitment of post-1945 communist cadres in Hungary through the life-span analyses of certain groups of cadres

Statistical analyses of the officers of the Austro-Hungarian Army

Ideological-political orientations of certain professional groups in Hungary during the transitional period

Political-cultural elite in Hungary and the transition toward a new social system

National identity and national stereotypes in cross national comparative perspectives

Social history of socialism in Hungary

Cross-national comparative research method

Cross-national survey of everyday social justice norms

Inter-ethnic relations in the Carpathian basin

The coexistence strategies of the Roma and the non-Roma population in Hungary

Successful Romany Life Courses

Social and economic trust in new democracies

Social resources of success in post-socialist market democracies

Roma and non-Roma about Roma and non-Roma: MAGYAR AGORA 2005 project, the first Deliberative Poll© in Hungary

Social determinants of Migration in the Carpathian basin

New migration trends in Hungary

Generational Justice in comparative perspective

Main projects in the last 5 years

OSI (Open Society Institute), 2001-2002 „Monitoring the EU: Accession Process: Minority Protection”

Collegium Budapest, 2001-2003 “Honesty and Trust: Theory and Experience in the Light of Post-Socialist Transformation Focus Group”

National Fund for Scientific Research (OTKA), 2001-2005 “Successful Romany Life Courses”

National Fund for Scientific Research (OTKA), 2002-2005 “The stock of knowledge of national identity in an cross-national comparison”

Hungarian Prime Minister Office, 2005 “Changing social justice norms in Hungary between 1990 and 2005”

University of Bielefeld, 2005-2009, „GFE Group-Focused Enmity in Europe”

Open Society Institute - Hungarian Prime Minister Office - Program OT - Small Democracy Found, 2006 “Deliberative Poll© in Hungary”

Ministry of Labor - TARKI, 2006-2007 „Expected migration Potential of the Romanian Citizens after the enrollment of Romania into the EU (with a special focus on the ethnic Hungarians in Romanian)”

SIXTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME PRIORITY 7, 2006-2008 „Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge Based Society “Multicultural Democracy and Immigrants’ Social Capital in Europe: Participation, Organizational Networks, and Public Policies at the Local Level”, main researcher

National Fund for Scientific Research (OTKA), 2007 „Everyday Justice Judgements and Generational Justice in Central-Europe”

ENRI-East 2008. Interplay of European, National and Regional Identities: nations between states along the new eastern borders of the European Union, main researcher

Professional Societies

Member of Hungarian Sociological Association

President of the HSA, 2004

Member of the Hungarian National UNESCO Committee

Member of the Doctoral Committee of HAS

MTA Minority Research Institute, Academic Directorial Board

International Society for Justice Research Association

ERCOMER Fellow Board

Previous:

Sociological Division of Hungarian National Science Foundation 1998-2002

Editorial Board member of Sociological Inquiry (2000-2001 )

Founder and editor of the periodical called Replika (1990-1995)

Awards

2008: Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic (civil division), Knight Cross

Pro Cultura Scientiae, 2 times

Persons for Reference

Kim Lane Scheppele, professor of law and sociology, The Law School, University of Pennsylvania, Tel: 1-215-898-7674, email: kscheppe@law.upenn.edu

Istvan Deak, professor of History, Columbia University, Institute on East Central Europe, Tel: 1-212-865-4797, email: id1@columbia.edu

Major Conferences during the Last Five Years

AAASS 27th National Convention 1995, Washington DC, panel: Is Feminism Dormant in Eastern Europe, discussant

AAASS 28th National Convention 1996, Boston, panel: Perception of Social Injustice in the Post-Communist States, paper: “Trends in Perception of Social Injustice in Hungary, 1989-1996”

International Network for Social Justice Research in Potsdam/Germany 1997, paper: „Perception of Social Injustice in Hungary”

ZERP University of Bremen 1997, conference on Justice and Solidarity in Post-Communist Societies of Central and Eastern Europe, paper: „Privatization and Marketization and Social Justice”

Bellagio Study and Conference Center in Italy 1997, conference: Justice in Transition, discussant

NIAS Wassenaar/The Netherlands 1997, First Dutch-Hungarian Conference on Inter-Ethnic Relations, workshop discussant

NIAS Wassenaar/The Netherlands 1997, Second Dutch-Hungarian Conference on Inter-Ethnic Relations, workshop discussant

Communitarianism, Liberalism and Democratic Reforms in Post communist Societies, St. Petersburg 1998, paper: Perception of Justice in East and West

AAASS 30th National Convention 1998, Florida, panel: New Trends in Interethnic Relation in Romania, paper: “Fears and hopes in the multicultural society of Transylvania”

SASE Conference in Vienna 1998, panel:Perceptions of Social Justice in Post-Communist Transformation, paper: Distributive Justice and Institution Approval in East-Central Europe in 1991 and 1996.

Association for the Study of Nationalities, 4th Annual World Convention 1999, panel: New trends in inter-ethnic relations in Romania, paper: “Willingness to Move in Contemporary Romania”

International Society for Social Justice Research in Rishon LeZion, Israel, September 18-21, 2000, eloadas: „Justice Issues in Societal Change”

AAASS 32th National Convention 2000, Denver, panel: Harmony and Conflict in the Carpathian Basin, paper: “Relations between National Minorities and Majorities in South Slovakia and Rumania”

AAA 99th National Convention 2000, San Francisco, panel: The Roma in Post Socialist Westerland, paper: “The social mobility of the Hungarian Roma”

East Central Europe: from Where to Where?” Budapest, 15-17 February, 2001 a seminar organized by: East Central Europe/ L’Europe du Centre-Est Eine wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift, paper titled: Political Transition and Social Justice in Eastern and Central Europe

15th Congress of European Psychology Students, Budapest, 3-10 April, 2001, panel: An example from Hungary: Situation of the Gypsies, paper: “Attitudes and Stereotypes of Hungarian Policemen toward Gypsies”

Nemzeti es Etnikai kisebbsegek reszvetele a kozeletben” Budapest, 8 May, 2001 a seminar organized by Collegium Budapest and Wallenberg Institute, University of Lund, paper titled: Media es kisebbsegpolitika

A statusztorveny varhato migracios hatasa” Budapest, 2002. May 30., in a conference titled Valtozasok a Karpat-medence etnikai ter- es identitasszerkezeteben, organized by MTA Kisebbsegkutato Intezet

Etnikai konfliktusmodell Del-Szlovakiaban es Erdelyben” Budapest, 2002. May 30., in a conference titled Valtozasok a Karpat-medence etnikai ter- es identitasszerkezeteben, organized by MTA Kisebbsegkutato Intezet

Social mobility among Hungarian Roma during the post-socialist transition”, in ASN Special convention "Nationalism, identities and regional co-operation: Compatibilities and Incompatibilities" 4-9 June 2002 Forlì Italy

Xenophobia in East and West: A comparative perspective” in Understanding Xenophobia in Eastern Europe Workshop of the Humanities Center and the Center for Policy Studies Central European University, Budapest, Nador Street 9 21-22 June 2002

National Identity in Cross-National Comparison”, ZA Annual User Meeting, Cologne GE, January 23, 2003.

