Hungarian Culture


The primary author of this profile was Chara Scroope (2017).


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  • Burant, S. R. (1989). Hungary: A Country Study. Washington: Library of Congress.
  • Central Intelligence Agency. (2017). The World Factbook: Hungary. Retrieved from
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  • Department of Home Affairs. (2019). Hungary-born: Community Information Summary. Retrieved from
  • Arrivals. (2017). Culture Shock in Hungary. Retrieved from
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  • Geert Hofstede. (2016). Hungary. Retrieved from
  • Glant, T. (2012). Introduction to Hungarian Culture I. Debrecen: University of Debrecen.
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  • Hungarian Tourism. (2014). Hungaricums. Retrieved from
  • Khalidi, S, McIlroy, F., & Neumayer, H. (2012). The Cultural Dictionary and Directory. Canberra: Migrant and Refugee Settlement Services of the ACT Inc.
  • Lewis, R. D. (2006). When Cultures Collide. Boston: Nicholas Brealey International.
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  • Passport to Trade. (2014). Hungarian Business Culture. Retrieved from
  • Transparency International. (2018). Corruption Perceptions Index 2017. Retrieved from
  • United Kingdom Government. (2006). A Guide to Names and Naming Practices. Retrieved from
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  • World Jewish Congress. (2017). Hungary. Retrieved from
  • Yad Vashem: World Holocaust Remembrance Centre. (2021). Murder of Hungarian Jewry. Retrieved from

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