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The Societal Sector

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This chapter aims at drawing some relevant conclusions regarding the opportunities offered to ethnic minorities in Romania and their participation in security matters. It starts with an overview of the main theoretical aspects and a refinement of few necessary concepts. The chapter focuses on the historical developments in the 20th century, as the roots of some of today's problems belong to this period. It presents the elements of the securitization process in the societal context: actors involved and their roles, disputed issues between minority and majority, external influences, various securitization attempts and their outcomes. In addition, the possibility of a segregation attempt in Romania is looked into in relation to the rest of the findings. The chapter concludes by underline the relevance of the results in this area for the whole research. The analysis of the referent objects in the societal sector has to begin with the nation.

Keywords:ethnic minorities; Romania; securitization; societal sector



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