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Publications in English

2008.12.20

Books, booklets in English and German

(co-authors: Bánlaky Pál,  Varga Csaba)/  Camp for Young Readers. Budapest. 1979. Tankönyvkiadó  p. 109.

(co-author: Bryan Luckham)  Reading Choice in Manchester and Miskolc.  Budapest..

1983. OSZK KMK  p. 86.

Follow me, reader! Reception, interpretation and influence of Bulgakov’s Master an

Margarita in  Hungary. Bp,. 1985. OSZK KMK p. 42

Judas oder Petrus? Religiographie von berufswechselnden Priestern.  Luzern, 1999. Kirchenforum,  p. 237

(co-author: Balogh Zoltán)/ Patterns of reading experiences. A sociologycal approach. Bp. 1979. OSZK   KMK. p. 35

 

Cahapters  of books in English and German

Reading Habits Research n Hungary. In: Reading in a Changing World. Ed: Foster E. Mohrhardt.  München,  1976. Verlag Dokumentation, Publishers. pp. 101-110.

Auswartige Mitverfasser (Internationale vergleichendelyse der Auffassung zweier  zeiitgenössicher  Novellen bei Lesern in Budapest, Moskau, Sofia und Warschau.

In: Leseforschungen in der     socialistischen Landern. Prag, 1980. Der Staatsbibliothek der CSSR. pp. 141-164

Consumption? Mental Hygiene Therapy? Renissance? In: Religion and Atheism as

Objects of   Sociological Research. Brno, 1987. ÚUSV CSAV

Creativity in small Religious Communities. In: Theory and Sociology of religion.

International       Conference Pécs, 15-17 November 1988. pp. 103-108.

(co-author: /Balogh Zoltán) The Structure of Hungarian Library Users`Literary

Experience. In: Studies   on Research in Reading and Libraries. Ed: Paul Kaegbein,

Bryan Luckham és Valerija  Stelmah. München-London-New York-Paris, 1991.

K.G. Saur pp. 135-162.

Devotees of Krishna in Hungary. In: New Religions Phenomena in Central and Eastern

Europe. Ed: Irena Borowik éd Grzegorz Babiński. Kraków, Zaklad Wydawiczny

Nomos, 1997. pp. 325-340.

Catholic Parochial Work in Hungary in the Period of Systemic Change. In: Religion and Social Change    in Post-Communist Europe. Ed: Irena Borowik és Tomka Miklós. Kraków, 2001. Zakład wydawniczy NOMOS pp. 81-92.

(Co-author:Mijo Nikić) Sekten und neue religiöse Bewegungen. In: Kirche in Aufbruch

(Ed: Máté-Tóth    András, Pavel Nikluąčák)  Ostfilden, 2001. Scwabenverlag,

pp. 297-306.

The features of religious globalization and local caracters in the new regious phenomena in Hungary     with special reagards to   Pentecostalism. In: Sociology of Religion in

Hungary. Ed: Tomka  Miklós)  Bp.- Piliscsaba, 2004. Pázmány Péter Catholic

University  pp.165-178.

Comparison of religiosity, Life-Style, and Taste between Two Krishna-Believer

Groups in Hungary. In:   Relgions, Churches and Religiosity in Post-Communist

Europe. Ed:. Irena Borowik. Kraków,  2006. Nomos. pp. 119-129. old

Religiosity, Lifestyle, Taste. In: Church and Religious Life in Post- communist

Societies. Ed:   Révay Edit, Tomka Miklós. Budapest Piliscsaba, 2007. pp. 329-351.

Kamarás István (2009) Anthropolgy and Ethics. In.Mravná vychova v      ąkolách na Slovensku a v zahraniči. Banská Bystrica, Univerziteta   Mateja Bela v Banskej Bystrici Pedagogická Fakulta. 110-116. .

Studies, essays in journals in English and German

Reading Research iin Hungary 1962-1972. In: Research in Librarianship. Wagga

Wagga /Australia/, 1974. Sept. pp. 87-103.  

(Co-author: Nagy Attla)  Reading Research in Hungary. In: Journal of Research in

Reading, 1981  No 2. pp. 81-91.

Perception and Reading Strategy. In: Gifted Internatonal, 1990. No 2. pp. 60-71.

Living Your Faith in 1990. In: The New Hungarian Quarterly, 1991. Spring  pp. 73-80.

Conscience de Krishna: interprétation hongroise. In: Social Compass, 2000. No. 2.

pp.  221-240.

Devotees of Krishna in Hungary. In: ISKCON Communications Journal. 1999. No. 2.

pp.13-22. 

Religious Development in Contemporary Hungary I-II. In: The Vedanta Kesari, 2000

June pp. 245-249., Jule  pp. 285-287.

Civil Society and Religion in Post-Communist Hungary. In: Journal of Interdisciplinary

Studies. 2001. Vo. 13. No. 1/2. pp. 117-134.

The Value System of Hungarian Krsna Devotees. In: ISKCON Communications Journal,  2001. Vol.  8. No. 2.  49-64. old.

Géczi János, Kamarás István (2015) Habitual Answers on Climate Changes – Value-based Therapy Suggestions on the Ecological Crisis. In: Létünk, 45:1:53-62

 

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