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A Manifold Identity: an Example of Croats in Hungary
; Institute of ethnology and folklore research, Zagreb, Croatia
Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf (503 KB)
Grbić, J. (1994). Mnogostruki identitet: primjer Hrvata u Mađarskoj. Studia ethnologica Croatica, 6(1), 119-126. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/68240
In this article the author analyzes current problems of identity from the aspects of modern theories of social development, ethnic identity and language, as one of the crucial factors of ethnic identity.
The author also deals with ethnic identity as one of the factors of organized-communal life in a community. It includes many elements but basically rests on a feeling of belonging and loyalty to a certain community. At the same time it implies a variety of cultural elements representing the individual expressions of cultural patterns by community members.
This research established that the respondents - Croats in Hungary - have a high level of ethnic identity. The research also established the presence of manifold identity (so-called: nested identity): state - Hungarian, national - Croatian and national - regional is complementary. A sense of togetherness with the mother country Croatia is also felt.
manifold identity; ethnic identity; language; Croats in Hungary
Hrčak ID: 68240
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