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"We do not want any refugees!": The Perception of Identity on Migration Crisis and the Migration Crisis Implications on Hungary


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Title: "We do not want any refugees!": The Perception of Identity on Migration Crisis and the Migration Crisis Implications on Hungary
Authors: Prandana, Aldoreza
Issue Date: 20-Apr-2017
Degree: Student essay
Series/Report no.: Global Studies
2016:12
Keywords: identity
migration
"Us" and "Others"
Hungary
Abstract: This study aims to investigate to what extent identity plays a role in Hungary’s policy and stance towards the migration crisis which occurred in the middle of 2015. Since it started, Hungary has shown its strong stance against accepting refugees and the Hungarian government has been using anti-immigrant rhetorics and implementing strict migration policy, such as building fences, publishing anti-immigrant propagandas, and the recent one is the referendum on quota system proposed by the European ... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/52248
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