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Pointing Fingers at the Media?

Coverage of the 2017 Bundestag Election

Alexander Beyer and Steven Weldon

long recognized the power of psychological attachment to in-groups for understanding political behavior. Much of this research has focused on the power of partisan identity. 19 Nevertheless, race and ethnicity can play an even more powerful role in

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Violence, Social Movements, and Black Freedom Struggles

Ten Theses toward a Research Agenda for Scholars of Contention Today

AK Thompson

, 253 – 264 . New York : Schocken . Benjamin , Walter . 1978 . “ Critique of Violence .” In Reflections , 291 – 316 . New York : Schocken . Davis , Angela Y. 1983 . Women, Race and Class . New York : Vintage . Du Bois , W. E. B

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intellectual territory, and the journal has done so as well, in recent years giving special attention, for example, to French colonial history and its postcolonial consequences; to French-speaking societies outside Europe; to issues of gender, sexuality, race

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Camille Robcis and Benjamin Poole

invisible forms of governmentality. From this perspective, the management of race, religion, and sexuality are not exceptions or blind spots in an otherwise liberal view of the world (as Chabal suggests in his analysis of Furet on page 163): these exclusions

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Constructing Difference and Imperial Strategy

Contrasting Representations of Irish and Zionist Nationalism in British Political Discourse (1917–1922)

Maggy Hary

that kept alive the desire to break up the Union, Balfour answered: Judging by Nationalist speeches you might suppose that it was the destruction by England of Irish institutions, built up by an Irish race and giving political unity to an Irish nation

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Amélie Auzoux

multiple des peuples. En cela, Larbaud semble avoir retenu la leçon de Taine: [Au siècle dernier] on se représentait les hommes de toute race et de tout siècle comme à peu près semblables, le Grec, le barbare, l’Indou, l’homme de la Renaissance et l

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The New Nationalism?

Antecedents of the Alternative for Germany's Islamfeindlichkeit

J Sterphone

.” 16 The shift toward “culturalization” or “civilizationism” overlaps with analyses of what Etienne Balibar calls “neo-racism.” 17 Given the strict cultural taboo around discussing race or claiming its relevance in post–World War II Western Europe

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Artificial Intelligence

Faith in Machine or Man?

Jan Martijn Meij

genes are implanted, the choice is made for us. Once this type of genetic engineering becomes widespread, rather than a choice, it becomes mandated—not by government, but by competition—and parents will engage in a genetic arms race (BM: 195). The search

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Licht aus–Spot an

How Schlager (ZDF 1969–1984) Beat Disco (ZDF 1971–1982)

Sunka Simon

for Southern European migrant workers familiar with their careers residing in Germany due to West Germany’s bilateral recruitment program (e.g., with Greece in 1960). Thus, a Germany divided along generational, linguistic, cultural, political, race

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Hannah Callaway, Alec G. Hargreaves, and John P. Murphy

and other social commentators in France in the last decades of the twentieth century. Although more recently some have claimed that class has taken a back seat to a focus on race and ethnicity—especially since the urban riots of fall 2005—one of the