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György Ránki Symposium on Hungarian Studies
This presentation applies sociologist Nancy Whittier's concept of "political generations" to explore political identities and strategies appearing over time in the Hungarian environmental movement. I discuss the rise of democratic environmentalism in the 1980s, the shift to a more professionalized and globally oriented activist stance in the 1990s, and the emergence of social justice frames associated with the newest cohort of environmental activists of the 2000s.
Harper, Krista, "From Democratization to Globalization to Justice: Political Generations in Hungarian Environmentalism from the 1980s to the 2000s" (2009). György Ránki Symposium on Hungarian Studies. 76.
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