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Migrants and the Hungarian Society. Dignity, Justice and Civic Integration

  title={Migrants and the Hungarian Society. Dignity, Justice and Civic Integration},
  author={Borb{\'a}la G{\"o}ncz and Gy{\"o}rgy Lengyel and Lilla T{\'o}th},
The aim of the research was to explore the integration, political and civic participation of "third country nationals residing in Hungary" (hereafter, immigrants or migrants). How immigrants and Hungarian society interpret political and civic activity was examined, along with how this is correlated to their material, cultural and social resources (using such concepts as identity and action potential, as well as the sense of fairness and dignity). The samples do represent Hungarian society… 
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