Hungarian national identity, nationalism and the concept of Europe”, at the Sixth European Regional Congress International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology 12-16 July, 2003., Budapest, Hungary

A nemzeti identias valtozasa, 1995-2003”, at the conference on “Nemzet a tarsadalomban”, Budapest: Teleki Laszlo Alapitvany - Teleki Laazlo Intezet, September 18-19. 2003.

The Role of Family, School and Friends in the Development of Successful Romany Life Courses“, Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 8 (Thursday) to January 11 (Sunday) 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii

Hungarian National Identity Transition”, Warsaw Special Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities, Warsaw University, July 18-21, 2004

Nemzeti identitas a Karpat-medenceben: Ausztria, Magyarorszag, Csehorszag, es Szlovakia osszehasonlito elemzese.” Identitasproblemak a 21. szazadban c. konferencia, Forum Intezet, Somorja, Szlovakia, 2005. 02. 24-25.

The Politics of Recognition and the Case of the Roma Minority in Hungary “, Recognition and Access, IPSA RC14 meeting in Budapest, August 25-27, 2005.

Inter-ethnic relations and conflicts in the Carpathian Basin”, intensive seminar at the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratization, in the COURSE VENUE: European Master's Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation, Monastery of San Nicolò, Venice-The Lido, Italy, 2005. 10. 24-26.

Valaszuton. Az egyetemi hallgatok tarsadalmi korulmenyeinek, tanulmanyi hatterenek alakulasa”, Az oktatasi expanzio es az egyetemistak c. konferencia, 2005. 12. 13., Zsigmond Kiraly Foiskola

A romakkal szembeni eloitelek csokkentesenek rendhagyo kiserlete: a deliberativ (gondolkodtato) kozvelemeny-kutatas modszere es eredmenyessege ”, az MTA Etnikai-nemzeti Kisebbsegkutato intezetenek konferenciaja Etnikai sztereotipiak es tarsadalmi tavolsagok cimmel, 2006. majus 24-25., MTA, Budapest

National Identity in Central Europe: Prospects and Traumas ”, plenary talk in the Budapest Workshop of the European Association for Transcultural Group Analysis (EATGA), Budapest: CEU, May 25., Budapest

Changes and Uniformity in Normative Justice Judgments in Hungary ; a Cross-National and Time Comparison (1991, 1996, 2005)”, 11th International Social Justice Conference: Social Justice in a World of Change: Interdisciplinary Approaches, Berlin, August 2-5, 2006

Escaping the Grip of Ethnicity-specific Poverty, Successful Roma Life-Courses “, Temps, Espaces, Langages. Colloque anniversaire international du CIEH, Sorbonne nouvelle – Paris 3, Paris, du 7 au 9 decembre 2006

"1956 means nothing to me, as I was not even born then ..." What Was This? "Blitzconference" - Rapid Conference on the Commemoration of the Revolutions Fiftieth Anniversary, Open Society Archive, December 1, 2006.

National Identity in Central Europe; Prospects and Trauma”, Conference: A Europe without Adjectives? Transformations of Mentality and Identity in Central Europe after the Breakdown of Communism. Sept 7 – 8, 2007, University of Copenhagen

Role of Trust in Social and Political Integration of Chinese, Muslim, and Ethnic Hungarian Migrant Groups in Urban Surroundings: The Budapest Study”, Conference on The transatlantic challenges of migration and ethnic groupies In contemporary democracies. The Fondation Nationale Des Sciences Politiques & The University Of Pittsburgh, May 23-24, 2008, Paris

Ethnic diversity and competitiveness’. The Hungarian situation”, Diversity – As a Pillar of Your Competitiveness, Conference organized by the American Chambers of Conference, Budapest , September 22, 2008

Prejudice against Romany people in Hungary. The social and cognitive basis”, conference organized by the Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna October 10, 2008.

Snowball sampling techniques and fieldwork organization in Hungary”, ESF Exploratory Workshop on Surveying Immigrant Population in Studies of Social and Political Participation: Methodological and Technical Challenges, Madrid (Spain), 16-18 October 2008

National identity and/or European identity”, conference organized by CEU Center for EU Enlargement Studies (CENS) and the French Institute titled “National and European Identities: Current Events and Future Trends”, November 27-28, 2008.

Varying Normative Justice Judgments in Hungary An Extensive Time Comparison: 2001, 1995, 2005, 2008”ISJP Workshop International Social Justice Project, Germany-Israel-Hungary, University of Haifa, Israel, May 6-10 2009

A szociologia holtagban. A magyar szociologia helyzete a rendszervatast koveto evtizedekben”, Magyar Szociologiai Tarsasag Rendkivüli kozgyulesen, Budapest: MTA, 2009. majus 20.

Publications

Books:

1990: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ Az Alkony. A mai magyar ertelmiseg ideologiai-politikai optikaja az 1980-as evek vegen. (Twilight; Ideological-Political Belief Systems in Hungary in the Late 80's) Budapest: ELTE

1991: /with Maria M. Kovacs/ Kaderek. (The Newcomers) Budapest: ELTE

1992: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ Ideology and Political Beliefs in Hungary. The Twilight of State Socialism. London and New York: Pinter Publishers

1997: Hetkoznapok igazsaga. Igazsagossagi felfogasok egy nemzetkozi osszehasonlitas tükreben. (Everyday Justice. Perception of Social Justice in a Comparative Perspective) Budapest: Uj Mandatum Kiado

1998: /with Ildiko Szabo / Tizenevesek allampolgari kulturaja (Civic Culture of Hungarian Teenagers), Budapest: Minoritas Konyvek 5., Kisebbsegkutato Intezet

1998: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Timea Szabados/ Valaszuton a magyar oktatasi rendszer (Hungarian Education System on the Cross-road), Budapest: Uj Mandatum Kiado

2000: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / Grappling with National Identity. How Nations See Each Others in Central Europe. Budapest, Akademiai Kiado

2002: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / Nemzetek egymas tukreben. Interetnikus viszonyok a Karpat-medenceben (Nations in Mirror. Inter-Ethnic Relations in the Carpathian Basin). Budapest, Balassi Kiado

2005: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Ildiko Barna / A siker fenytoresei (Success in Refraction). Budapest, Sik Kiado,

2007: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Janos Poor, Zoltan Varhalmi / Nemzeti erzes es europai identitas. (National Sentiments and European Identity) Budapest: Arktisz Kiado

Chapters of Books:

1995: /with Kluegel, J.R. - Csepeli, Gy. - Kolosi, T. - Nemenyi, M./ "Accounting for Rich and Poor: Egzistential Justice in Comparative Perspective", in Social Justice and Political Change (eds) James Kluegel et al, New York: Aldine de Gruyter, pp. 179-208.

