Ethnicity Belonging and Biography

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  • Author : Gabriele Rosenthal
  • Publisher : LIT Verlag Münster
  • Pages : 405 pages
  • ISBN : 3825816117
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Ethnicity Belonging and Biography

Ethnicity  Belonging and Biography
  • Author : Gabriele Rosenthal,Artur Bogner
  • Publisher : LIT Verlag Münster
  • Release : 04 December 2022
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The subjects of ethnicity and collective belonging have enjoyed high priority on the agenda of social science research over the last 20 years. Nevertheless there is need (and considerable scope) for further mutual adjustment and refinement of theoretical concepts, substantive empirical discoveries and research techniques. This volume offers a contribution to such efforts by leading practitioners of qualitative research with backgrounds in diverse disciplines. Their research focuses on the perspectives and biographical experiences of concrete "historical" actors within the contexts of

Biographies in the Global South

Biographies in the Global South
  • Author : Gabriele Rosenthal,Artur Bogner
  • Publisher : Campus Verlag
  • Release : 17 August 2017
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Life Stories Embedded in Figurations and Discourses Research into biography has historically focused almost wholly on the lives of people in the wealthier nations of the Global North. This book corrects that with a focus on the biographical histories of people—seen as part of larger groups or collectives, whether religious or political—from the Global South, with a particular focus on Africa and the Middle East. Taking the perspective of biographical research and figurational sociology, the essays gathered here

Negotiating Belongings

Negotiating Belongings
  • Author : Melanie Baak
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 28 July 2016
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Belonging is an issue that affects us all, but for those who have been displaced, unsettled or made ‘homeless’ by the increased movements associated with the contemporary globalising era, belonging is under constant challenge. Migration throws into question not only the belongings of those who physically migrate, but also, particularly in a postcolonial context, the belongings of those who are indigenous to and ‘settlers’ in countries of migration, subsequent generations born to migrants, and those who are left behind in

Beings Belongings and Places

Beings  Belongings and Places
  • Author : Alice Altissimo
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 31 July 2020
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Based on narrative interviews with international students including egocentric network maps, this book explores international students’ role in the contexts they live in and how transnational spaces and internationality are (co-)created and defined in the students’ relationships. It offers insights into how students’ beings and belongings are intersected by connections to various places. These insights are an invitation to develop new strategies for internationalisation within higher education institutions by taking into consideration the students’ existing transnational networks.

The Shape of Sociology for the 21st Century

The Shape of Sociology for the 21st Century
  • Author : Devorah Kalekin-Fishman,Ann Denis
  • Publisher : SAGE
  • Release : 20 April 2012
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"This is an important and thought-provoking collection of contemporary articles on the current crisis in social theory." - Professor Roger Penn, Lancaster University "With a comprehensive vision, great sociologists from around the world address the challenges of the new century." - Professor Michael Burawoy, University of California, Berkeley Over the past century, the field of sociology has experienced extraordinary expansion and vitality. But is this growth positive or negative - a promise of diversity or a threat of fragmentation? This

Die Interkulturalit tsdebatte Intercultural Discourse

Die Interkulturalit  tsdebatte   Intercultural Discourse
  • Author : Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach,Gita Dharampal-Frick,Minou Friele
  • Publisher : Verlag Karl Alber
  • Release : 12 July 2016
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Der interdisziplinär verfasste Band greift Begriffe (wie Multikulturalismus, Kosmopolitismus, Toleranz, Authentizität, Differenz etc.) auf, welche nicht allein aktuelle Debatten zur Interkulturalität prägen, sondern sich auch über den fachwissenschaftlichen Diskurs hinaus nachhaltig auf das Zusammenleben in modernen Gesellschaften auswirken. In kurzen Artikeln werden die Begriffe geklärt, da dies eine Voraussetzung für eine Verständigung im interdisziplinären und interkulturellen Diskurs ist. Durch das Zusammenbringen von differenzierten Darstellungen der zentralen Begriffe in einem Überblickswerk, wird eine

Rethinking History Reframing Identity

Rethinking History  Reframing Identity
  • Author : Alexandra Wangler
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 09 April 2012
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This book contributes to the theoretical and methodological discussion about how the diverging experiences of generations and their historical memories play a role in the process of national identity formation. Drawing from narratives gathered within the Ukrainian minority in northern Poland and centered on the collective trauma of Action Vistula, where in 1947 about 140,000 Ukrainians were resettled from south-eastern Poland and relocated to the north-western areas, this study shows that three generations vary considerably with regard to their understandings of home,

Migration and Social Pathways

Migration and Social Pathways
  • Author : Anna Guhlich
  • Publisher : Verlag Barbara Budrich
  • Release : 02 October 2017
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The landscape of European migration has changed considerably over the past decades, in particular after the fall of the iron curtain and again after the EU enlargement to the east. The author researches the phenomenon of highly qualified migration using the example of migration between the Czech Republic and Germany. The book reveals diverse strategies migrants use to respond to the possible de-valuation of their qualification, e.g. by making use of their language skills, starting new studies or using

Football Fans Rivalry and Cooperation

Football Fans  Rivalry and Cooperation
  • Author : Christian Brandt,Fabian Hertel,Sean Huddleston
  • Publisher : Taylor & Francis
  • Release : 21 April 2017
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Football is undoubtedly the sport with the largest following in the world, attracting billions of fans across the globe. These fans play an integral part in determining the identity of the football club they support. Many studies have focused on the intense rivalry between clubs, their fans and the opposing identities they represent. However, little attention has been paid to examples of cooperation between rival fans. This book is the first to explore antagonistic cooperation in football; the idea that

Multiethnic Democracy

Multiethnic Democracy
  • Author : Jeremy Horowitz
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 03 March 2022
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Who are the swing voters in multiethnic democracies? How much effort do parties invest in courting the swing relative to mobilizing supporters in their core ethnic bases? And how does this balance affect the policies leaders propose - and implement - if elected? This book examines the logic of electoral competition and policymaking in the context of Kenya's emerging multiparty democracy. Using data on voters, campaigns, and policy outcomes, it shows that the pursuit of the swing encourages presidential candidates

Imagining Futures

Imagining Futures
  • Author : Carola Lentz,Isidore Lobnibe
  • Publisher : Indiana University Press
  • Release : 03 May 2022
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What keeps a family together? In Imagining Futures, authors Carola Lentz and Isidore Lobnibe offer a unique look at one extended African family, currently comprising over five hundred members in Northern Ghana and Burkina Faso. Members of this extended family, like many others in the region, find themselves living increasingly farther apart and working in diverse occupations ranging from religious clergy and civil service to farming. What keeps them together as a family? In their groundbreaking work, Lentz and Lobnibe

The Rise of Africa s Middle Class

The Rise of Africa s Middle Class
  • Author : Henning Melber
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 15 December 2016
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Across Africa, a burgeoning middle class has become the poster child for the 'Africa rising' narrative. Ambitious, aspirational and increasingly affluent, this group is said to embody the values and hopes of the new Africa, with international bodies ranging from the United Nations Development Programme to the World Bank regarding them as important agents of both economic development and democratic change. This narrative, however, obscures the complex and often ambiguous role that this group actually plays in African societies. Bringing