Anti-Immigration Discourses in Hungary during the ‘Crisis’ Year: The Orbán Government’s ‘National Consultation’ Campaign of 2015

@article{Bocskor2018AntiImmigrationDI,
  title={Anti-Immigration Discourses in Hungary during the ‘Crisis’ Year: The Orb{\'a}n Government’s ‘National Consultation’ Campaign of 2015},
  author={{\'A}kos Bocskor},
  journal={Sociology},
  year={2018},
  volume={52},
  pages={551 - 568}
}
  • Ákos Bocskor
  • Published 2018
  • Sociology
  • Sociology
  • This article conducts a critical discourse analysis of the Hungarian government’s National Consultation campaign on ‘immigration and terrorism’ in early 2015. The analysis draws on a discourse-historical approach to illuminate how the language and contents of the consultation draw on the discursive and political repertoires of the post-2010 Orbán governments and how, at the same time, they are underpinned by particular elements in the history of migration and diversity in Hungary. The… CONTINUE READING
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