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The aim of Stefania Toma's paper is to describe economical relations between gypsies and hungarians in a transilvanian village community, more exactly, to analyse and sketch the specific survival strategies practiced by the roma population in a changing social and economical context. Toma gives a taxonomy of these. According to her conclusions, for the multiply deprived and marginalised gypsy community, resources are accessible only in a gypsynon-gypsy assymetric relationship, and for this, they cannot be considered integrated neither economically, nor socially.
Stefania Toma is a sociologist, researcher of the Center for the Research of Interethnic Relations, Ph.D. student of Corvinus University, Budapest. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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