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Made in Hungary: Studies in Popular Music

Being visible in the world is always difficult in the Central and Eastern European region.  Made in Hungary is the first book in the Popular Music Studies series of Routledge from the region.   A description of our first datasets, the motivation of the research and the CEEMID concept is laid out as a closing, quantitative chapter in the book.

Emília Barna, Tamás Tófalvy from the Department of Sociology and Communication of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics put a lot of enthusiastic work into editing this book.  I hope that in the future we will find a research and educational cooperation with their great team in Budapest.