2000: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Louk Hagendoorn / "Research. Representation of Coexistance in Transylvania, Slovaks and Hungarians in South Slovakia, Majority and Minority in Hungary " in (P. Huncik ed.) Confidence Building in the Carpathian Basin, Bratislava: Sandor Marai Foundataion, pp. 24-157.

2000: /with Gyorgy Csepeli / "Hungary: State of Nation Obsessed by Threatened Extinction ", in L. Hagendoorn, Gy. Csepeli, H. Dekker, R. Farnen (eds) European Nations and Nationalism. Theoretical and Historical Perspectives, Aldershot-England: Ashgate, pp. 373-394.

2000: /David S. Mason and James R. Kluegel with Ludmila Khakhulina, Petr Mateju, Antal Orkeny, Alexander Stoyanov, Bernd Wegener/: Marketing Democracy: Changing Opinion About Inequality and Politics in East Central Europe. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 98-122.

2001: /with Karen Phalet/ “Ethnic minorities and interethnic relations: National configurations and cross-national dimensions”, in: Orkeny-Phalet (szerk.) Ethnic Minorities and Inter-Ethnic Relations in Context: A Dutch-Hungarian encounter. Aldershot-England: Ashgate, pp. 1-42.

2001: /with Gyorgy Csepeli and Maria Szekelyi / “Attitudes and Stereotypes of Hungarian Police toward Gypsies “, in: Orkeny- Phalet (szerk.) Ethnic Minorities and Inter-Ethnic Relations in Context: A Dutch-Hungarian encounter. Aldershot-England: Ashgate, pp. 217-230.

2001: /with Ildiko Szabo/ “Representations of minorities among Hungarian children”, in: Orkeny- Phalet (szerk.) Ethnic Minorities and Inter-Ethnic Relations in Context: A Dutch-Hungarian encounter. Aldershot-England: Ashgate, pp. 139-160.

2002: „Kisebbsegvedelem Magyarorszagon”, in. Az EU csatlakozasi folyamat nyomonkovetese: Kisebbsegvedelem, EU Accession Monitoring Program, Budapest, OSI, pp. 73-125.

2002: „Minority Protection in Hungary”, in. Monitoring the EU: Accession Process: Minority Protection, Volume 1., Budapest, Open Society Institute, pp. 245-296.

2004: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Ildiko Barna / „Blindness to success. Social-psychological objectives along the way to a market economy in Eastern Europe”, in. Kornai, J. – Rothstein, B. – Rose-Ackeman, S. (eds.) Creating Social Trust in Post-Socialist Transition, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.213-240.

2006: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Ildiko Barna / „Sikervaksag: Szocialpszichologiai akadalyok a piacgazdasaghoz vezeto uton Kelet-Europaban” /Blindness to success. Social-psychological objectives along the way to a market economy in Eastern Europe /, in. Kornai, J. – Rothstein, B. – Rose-Ackeman, S. (eds.) Tisztesseg es bizalom a posztszocialista atmenet fenyeben. Budapest: Nemzeti Tankonyvkiado, pp.227-256.

2006: /with Maria Szekelyi/ „Europai identitas az Unioban es Magyarorszagon” (European Identity in Europe and Hungary), in. Hegedüs, I. (szerk.) A magyarok bemenetele. Tagallamkent a bovülo Europai Unioban. Budapest: Demokracia Kutatasok Magyar Kozpontja KHT., pp. 45-70.

2007: /with Maria Szekelyi/ „Romak es magyarok egymasrol; A deliberacio elotti helyzetkep” (Roma and NonRoma people about Each Others. The predeliberative attitudes of the Hungarian population toward the Roma minority), in. MAGYAR AGORA 2005. Deliberativ kozvelemenykutatas a magyarorszagi romak es nem romak viszonyarol (eds.) Antal Orken-Maria Szekelyi, Budapest: ELTE TaTK, pp. 41-78.

2007: /with Maria Szekelyi/ „Eselyegyenloseg es igazsagossag” (Equal opportunity and soclal justice), in. MAGYAR AGORA 2005. Deliberativ kozvelemenykutatas a magyarorszagi romak es nem romak viszonyarol. (eds.) Antal Orken-Maria Szekelyi, Budapest: ELTE TaTK, pp. 279-284.

Editorial works:

1998: /with Gyorgy Csepeli and Maria Szekelyi/: Kisebbsegszociologia. (Textbook on Sociology of Minorities), Minoritas Konyvek 4., Minoritas Alapitvany

1999: /with Fokasz Nikosz/: Magyarorszag tarsadalomtortenete III. (1945-1989). 1-2 kotet /Social History of Hungary Volume III. 1945-1989, Textbook/, Budapest, Uj Mandatum Kiado

1999: Andrew Arato: Civil tarsadalom, forradalom es alkotmany (Civil Society, Revolution and Constitution), Budapest: Uj Mandatum Kiado

2000: /with Fokasz Nikosz/: Magyarorszag tarsadalomtortenete III. (1945-1989). 1-2 kotet /Social History of Hungary, Volume III. 1945-1989, Textbook, second edition, Budapest, Uj Mandatum Kiado

2001: /with Karen Phalet/ Ethnic Minorities and Inter-Ethnic Relations in Context: A Dutch-Hungarian encounter, Amsterdam: Ashgate-ERCOMER

2002: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/: Gyulolet es politika. /Hate and Politics/, Budapest: Kisebbsegkutato Intezet – FES

2003: Menni vagy maradni? Kedvezmenytorveny es migracios varakozasok (To stay or to go? The Hungarian status bill and its effect on the migration potencial), Budapest: Sik Kiado

2007: MAGYAR AGORA 2005. Deliberativ kozvelemenykutatas a magyarorszagi romak es nem romak viszonyarol. /Tarsszerkeszto: Szekelyi Maria/, Budapest: ELTE TaTK

Articles:

1978: Onkentes tarsadalmi egyesületek Magyarorszagon 1850-tol 1945-ig. /Voluntary Associations in Hungary between 185o and 1945/, diploma work 1978

1979: A felsofoku oktatasra vonatkozo statisztikak elemzese. /Statistical Analysis on the Data about Higher Education/, Budapest:ELTE

1981: /with Maria M. Kovacs/ "Szakerettsegisek" (Workers' Faculties), Mozgo Vilag 5, pp.102-110.

