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Spieker | Hofmann


Teilhabe und Zusammenleben in der Migrationsgesellschaft
Nomos,  2020, 268 Pages

ISBN 978-3-8487-7680-1

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The work is part of the series Tutzinger Studien zur Politik (Volume 17)
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englischHowever, all this first and foremost presents a challenge rather than offering an explanation, and there are multifarious questions and implicit prerequisites connected with it: Within what kind of entity does integration occur? Is something integrated into that entity or does it integrate itself? Does the integration of individuals into society first require certain foundations to be laid? When integration occurs, what becomes of the person or thing that has been integrated? What conditions prevent integration from occurring? How can integration as a fluxional process be described and who is involved in it? And finally, is there a certain obligation connected to integration and can integration be planned or prevented? In this book, contributions from philosophy, sociology, political science, law, education and religious studies highlight the normative foundations of integration in Germany and the empirical situation relating to it.


With contributions by

Elif Alp-Marent, Micha Brumlik, Manuel Dieterich, Aladin El-Mafaalani, Andreas Funke, Sonja Haug, Christian Hofmann, Wolfgang Kaschuba, Gertrude Lübbe-Wolff, Julian Nida-Rümelin, Boris Nieswand, Simon Schmidbauer, Christian Schwaabe, Michael Spieker, Krassimir Stojanov, Dietrich Thränhardt, Annette Treibel and Bernhard Uhde.

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