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  • Publication . Other literature type . 2002
    Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Haupt, Heinz-Gerhard; Frevert, Ute;
    Country: Germany
  • Publication . Doctoral thesis . 2013
    Open Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Coroliuc, Alina Loredana;
    Country: Germany

    Importanta lui Weigand pentru lingvistica romaneasca. Die wichtige Rolle des Gustav Weigand bei der Schaffung der rumänischen Dialektologie.

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2020
    Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Stauder, Thomas;
    Country: Germany
  • Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Roth, Julia; Boatcă, Manuela; Boatcă, Manuela; Șiulea, Ciprian;
    Publisher: IDEA
    Country: Germany
  • Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Faist, Thomas; Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Horváth, István;
    Publisher: Polirom
    Country: Germany
  • Publication . Other literature type . 2009
    Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Horváth, István; Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Horváth, István;
    Publisher: Polirom
    Country: Germany
  • Open Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Gherghina, Sergiu; Toma, Iulia;
    Country: Germany

    For the first time in post-Communist Romania, the national legislative elections organized in December 2016 allow the citizens living abroad to cast their vote by regular mail. To use postal voting the voters had to register between May and September 2016 and numbers reveal that very few voters registered. This article analyzes the sources of information used by those who registered and the causes of those who did not register. We use data from a survey conducted between 18 September (a few days after registration was closed) and 4 October 2016 with 403 respondents. The results are not generalizable to the entire diaspora (since the sampling is not representative probabilistic) but they are informative and relevant to the understanding of the process. They show that that main sources of information for those who registered were online (Facebook and the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs), newspapers, and friends and acquaintances. At the same time, the absence of information about registration and the difficulty of procedures were the main reasons against the registration.

  • Open Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Discher, Christian;
    Country: Germany

    In articolul cu titlul "Identități hibride în comunitatea imigranților români" sunt prezentate rezultate parțiale precum și anumite analize a citatelor vorbitorilor din proiectul meu de doctorat cu titlul Sprachkontakt, Migration und Variation: Die frankophone Integration von Rumänen in Paris nach 1989. Lingvistica migratoare observă mișcările migranților români după căderea cortinei de fier. Aceștia au fost nevoiți să suporte consecințele managementului eronat al sistemului comunist. Între 1989 și 2012 mii de români au pǎrǎsit țara. Începând de atunci numărul imigranților români în Paris a crescut în mod significant. Scopul acestei contribuții este ilustrarea identității sociale a comunității migrante. În centrul lucrării se află descrierea procesului cultural și integrării lingvistice prin observarea dezvoltării a noi identități hibride. In this article are partial results from selected quotes from Romanians used in my dissertation titled “Sprachkontakt, Migration und Variation: Die frankophone Integration von Rumänen in Paris nach 1989.” A branch of linguistics that accounts for the movements of migrants observes that after the fall of the Iron Curtain the Romanian people had to face the consequences of the communists’ mismanagement. Between 1989 and 2012, thousands of people in formerly Soviet-controlled countries left their homes to move west. Since then, the number of Romanian immigrants in Paris has risen significantly. In order to retrace the process of cultural and linguistic integration, the aim of this work is to illustrate the social identity of the migrant community in which hybrid identities have evolved.

  • Publication . Other literature type . 1999
    Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Ferenc, Pozsonyi;
    Country: Germany
  • Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Horváth, István;
    Publisher: Polirom
    Country: Germany
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Include:
17 Research products, page 1 of 2
  • Publication . Other literature type . 2002
    Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Haupt, Heinz-Gerhard; Frevert, Ute;
    Country: Germany
  • Publication . Doctoral thesis . 2013
    Open Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Coroliuc, Alina Loredana;
    Country: Germany

    Importanta lui Weigand pentru lingvistica romaneasca. Die wichtige Rolle des Gustav Weigand bei der Schaffung der rumänischen Dialektologie.

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2020
    Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Stauder, Thomas;
    Country: Germany
  • Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Roth, Julia; Boatcă, Manuela; Boatcă, Manuela; Șiulea, Ciprian;
    Publisher: IDEA
    Country: Germany
  • Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Faist, Thomas; Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Horváth, István;
    Publisher: Polirom
    Country: Germany
  • Publication . Other literature type . 2009
    Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Horváth, István; Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Horváth, István;
    Publisher: Polirom
    Country: Germany
  • Open Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Gherghina, Sergiu; Toma, Iulia;
    Country: Germany

    For the first time in post-Communist Romania, the national legislative elections organized in December 2016 allow the citizens living abroad to cast their vote by regular mail. To use postal voting the voters had to register between May and September 2016 and numbers reveal that very few voters registered. This article analyzes the sources of information used by those who registered and the causes of those who did not register. We use data from a survey conducted between 18 September (a few days after registration was closed) and 4 October 2016 with 403 respondents. The results are not generalizable to the entire diaspora (since the sampling is not representative probabilistic) but they are informative and relevant to the understanding of the process. They show that that main sources of information for those who registered were online (Facebook and the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs), newspapers, and friends and acquaintances. At the same time, the absence of information about registration and the difficulty of procedures were the main reasons against the registration.

  • Open Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Discher, Christian;
    Country: Germany

    In articolul cu titlul "Identități hibride în comunitatea imigranților români" sunt prezentate rezultate parțiale precum și anumite analize a citatelor vorbitorilor din proiectul meu de doctorat cu titlul Sprachkontakt, Migration und Variation: Die frankophone Integration von Rumänen in Paris nach 1989. Lingvistica migratoare observă mișcările migranților români după căderea cortinei de fier. Aceștia au fost nevoiți să suporte consecințele managementului eronat al sistemului comunist. Între 1989 și 2012 mii de români au pǎrǎsit țara. Începând de atunci numărul imigranților români în Paris a crescut în mod significant. Scopul acestei contribuții este ilustrarea identității sociale a comunității migrante. În centrul lucrării se află descrierea procesului cultural și integrării lingvistice prin observarea dezvoltării a noi identități hibride. In this article are partial results from selected quotes from Romanians used in my dissertation titled “Sprachkontakt, Migration und Variation: Die frankophone Integration von Rumänen in Paris nach 1989.” A branch of linguistics that accounts for the movements of migrants observes that after the fall of the Iron Curtain the Romanian people had to face the consequences of the communists’ mismanagement. Between 1989 and 2012, thousands of people in formerly Soviet-controlled countries left their homes to move west. Since then, the number of Romanian immigrants in Paris has risen significantly. In order to retrace the process of cultural and linguistic integration, the aim of this work is to illustrate the social identity of the migrant community in which hybrid identities have evolved.

  • Publication . Other literature type . 1999
    Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Ferenc, Pozsonyi;
    Country: Germany
  • Closed Access Romanian
    Authors: 
    Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Anghel, Remus Gabriel; Horváth, István;
    Publisher: Polirom
    Country: Germany
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