The Routledge Handbook of German Politics & Culture

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Sarah Colvin
Routledge, 27.11.2014 - 494 Seiten

The Routledge Handbook of German Politics and Culture offers a wide-ranging and authoritative account of Germany in the 21st century. It gathers the expertise of internationally leading scholars of German culture, politics, and society to explore and explain

  • historical pathways to contemporary Germany
  • the current ‘Berlin Republic’
  • society and diversity
  • Germany and Europe
  • Germany and the world.

This is an essential resource for students, researchers, and all those looking to understand contemporary German politics and culture.

 

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List of illustrations
Germanys civilising values
regimes experiences and identities
Dresden as lieu de mémoire
from the Bonn to the Berlin Republic
The political and constitutional order
Party politics and electoral behaviour
Citizenship
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ecological modernisation industrial

Social wellbeingand democracy
Being East German in the Berlin Republic
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Immigration and integration
identity in diversity?
Theatre and diversity in the Berlin Republic
15
from ªcivilian power to ªtrading state?
Germany and America 19492012
Sport politics
overcoming the past?
Index
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Über den Autor (2014)

Sarah Colvin is the Schröder Professor of German at the University of Cambridge, UK.

Mark Taplin is a freelance scholar, editor, and translator.

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