Curriculum Vitae and Professional Summary of Gyorgy Csepeli

Professor of Social Psychology



Personal Data

Born: in Budapest, on February 14, 1946

Address: Budapest 1114 Bartók Béla út 53

Phone: +36 30 989 0735

email: csepeli.gyorgy@gmail.com

Place of work:

Faculty of Social Sciences, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest 1111 Pázmány P s 1/A

Administrative Experience

Chair, Interdisciplinary Social Research PhD Program, ELTE, Faculty of Social Sciences (2009-

Chair, Department of Sociology, ELTE, Faculty of Social Sciences (2009-2011)

Chair, Program Committee of NIIF (National Broadband Academic Network) (2008-2010)

Member, Council of National Office of Research and Technology (2004-2010)

Member (Scientific Board, SEES) (2010)

Public Policy Director, Prime Minister’s Office (2008-2010)

Public Policy Director, Ministry of Economy and Transport (2006-2008)

Chair, Department of Cultural Anthropology (2001-2006)

Political State Secretary, Ministry of Informatics and Communication (2002-2006)

Chair, Department of Social Psychology (1986-2001)

 

Education

1992 DSc from HAS (National Identity in Hungary

1980 PhD from HAS (Social Psychology of Hungarian National Identity)

1970 Degrees: MA from ELTE (Psychology of Dostoievsky)

1965-69: Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE)

Professional Experience:

2012 Fall Visiting Professor, Montclair State University

2000 Spring: Visiting Research Fellow Yale University, Department of Sociology

2000- Permanent Visiting Professor, University of Gorizia

2000 Member of ERCOMER (Utrecht)

1997 Spring: Visiting Professor, Department of Sociology, New School for Social Research

1994-95: Department of Political Science, University of Michigan

1991 Spring: Dubach Distinguished Professor, Department of Political

Science, Oregon State University

1989-90: Visiting Fulbright Scholar, Department of Sociology, UCLA

1991- Full Professor of Social Psychology, Chair of Department of Social Psychology at the Institute of Sociology, ELTE

1982-1991: Associate Professor of Social Psychology, Institute of Sociology, ELTE

1971-1982: Assistant Professor of Social Psychology, Institute of Sociology, ELTE

Teaching Experience

Introductory semester undergraduate course on Social Psychology

Undergraduate  course on Social Psychology of Anti-Semitism in Eastern Europe

Graduate course on Social Psychology and Anthropology of State Socialism

One semester graduate e-learning course on Social Psychology

Undergraduate course on Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations

Research seminar on Social Construction of the Nation in Eastern and Central Europe

Research Seminar on Gypsies in Central and Eastern Europe

Professional Societies

2010- President, Hungarian Sociological Association

1990-95 International Association of Political Science, RC on Political Education and Socialization, Board member 2010-  President of the Hungarian Sociological Association

1993-94 President, Hungarian Sociological Association

Editorial Board Membership

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (2000-2013)

Szociológiai Szemle

Jel-Kép

Politikatudományi Szemle

Publications in English

2014


The Rise of the Mafia State.

Global Dialogue 4.1 (March 2014). http://isa-global-dialogue.net/volume-4-issue-1/

2012

New Authoritarianism in Hungary at the beginning of the 21st Century (coauthored with István Murányi). Central European Political Science Review. Vol.13. No.50. 65-95.

2011

New authoritarianism-a research note. In Revista Sociologie Românească Vol. IX. No. 1. pp. 47-63 (co-authorerd w. G. Prazsak)

Experimental Democracy Research. (coauthored with István Murányi). Society and Economy 33, no.  2 (date?):  407-412.2010

Gypesies and gadje- The perception of Roma in Hungarian Society. Central European Political Science Review. Vol.11. No.40. Summer. 62-78.

2009

Masquarade in the Blogroom. Effects of Anonimity on Communication in the New Medium.

In Nyiri, K. (szerk.) Egagement and Exposure. Mobile Communication and the Ethics of Social Networking. Vienna: Passagen. 111-120.

2008  

Wiki Knowledge. Resurgence of the Collective Mind. In Nyiri K. (ed.) Integration and Ubiquity. Towards a Philosophy of Telecommunications Convergence. Vienna: Passagen Verlag. 255-262.

2007

Between Two Worlds. The Discrepant Roles of Secret Agents of Past Regimes. In Poppe, E., Verkuyten, M.(eds.) Culture and Conflict. Liber Amicorum for Louk Hagendoorn. Amsterdam:Aksant. 69-75.

The New Distress of the Central European Small States. Central European Political Science Review, vol.7. No.26.42-48.

2005

 The Multiple Lives of the Hungarian Highwayman (with Monika Mátay) In Gilman Srebnick, A., Lévy, R. (Eds.) Crime and Culture. An Historical Perspective. Aldershor:Ashgate. 183-197.

2004

 'Construction of the Roma Identity in Eastern and Central Europe: Perception and Self-identification.’ Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Vol.30. No.1. 129-150. (with Dávid Simon)

Blindness to success. Social-psíchological objectives along the way to a market economy in Eastern Europe’ (coauthored with Antal Örkeny and Maria Szekelyi) In Kornai, J., Rose-Ackerman, S (eds) Creating Social Trust in Post-Socialist Transition. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 213-240.

