BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a serial
REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT (Periodica): Nationalities papers : vol. 24; no. 2., p. 167-302. - Chelsea : Association for Study of the Nationalities of the EX-USSR and Eastern Europe, 1996. - ISSN 0090-5992
LANGUAGE: ENG, GER
ABSTRACT: The articles are:. 1. Who are the "enemies of Russia"? The question of Russophobia in the Samizdat debate before glasnost, by Julia Brun-Zejmis. 2. The thnic democracy thesis and the citizenship qusetion in Estonia and Latvia, by Graham Smith. 3. The revival of Polish National consciousness : a comparative study of Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine, by Ellen J. Gordon. 4. The Western Finnic minorities and the origins of the Stalinist nationalities deportations, bu Michael Gelb. 5. Politics and society in upper Silesia today : the Germany minority since 1945, by Karl Cordell. 6. Deutschlands Ukraine-Politik 1918-1926 (Part I), by Frank Golczewski.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Estonia / Latvia / Belarus / Ukraine / Germany
|2.||Opalski, Magda (ed.) : Ethnic minority rights in Central Eastern Europe, 1996|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series
Ethnic minority rights in Central Eastern Europe / Opalski, Magda (ed.) ; Dutkiewicz, Piotr (ed.), 161 p.. - Ottawa : Canadian Human Rights Foundation; Forum Eastern Europe, 1996.
ABSTRACT: The chapters are:. 1. Protection of national minorities in Central Eastern Europe : political and legal approaches in the light of international law, by Slawomir Lodzinski. 2. The situation of ethnic minorities in Estonia, by Vello Pettai. 3. The situation of ethnic minorities in Latvia, by Boris Tsilevich. 4. The rights of national minorities and their implementation in Lithuania, by Severinas Vaitiekus. 5. Legal and political status of minorities in the Former Czecholsovakia, by Silvia Mihalikova. 6. National minorities in Post-Ceausescu Romania, by Magda Opalski. 7. Ethnic minorities in Bulgaria, by Ilona Tomova. 8. Ethnic minorities and the Democratization process in Albania, by Piotr Dutkiewicz.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Germany / Austria / Poland / Belarus / Ukraine / Hungary / Greece / Albania / Czech Republic / Slovak Republic
NOTE (GENERAL): Framework convention for the protection of national minorities (full text); Genocide convention; ECHR; Copenhagen document; Charter of regional and minority languages; Cluj declaration; UN charter; Declarationon the rights of minorities; UDHR;
|3.||Thiele, Carmen : The criterion of citizenship for minorities, 1999|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: collection
The criterion of citizenship for minorities : the example of Estonia / Thiele, Carmen - (ECMI working paper ; 5), 28 p.. - Flensburg, Germany : European Centre for Minority Issues, 1999. - ISSN 1435-9812
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Estonia / USSR / Russian Federation
NOTE (GENERAL): Declaration on the rights of minorities; Proposal for a European convention for the protection of minorities (Venice Commission); Proposal for an additional protocol to the European convention on human rights concerning persons belonging to national minorities; European charter for regional or minority languages; Framework convention for the protection of national minorities; Copenhagen document; Covenant of the League of Nations; Convention on the nationality decrees in Tunis and Morocco; UDHR-15; CRC-7; ICCPR-24; CERD-5; Vienna convention on the law of treaties; ECHR; Helsinki II document; AMR-20;
LIBRARY LOCATION: Folkrätt
SHELF CODE: s ECMI
|4.||Leskelä, Maarit (ed.) : Outsiders or insiders?, 1999|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Outsiders or insiders? : constructing identities in an integrating Europe / Leskelä, Maarit (ed.) - (Publications of the doctoral program on cultural interaction and integration ; 4), 286 p.. - Turku : University of Turku, 1999.
ABSTRACT: The chapters are:. OUTSIDERS EUROPE:. 1. Emilios Christodoulidis : Europe's Coummunity : dilemmas of exclusions. 2. Hans Entzinger : Towards a model of incorpoartion : the case of the Netherlands. 3. Annika Forsander : Outsiders or insiders? Ingrian Finns in a context of the Finnish immigration policy. 4. Vigdis Stordahl : National integration and ethnic incorporation : the case of the Sami in Norway. 5. Pertti Grönholm : Estonians, a nation on the borderline of two Europes. 6. Kevin Robins : European media culture and the problem of imagined community. 7. Janne Mäkelä : The outsider within : the Beatles and the re-evaluation of the North in the early 1960s. IDENTITY AS A CULTURAL, POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC CONTSRUCT:. 8. Ian Ward : Europe and continuing search of Community : reflections on the Amsterdam treaty. 9. Clive H. Church : The Treaty of Amsterdam & European political identity. 10. Iavana Markova : Lay representations of democracy : implications for integration. 11. John Hiden : Paul Schiemann on reconciling "nation" and "state". 12. Kate Lowe : The creation of Hong Kong Chinese identity in the late twentieth century (in readiness for its translation to the diaspora). 13. Eugene McLaughlin : Cultural constructions of Englishness : the case of the English "Bobby", 1829-1950.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Finland / Germany
NOTE (GENERAL): TEU; ToA;
LIBRARY LOCATION: EU-rätt