Echoes is the Working Paper Series of the Echo Sociological Research Institute. It was started in 2004 to provide an additional opportunity for the Institute-based research activities to reach the international scientific community.

Working papers are works in progress, in most cases they offer preliminary results of ongoing researches. Therefore we ask not to cite these papers without contacting the author or authors first. Comments, feedback and critics about the papers are welcome.

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Working Paper series editor: László J. Kulcsár, Cornell University



Downloadable issues of the Echoes:


Echoes 2006/1

Agnes Szanyi: “Private Art” on the Internet - Fine Art and Taste in a Globalizing World


Echoes 2005/2

Tamas Domokos - Laszlo J. Kulcsar: Post-adolescent adulthood? Changes in family formation and adult demographic behavior in post-socialist Hungary


Echoes 2005/1

Laszlo J. Kulcsar - Tamas Domokos: One Generation but Two Places: Tolerance and Nationalist Attitudes among Ethnic Hungarian Students in Hungary and Slovakia


Echoes 2004/1

Tamas Domokos - Laszlo J. Kulcsar: Leaving for Good: How Does Development Make a Difference in Migration?


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