Paradigm Change in Sociology.’ Review of Sociology. Vol.10.2. 39-46 (with G.Prazsák)

National identity in Hungary at the Turn of the Millenium.’ In Kolosi, T., Tóth, I.Gy., Vukovich, Gy. (Eds.) Social Report 2004. Budapest:TÁRKI. 456-468.

2003

 ’Ambitious education: the role of family, school and friends in the development of successful Romany life courses.’ Romani Studies 5, Vol.13, No. 1 53-72 (coauthored with M.Székelyi, A. Örkény)

2001

 ’Determinants of Denial and Acceptance of Refugees in Hungary.” In in Phalet, K., Örkény, A, (eds.) Ethnic Minorities and Inter-Ethnic Relations in Context. Aldershot:Ashgate 85-96 (coauthored with Fábián, Z., and Sik, E.)

Attitudes and Stereotypes of Hungarian Police toward Gypsies.’ in Phalet, K., Örkény, A, (eds.) Ethnic Minorities and Inter-Ethnic Relations in Context. Aldershot:Ashgate. 217-228 (coauthored with M. Székelyi, Örkény, A.)

2000

 Grappling with National Identity. How nations see each other in Central Europe. Coauthored with A. Örkeny and M. Szekelyi Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó

European Nations and Nationalism. Theoretical and historical perspectives. Aldershot:Ashgate (coeditor)

'Conflicting Bonds of Ethnicity and Citizenship in Transylvania, Romania' Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism vol.27.No.1-2. 101-110

Transition Blues. The Hungarian Quarterly. Vo.41.Summer. 64-71. 2000

 Grappling with National Identity. How nations see each other in Central Europe. Coauthored with A. Örkeny and M. Szekelyi Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó

European Nations and Nationalism. Theoretical and historical perspectives. Aldershot:Ashgate (coeditor)

'Conflicting Bonds of Ethnicity and Citizenship in Transylvania, Romania'  Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism vol.27.No.1-2. 101-110

1998

 ’The school of freedom.’ In Hufer,K-P., Wellie, B. (Hrsg) Sozialwissenschaftliche und bildungstheoretische Reflexionen: fachliche und didaktische Perspektiven zur politisch-gesellschaftlichen Aufklarung.Hamburg.301-310

Not known, only felt. Representation of National Sovereignty in Hungarian Society Today. In Gombár, Cs., Hankiss, E., Lengyel, L., Várnai Gy. (eds.) The Appeal of Sovereignty. Hungary, Austria and Russia. Boulder, Co.: Social Science Monographs. Atlantic Research and Publications, Inc. Distributed by Columbia University Press. 131-158.

1997

 'The imagery of national anthems in Europe.' Canadian Review of Nationalism.24.1-2.33-41 (coauthored with A. Orkeny)

National Identity in Contemporary Hungary. Social Science Monographs, Boulder, Colorado. ARP, Inc.Highland Lakes, NJ. Distributed by Columbia University Press, New York.

1996

 'The changing facets of Hungarian nationalism.' Social Research. Vol.63. No.1. 247-286 (coauthored with A.Orkeny)

Deluded Nations:Dynamics of Nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe. In Farnen, R., Dekkere, H., Meyenberg, R,, German, D. (eds) Democracy, Socialization and Conflicting Loyalties in East and West. Cross-National and Comparative Perspectives. London:Macmillan. 223-241.

Hungarians’s Conflicting Identifications with the Homeland and Europe. Coautherd with L.Kéri, and I. Stumpf. In Farnen, R., Dekker, H., Meyenberg, R,, German, D. (eds) Democracy, Socialization and Conflicting Loyalties in East and West. Cross-National and Comparative Perspectives. London:Macmillan. 195-206.

1995

 'Ideology and national identity: a national outlook.' Journal of Peace Research.vol.32.No.2. 165-179 (coauthored)

Accounting for the rich and the poor: existential justice in comparative perspective.’ In Kluegel, J.R., Mason, D.S., Wegener, B. Social Justice and Political Change. Public Opinion in Capitalist and Post-Communist States. New York:Aldine de Gruyter. 179-2O9. (coauthored)

1994

 The Impact of Class, Ethnicity, and Nationality ont he Identity of Disadvantaged Young Hungarians.( Coauthored with Z. Békés) In Farnen, R. (ed.) Nationalism, Ethnicity and Identity. New Brunswick:Transactions. 357-369

1992

 Ideology and Political Beliefs in Hungary. The Twilight of State Socialism. (coauthored with A. Orkeny) London: Pinter Publishers

1991

. 'Competing patterns of national identity in post-communist Hungary.' Media, Culture and Society. Vol.13.325-339.

1989

 Structures and Contents of Hungarian National Identity. Frankfurt am Main:Peter Lang

New alternatives of community building in Hungary.’ Health Promotion, vol.4. No.3. 247-254.

1982

 'Sense of national belongingness as a result of socialization.' International Journal of Political Education. 5.4.377-387

1972

 'An experimental investigation into the formation of intergroup relations.' European Journal of Social Psychology. 2,202-204. (coauthored)