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Author
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Bartha, Eszter 
Availability Date
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2018-09-18T07:45:32Z
Availability Date
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2018-09-18T07:45:32Z
Release
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2018
uri
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http://hdl.handle.net/10831/39004
Language
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magyarhu_HU
Title
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Egy szabálytalan szociológuspályahu_HU
Type
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könyvfejezet
Version
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megjelent változathu_HU
Language
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hun
Rights
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szerzőhu_HU
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ELTE BTK Új- és Jelenkori Egyetemes Történeti Tanszékhu_HU
Abstract in English
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In the 20th century Central European history it is unfortunately not surprising if a scholar is forced into exile and he or she can complete an academic career in a country far away from the place where the research has been started. Gyula Rézler was relatively fortunate in this respect because after the change of regimes he was invited to Hungarian universities, later he even resettled in Hungary and as a belated recognition, he was elected a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His most important achievement in Hungarian sociology is that he has laid the foundation of the scientific methodology of the Hungarian labor history and he elaborated the methods which the researchers use even today. He conducted this research still in Hungary, further in a period when labor history was mistaken for „Communism”, and any form of the political left was connected with the short-lived Hungarian People’ Republic. A considerable political and human courage and commitment was needed for a young man of „bourgeois” descent to choose the formation of the Hungarian working class for his topic of dissertation and continue the research with the mapping of the work and life conditions of the contemporary workers. He also elaborated a method for data collection, which served as a model for later factory case studies. Rézler was a left-wing thinker but he was never a Communist; as his study on the Soviet peasantry demonstrates, although he recognized certain social achievements of the Soviet regime, he clearly recognized the social and human consequences of the dictatorship and the omnipotent state violence and control. With the hardening of the Hungarian Stalinist dictatorship led by Mátyás Rákosi Rézler had to leave the country, and he continued his scholarly career in the United States. The article introduces his life, his labor research, his political and academic thinking and his impact on the Hungarian labor sociology. His results in the establishment of the Hungarian labor history and his commitment to academic objectivity remain to be remarkable achievements even if this ethos could not be reconciled with the social and academic climate of the postwar era in Central Europe.hu_HU
book author / editor
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Lukács, István (ed.) ; Majoros, István (ed.)hu_HU
Address Book
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Közép-európai arcképcsarnok : 20. századhu_HU
MTMT ID
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3375021
Opac ID
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https://opac.elte.hu/Record/opac-EUL01-000946606
Last Page
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33hu_HU
First Page
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17hu_HU
Place of publication
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Budapesthu_HU
access
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hozzáférhetőhu_HU
Keyword English
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Hungarian labor sociologyhu_HU
Keyword English
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historical objectivityhu_HU
Keyword English
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labor studieshu_HU
Keyword English
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working–class communitieshu_HU
Keyword English
dc.subject.en
surveyhu_HU
Keyword English
dc.subject.en
ethnographyhu_HU
Subtitle
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Rézler Gyula és a magyar társadalomtudományhu_HU
Class
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publikáció/alkotáshu_HU
Type
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tudományoshu_HU
Author
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ELTE Bölcsészettudományi Kar Történeti Intézet Kelet-Európa Története Tanszékhu_HU
Keywords
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Rézler Gyulahu_HU
Rent
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ELTE BTK Új- és Jelenkori Egyetemes Történeti Tanszékhu_HU
Type
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könyvfejezethu_HU
Release Date
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2018hu_HU


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