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Janice Bockmeyer

Both Berlin and the European Union are transformed by global migration trends that are creating extraordinary ethnic diversity. Social inclusion is now one of the top priorities of the EU's URBAN II program. Berlin's Social Cities/Neighborhood Management program stands at the vortex of joint EU, German and city-state efforts to achieve social inclusion in low-income, ethnically diverse communities. This article assesses the impact of Social Cities/Neighborhood Management on inclusion for Berlin's large Turkish minority in two immigrant neighborhoods. It focuses particularly on the level of incorporation of Turkish nonprofit organizations into Neighborhood Management decision making. Finally, the article asks what role ethnic nonprofits should play in community revitalization, and whether social inclusion can be achieved where their role is diminished.

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Selin Çağatay, Olesya Khromeychuk, Stanimir Panayotov, Zlatina Bogdanova, Margarita Karamihova, and Angelina Vacheva

Lens of Social Inclusion , Surrey, UK: Ashgate, 2011, vii + 243 pp., $78.70 (hardback), ISBN 978-1-4094-2880-0. Book Review by Zlatina Bogdanova Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofi a

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Kylie Message, Masaaki Morishita, Conal McCarthy, and Lee Davidson

, Dhaka, Suzhou, and Dubai, the soft power of museums is linked with economic impact, intercultural understanding, contextual intelligence, social inclusion, and decolonization, among other contributions that cultural institutions might make. Together they

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Jingyi Li

. Discourses of gender equality and social inclusion have also gradually emerged in Chinese society. Although we will have to wait a long time before they are accepted by the majority, EFL textbooks show that they have attracted the attention of educators. The

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Steamships to Suffragettes

A Case Study of Interpretative Museology, Public Engagement, and Digital Development

Nicolas Bigourdan, Kevin Edwards, and Michael McCarthy

.1002/j.1834-4453.2009.tb00071.x Sandell , Richard . 2003 . “ Social Inclusion, the Museum and the Dynamics of Sectoral Change .” Museum and Society 1 : 45 – 62 . Simon , Katie M. , Angelia M. Payne , Keenan Cole , Christopher S. Smallwood

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The District Leadership Cadre of the Stasi

Who Were These Men and Why Did They Not Crush Mass Protest in 1989?

Uwe Krähnke, Anja Zschirpe, Philipp Reimann, and Scott Stock Gissendanner

’s sense of a “total institution.” 15 The characteristics Goffman identified as typical for military bases, prisons, or ships were typical also of the Stasi organization, most especially the aspects of social inclusion and control. Goffman’s concept was

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A Spectre Haunting Europe

Angela Merkel and the Challenges of Far-Right Populism

Joyce Marie Mushaben

a co-equal legislative body, enjoying democratic legitimacy and a forty-year record of upholding “citizen rights,” the Europhobes hope to use it to rollback policies warranting equal treatment and social inclusion across the continent. They are

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Democratizing the Digital Collection

New Players and New Pedagogies in Three-Dimensional Cultural Heritage

Jane-Heloise Nancarrow

the ubiquity of digital heritage, as well as the objects themselves that may not ever be available for public display in a conventional setting. Three-dimensional modeling also presents the potential for wider social inclusion in heritage. 3-D displays

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Katrin Sieg

Albania—says little about the demographics of a country or its commitment to social inclusion. Rather, it points to the way in which blackness in European popular culture has become a signifier of cultural hipness, and thus certifies a modern image of the

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Tobias Schulze-Cleven

As scholars and policymakers debate how to combine social inclusion with competitiveness under twenty-first-century economic conditions, the German model of labor relations is again attracting significant attention. Yet, assessments of its