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Selbstbezüglichkeit und Umweltverhältnisse sozialer Bewegungen
Series: Sozialtheorie
Zur neuzeitlichen Entgrenzung der okzidentalen Welt
Series: Global Studies
Deutsche Selbst- und Fremdbilder in der Berichterstattung über Migration, Flucht und Integration
Politische Dezentralisierung und wirtschaftliche Differenzierung im ländlichen Russland
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Rem us Gabriel Anghel, Eva Gerharz, Gilberto Rescher, Monika Salzbrunn (eds.) The Making ofWorld Society REMus GABRIEL ANGHEL, EvA GERHARZ, GILBERTO RESCHER, MONIKA SALZBRUNN (EDS.) The Making of World Society Perspectives from Transnational Research [transcript] This book was printed with the financial support of the W estfalisch-Lippische U niversitatsgesellschaft and DFG Graduate School844 »World Society. Making and Representing the Global«. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerciai-NoDerivatives 3.0 License

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Contents Preface Introduction: The Making of World Society REMUs ANGHEL, EvA GERHARZ, GILBERTO REscHER, MoNIKA SALzBRUNN Transnationality: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges Transnationalisation in North and South: Concepts, Methodology and Venues for Research THOMAS F AIST Transnationalisation, Translocal Spaces, Gender and Development - Methodological Challenges GUDRUN LACHENMANN World Society, Transnationalism and Champs Migratoires: 9 11 25 51 Reflections on German, Anglo-Saxon and French Academic Debates 75 MoNIKA SALzBRUNN

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Preface REMUs GABRIEL ANGHEL, EvA GERHARZ, GILBERTO REscHER, MoNIKA SALZBRUNN World Society: Perspectives from Transnational Research is the result of two years of theoretical work based on empirical studies carried out on four con- tinents. A conference on this topic, organised by Remus Gabriel Anghel, Eva Gerharz, Heike Greschke and Sven Kleinekathofer, took place at the University of Bielefeld in November 2005. This conference was held within the framework of the Graduate School 844 "World Concepts and Global Structural Patterns" funded by the German

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Sebastian Lemme Visualität und Zugehörigkeit Postcolonial Studies | Band 41 Sebastian Lemme ist Soziologe an der Universität Bielefeld, wo er als wissen- schaftlicher Mitarbeiter unter anderem am Institute for World Society Studies tä- tig war. Er promovierte an der Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology (BGHS) und war 2018 Gastwissenschaftler an der Boston University. Zu seinen Arbeitsschwerpunkten gehören Bild- und Medienanalysen im Zusammenhang mit Rassismus, Migration sowie Rechtsextremismus und er forscht im Bereich der Postkolonialen

Institut seine Aufgabe so: »Founded in 2000, the Institute for World Society Studies at Bielefeld University’s Fa- culty of Sociology is an interdisciplinary research center seeking to contribute to the un- derstanding of the formation and development of world society. The Institute encoura- ges research on a wide range of topics in global and transnational studies. The Institute has pursued research, research training, outreach and networking activities on a range of issues in the broad thematic fields of globalization, transnationalization and inter- national

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Contributors Anghel, Remus Gabriel (MA), is a PhD student in Sociology at the University of Bielefeld, a member in the DFG Research Training Group "World Society - Making and Representing the Global", and a participant in the International Graduate School in Sociology. His PhD thesis is a comparative study of Romani- ans' transnational practices in Western Europe, in Nuremberg (Germany) and Milan (Italy). He is currently employed at the Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities, Cluj Napoca, Romania. His research interests are migration