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The Alternative for Germany from Breakthrough toward Consolidation?

A Comparative Perspective on Its Organizational Development

E. Gene Frankland

Government: In power the first time , ed., Kris Deschouwer (London, 2008): 1–16. 42 Piero Ignazi, Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe (Oxford, 2010), 107–123; and Franz Fallend, “Populism in government: The case of Austria (2000–2007)” in Populism in

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Christiane Lemke

/07/12/in-western-europe-populist-parties-tap-anti-establishment-frustration-but-have-little-appeal-across-ideological-divide/ , accessed 24 September 2019. 13 See https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2019/04/29/in

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Concepts of Emotions in Indian Languages

Margrit Pernau

arising and floating in the interaction between them. 21 These assumptions are linked to a development that started in Western Europe with the Reformation and Counter-Reformation, both of which accorded a religiously motivated importance to the

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The Problem of Modern Pederasty in Queer History

A Case Study of Norman Douglas

Rachel Hope Cleves

geographical scope of this article is broad, drawing in the Anglosphere and Western Europe. Norman Douglas and the Challenges of Writing Biography When Constantine FitzGibbon attempted to write a biography of Norman Douglas, he threw up his hands in despair

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A Clash of Civilizations?

Pegida and the Rise of Cultural Nationalism

David N. Coury

against the rise of “Eurabia” as a result of unchecked Muslim immigration. At the center of this argument, he writes, is first the claim that the political and ethical foundation of Western Europe lies in Christianity, and, second, that this tradition is

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Jeffrey Luppes, Klaus Berghahn, Meredith Heiser-Duron, Sara Jones, and Marcus Colla

border between Eastern and Western Europe was not a lifeless concrete barrier and was far more permeable than one might expect, especially, if one only thinks of the Berlin Wall or the inner-German border—even when these segments of the Iron Curtain are

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Hugo Bonin and Aleksandra Konarzewska

Western European countries, for which multiculturalism is a relatively new experience, Central and Eastern Europe were multiethnic, multireligious, and multilingual from the Middle Ages. However, World Wars I and II and their consequences (such as mass

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Rochelle Goldberg Ruthchild

2009 research conducted in St. Petersburg with twelve middle-class families, she finds that the “division of food-related household labor” (189) is similar to that in Western Europe and the United States. Not surprisingly, in all of these societies

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Camille Robcis and Benjamin Poole

five large nation-states of Western Europe that provide the main focus of the book, Bourdon finds relatively little evidence of transnational cultural integration. Despite some comparative commonalities distinguishing the “North” (Britain and Germany

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The East Side Story of Gender and Feminism

The Hungarian and Czech Cases

Gabriela Dudeková Kováčová

have credibly contested the simplified idea that the region experienced the same processes as Western Europe and the United States, but with a time lag. Such authors’ projections stemmed mainly from their lack of knowledge of the different cultural and