1982: /with Maria M. Kovacs/ "Itthagyom en ez egesz cirkuszt..." (An Interview with Sandor Juhasz), Mozgo Vilag 3, pp.3-17.

1983: Otodeves budapesti egyetemistak tarsadalmi szarmazasanak es szakmai aspiraciojanak vizsgalata (Survey of the Social Origins and the Professional Aspirations of Fifth-Year University Students at the University of Budapest), Budapest: ELTE

1986: /with Maria M. Kovacs/ "Promoted Cadres and Professionals in Post-War Hungary" in. Andorka, R. and Bertalan, L. (eds.) Economy and Society in Hungary, Hungarian Sociological Studies 3., Budapest: MKKE, pp.139-153

1989: "A tarsadalmi mobilitas torteneti perspektivai" (Historical Perspectives of Social Mobility), Valosag 4, pp.20-35.

1990: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "A mai magyar tarsadalomban zajlo politikai pluralizalodasrol" (Modelling Party-changes in the Recent Hungarian Society) in Simon,J.-Szabo, J. (eds.) A modellvaltas anatomiaja, Budapest: Tarsadalomtudomanyi Intezet, pp.194-204.

1990: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "A csendes forradalom. Magyarorszag menekülese a kommunizmusbol" (Silent Revolution. Escape from Communism in Hungary) in Varnai,Gy. (ed.) "Logosz" , Budapest:ELTE, pp.39-47.

1990: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Jogtudat es eloitelet a '90-es evek Magyarorszagan" (Legal Consciousness and Prejudice) Vilagossag 8-9, pp.678-684.

1990: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Ideologia es tarsadalom az 1980-eas evek vegen" (Ideology and Society at the End of the 80'), in Bayer,J. (ed.) Tükor altal homalyosan, Budapest: MTA Tarsadalomtudomanyi Intezete

1990: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Zametki po povodu odnova sociologicseszkogo iszledovanyia", in Vengerskij Meridian 4, pp.102-112.

1991: "Feluton - Megjegyzesek a tarsadalmi mobilitas magyarorszagi kutatasanak elmult ket evtizederol" (Half-way - Some Remarks about the investigations of social mobility in the last two decades in Hungary) Replika 1991/1., pp. 14-24.

1991: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Politikai-ideologiai inkonzisztenciak es a rendszervaltas" (Political-Ideological Inconsistencies and the Transition in Hungary) Tarsadalomkutatas 1990/3-4, pp.25-32.

1991: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Ideologiai-politikai nezetek a tarsadalmi rendszervaltas folyamataban" (Ideological- Political Beliefs and the Transition in Hungary), in Csendes? Forradalom? Volt?, Budapest: Twins Konferencia-Füzetek 3., pp.162-169.

1991: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Nemzet, polgar, allam" (Nation, State and Citizenship), Europai Utas 1991/4. pp.41-47.

1991: "Elotanulmany a rendhagyo kepzes es a tarsadalmi mobilitas kapcsolatanak 1945 utani tortenetehez"(Preparatory Study of History of Social Mobility in Hungary after 1945) in Tarsadalom es felsooktatas, Budapest:Felsooktatasi Koordinacios Iroda, pp.19-37.

1992: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Coexistence of Hidden Cognitive Representations of Socialism and Capitalism in Hungarian Society", Working Papers #2 in International Survey on Social Justice

1992: "Social Mobility and the New Elite in Hungary" in Andorka,R.-Hadas,M. (ed.) Papers Presented at the Conference in the IUCPS, Sociological Working Papers, Budapest University of Economy pp.255-268.

1992: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "From Unjust Equality to Just Inequality", The New Hungarian Quarterly No.126 Vol XXXIII, pp.71-77

1992: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Tamas Kolosi, Maria Nemenyi/ "A gazdagsag es szegenyseg okaira adott magyarazatok rejtett normativ szempontjai Magyarorszagon", /Hidden Normative Explanations for Wealth and Poverty in Hungary/ Szociologiai Szemle 1992/3, pp.21-42.

1992: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Water under the Brigde, or How Can Conflicts Be solved?", East European Reporter, Volume 5, Number 5

1992: /with Gyorgy Csepeli and Maria Nemenyi/ "Jovotlen ertekeink", /Our Futureless Values/ in Andorka,R.-Kolosi,T.-Vukovics,Gy. (eds.) Tarsadalmi Riport 1992, Budapest:Tarki, pp.334-358.

1993: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Conflicting Loyalties, Citizenship, and National Identity in Hungary and Eastern Europe", in Russel F. Farnen (ed.) Reconceptualizing Politics, Socialization and Education: International Perspectives for the 21st Century, BIS: Leiden and Oldenburg, pp.120-132

1993: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Social Change, Political Beliefs, and Everyday Expectations in Hungarian Society", Knowledge and Policy, Summer 1992, Volume 5, Number 2, pp.68-77.

1993: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Az elitpercepcio kognitiv es tarsadalmi meghatarozoi a mai Magyarorszagon"(Cognitive and Social Determinants of Perception of Elite in the Recent Hungarian Society), Valosag 1993/12, pp. 47-58

1993: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Igazsagok vasara" (The Vanity Fair of Justice), Lettre Internationale 1993/11, pp. 43-46

1993: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Political and Ideological Inconsistencies and a Change of Regime", RCPE Bulletin, Volume 11/12, No. 23-24, pp. 12-20

1993: /with Csepeli, Gy. - Kolosi, T. - Nemenyi, M./ "Our Futurless Values: The Forms of Justice and Injustice Perception in Hungary in 1991", Social Research, vol. 60, No. 4 (Winter 1993)

1994: "Everyday Perception of Social Juctice as a Cognitive Wall between East and West", International Sociological Association, Association Paper, 94329127

1994: "Az ertelmisegi szerep konfliktusai az 1990-es evek politikai rendszervaltasa soran" (Conflicting Roles of Intellectuels during the Political Transition from State Socialism to Democracy), INFO-Tarsadalomtudomany 28.sz. (1994 aprilis), pp.59-65

1994: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Perceptions of Social Inequality in Hungarian Society", in Seligman, A. (ed) Comparative Social Research, Volume 14, pp. 173-192.

