Perception and Press in Revolutionary Transylvania. 1848-1849

Cătălin Chebuţ


The perception of the “Other” has always been a lingering matter in the minds of those who shared, through historical ethnic distribution, the same territory. In the case of Transylvania, given its multicultural setting, these types of perceptions were essentially the result of a long history of cohabitation, which was at times severely affected by politically-generated conflicts such as revolutions and the auxiliary fronts that supported their cause, like the press.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n2p443

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