Books by George Ligeti

George Ligeti published 8 books:

2012

OMG! Not Training Again! 220 pp.
 
Why do you get cramps in the stomach when you hear the word “training”? Where does the problem stem from? Is there a difference between team building and getting sloshed? How can the latter facilitate organisation development? What difficulties can the training venue inherently present?
What are the responsibilities of the organisation leader and the trainer? Why do we form a circle during discussion? How can training contribute to the business success of a company? And how can it not? There are the questions the book intends to answer. Read free chapters now…

Also published by a Hungarian Publisher:

Ligeti György (2011): Úristen, megint tréning! M-Érték Kiadó, Budapest. ISBN: 9786155113130 (152 pp.)


2007

CSR – Corporate Social Responsibility. Kurt Lewin Foundation, Budapest, 230 pp.
 
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2006

Methodology. Researching social phenomena. (co-author: Gábor Héra). Osiris Kiadó, Budapest, 371 pp.
 
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2006

Democratic Socialization. (Demokráciára nevelés) (edited by George Ligeti). Kurt Lewin Foundation, Budapest, 82 pp.
 
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2003

Kindler (School, Democracy, Civilisation). Új Mandátum Kiadó, Budapest, 270 pp.
 
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2004

XENO Written and edited by George Ligeti. Kurt Lewin Foundation, Budapest. 48 pp. 
3,000 copies published to mark the accession of Hungary to the European Union. Supported by the MATRA-KAP Programme of the Royal Netherlands Embassy and the Kurt Lewin Foundation.


2002

Who are they – The Problem of a Scientific approach. In: Forray, R. K. – Mohácsi, E. [ed.]: Opportunities and Limits. (The Roma Community in Hungary at the Millennium.) Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Budapest.  
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2001

Cigány Népismereti Tankönyv 7–10. (Introduction to Roma People (course book)) Konsept-H Kiadó, Budapest, 170 pp. (Awarded first prize in a closed competition by the Ministry of Education)  
The book does not identify itself with the sole conveyance of Roma ethnographic information but intends to discuss the past and present of Roma people from a sociological, anthropological, social-psychological, and a legal standpoint in a multi-disciplinary and easy-to-understand manner. Learn more about this book…


2000

Fundamentals of Sociology (An Introduction to Sociology). Comenius Kiadó, Pécs, 252 pp. (co-author: János Girán)
 
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2000

All is Different. Új Mandátum Kiadó, Budapest, 200 pp. (co-authors: Anikó Csáki, Klára Czike, Adél Rózsavölgyi, and Adrienn Csizmady)  
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1998

Cigányság; (Being Roma) (Körtánc Füzetek); co-author: Ilona Varga  
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