1994: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Political Belief System in Hungary and the Transition from State Socialism", in Seligman... pp. 111-129.

1994: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Social Change, Political Beliefs, and Everyday Expectations in Hungarian Society: A Comparative View", in Kovacs, J.M. (ed) Transition to Capitalism? The Communist Legacy in Eastern Europe, New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, pp. 259-274.

1994: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "The Problem of Social Justice", in Nationalism, Ethnic Conflicts and Conceptions of Citizenship and Democracy in Western and Eastern Europe, Vol. 1. Theories and Concepts, ERCOMER: Utrecht, pp. 101-106.

1994: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Hungary ", in Nationalism, Ethnic Conflicts and Conceptions of Citizenship and Democracy in Western and Eastern Europe, Vol. 2. National Perspectives, ERCOMER: Utrecht, pp. 67-78.

1995: "A kisebbsegek csipkerozsika alma es a szociologus herceg esete", Replika 17-18 szam, pp.260-273

1995: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Politikai aramlatok percepcioja napjainkban, az ertekek es fogalmak valtozasa tükreben" (Perception of Political Orientations in Hungary through the Changes of Values and Themes), in Boka, M. (ed) Tarsadalmunk (szemely) azonossaga, Szekesfehervar, pp 105-124.

1995: /with Ildiko Szabo/: "A tizennegy-tizenot evesek es a kisebbsegek" (The teenagers and the minorities in Hungary), Iskolakultura, V. evfolyam, pp. 19-47.

1995: "A tarsadalom szerkezetenek valtozasa" (Changes in Social Stratification in Hungary), in Boka, M .(ed) Tarsadalmunk (szemely)azonossaga, Szekesfehervar, pp 68-86.

1995: /with Ildiko Szabo/: "A tizennegy-tizenot evesek interkulturalis vilagkepe" (The multicultural knowledge of the Hungarian teenagers), Regio, 4. issue, pp. 83-120.

1995 "From Injustice to Justice", Balkan Network Newsletter, Issue #2, April, pp. 17-26.

1995: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Coexistence of Hidden Cognitive Representations of Socialism and Capitalism in Hungarian Society", in Gasparini, A. - Yadov, V. (eds) Social Actors and Designing the Civil Society of Eastern Europe, London: JAI Press, pp. 65-72.

1996: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Ferenc Eros, Maria Nemenyi/ "Political Change - Psychological Change. Conversion Strategies in Hungary during the Transition from State Socialism to Democracy", Discussion Paper Series, #28., Collegium Budapest, Institute for Advanced Study

1996: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/: "Jelkepek es eszmek az europai nemzeti himnuszokban" (Symbols and Ideas in European National Anthems), Regio, 2. szam, pp. 3-34.

1996: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "The Changing Facets of Hungarian Nationalism", Social Research, vol. 63, No. 1 (Spring 1996), pp. 247-286.

1996: /with Gyorgy Csepeli and Kim Lane Schappele/ "Acquired Immune Deficieny Syndrome in Social Science in Eastern Europe: The Colonization of East European Social Science", Social Research, vol. 63, No. 2 (Summer 1996), pp. 487-510.

- the same paper has appeared with some comments on it and with our response to our critics (and to our supporters) in REPLIKA, Special Issue 1996, titled ‘Colonization or Partnership? Eastern Europe and Western Social Sciences’, (eds) Miklos Hadas and Miklos Voros, Budapest, pp. 111-124, 143-151.

1996: "A magyar tarsadalom szerkezetenek valtozasa (1990-1994)", /Social Change in Hungary between 1990 and 1994/, in Szabo Karoly (ed.) Kozmuvelodesi Tanulmanyok, 1996. Pecs:JPTE, pp. 39-52.

1996: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "A magyar nacionalizmus valtozo arca ", /The Changing Facets of Hungarian Nationalism/ in Andorka,R.-Kolosi,T.-Vukovics,Gy. (eds.) Tarsadalmi Riport 1996, Budapest:Tarki, pp. 272-295.

1996: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ "Aspecte Schimbatoare ale Nationalismului Maghiar", Revista de Cercetari Sociale, 1996/2., pp. 105-

1996: /with Ildiko Szabo/: "A tizennegy-tizenot evesek interkulturalis vilagkepe" (The multicultural knowledge of the Hungarian teenagers), in Terestyeni, T. (ed.) Tobbseg-Kisebbseg (Majority-Minorities), Budapest: Osiris Konyvkiado es az MTA-ELTE Kommunikacioelmeleti Kutatocsoport, pp. 161-235.

1996: /with Konstantinos Nakos, Panagiotis Vallianatos/: ‘The perception of Otherness and the Symptom of Xenophobia in Greece and Hungary’, Balkan Network Newsletter, Issue #6, December, pp. 77-106.

1996: /with David Mason and Svetlana Siderenko/ “Increasingly Fond Memories of a Grim Past”, Transition, Vol. 3, No. 5., pp. 15-19.

1997: /with Ildiko Szabo/: "A szervezett tarsadalmi cselekvesi formak es a fiatalok. Egy empirikus vizsgalat nehany tapasztalata " (The Young Generation and Forms of Social Participation), in Gyermek- es ifjusagi szervezetek az ezredfordulon, Zanka, pp. 38-51.

1997: /with Ildiko Szabo/: "A tizennegy-tizenot evesek interkulturalis vilagkepe" (The multicultural knowledge of the Hungarian teenagers), in Vajda Imre (ed.) Periferian. Roma szociologiai tanulmanyok, Budapest: Adriadne Alapitvany, pp. 413-470.

1997: /with Ildiko Szabo/: "Magyar kozepiskolasok politikai erzelmei es ismeretei" (The Political Emotions and Knowledge of Hungarian Youth), in Politikatudomanyi Szemle, 97/3, pp. 31-70.

1997: /with Ildiko Szabo/: "Kozepiskolasok tarsadalmi cselekvesi mintai" (The Models of Political Actions among Hungarian Youth), in Iskolakultura, VII. issue, 97/11, pp. 39-58.

1997: /with Ildiko Szabo/: "Valahol Kozep-Europaban - magyar kozepiskolasok Europa-kepe " (Somewhere in Central Europe - The Image of Europe among Hungarian High School Students’), in Uj Pedagogiai Szemle, 1997 November, pp. 44-61.

