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2008 | 40 | 3 | 258-277
Article title

SERBS AND ETHNIC HUNGARIANS IN VOJVODINA: ETHNIC CONFLICT PLACED WITHIN A FRAMEWORK BEYOND GROUPISM

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What will be discussed in this article is the pattern of ethnic relations in the Serbian autonomous province of Vojvodina, with a special focus on the relations between ethnic Hungarians and the Serbian majority. Particular attention will be paid to the political engineering of ethnicity, at the elite level, and ethnic relations from a grass-roots perspective. What will be demonstrated is that instead of focusing on internally homogeneous and externally demarcated ethnic groups, the function of ethnicity in Vojvodina can be understood in terms of a continuous process orchestrated by interest groups. The ultimate aim of these interest groups, or organizations, is to forge an overriding sense of group cohesion among the Serbian majority as well as the ethnic Hungarian community. The impact of this process on ethnic relations is always subject to the persistence of a trans-ethnic substratum that manifests itself in the form of Vojvodinian regional identity.
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40
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3
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258-277
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ARTICLE
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  • V. Petsinis, Institut europskych studii a medzzinarodnych vztahov, Komenskeho univerzita, Gondova 6, 811 08 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
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08SKAAAA04718989
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