2 edition of Right-wing youth violence in reunited Germany found in the catalog.
Right-wing youth violence in reunited Germany
Written in English
|Statement||by Ulrike Derksen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 leaves, bound ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
This book presents a comparative look at the norms and attitudes related to youth violence. It aims to present a perspective outside of the typical Western context, through case studies comparing a developed / Western democracy (Germany), a country with a history of institutionalized violence (South Africa), and an emerging democracy that has experienced heavy terrorism (Pakistan). German police warn of a ‘climate of fear’ and more right-wing extremist violence A supporter of the anti-Islam Pegida movement holds a poster featuring a crossed sign on veiled women at a.
The Proud Boys is a far-right neo-fascist organization that admits only men as members and promotes political violence. It is based in the United States and has a presence in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. The group was started in by Vice Media co-founder and former commentator Gavin McInnes, taking its name from the song "Proud of Your Boy" from the Disney film r: Gavin McInnes. Right-wing violence grew further following German reunification. In the ies there were repeated pogrom-like excesses and arson attacks: Hoyerswerda , Rostock-Lichtenhagen , Mölln and Solingen
Book chapters are organized according to four parts. The first part presents macro-social views of youth and violence: materialism, individualism, and social attitudes of youth in Japan; normalcy, deviance, and the culture of youth violence in Brazil; and authoritarianism and aggression in right-wing extremist youth in Germany. Germans move to quash rising right-wing extremism attention to right-wing violence in the former communist Germany, sit on town boards and organize sports and youth .
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A psychosocial approach to the subject of right-wing youth violence in Germany is adopted and will reveal that the concepts of identity formation have undergone changes not unlike the progressive changes of social structures after the second World : Ulrike Derksen.
A Handbook for Right-Wing Youth consists of essays selected from throughout Evola’s lifetime, but most especially from the post-war era, when youth across the Western world had thrown their societies into chaos with protests, civil unrest, and by defying conventional ing to Evola, the problem was not with the youth themselves, given that he viewed the inquisitive and seeking /5(12).
From to58 people were killed in right-wing extremist violence in Germany. Amadeu Antonio Kiowa of Angola is considered the first victim to die after German reunification. Particularly in the east, in the former German Democratic Republic (GDR), there are regions which are systematically terrorized by right-wing gangs.
Whoever possesses dark or yellow skin, homeless. Right-wing extremism also fuels anti-Semitic violence, the report's authors conclude, highlighting an "increase in sedition with anti-Semitic motives." Groups that reject the legitimacy of Germany's democratic order, defined as "anti-state" by the federal intelligence services, Author: Paola Tamma.
Right-wing mobs creating 'civil war' in Germany after second night of violence in Chemnitz "There is a small Right-wing mob in our country that will take every opportunity to Author: Abby Young-Powell. This thesis is thus examining right-wing extremism in East Germany, especially towards the end of the GDR and in-between the opening of the Berlin Wall and the German reunification.
This dissertation seeks to explain the reasons for right-wing extremism in the GDR but also seeks to draw conclusions on the bases of right-wing extremism in contemporary Germany.
The overlap between extreme right-wing social orientation and variables, such as gender, educational level or affinity to various youth cultures is analyzed and discussed.
It is shown that there is a great danger of misinterpretation if one tries to generalize isolated results concerning xenophobian and violence-related orientations among Cited by: It was soon after the fall of the Berlin Wall and Reunification - a time when poverty in the eastern parts of Germany was seen as causing right-wing violence to spread.
Youth Violence On Rise in Germany / Horrible incidents becoming routine Eric Geiger, Chronicle Foreign Service Published am PST, Saturday, Ma In Germany, Right-Wing Violence Is a Problem No One Wants to See BERLIN—When Walter Luebcke, the president of a regional council in the central German state of Hesse, was found lying on his porch.
But in Germany — just as in the United States, where three men from India were recently attacked and Jewish centers and mosques have become the targets of bomb threats — right-wing violence. Authorities say the country has experienced a disturbing rise in extreme-right-wing violence in recent years.
The Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) said in a report released last week that politically and racially motivated crimes by the far right hit a record high of more t in Discursive Opportunities and the Evolution of Right‐Wing Violence in Germany Article (PDF Available) in American Journal of Sociology (1).
On June 2,German politician Walter Lübcke was shot in the head at point-blank range for his controversial stance on refugees. The murder suspect is a. Watts, a political science professor, worked with German researchers from the mids on studies of German youth.
Here, he focuses on the impact of reunification of the two Germanys, studying "the malaise of the German political culture at the turn of the s," trends in attitudes and behavior regarding foreigners, the ideological polarization of German young people, the complex Cited by: Get this from a library.
Extreme right-wing violence in Germany: the political and social context. [Christoph Rojahn; Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism.].
Right Wing Violence in North America What follows is a descriptive analysis of the scope of youth participation in German right-wing extremist activities today. bears the usual hallmarks. The Rise of Right-Wing Violence in Germany Decem T hough the overpowering voice of Berlin’s leftist mainstream media often paints modern Germany as a land of pacifism and tolerance, the nation’s Federal Criminal Police Office (or bka) released a report last week that shows this portrayal to be increasingly inaccurate.
Her books include Blood and Culture: Youth, Right-Wing Extremism, and National Belonging in Contemporary Germany. "This is a necessary book for anyone wanting to better understand the rituals and strategies being used in far-right cultures as they attempt to bring xenophobic, fascistic ideologies to the mainstream.".
Right-wing violence on rise in Eastern Germany: Report Far-right extremists carried out some 1, attacks against foreigners, immigrants or political rivals in News Service April 02 Author: Şeyda Aydın.
Police patrol right-wing demonstrators on 27 August in Chemnitz, eastern Germany. ‘The GDR regime stored up economic problems that reunification hasn’t solved.’.
The mood in Germany has darkened this summer amid grisly killings committed by refugees and shootings by right-wing extremists. Violence by refugees and far-right extremists is darkening political.