Title: Kvalita života rómskej komunity v meste Levoča
Other Titles: Quality of life of Roma community in the Levoča city
Authors: Michaeli, Eva
Matlovič, René
Dravecká, Beata
Hofierka, Jaroslav
Ivanová, Monika
Citation: Miscelanea geographica: Universitatis Bohemiae Occidentalis. 2008, roč. 14, s. 129-136.
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni, Fakulta pedagogická, Katedra geografie
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/6095
ISBN: 978-80-7043-663-9
ISSN: 1213-7901
Keywords: Romové;etnické komunity;kvalita života;etnickoidentifikační proces
Keywords in different language: Romanies;ethnic communities;quality of life;ethno-identification process
Abstract: The Slovak republic belongs to the most ethnically diverse countries in the central and eastern Europe. Based on the 2001 census it is evident that there are members of 17 different nationalities living in this country. The Romany community is the second largest national minority (preceded by Hungarians); and if the present natality trend continues they could become the majority population by 2060. There is a presumption that the highest number of Romanies, as high as 2 millions, live in Romania. Another most numerous Roma minorities are in Hungary and Bulgaria (about 800 000, MICHAELI a kol. 2002). The Romanies are a specific group of people when considering various aspects including the European origin and absence of a state domicile. The Romany population is a specific ethnic group presenting a community that is distant from the majority community with a different level of integration of individual groups with the majority community. (MATLOVIČ, 2005).
Rights: © Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
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