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The portrait of István Kemény (short version)

István Kemény was the founder of a new school of sociology which introduced modern sociological methodology and tools into the research of Hungarian poverty and the Roma in the second half of the 20th century. His followers became not only the key figures of the Hungarian sociology, but also significant members of the political and intellectual opposition of the Kádár era.

Duration: 7:04


Investigating Border Incidents

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Duration: 39:18