Gegenwärtiger rassismus in Deutschland : zwischen biologie und kultureller identität / Johnnes Zuber.

Zuber, Johannes [Browse]
  • [Göttingen] : Universitätsverlag Göttingen, 2015.
  • ©2015
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Hardly any other topic polarized the Federal Republic's public in recent years as sustainably as the publication of the tendency towards racist theorems Thilo Sarrazins in the summer of 2010. Racist resentments once again proved to be established and debated here in many parts of German society, like the sales success of Sarrazin's bestseller "Germany abolishes itself" demonstrates. The present work focuses on this current, in particular biological-genetic, racism phenomenon in the Federal Republic of Germany in the period from 2007 to 2013. It analyzes the distribution, the conditions in which it originated and the scientific reality of biological, racist arguments in Germany. For this purpose, this work uses a combined research approach of social and natural sciences to analyze and assess the current racism phenomenon from both a social science and a biological perspective.
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Text in German.
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  • Gegenwärtiger Rassismus in Deutschland
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