By S. Alexander Weinstock
The plans for this research have been formulated among 1956 and 1958. For your time then, I have been attracted to the approaches of private and social lodging and within the elements that have been answerable for resistance to alter. whereas a graduate scholar at Columbia college at the moment, i used to be additionally affiliated with a multidisciplinary study crew at Cornell collage scientific faculties learning the reactions of individuals of varied cultural and social backgrounds to occasions of rigidity. The Hungarian refugees have been one of many teams being studied. I therefore made up our minds to adopt a learn of the method of acculturation, the Hungarian refugees offering a great inhabitants. i didn't count on to come across any critical problems. understand that, the paintings was once beset with each kind of trouble, monetary, conceptual, etc., that typically accompanies study initiatives. it's only now, greater than a decade later, that i'm capable of current my findings of their ultimate shape. i'm happy to have this chance to precise my in debtedness to the numerous those that made thIS learn attainable. i've been lucky in having academics, colleagues, and associates, a similar individual, who helped me within the formula usually all in of the matter, provided encouragement alongside each step, and taught me the very talents i used to be to use.
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Pp. 127 and 129 and E. K_ Koranyi, A. Kerenyi, G. J. 6 (June 1958), 393-394. THE SAMPLE Hungarians to corne to the United States on a parole basis. 4 Upon their arrival, all of these people were flown to Camp Kilmer, New Jersey, a former United States Army base, where a reception center and temporary housing facilities had been established for them. 5 The fact that relatively few of the immigrants had actually fought in the revolution seemed of little consequence. While this enthusiastic reception helped the refugees avoid many of the difficulties of initial adjustment to a different way of life than immigrants usually encounter, it gave rise to subsequent problems of adjustment which previous immigrants had not faced.
Four of the original 76 had returned to Hungary. Due to limited financial resources, only the 53 immigrants then living in the eastern half of the United States were asked to participate in this study. Three of the group refused to be interviewed. In the end, the sample consisted of 50 respondents. Tables I and 2 provide a breakdown of the sample according to age and sex. TABLE I. Age of Respondents at Time of Interview n = 50· Less than 20 = 6% 21 - 25 = 60% 36 - 45 = 30% 46 = 4% + ( 3) (30) (15) ( 2) • The n in all tables is based on the questions answered rather than on the complete sample because some respondents did not answer all the questions.
The Social Democrats were allowed to sit in Parliament only on the condition that they would not organize the agricultural workers. Consequently, the conditions of the impoverished peasantry became worse than ever before. An estimated three million people lived on a near-starvation level. The government tried to divert the attention of the people from the wretched social conditions by reminding them endlessly of the losses Hungary had suffered under the terms of the Trianon Treaty. Government leaders clamored for the revision of the treaty and the restoration of Greater Hungary.
Acculturation and Occupation: A Study of the 1956 Hungarian Refugees in the United States by S. Alexander Weinstock