1997: /with Gyorgy Csepeli and Maria Szekelyi/, ‘Szertelen Modszerek’ (The Borders and Limits of Non-Discriminatory Behavior), in. Szoveggyujtemeny a kisebbsegi ügyek rendorsegi kezelesenek tanulmanyozasahoz., (Textbook for Analysing Minority Issues in Police Practice), Budapest: COLPI, pp. 130-172.

1997: /with Ildiko Szabo/: "Nemzet es magyarsag a 14-15 evesek gondolkodasaban " (Nation and Nationhood in the Cognition of Elementary School Students’), in Szabo, M. (ed) Szovegvalosag: Irasok a szimbolikus es diszkurziv politikarol, Budapest: Scientia Humana, pp. 273-286.

1997: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/, ‘The Imagery of National Anthems in Europe’ in. Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism, vol. XXIV, No. 1-2, pp 33-41.

1997: /with Kim Lane Schappele/ ”Rule of Law. The Complecity of Loyalty in Hungary”, International Journal of Sociology, 1996-1997, 26. 4., winter, pp. 76-94.

1997: “Indulo helyzetfelmeres es kutatasi beszamolo a Szivbarat Programrol” (Heart Healthy Nutrition in Hungary, Survey Project Summary), Budapest: Szonda Ipsos, Szivbarat Program Kiadvanyai 1.

1998: “eletmod es taplalkozas Kalocsan” (People’s life style, health condition, and nutrition in Kalocsa), Budapest: Szonda Ipsos, Szivbarat Program Kiadvanyai 3.

1998: “Taplalkozasi es eletvezetesi szokasok 1997 oszen” (Heart Healthy Nutrition in Hungary, Survey Project Summary), Budapest: Szonda Ipsos, Szivbarat Program Kiadvanyai 4.

1998: /with Gyorgy Csepeli and Kim Lane Schappele/ ”A kelet-europai tarsadalomtudomany szerzett immunhianyos betegsegenek tünetei”(Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome in Social Science in Eastern Europe: The Colonization of East European Social Science), Kozgazdasagi Szemle, vol. XLV, marcius, pp. 247-260.

1998: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/, ‘Nemzetek a lelkekben’ (Nations in the Souls. International Comparative Investigation into National identity), Kritika 98-9 Szeptember, pp. 3-7.

1998: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Gabor Csere/ "Jelentes a tünderkertbol ", /Riport from the Fairy Garden / in Kolosi,T.- Toth I. Gy. - Vukovics,Gy. (eds.) Tarsadalmi Riport 1998, Budapest:Tarki, pp. 524-548.

1998: /with Maria Szekelyi / "Igazsagossag es legitimacio ", /Social Justice and Legitimacy / in Kolosi,T.- Toth I. Gy. - Vukovics,Gy. (eds.) Tarsadalmi Riport 1998, Budapest:Tarki, pp. 549-571.

1998: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Gabor Csere/ "Dunanak Oltnak egy a hangja? Roman es magyar nemzeti latoszogek Erdelyben ", /National Identity of Hungarians and Romanians in Transylvania /, Limes 1998/4, pp. 93-111.

1998: /with Gyorgy Csepeli and Kim Lane Schappele/ ”Kelet es Nyugat kozott. A kelet-europai tarsadalomtudomany szerzett immunhianyos betegsegenek tünetei”(Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome in Social Science in Eastern Europe: The Colonization of East European Social Science), Replika 1998, teli szam, pp. 35-49.

1998: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ " Nemzetkozi osszehasonlito szociologiai vizsgalat a nemzeti identitasrol", /International Comparative Investigation into National identity / Szociologiai Szemle 1998/3, pp. 3-36.

1999: /with Gyorgy Csepeli and Maria Szekelyi /, ‘Hogyan lesz egy ember cigany’ (How someone becomes Gypsy), Kritika 99-3 Marcius, pp. 30-32.

1999: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Gabor Csere/ "Dunanak Oltnak egy a hangja? Roman es magyar nemzeti latoszogek Erdelyben "/National Identity in Transylvania among Hungarians and Romanians /, in Kotodesek Erdelyhez, Limes Konyvtar, Tatabanya: Alfa Press Kiado, pp. 315-337.

1999: /with Kim Lane Schappele/ ”Rule of Law: The Complexity of Legality in Hungary”, in Martin Kryger and Adam Czarnota (eds.) The Rule of Law after Communism. Sydney: Ashgate, pp. 55-76.

1999: ‘Rendszervaltas es igazsagerzet Magyarorszagon 1989 es 1995 kozott’ (Social Change and Social Justice in Hungary between 1989 and 1995, in. Igazsagossag,,  Budapest: FES, pp. 101-133.

1999: /with Maria Szekelyi / "Justice and Legitimacy: Post-Transformation Trends in Eastern Europe", in Kolosi,T.- Toth I. Gy. - Vukovics,Gy. (eds.) Social Report 1998, Budapest:Tarki, pp. 541-564.

1999: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Gabor Csere/ "Report from the Fairy Garden. The national Identity Models of Rumanian Hungarians and Hungarians", in Kolosi,T.- Toth I. Gy. - Vukovics,Gy. (eds.) Social Report 1998, Budapest:Tarki, pp. 519-540.

1999: /with Judit Lannert and Ildiko Szabo/: "Europai ertekek, europai orientaciok" (European Norms and Values among Hungarian Teenagers), Iskolakultura, IX. evfolyam, 99/8., pp. 3-17.

1999: /with Gyorgy Csepeli/ " International Comparative Investigation into the National identity ", Szociologiai Szemle, Special Issue in English, pp. 95-114.

1999: /with Stefan Liebig/ " Normativ legitimacio es igazsagossag " (Normative Legitimacy and Social Justice), in Szociologiai Figyelo, 1999:1-2, pp.129-140.

1999: "Perception of Justice in East and West ", in Communitarianism, Liberalism, and the Quest for Democracy in Post-Communist Societies (eds Koryushkin, A. &Meyer, G.), St. Petersburg University Press, pp. 155-186.

1999: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "A nemzeti-etnikai identitas valtozatlansaga es atalakulasa" (The Unchanging and Changing Profile of the National and Ethnic Identity), Kisebbsegkutatas, Vol. 8., Issue 4., pp. 499-514.

