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A hungarofíliától a hungarofóbiáig. Magyarságkép Horvátországban a 16. századtól a 19. századig


Švoger, Vlasta; Tvrtković, Tamara
A hungarofíliától a hungarofóbiáig. Magyarságkép Horvátországban a 16. századtól a 19. századig // A HORVÁT–MAGYAR EGYÜTTÉLÉS FORDULÓPONTJAI INTÉZMÉNYEK, TÁRSADALOM, GAZDASÁG, KULTÚRA // PREKRETNICE U SUŽIVOTU HRVATA I MAĐARA USTANOVE, DRUŠTVO, GOSPODARSTVO I KULTURA / Pál, Fodor ; Šokčević, Dinko ; Turkalj, Jasna ; Karbić, Damir (ur.).
Budapest: MTA Bölcsészett udományi Kutatóközpont Történett udományi Intézet ; Hrvatski institut za povijest, 2015. str. 690-697


Naslov
A hungarofíliától a hungarofóbiáig. Magyarságkép Horvátországban a 16. századtól a 19. századig
(Between Hungarophilia and Hungarophobia – The Image of the Hungarians in Croatia from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century)

Autori
Švoger, Vlasta ; Tvrtković, Tamara

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
A HORVÁT–MAGYAR EGYÜTTÉLÉS FORDULÓPONTJAI INTÉZMÉNYEK, TÁRSADALOM, GAZDASÁG, KULTÚRA // PREKRETNICE U SUŽIVOTU HRVATA I MAĐARA USTANOVE, DRUŠTVO, GOSPODARSTVO I KULTURA

Urednik/ci
Pál, Fodor ; Šokčević, Dinko ; Turkalj, Jasna ; Karbić, Damir

Izdavač
MTA Bölcsészett udományi Kutatóközpont Történett udományi Intézet ; Hrvatski institut za povijest

Grad
Budapest

Godina
2015

Raspon stranica
690-697

ISBN
978-963-416-019-9

Ključne riječi
The image of the Hungarians, Croatia, 16–19th centuries, Hungarophilia,

Sažetak
The article uses the examples of literary and journalistic texts in Latin, Croatian and German to depict the image of Hungarians in the Croatian lands from the sixteenth until the nineteenth century. It varied from Hungarophilia — in the first centuries of the researched period – to Hungarophobia – mostly present in the mid-nineteenth century, but most frequently there was a combination of positive and negative stereotypes in varying proportions. From earlier centuries, more sources regarding the image of the common state—the Kingdom of Hungary–Croatia—came down to us, and in the nineteenth century the sources on the Hungarians are abundant. National stereotypes in Croatia in the earlier period were most efficiently shaped, maintained and spread by literature, and from the nineteenth century onwards, this function was primarily, though not exclusively, taken over by newspapers, brochures and flyers. In the earlier periods the Hungarophilia was caused by personal and family relationships between the Croatian and Hungarian nobility and also by mutual political, economic and social interests. From the beginning of the nineteenth century, the image of the Hungarians obtained negative elements. The Hungarophobia culminated in the revolutionary years of 1848–1849, when all the negative elements of the perception of Hungarians were accentuated. The Hungarians were seen as the oppressors of Croatian national thought, as assimilators and as an Asian element in European culture, and the Hungarian language, as one of the most important elements for building national identity, was perceived as barbaric and incomprehensible. After the Hungarian revolution the image of the Hungarians again became more positive, but never reached the same extent of sympathy that it had in earlier periods.

Izvorni jezik
Ostalo

Znanstvena područja
Filologija, Povijest

Napomena
Rad je objavljen na mađarskom jeziku. Objavljen je i na hrvatskom jeziku pod naslovom "Između ugrofilije i ugrofobije. Slika Mađara u Hrvatskoj od 16. do 19. stoljeća" u istome zborniku, str. 726-732.



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Ustanove
Hrvatski institut za povijest, Zagreb,
Hrvatski studiji, Zagreb