Kriminalizácia homosexuality v Československu (1918-1938) - nástupníckom štáte Rakúsko-Uhorska. Zmeny, vplyvy, paralely

Title in English The Criminalization of Homosexuality in the Czechoslovak Republic (1918-1938) - the successor state of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Changes, Impacts, Parallels

MAKO Michal

Year of publication 2018
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description The Article dealt with the criminalization of homosexuality after the disintegration of Austria-Hungaria, an important European power unit, in its successor state – the First Czechoslovak Republic. It described the transformation of the legislation of criminalization of homosexuality after the dissolution of the constitutional dualistic monarchy and the creation of a new democratic republic on its territory. It captured the impacts of the newly-formed state entity on the position of homosexual minority society and its juristic form of persecution. It monitored the European parallels and differences in the disintegration of the state entities and the subsequent access to criminalization of homosexuality in their new state subjects and units in the same historical period.
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