1999: "A tarsadalmi mobilitas torteneti perspektivai",(Historical perspectives of social mobility), in Magyarorszag tarsadalomtortenete III. (1945-1989). 1-2 kotet / eds. Nikosz Fokasz - Antal orkeny / Budapest, Uj Mandatum Kiado, pp. 177-192.

1999: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "Az együtteles reprezentacioi Erdelyben" (The representation of inter-ethnic relations in Transylvania), Szociologiai Szemle, 1999/3., pp. 73-95.

1999: /with Maria Szekelyi / "Igazsagossag es tarsadalomkep " (Justice and Society as it is Perceived), Szazadveg, 1999: Winter, pp. 87-113.

1999: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "Konfliktusok Erdelyben es Del-Szlovakiaban" (Conflicts in Transylvania and South-Slovakia), Szociologiai Szemle, 1999/4., pp. 100-113.

2000: /with Maria Szekelyi / "Starthelyzet es vegallomas: a rendszervaltas perspektivai" (Start Position and Terminus: the Perspectives of Transition in Eastern and Central Europe), 2000, January, pp. 14-19.

2000: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "The Steadiness and Transformation of National-Ethnic Identity", Minorities Research 2, Budapest: Lucidus, pp. 46-65.

2000: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "A sztereotipiak hatalma " (The power of stereotypes), Jelkep, 1. szam, pp. 3-22.

2000 /with Judit Lannert, Ildiko Szabo/: East of West, West of East. The Value Orientation of Hungarian Secondery School Students in the Mirror of an Empirical Survey. Razprave in Gradivo 35. Treatises and Documents, Ljubljana, Institute for Ethnic Studies, pp. 257-272.

2000: /with Ildiko Szabo/: " A tizenevesek nemzetfogalma " (National Identity of Hungarian teenagers), in  Pukanszky Bela (szerk.): A gyermek evszazada. Osiris, 2000. 102-134. oldal.

2000: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi/ "Nemzeti etnocentrizmus Kozep-Europaban", /Ethnocentrism in Central Europe/ in Kolosi,T.- Toth I. Gy. - Vukovics,Gy. (eds.) Tarsadalmi Riport 2000, Budapest:Tarki, pp. 617-635.

2000: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "Starthelyzet es vegallomas: a rendszervaltas perspektivai" (Start Position and Terminus: the Perspectives of Transition in Eastern and Central Europe), in Ivanyi, E. – Solymosi, Zs. (eds.) Irasok Huszar Tibor 70. születesnapjara, Budapest: ELTE Szociologiai Intezet, 2000, January, pp. 80--91.

2000: /with Ildiko Szabo/: " Le place de la Hongroie au sein de l’Europe vue par les lyceen ", Agora, No.22., 2000, 4.eme trimestre, pp. 97-112.

2000: /with Maria Szekelyi/: " Views on Social Inequality and the Role of State: Posttransformation Trends in Eastern and Central Europe", Social Justice Research, special issue on „Social Justice Beliefs in Transition: Eastern and Central Europe 1991-1996, 2000, volume 13., issue 2., june, pp. 199-218.

2000: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "Representations of Ethnic Co-existence in Transylvania", in. L. Nastasa – L. Salat (eds.) Interethnic Relations in Post-Communist Romania, Cluj-Napoca:  Ethnocultural Diversity Resource Center, pp. 133-162.

2000: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "Reprezentari ale coexistentei etnice in Transilvania", in. L. Nastasa – L. Salat (eds.) Relatii Interetnice in Romania Postcomunista, Cluj-Napoca:  Ethnocultural Diversity Resource Center, pp. 133-162.

2001: /with Maria Szekelyi / "Sikeres romak. Veletlen vagy kovetheto pelda? " (How Gypsies can be Successful in Contemporary Hungary), Dialogus, Vol. 1., Issue 1., January, pp. 76-89.

2001: /with Ildiko Szabo/: " Magyar kozepiskolasok politikai vilagkepe es euro-regionalis tudata " (Political views and euro-regional attitudes of high school students in Hungary), in. Simon, J. (ed)  Ezredvegi ertelmezesek. Demokraciarol, politikai kulturarol, bal- es jobboldalrol, Budapest: Villanyi uti konyvek, Politikatudomanyi sorozat, 2. Kotet., pp. 366-404.

2001: /with Maria Szekelyi/: " Images of Justice in East Central Europe: During and after the Transition.", East Central Europe, ECE Vol. 28, part 1., pp. 71-94.

2001: " Media es kisebbsegpolitika. Hozzaszolas a A kisebbsegek jogai c. forumhoz" (Media and Ethnopolitics), Fundamentum, 2001/3., pp. 65-71.

2001: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "Ambiciok iskolaja; A csalad, az iskola, es a baratok szerepe a sikeres roma eletpalyak alakulasaban " (School of Ambitions; The Role of Family, Schooling and Peergroups in the Life Careers of Successful Roma People), in. Pal, E. (ed.) Utkozben; Tanulmanyok a tarsadalomtudomanyok korebol Somlai Peter 60. születesnapjara, Budapest: Uj Mandatum Kiado, pp. 61-74.

2001: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "Romakep a mai magyar tarsadalomban" (Romas in the Public Opinion in Hungary Today), Szociologiai Szemle, 2001/3, pp. 19-46.

2001: /With Ferenc Eros, Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Nemenyi/ “Changements à l’Est, perceptions et evaluations, Bulletin de psychologie, tome 54 (6) 456 nov.- decembre

2001: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "A magyarok a magyarokrol " (Hungarian about Hungarians) in. Hunyadi, Gy. – Nguyen, L.L.A.. (szerk.) Sztereotipiakutatas, hagyomanyok es iranyok, Budapest: Eotvos Kiado, pp. 409-416.

2001 /with Ildiko Szabo/: "A siker zaloga " (Pledge of Success), Education, No.10/3, 2001. fall, , pp. 471-492.

2002: /with Ildiko Barna, Maria Szekelyi / "A bizalom fogalmanak ertelmezese az empirikus kutatasban" (Interpretation of Trust in Empirical Social Research), Szofi, 2002. aprilis, II. Folyam, VI. evfolyam, 1-2.szam, pp. 44-59.

2002: /with Maria Szekelyi / arulas vagy elarultatas, a Nyilvanossag Klub Monitor Csoportjanak jelentese a zamolyi romakerdes megjeleneserol a magyar sajtoban, (Betrayal and Disclosure. The media coverage of the immigration of the Roma people from Zamoly to Strasbourg), in. Kovats A. (szerk.) Roma Migracio, Budapest, 2002, pp. 122-127.

