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Author
Ilieva Nadezhda Borissova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
Title
The Roma People in Bulgaria - Their Number and Localization, from the Liberation (1878) Until the Beginning of the 21st Century
Source
Europa XXI, 2014, vol. 27, s. 61-77, rys., bibliogr. 12 poz.
Issue title
Territorial Capital in Practice - Environmental and Social Issues
Keyword
Romowie, Ludność, Rozwój demograficzny
Romany, Population, Demographic development
Note
summ.
Country
Bułgaria
Bulgaria
Abstract
The main objective of this study is to trace accurately the changes in the number and in the location of the Roma ethnic group, which has constituted no more than 2% of the population during the whole history ofBulgaria after The Liberation (1878). In this study, general and regional features of the dynamics of demographic processes and spatial distribution of the Roma in Bulgaria have been followed through and some main trends inthe development of these processes have been established.(original abstract)
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ISSN
1429-7132
Language
eng
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