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Rethinking the public sphere through transnationalizing processes : Europe and beyond, edited by Armando Salvatore, Oliver Schmidtke, Hans-Jorg Trenz

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Rethinking the public sphere through transnationalizing processes : Europe and beyond
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Rethinking the public sphere through transnationalizing processes
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Europe and beyond
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edited by Armando Salvatore, Oliver Schmidtke, Hans-Jorg Trenz
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eng
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This book discusses the extent to which the theoretical relevance and analytical rigor of the concept of the public sphere is affected (or undermined) by current processes of transnationalization. The contributions address fundamental questions concerning the viability of a socially and politically effective public sphere in a post-Westphalian world. To what degree are the theoretical presuppositions regarding the critical function and democratic quality of public deliberation still valid in contemporary societies that adhere decreasingly to the Westphalian logic of closed national political communities and modes of communication? Under what conditions is the critical impetus of the public sphere still applicable in a world that, in Europe and beyond, is increasingly responding to processes of trans-border interaction and communication? --
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Salvatore, Armando
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  • Schmidtke, Oliver
  • Trenz, Hans-Jörg
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Palgrave studies in European political sociology
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  • Transparency in government
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Rethinking the public sphere through transnationalizing processes : Europe and beyond, edited by Armando Salvatore, Oliver Schmidtke, Hans-Jorg Trenz
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PART I: RETHINKING THE PUBLIC SPHERE: BEYOND THE NATIONAL ARENA? 1. Struggling with the Concept of a Public Sphere; Klaus Eder 2. The Counterfactual Imagination Punctuated by Triple Contingency: On Klaus Eder's Theory of the New Public Sphere; Piet Strydom 3. Ambivalent Representations of Collective Identity: Heroes, Victims, Perpetrators; Bernhard Giesen 4. Beyond the Political Mythology of the Westphalian World Order: Religion, Communicative Action, and the Transnationalization of the Public Sphere; Armando Salvatore 5. Social Movements and the Public Sphere; Donatella della Porta PART II: BETWEEN EUROPEAN CITIZENSHIP AND TRANSNATIONAL COLLECTIVE IDENTITIES 6. Europe's Search for an Attentive Public: Evidence, Prospects, and Prognoses; Paul Statham and Ruud Koopmans 7. Towards Pan-European Contentions? European Integration and its Effects on Political Mobilization; Christian Lahusen 8. Towards an Anthropology of the European Union. Insights from Greece; Anna Triandafyllidou, Hara Kouki, and Ruby Gropas 9. Climate Change as a Rhetorical Resource and Masterframe. An Analysis of the Daily Press Coverage and Public Opinion in Italy; Lorenzo Beltrame, Massimiano Bucchi, Barbara Mattè PART III: INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION: ADDRESSING THE CULTURAL OTHER IN EUROPE 10. Differentiation of Migration Patterns in Europe. Social Integration Amidst Competing Societal Leitbilder of Enclosure of the Other, Acceptance and Encouragement of Migration; Roland Verwiebe, Laura Wiesböck, and Roland Teitzer 11. The 'New Germany' and Its Transformation Process: Narrating Collective Identity in Times of Transnational Mobilit; Naika Foroutan 12. Jews and Turks in Germany: Immigrant Integration, Political Representation, and Minority Rights; Gökçe Yurdakul 13. Towards a Cosmopolitan and Inclusive European Identity? Negotiating Immigrants' Inclusion and Exclusion in the New Europe; Oliver Schmidtke
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FIEb17381502
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23 cm.
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xvi, 296 pages
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9781137283191
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unmediated
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rdamedia.
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illustrations
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(OCoLC)827256612
Label
Rethinking the public sphere through transnationalizing processes : Europe and beyond, edited by Armando Salvatore, Oliver Schmidtke, Hans-Jorg Trenz
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent.
  • rdacontent.
Contents
PART I: RETHINKING THE PUBLIC SPHERE: BEYOND THE NATIONAL ARENA? 1. Struggling with the Concept of a Public Sphere; Klaus Eder 2. The Counterfactual Imagination Punctuated by Triple Contingency: On Klaus Eder's Theory of the New Public Sphere; Piet Strydom 3. Ambivalent Representations of Collective Identity: Heroes, Victims, Perpetrators; Bernhard Giesen 4. Beyond the Political Mythology of the Westphalian World Order: Religion, Communicative Action, and the Transnationalization of the Public Sphere; Armando Salvatore 5. Social Movements and the Public Sphere; Donatella della Porta PART II: BETWEEN EUROPEAN CITIZENSHIP AND TRANSNATIONAL COLLECTIVE IDENTITIES 6. Europe's Search for an Attentive Public: Evidence, Prospects, and Prognoses; Paul Statham and Ruud Koopmans 7. Towards Pan-European Contentions? European Integration and its Effects on Political Mobilization; Christian Lahusen 8. Towards an Anthropology of the European Union. Insights from Greece; Anna Triandafyllidou, Hara Kouki, and Ruby Gropas 9. Climate Change as a Rhetorical Resource and Masterframe. An Analysis of the Daily Press Coverage and Public Opinion in Italy; Lorenzo Beltrame, Massimiano Bucchi, Barbara Mattè PART III: INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION: ADDRESSING THE CULTURAL OTHER IN EUROPE 10. Differentiation of Migration Patterns in Europe. Social Integration Amidst Competing Societal Leitbilder of Enclosure of the Other, Acceptance and Encouragement of Migration; Roland Verwiebe, Laura Wiesböck, and Roland Teitzer 11. The 'New Germany' and Its Transformation Process: Narrating Collective Identity in Times of Transnational Mobilit; Naika Foroutan 12. Jews and Turks in Germany: Immigrant Integration, Political Representation, and Minority Rights; Gökçe Yurdakul 13. Towards a Cosmopolitan and Inclusive European Identity? Negotiating Immigrants' Inclusion and Exclusion in the New Europe; Oliver Schmidtke
Control code
FIEb17381502
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 296 pages
Isbn
9781137283191
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)827256612

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