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Anthropological Challenge – Ethnographic Tradition. The Quiet Transition of the Hungarian Ethnography in Romania
Szabó Á. Töhötöm
; Babeş – Bolyai University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Hungarian Ethnography and Anthropology, Romania
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Töhötöm, S.Á. (2008). Anthropological Challenge – Ethnographic Tradition. The Quiet Transition of the Hungarian Ethnography in Romania. Studia ethnologica Croatica, 20(1), 161-180. Preuzeto s http://hrcak.srce.hr/29452
In this paper I analyze the situation of Hungarian ethnography in Romania. In the first part of my paper I present the main aspects of ethnography’s antecedents mentioning the political and ideological commitment of this discipline and also touching upon its status in minority conditions when ethnography is seen as a way for preserving identity. In the second part I present the current situation of ethnography, which has been professionalized and anthropologized and, as a consequence of this, has been drawn away from the amateur movement. In this paper I also delineate the professional personality of Hungarian ethnographers in Cluj.
professional personality; locality; centre and periphery; amateur movement; professionalization; integration and disintegration; minority condition
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