PREISSOVÁ KREJČÍ, Andrea, Jana KOČÍ and Martina CICHÁ. School and Press – Two Pillars of Czech national Identity in Croatia. In Osman TITREK, Agniezska ZEMBRZUSKA, Gozde SEZEN-GULTEKIN. ICLEL 18 Conference Proceeding Book. Sakarya, Turkey: Sakarya University, 2018. p. 433-436. ISBN 978-605-66495-3-0.
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Original name School and Press – Two Pillars of Czech national Identity in Croatia
Authors PREISSOVÁ KREJČÍ, Andrea (203 Czech Republic, belonging to the institution), Jana KOČÍ and Martina CICHÁ (guarantor).
Edition Sakarya, Turkey, ICLEL 18 Conference Proceeding Book, p. 433-436, 4 pp. 2018.
Publisher Sakarya University
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Original language English
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study 50301 Education, general; including training, pedagogy, didactics [and education systems]
Country of publisher Turkey
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Publication form electronic version available online
RIV identification code RIV/47813059:19510/18:A0000137
Organization unit Faculty of Public Policies in Opava
ISBN 978-605-66495-3-0
UT WoS 000464906100048
Keywords in English Czech minority; Croatia; minority school; newspapers; national identity; collective memory
Tags International impact, Reviewed
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Czechs in Croatia have maintained their national identity for more than two centuries since the arrival of the first colonists to Slavonia. They truly deserve to be considered the best organized Czech minority in the world. There are 31 Czech „Besedas“ (Czech clubs) in Croatia, including the Cultural-Artistic association (dance, vocal, theatre). These organizations cooperate under the Union of Czechs in Croatia which has become the cultural, social as well as administrative centre of Czech minority life. The most significant proof of Czech identity is the Czech language. When it comes to preserving the Czech language within the Czech minority, it is essential that the Czech language remains not only a folklore feature but a means of everyday communication. National identity is a type of collective identity, that lies are collective memory or historical knowledge. Apart from the communication within families, Czech schools and the newspapers published by Jednota help preserve the language as well as the memories of the shared history. The aim of the paper is to show both of these cooperating institutions since their beginning in the 20th century, highlighting their importance for preserving Czech national identity in Croatia
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