Economical and social connection changes in a Gypsy village
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In this case study, the author is seeking answers to the following questions: What kind of changes ensue in the society of a ghettoized village when new economic developments occur in the area, and the labour force that had been 'redundant' and economically excluded for a decade, is again needed? What kind of new subsistence and employment forms and strategies take shape in the new economic environment? How these affect social relationships in the settlement? Do the new employment opportunities and the financial advancement lead to getting closer to the lower class, or even being included into them, or does a new, specific social establishment take shape, which is only loosely attached to the social majority?
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