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Hatoss, Anikó
2016. Lexical Borrowing in the Speech of First-Generation Hungarian Immigrants in Australia. SAGE Open 6:3  pp. 215824401666955 ff. DOI logo
Hatoss, Anikó
2020. Agency and ideology in language maintenance: Hungarian immigrants’ narratives on assimilationist post-war Australia. International Journal of Multilingualism 17:4  pp. 411 ff. DOI logo
Kantek, Julia
2023. Embarking on a ‘(birth)rite of passage’: exploring the role of liminality and youth transitions in diaspora tourism motivation. Journal of Heritage Tourism 18:5  pp. 617 ff. DOI logo
Kontra, Miklós
2022. Hungarian Sociolinguistics in the Carpathian Basin, 1985–2022. Hungarian Studies Yearbook 4:1  pp. 33 ff. DOI logo
Oleinikova, Olga
2023. Die neuen Ungarn auf dem Weg. In Neue osteuropäische Migration nach Australien,  pp. 121 ff. DOI logo

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