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HU OSA 429-2-4 John Wesley Theological College
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John Wesley Theological College
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1998 - 2015
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Csákó, Mihály
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Mihály Csákó was an associate professor at John Wesley Theological College starting in September 2018. He lectured in sociology, sociology of education, social statistics and pedagogical research methodology.

His research and writings between 2009 and 2019 include: Adolescents in Budapest on the Jews; Five-by-four-year balance sheet on young teenagers and democracy; Does the hidden curriculum work?; The IQ debate.

The series includes student essays, syllabuses, lesson plans, notes, sociology of education manuscripts, administrative files, Academic Council documents, materials for the launch of the Bachelor of Social Pedagogy and the Master of Social Communication and Media programs.

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Arranged by Réka Heszterényi, Erzsébet Szöllősi, and Örs Lehel Tari. Described by Erzsébet Szöllősi. English translations by Judit Hegedüs and Iván Székely. October 31, 2023.
HU OSA 429-2-4 John Wesley Theological College
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Title
John Wesley Theological College
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Date(s)
1998 - 2015
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Series
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2 Archival boxes, 0.25 linear meters
Context
Name of creator(s)
Csákó, Mihály
Content and structure
Scope and content (narrative)

Mihály Csákó was an associate professor at John Wesley Theological College starting in September 2018. He lectured in sociology, sociology of education, social statistics and pedagogical research methodology.

His research and writings between 2009 and 2019 include: Adolescents in Budapest on the Jews; Five-by-four-year balance sheet on young teenagers and democracy; Does the hidden curriculum work?; The IQ debate.

The series includes student essays, syllabuses, lesson plans, notes, sociology of education manuscripts, administrative files, Academic Council documents, materials for the launch of the Bachelor of Social Pedagogy and the Master of Social Communication and Media programs.

Content and structure
Accruals
Not Expected
Conditions of access and use
Conditions governing access
Not Restricted
Conditions of access and use
Conditions governing reproduction
Third party rights are to be cleared.
Description Control
Archivist's note
Arranged by Réka Heszterényi, Erzsébet Szöllősi, and Örs Lehel Tari. Described by Erzsébet Szöllősi. English translations by Judit Hegedüs and Iván Székely. October 31, 2023.