Redefining Cultural Identities: The Multicultural Contexts of the Central European and Mediterranean Regions
This publication outlines studies of changing cultural identities in the postsocialist transitional countries of Southeastern Europe into the newly defined multicultural context in the cultural circles of Central Europe and the Mediterranean. It is comprised of papers presented in a course held at the Inter-University Centre of Post-Graduate Studies in Dubrovnikin May 2000. The course sought to discover new trends and elements of the political, economic, and systemic changes that define the processes of cultural identification.
Diversity and Identity: On Redefining Cultural Identities in the Multicultural Contexts of the Central European and Mediterranean Regions.
South Eastern Europe: An Existing or Constructed Region?
Challenges and Issues.
Retailing Words and Images: The De-socialisation.
Education, Media and Cultural Policies in the Remaking of Identities: The Case of Hungary.
The Role of the Mass Media and Media Policies in the Formation of Cultural Identities.
On Herodotus Track: Notes about Language and Identity.
European Linguistic Policies in a Changing Cultural Environment.
European Linguistic Policies and the Position of Minority Languages.
Language in Europe: The Need for an Overview.
The Role of Education in the Formation of Ethnic Identity.
Globalization, Postcolonialism and Identity: The Role of Education in the Mediterranean Region.
Redefining Cultural Identities from Different Perspectives: The Tourist Perspective.