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Approaches to the Hungarian minority in Slovakia in issues of minority education and the possibility of subsequent application in the working process
Dlábik, Ľubomír ; Irmanová, Eva (advisor) ; Balla, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis clarifies the issue of Triadic nexus among Slovakia, Hungary and the Hungarian minority concerning education and economic access to areas inhabited by the Hungarian minority, which affect the graduates of minority schools in the Slovak labor market. At the same time it aspires to refer to this relationship as one of the factors that may impact on reduction in the number of members of the Hungarian minority in Slovakia. The main focus is on the trilateral approach to the issue of education in the Slovak minority schools in Hungarian language in case of teaching the state language. The consequences of the different trilateral relation approach to minority education can lead to inefficiency of minority schools teaching Slovak language, which can, in conjunction with the current economic approach of Slovakia to the areas inhabited by the Hungarian minority, lead to migratory pressures on graduates of minority schools as for the choice of university studies and their employability. The lack of language skills reduces their competitiveness and flexibility compared to linguistically better equipped individuals. The statistical data in education, employment and population movements that will be analyzed and compared, are freely available, and confirm this hypothesis.
Restoration attempts of the Emperor Charles
Zatloukal, Alois ; Balla, Petr (advisor) ; Rak, Jiří (referee)
During 1921, after the break-up of Austria-Hungary, Charles Habsburg attempted twice to return to the Hungarian throne. His attempts were unsuccessful in both cases. These restaurant attempts have resulted in the outbreak of the crisis in the newly established international post-war European system. The response of the individual states, in particular the reaction of the Little Entente headed by Edvard Benes, contributed to the escalation of the event to the brink of the war. The thesis aims to clarify the factors that led Emperor Charles to return to the throne. The thesis also deals with the Czechoslovak response to Hungarian events, its intensity, arguments and speeches with the help of analysis of Czechoslovak diplomatic reports and periodicals. The work clarifies that several factors contributed to decision of Charles to return to the throne. These include, for example, the Emperor's morale and belief in humanism, arising from the times of the education of a young Emperor, or, for example, the overwhelming trust in his subjugation. Furthermore, the Emperor's conviction about the support of the whole event both in Hungary and abroad. The second research question reveals the ways in which the Czechoslovak press and the Czechoslovak political representation reacted to the Hungarian events. The...
Approaches to the Hungarian minority in Slovakia in issues of minority education and the possibility of subsequent application in the working process
Dlábik, Ľubomír ; Irmanová, Eva (advisor) ; Balla, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis clarifies the issue of Triadic nexus among Slovakia, Hungary and the Hungarian minority concerning education and economic access to areas inhabited by the Hungarian minority, which affect the graduates of minority schools in the Slovak labor market. At the same time it aspires to refer to this relationship as one of the factors that may impact on reduction in the number of members of the Hungarian minority in Slovakia. The main focus is on the trilateral approach to the issue of education in the Slovak minority schools in Hungarian language in case of teaching the state language. The consequences of the different trilateral relation approach to minority education can lead to inefficiency of minority schools teaching Slovak language, which can, in conjunction with the current economic approach of Slovakia to the areas inhabited by the Hungarian minority, lead to migratory pressures on graduates of minority schools as for the choice of university studies and their employability. The lack of language skills reduces their competitiveness and flexibility compared to linguistically better equipped individuals. The statistical data in education, employment and population movements that will be analyzed and compared, are freely available, and confirm this hypothesis.
Forced labour of Slovakian Hungarians in Bohemia in 1945-1948
Purkytová, Gabriela ; Irmanová, Eva (advisor) ; Balla, Petr (referee)
with witnesses Imre Lengyel, Gabriel Tarnolci, Alexander Mokoš and Maria Jergyik, which
Approaches to the Hungarian minority in Slovakia in issues of minority education and the possibility of subsequent application in the working process
Dlábik, Ľubomír ; Irmanová, Eva (advisor) ; Balla, Petr (referee)
This diploma thesis clarifies the issue of Triadic nexus among Slovakia, Hungary and the Hungarian minority concerning education and economic access to areas inhabited by the Hungarian minority, which affect the graduates of minority schools in the Slovak labor market. At the same time it aspires to refer to this relationship as one of the factors that may impact on reduction in the number of members of the Hungarian minority in Slovakia. The main focus is on the trilateral approach to the issue of education in the Slovak minority schools in Hungarian language in case of teaching the state language. The consequences of the different trilateral relation approach to minority education can lead to inefficiency of minority schools teaching Slovak language, which can, in conjunction with the current economic approach of Slovakia to the areas inhabited by the Hungarian minority, lead to migratory pressures on graduates of minority schools as for the choice of university studies and their employability. The lack of language skills reduces their competitiveness and flexibility compared to linguistically better equipped individuals. The statistical data in education, employment and population movements that will be analyzed and compared, are freely available, and confirm this hypothesis.
Hungarian minority in Ukraine and its role in Ukraine-Hungary relations since 1991
Mareš, Jakub ; Zilynskyj, Bohdan (advisor) ; Balla, Petr (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with Hungarian minority in Ukraine and its role in mutual relations between Ukraine and Hungary since 1991. It is divided into three parts: theoretical, regional and international. In theoretical part geographical and socioeconomic characteristics of Hungarian minority-settled Zakarpattia Oblast is outlined. This section also includes analysis of legal aspects of national minorities in Ukrainian legislation. In the next part historical evolution of Hungarian settlement in Transcarpathia is described, which is mainly focused on period after 1918, when local Hungarians ended up beyond Hungarian borders. Political and cultural organizations' development of Ukrainian- Hungarian minority from Ukraine's declaration of independence up to the present and their main issues are not overlooked. The last section focuses on Hungarian attitude towards its compatriots beyond borders. Evolution of mutual Ukraine-Hungarian relations and Hungarian minority's influence is analyzed in the end. Deep analysis of above mentioned parts discovered that Hungarian minority in Ukraine is one of the most important factor which determines dynamics of mutual relations between both countries. However, there is no supression of Hungarian minority rights, so the relations remain favourable.
National radicalism in Hungary - party Jobbikx
Balla, Petr ; Irmanová, Eva (advisor) ; Kubát, Michal (referee)
Thesis "National Radicalism in Hungary - Jobbik political party" deals with a political party in contemporary Hungary called Movement for better Hungary -Jobbik. The aim is to place the party into a theoretical frame (Sartori's concept of anti-system parties). Jobbik became important after the European parliament elections, when the party gained nearly 15% and 3 seats. In April 2010 Jobbik successfully entered the Hungarian parliament with nearly 17% and 47 seats. Although the party is often called neonazi or extremist the work proves that it belongs to populist radical right parties.
National Radicalism in Hungary - Jobbik Party
Balla, Petr ; Irmanová, Eva (advisor) ; Kubát, Michal (referee)
Diploma thesis "National Radicalism in Hungary - Jobbik political party" deals with a political party in contemporary Hungary called (Movement for better Hungary -Jobbik). The aim is to place the party into a theoretical frame. Jobbik became important after the European parliament elections, when the party gained nearly 15% and 3 seats. In April 2010 Jobbik successfully entered the Hungarian parliament with nearly 17% and 47 seat. Although the party is often callen neonacist of extremist, the aim of the work is to prove that it belongs to populist radical right parties.

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