2003: „A migracios potencial szociodemografiai okai a Karpat-medencei magyarok koreben” (The socio-demographic explanation of the migration potential in the Carpathian Basin), in. orkeny, A. (ed.) Menni vagy maradni? Kedvezmenytorveny es migracios varakozasok, Budapest: Sik Kiado, pp.150-187.

2003: „A migracios potencial kialakulasanak mechanizmusa” (The mechanism of the emerging migration potential), (with Endre Sik) in. orkeny, A. (szerk.) Menni vagy maradni? Kedvezmenytorveny es migracios varakozasok, Budapest: Sik Kiado, pp.188-202.

2003: „A roma migracios potencial szociodemografiai es etnikai okai”(The socio-demographic and ethnic explanations of the Roma migration potential), in. orkeny, A. (szerk.) Menni vagy maradni? Kedvezmenytorveny es migracios varakozasok, Budapest: Sik Kiado, pp.223-229.

2003 /with Ildiko Szabo/: " Tarsadalmi ertekmintak, politikai orientaciok " (Value judgements and political profiles), Education, 2002/3., pp. 404-430.

2003: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / “Ambitious education. The role of family, school and friends in the development of successful Romany life courses”, Romani Studies 5, Vol. 13, No. 1 (2003), pp. 53-72.

2003: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / "Konfliktusok Erdelyben es Del-Szlovakiaban" (Ethinc Conflicts in Transylvania and South Slovakia), in (Kozma Istvan, Papp Richard eds.) Etnikai Kolcsonhatasok es konfliktusok a Karpat-medenceben, Budapest: MTA Etnikai-Nemzeti KutatoIntezet, pp. 9-25.

2004: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Ildiko Barna / „Bizalom es gyanakvas: Szocialpszichologiai akadalyok a piacgazdasaghoz vezeto uton Kelet-Europaban” (Blindness to success. Social-psychological objectives along the way to a market economy in Eastern Europe), Szociologiai Szemle 2004/1, pp.3-35.

2004: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Janos Poor/ "Nemzeti identitas Magyarorszagon az ezredfordulon", /National identity in Hungary in the new Millenium/ in Kolosi,T.- Toth I. Gy. - Vukovics,Gy. (eds.) Tarsadalmi Riport 2004, Budapest:Tarki, pp. 471-483.

2004: “ A magyar nemzettudat valtozasa az elmult evtizedben” /Chaning National Identity in the Turn of the Millenium/, in. Fedinec, Cs. (ed.) Nemzet a tarsadalomban. Budapest: Teleki Laszlo Alapitvany, pp. 7-28.

2004: "A tarsadalmi mobilitas torteneti perspektivai",(Historical perspectives of social mobility), in Magyar tarsadalomtorteneti olvasokonyv 1944-tol napjainkig, ( ed. Tibor Valuch), Budapest, Osiris Kiado, pp. 383-399.

2004: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi, Janos Poor/ "National Identity in Hungary at the Turn of the Millenium", in Kolosi,T.- Toth I. Gy. - Vukovics,Gy. (eds.) Social Report 2004, Budapest:Tarki, pp. 456-468.

2005: "A tarsadalmi kirekesztes es diszkriminacio jelensegenek kutatasa a tarsadalomtudomanyban" /Studying Social Exclusion And Discrimination In Social Science/, in Tamas,T.- Eross, G. – Tibori, T. (eds.) Nemzetfelfogasok, Budapest:Uj Mandatum Kiadoi, pp. 37-41.

2005: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi / „Az együtteles reprezentacioi Erdelyben” (The representation of inter-ethnic relations in Transylvania, in Kantor Zoltan, Majtenyi Balazs (eds.) Szoveggyujtemeny a nemzeti kisebbsegekrol. Budapest: Rejtjel, 2005. pp. 171-192.

2006: „Hungarian National Identity: Old and New Challenges”, International Journal of Sociology, Winter 2005-2006/Vol. 35. No.4., pp. 28-48.

2006: “A romak eselyegyenlosege alulnezetbol” /Unequal opportunity of the Roma minority in Hungary: a view from the bottom/, Fundamentum, 2006/4. pp. 45-56.

2006: /with Maria Szekelyi/ „Egy kozosen elkezdett projekt vazlatos tortenete. Magyar Agora 2005; Gondolkodtato kozvelemeny-kutatas (deliberative poll) a magyarorszagi roma kisebbsegrol” (Draft History of a Joint Project: Magyar Agora 2005), in Bako-Papp-Szarka (szerk.) Mindennapi eloiteletek. Tarsadalmi tavolsagok es etnikai sztereotipiak, Budapest: MTA Kisebbsegkutato Intezet, pp. 241-251.

2006: "1956 means nothing to me, as I was not even born then ..." Conference paper for the Commemoration of the Revolutions Fiftieth Anniversary, Open Society Archive, December 1, 2006, pp. 1-7. http://www.osa.ceu.hu/publications/

2007: /with Gyorgy Csepeli, Maria Szekelyi/ „Az Europa-projekt” /European Project/, Mozgo Vilag, 2007/3., pp. 27-31.

2007: „Kapunyitasi panik (Az idegenekrol es a bevandorlasrol)”, Magyar Narancs XIX. evf. 12. szam, 2007-03-22, pp. 40-41.

2007: “Juss is, marad is (Igazsagos-e az orokosodesi ado?)”, Magyar Narancs XIX. evf. 20. szam, 2007-05-17, pp. 40-41.

2007: „A Bottom-up View of Equal Opportunities for Roma”, in. Edwin Poppe – Maykel Verkuyten (eds.) Culture and Conflict. Amsterdam: Aksant, pp. 245-262.

2009: /with Maria Szekelyi / „…. es bizva bizzal” A bizalom szerepe a bevandorlok sikeres tarsadalmi integraciojaban” (Trust relations in intergation of different migrant groups), in. Somlai, P., Suranyi, B., Tardos, R., Vasarhelyi, M. (eds.) Latas-viszonyok. Tanulmanyok Angelusz Robert 70. születesnapjara. Budapest, Pallas Kiado, pp. 503-532.

2009: “A szociologia holtagban. A magyar szociologia helyzete a rendszervaltast koveto evtizedekben” (The sociology in backwater. The situation of the Hungarian sociology in the decades following the political transformation), pp. 1-16. www.szociologia.hu

2009: /with: Istvan Vari / „Szempontok es kerdojelek a magyarorszagi roma kisebbseg tanulmanyozasahoz”( Viewpoints and question marks to study the the Romany minority in Hungary) Fundamentum, 2009/2., pp. 5-16.




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