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Von Vorläufern und Erleuchteten, von Ungeziefer und Läusen - zur kollektiven Identität einer radikalen Gemeinschaft in der Schweiz, 1885-1914
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-216. Friedman, Debra, McAdam, Doug. Collective Identity and Activism: Networks, Choices, and the Life of a Social Movement, in: Morris, Aldon D., McClurg Mueller, Carol. (Hg.). Frontiers in Social Movement Theory. New Haven, 1992. S. 156-173. Gabbud, Jean-Yves. Bagnes, in: Historisches Lexikon der Schweiz. Bd. 1. Basel. 2002. S. 664-665. Gamson, William. Commitment and Agency in Social Movements, in: Sociological Forum, Nr. 6. o.O., 1991. S. 27-50. Gatani, Tindaro. L’affare Silvestrelli. Messina, 2002. Giesen, Bernhard. Identität und Versachlichung: unterschiedliche

-speaking Coun- tries Jewish Cultural Heritage in Spain. - - a journal Journal of Historiography.32 - 31 32 Carolina Rodríguez-López 222 University Degree Subjects B culture C W C o C W C W C Culture formation in C C C C Classical culture C T C T - C I C C M G W M B C L Classical culture C J Classical culture L Cultural History in Spain 223 I culture merican cultures C M M W L C social movements W W - M L T B L C I M M M - M C T M M O M C I C Carolina Rodríguez-López 224 C M - M C C C T M M M Table 1: Cultural History in some spanish University Programs - 33 Síntesis

had to create other ways of restricting foreign access and enforcing nationalistic consumption. The National Products Movement was the expression of their manifold efforts. As with most truly social movements that emerge from the ground up, there was never one centrally controlled national products movement. Rather, it was at various times both a state-led, when there was a state to lead, and a grass-roots movement. Silk manufacturers, student protestors, women’s organizations, business enterprises, government officials, and ordinary citizens alike invoked

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, Karen (2009): Reconciliation and Development. In: Kai Am- bos, Judith Large und Marieke Wierda (Hg.): Building a Future on Peace and Justice. Studies on Transitional Justice, Peace and Develop- ment. The Nuremberg Declaration on Peace and Justice. Berlin: Sprin- ger, S. 203-216. Brysk, Alison (1993): From Above and Below. Social Movements, the Inter- national System, and Human Rights in Argentina. In: Comparative Political Studies 26 (3), S. 259-285. Brysk, Alison (1994): The Politics of Human Rights in Argentina. Protest, Change, and Democratization. Stanford, CA

gut geheissen und als glaubwürdig akzeptiert wird. Auch bei Klapp sind Identitätsprobleme die Folge, wenn die Diskrepanz zwischen postulierter und sozial akzeptierter Identität zu groß ist. Nach Klapp äußern sich Identitätsprobleme unter anderem in einer Flucht in Soziale Bewegungen. »It is plain that feelings like these [distractions, d.V.] may strongly motivate one to leave one‘s old life, to seek experiences by which to change one‘s self, to engage in col- lective behaviour or social movements which are not part of the old structure«91, hält Klapp fest, der

assumed by the histo- rian. Ziegler primarily cites the social movements which developed after the May ‘68 cultural revolution as the “social inheritance” of today’s generations. This offers a possible explanation for the modest level of knowledge which is observable among today’s younger generations concerning the Second World THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN FAMILIAL DISCUSSIONS | 77 War: to an even greater extent than their parents, they simply have another “so- cial inheritance” to manage. In any case, Ziegler cannot assert the veracity of “the claim that it is typical

, welcher die Sitcoms als illustratives Material im Rahmen einer gesellschaftlichen Auseinandersetzung über die US-amerikani- sche Familie nutzte: 222 | ANDRE DECHERT »the nuclear family as presented in the family sitcoms of the 1950s took on documentary value to illustrate the stable realities of American life before the disruptions of Sixties social movements. […] In the absence of strong belief in the alternatives to the values defined by conservatives and dramatized in cultural artifacts, the Fifties could evoke a retrospective sense of social cohesion

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Protest. Latin American Social Movements. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, S. 241-258. 32 | Dazu gehören McSherry, J. Patrice (1997): Incomplete Transition. Military Power and Democracy in Argentina. New York: St. Martin’s Press; Sriram, Chan- dra Lekha (2004): Confronting Past Human Rights Violations. Justice vs. Peace in Times of Transition. London; New York: Frank Cass; Catterberg, Edgardo R. (1991): Argentina Confronts Politics. Political Culture and Public Opinion in the Argentine Transition to Democracy. Boulder, CO: L. Rienner Publishers. Regime