Tamás Dombos

Junior Research Fellow
PhD student
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PhD hallgató

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Qualifications: 
MA in International Relations, Budapest University of Economic Sciences (2003)
MA in Sociology and Social Anthropology, Central European University (2004)
Academic/research topics: 
equality policies
contemporary social theory
anthropology of consumption
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
English
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
Spanish
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
Hungarian
CEU PhD Student
Year of enrollment: 
2003/2004

Publications

Book Chapter
Takács, Judit, and Tamás Dombos. "Az LMBT emberek társadalmi integrációját segítő tényezők Magyarországon." In Társadalmi integráció a jelenkori Magyarországon, edited by Imre Kovách, 383-397. Budapest: Argumentum, 2012.
Dombos, Tamás. "Narratives of Concern: Beyond the “Official” Discourse of Ethical Consumption in Hungary." In Ethical Consumption: Social Value and Economic Practice, edited by James G. Carrier and Luetchford Peter, 125-141. New York - Oxford: Berghan Books, 2012.
Dombos, Tamás, and Léna Pellandini-Simányi. "Kids, Cars, or Cashews?: Debating and Remembering Consumption in Socialist Hungary." In Communism Unwrapped: Consumption in Cold War Eastern Europe, edited by Paulina Bren and Mary Neuburger, 325-350. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
Dombos, Tamás. "“Longing for the west”: the geo-symbolics of the ethical consumption discourse in Hungary." In Hidden Hands in the Market: Ethnographies of Fair Trade, Ethical Consumption, and Corporate Social Responsibility, edited by Geert De Neve, Luetchford Peter, Jeffrey Pratt and Donald C. Wood, 123-141. Research in Economic Anthropology. Emerald, 2008. Abstract
Dombos, Tamás, Anna Horvath, and Andrea Krizsan. "Where did Gender Disappear? Anti-Discrimination Policy in the EU Accession Process in Hungary." In Multiple Meanings of Gender Equality. A Critical Frame Analysis of Gender Policies in Europe , 233-256. Center for Policy Studies Book Series. Budapest: CEU Press, 2007.
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