Download Moderne und Ambivalenz am Beispiel des Nationalsozialismus by Morten Vogt PDF

By Morten Vogt

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2013 im Fachbereich Soziologie - Soziales procedure, Sozialstruktur, Klasse, Schichtung, be aware: 1,7, Europa-Universität Flensburg (ehem. Universität Flensburg) (Institut für Gesellschaftswissenschaften und Theologie), Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Die Hauptfunktion von unserer Sprache ist das Benennen und Klassifizieren. Das Klassifizieren einer Sache in mehr als eine Kategorie erzeugt eine Unordnung. Diese Unordnung oder Mehrdeutigkeit nennt guy Ambivalenz. Unordnung ist für den Menschen ein enormer Angstfaktor. Die Akzeptanz eine Sache, Handlung, Erfahrungen oder ähnliches nicht deuten zu können widerspricht dem Ziel einer modernen Gesellschaft. Eine moderne Gesellschaft versucht die Welt zu strukturieren. Eine solche Struktur lässt sich nur durch eine Klassifizierung erzeugen. Nichts soll dem Zufall überlassen werden, additionally muss der Zufall verbannt werden. Die Ambivalenz wird daher als Drohung wahrgenommen, weil es die Berechenbarkeit und die Ordnung der Welt zunichtemacht. Ambivalenz tritt immer dann ein, wenn eine Sache nicht klassifiziert oder mehrfach klassifiziert werden kann. Diese Unentscheidbarkeit führt unmittelbar zum Verlust der Kontrolle. Die Bestrebung nach Ordnung durch Klassifizierung ist paradoxerweise auch zugleich der Grund für Ambivalenz, da sich die Welt oder vielmehr die Natur nicht vollständig und vor allem nicht eindeutig Ordnen lässt (...)

Diese Arbeit lenkt den Fokus auf das gesellschaftliche Phänomen "Ambivalenz" am Beispiel des Nationalsozialismus,insbesondere unter der Betrachtung der Juden als Fremde eines Nationalstaates.

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Download Population Geography: Tools and Issues: Volume 3 by K. Bruce Newbold PDF

By K. Bruce Newbold

This compact and obtainable textual content presents a finished, issue-oriented creation to inhabitants geography. First grounding scholars within the basics, Bruce Newbold then explains the instruments and strategies established to explain and comprehend inhabitants innovations utilizing real-world concerns and occasions. Drawing on either U.S. and foreign circumstances, he explores such urgent matters as HIV/AIDS, foreign migration, refugee pursuits, fertility, mortality, source shortage, and clash. each bankruptcy comprises either tools and concentration sections to supply a closer dialogue of the information and ideas constructed within the booklet. furthermore, a wide range of maps, tables, and figures illustrate and increase the circumstances. Newbold highlights the geographical perspective—with its skill to supply strong insights and bridge disparate issues—by emphasizing the jobs of house and position, position, nearby changes, and diffusion. Arguing that an knowing of inhabitants is key to organize for the long run, this cogent textual content will supply upper-division undergraduates with an intensive seize of the field.

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Download Economic Foundations for Creative Ageing Policy: Volume I by Andrzej Klimczuk PDF

By Andrzej Klimczuk

growing old populations are a huge attention for socio-economic improvement within the early twenty-first century. This demographic switch is principally noticeable as a chance instead of as a chance to enhance the standard of human existence, specifically in Europe, the place ageing has ended in a discount in financial competitiveness. monetary Foundations for inventive growing older coverage mixes the silver economic climate, the artistic economic system, and the social financial system to build optimistic options for an growing older inhabitants. Klimczuk covers theoretical analyses and case research descriptions of fine practices to indicate thoughts which may be across the world popularized.

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Download Welche gesellschaftlichen Veränderungen im by Christian Meissner PDF

By Christian Meissner

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 1984 im Fachbereich Soziologie - Soziales process, Sozialstruktur, Klasse, Schichtung, be aware: ausgezeichnet, FernUniversität Hagen (FB ESGW), Veranstaltung: Soziale Schichtung, 37 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Die those Helmut Schelskys vom Abbau sozialer Ungleichheiten wird überprüft an Kriterien wie Macht, Einkommen und Bildung. Dabei zeigt sich, dass die Behauptung einer Tendenz zur Nivellierung sozialer Lagen lediglich Unterstützung findet im "subjektiven Faktor", additionally in einer aus der allgemeinen Anhebung des Lohnniveaus abgeleiteten Selbsteinschätzung der Bevölkerung. Diese individuelle Wahrnehmung eines wachsenden Lebensstandards vernachlässigt jedoch entscheidende, vertikale Differenzierungen. Die Verteilung wirtschaftlicher Macht, Einkommens-, Vermögensverteilung und die Verteilung von Bildungschancen zeigen eher wachsende soziale Ungleichheiten und widersprechen damit der those einer "nivellierten Mittelstandsgesellschaft".

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Download The Population of the South: Structure and Change in Social by Dudley L., Jr. Poston,Robert H. Weller,Daniel O. Price PDF

By Dudley L., Jr. Poston,Robert H. Weller,Daniel O. Price

The expression "the New South" was once brought through Henry Grady, editor of the Atlanta structure, to a brand new York viewers in 1886; each iteration of writers in view that has used the time period. The southern inhabitants, detailed in its socioeconomic and cultural features, has constantly been a subject of significant curiosity with U.S. demographers.

