Essays about: "New Germans"

Found 5 essays containing the words New Germans.

  1. 1. Political Campaign Strategies of the party Alternative for Germany : A qualitative Study of Posters for the 2017 Federal Election

    University essay from Högskolan i Jönköping/HLK, Medie- och kommunikationsvetenskap

    Author : Annika Reitz; [2019]
    Keywords : Strategic political communication; ontological security; nationalism; framing theory; Alternative for Germany; Critical Discourse Analysis;

    Abstract : During the past ten years, European politics experienced a rise of far right-wing parties because of intensified levels of insecurity among the public (Falasca & Grandien, 2017). These parties organize their political discourse around topics of nationalism and a strong opinion against immigration, the Euro and the European Union (Breeze, 2019; Häusler, 2018). READ MORE

  2. 2. The Pro-Plurality Movement in Germany - How Migrant Organisations and New German Organisations Claim the Vision of an Inclusive Post-Migrant Society

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen; Lunds universitet/Graduate School; Lunds universitet/Master of Science in Global Studies

    Author : Fabian Münch; [2019]
    Keywords : Plurality; Post-migrant Society; Participation; Social Movements; New Germans; NDO; TGD; Migration; Tilly; Tarrow; Post-migrant Frame; Inclusion; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Every third child in Germany has a migration background, which makes social negotiations on the participation of migrants and their descendants in this diverse society increasingly relevant. Therefore, the study examines how Migrant Organisations (MOs) and Post-Migrant Organisations (PMO) engage in contentious politics in the context of this increasing plurality. READ MORE

  3. 3. Stability of fertility preferences and intentions : A new angle on studying fertility behavior in Germany

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Sociologiska institutionen

    Author : Antonia Spath; [2018]
    Keywords : Fertility preferences; family size preference; short-term fertility intentions; fertility intentions; Germany; Theory of Planned Behavior; life course perspective; attitudes; working life; female labor force participation; gender; parity;

    Abstract : Prevailing low fertility rates in several European states, such as Germany, have been studied widely in recent years. Findings include discrepancies between fertility preference and actual family size as well as between fertility intentions and fertility behavior; an ‘unmet need’ for children found on the individual and the societal level. READ MORE

  4. 4. Enhancing trust online A cross Bsectional study on users judgments of online bank websites in Germany

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Linköpings universitet/FöretagsekonomiFilosofiska fakulteten; Linköpings universitet/Linköpings universitet/FöretagsekonomiFilosofiska fakulteten

    Author : Gabi Martin; Joakim Jonasson; [2014]
    Keywords : trust; risk; website interaction factors; online bank; judgments; intuition; reasoning; Germany;

    Abstract : Background: One the latest developments in the banking sector are online banks, which provide their services only online while physical offices are not available. Market research conducted in Germany, have shown that Germans are hesitating to adopt to the digital offered banking services. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Second-Generation Turkish-Germans Return ‘Home’: Gendered Narratives of Renegotiated Identities

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Europastudier

    Author : Nilay Kilinç; [2013]
    Keywords : diaspora; gender; return migration; colletive memory; Second generation; Turkish-Germans; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Turkish migration to Germany which started in the 1960s as ‘guestworker’ migration soon matured to a permanent settlement. Today, Turkish labour diaspora is the largest migrant group in Germany and Europe. The daughters and sons of the first generation Turkish migrants have a different understanding of ‘home’ compared to their parents. READ MORE