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  • Discontinuity, Tradition, and Innovation: Anthropological Reflections on Jewish Identity in Contemporary Hungary.
    Mars, Leonard (1999)
    Social Compass 46:1: 21-33.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Hungary; Identity; Hungary
  • Juifs et Luthériens dans le système scolaire hongrois.
    Karady, Victor (1987)
    Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales 69: 67-85.

    Examines 1871-1940 statistics pertaining to the high rates of Jewish & Lutheran enrollment in the Hungarian school system.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Hungary; Education; Lutheran, Hungary; Hungary
  • Vers une théorie sociologique des mariages interconfessionels: Le cas de la nuptialité hongroise sous l'Ancien régime.
    Karady, Victor (1985)
    Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales 57/58: 47-68.

    Secularization & declining religious control over schools were related to increased interreligious marriage in Hungary; notable were Christian/Jewish marriages up to the Nazi era.

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage; Hungary; Jewish, Hungary; Catholic, Hungary; Protestant, Hungary
  • Differential Divorce Rates by Religious Groups.
    Somogyi, Stephen (1941)
    American Journal of Sociology 46: 665-685.

    Presents data from Hungary, 1897-1936.

    Associated Search Terms: Hungary; Calvinist, Hungary; Marriage; Lutheran, Hungary; Divorce; Unitarian, Hungary; Catholic, eastern rite, Hungary; Catholic, Hungary; Jewish, Hungary; Greek Orthodox, Hungary
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