The articles during this ebook, nearly all of that have been initially provided on the Southern nearby Demographic crew assembly in 1976, take care of fertility, mortality, migration, and the standards that impact those parts. the various individuals hint styles of demographic swap within the South exhibiting convergence with the remainder of the us. Questions are raised approximately even if the convergence represents an everlasting trend—possibly as a result of elevated communication—or even if extra divergence could be anticipated within the future.

The participants contain Dudley L. Poston, Jr., William J. Serow, Robert
H. Weller, Ronald R. Rindfuss, Harry M. Rosenberg, Drusilla Burnham,
David F. Sly, Omer R. Galle, Robert N. Stern, Joachim Singelmann, Susan
E. Clarke, and George C. Myers.

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Download Spatial Inequalities: Health, Poverty, and Place in Accra, by John R. Weeks,Allan G. Hill,Justin Stoler PDF

By John R. Weeks,Allan G. Hill,Justin Stoler

This e-book presents a clean research of the demography, overall healthiness and healthiness of an enormous African city.  It brings more than a few disciplinary ways to undergo at the urgent themes of city poverty, city wellbeing and fitness inequalities and concrete growth.  The procedure is essentially spatial and contains the combination of environmental info from satellites and different geospatial assets with social technological know-how and future health survey info. The authors Ghanaians and outsiders, have labored to appreciate the city dynamics during this burgeoning West African city, with an emphasis on city disparities in future health and dwelling criteria. Few towns within the worldwide South were tested from such a lot of diverse views. Our research employs a variety of GIScience tools, together with research of remotely sensed imagery and spatial statistical research, utilized to quite a lot of information, together with census, survey and future health medical institution info, all of that are supplemented by means of box paintings, together with systematic social commentary, concentration teams, and key informant interviews. This publication goals to give an explanation for and spotlight the combo of tools, and the $64000 findings which were rising from this learn, with the objective of delivering suggestions and proposal for others doing related paintings in towns of alternative constructing nations.

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Download Population, Health and Nutrition in the Sahel: Issues in the by Allan G. Hill PDF

By Allan G. Hill

This choice of experiences, first released in 1985, describes a few modern difficulties of chosen pastoral and agro-pastoral groups of the West African Sahel. numerous very important positive factors of the Sahel are illustrated: the importance of seasonal components in inflicting periodic pressure among humans and animals, the commercial uncertainty brought through interannual climactic diversifications, in addition to the position of conventional platforms of social and monetary organization in supplying a few help during times of want.


The findings offered listed below are released in co-operation with the Sahel Institute, a local learn enterprise organize within the early Nineteen Seventies with illustration from 8 Sahelian nations – Cape Verde, Chad, Gambia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal and top Volta.

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Download Africa's Population: In Search of a Demographic Dividend by Hans Groth,John F. May PDF

By Hans Groth,John F. May

This publication examines the guarantees in addition to the demanding situations the demographic dividend brings to sub-Saharan Africa as fertility charges within the quarter fall and the hard work strength grows. It deals an in depth research of what stipulations needs to be met to ensure that the area to take complete monetary benefit of ongoing inhabitants dynamics.

As the e-book makes transparent, the area might want to speed up reforms to deal with its demographic transition, particularly the decline of fertility. The continent might want to foster human capital formation via renewed efforts within the components of schooling, wellbeing and fitness and employment. this may entail a real imaginative and prescient and backbone at the a part of African leaders and their improvement partners.

The publication may also help readers to achieve stable wisdom of the demographic tendencies and supply insights into socioeconomic regulations that finally may perhaps lead sub-Saharan Africa right into a winning future.

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Download Jews and the American Religious Landscape by Uzi Rebhun PDF

By Uzi Rebhun

Jews and the yank non secular Landscape explores significant, complementary elements of yank Judaism and Jewish lifestyles via a entire research of latest demographic information. targeting crucial features of social development—geographic place, socioeconomic stratification, kin dynamics, workforce identity, and political orientation—the quantity provides empirical worth to questions in regards to the strengths of Jews as a spiritual and cultural crew in the US and the recommendations they've got constructed to combine effectively right into a Christian society.

Drawing seriously on findings made to be had through the Pew learn middle, Jews and the yank non secular Landscape exhibits that Jews, like different non secular and ethnic minorities, strongly establish with their faith and tradition, but their specific religiosity, in addition to such elements as inhabitants dispersion, expert networks, and schooling, have created diverse results in numerous contexts. dwelling less than the impact of a Christian majority and a liberal political approach has additionally cultivated a unique ethos of cooperation and egalitarianism, allowing Judaism to take in new teams in ways in which reflect its personal integration into American existence. wealthy in significant details thoughtfully construed, this booklet provides a impressive portrait of what it ability to be an American Jew today.

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Download Environmental Implications of Population Dynamics by Lori M. Hunter PDF

By Lori M. Hunter

The globe is now inhabited by way of 6 billion humans, two times as many as in 1960. realizing the consequences this inhabitants development has at the atmosphere can be paramount in constructing rules that might mitigate the unfavorable environmental results. This record discusses the connection among inhabitants and environmental swap, the forces that mediate this dating, and the way inhabitants dynamics particularly have an effect on weather switch and land-use switch. the writer outlines either side of the coverage debate that experience emerged-those who may restrict fertility and inhabitants progress within the constructing global and those that demand diminished intake within the built global. She concludes by means of calling for policymakers to pay elevated recognition to the position of inhabitants and forsake the hunt for one-step strategies to environmental problems.

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