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of the Iranian Revolution, in: Burke, Ed- mund/Lapidus, Ira M. (Hg.): Islam, Politics, and social Movements, Berkeley [u.a.] 1988, S. 289-297. Adams, Marion: Christa Wolf: Marxismus und Patriarchat, in: Jurgensen, Manfred (Hg.): Wolf: Darstellung, Deutung, Diskussion, Bern [u.a.] 1984, S. 123-137. Afkhami, Gholam Reza: The life and times of the Shah, Berkeley [u.a.] 2009. Ahmed, Leila: Women and gender in Islam: historical roots of a modern debate, New Haven [u.a.] 1992. Ajudani, Masha Allah: Hedayat, buf-e kur va nasionalism, Teheran [u.a.] 1385

sich mit Gruppenkonflikten befassen (vgl. Davies, James C.: »Toward a Theory of Revolution«. In: Studies in Social Movements, hg. v. Barry McLough- lin, New York 1969, S. 85-109; Miller, Abraham H./Bolce, Luis H./ ZUR SOZIOGENESE EINER KULTURALISIERTEN EINWANDERUNGSGESELLSCHAFT 113 5.4 Paternalisten und Protestierende Wie die oben angeführten Beispiele veranschaulichen, werden Rangord- nungskonflikte zwischen Alt- und Neueingesessenen in den 1990er Jahren zunehmend sichtbar. Bereits in den 1980er Jahren zeigen sich po- litisch radikalisierte Migranten der

- torical moment is marked by such a strange combination of religious fundamen- talisms, the death throes of neoliberalism, the rise of China, the hegemony of the twitter feed, the sinister and biopolitical rule of the secret and not-so-secret po- lice, white backlash, government by troll, but also by the heartening if some- times unpredictable work of social movements like Idle No More, Black Lives Matter, and anti-rape movements. Committed to a progressive politics and a journey into a better world for humans, non-humans and the planet, I am inter- ested in

Auswirkungen auf die Umwelt, die durch menschliche Eingriffe bedingt sind, warnen. Zu diesen tritt in der Neuzeit die naturwissenschaft- liche Forschung, welche diese Folgen klar auf den Menschen zurückfüh- ren kann. Die Gesellschaft ist also im Prinzip schon seit längerem über die Folgen ihres Tuns für die Umwelt informiert. 185 Von einem Verharren in aufklärerischen Paradigmen sprechen in Bezug auf die »new social movements« auch William Rasch/Gary Wolfe: »Intro- duction: Systems Theory and the Politics of Postmodernity«, in: Dies. I DAS ÖKOLOGISCHE PARADIGMA IN DER

empirical studies on social problems (e.g. on housing conditions, nutrition, immigration and the sweat-shop system) and the practice of charity organisations (Ayres, 1898, 1899; Shoemaker, 1998) – all of which related to the spectrum of reform efforts across the current social movements, and thus fed into the knowledge base of the emerging profession. This anchoring of empirical research in professional training marks the begin- ning of a development in which some social work schools became leading research institutions. One striking example of this is the Chicago

on globalization. His book “The Global Age: State and Society Beyond Modernity” (1996) won the European Amalfi Prize in 1997. Altmann, Philipp, Professor of Sociological Theory at the Universidad Central del Ecuador. Current research topics are: social movements, discourse and power and the development of Ecuadorian sociology in relation to global sociology. Re- lated publications: (2018) with Robert Peters (eds.): Special Issue of the Journal of Sociocybernetics „Complexity and Truth“, Vol 15 No 2, https://papiro.uni- zar.es/ojs/index.php/rc51-jos

(Bailey & Peria, 2010). For instance, in 2006, 20 % of white college-age students attended university, whereas less than 6 % of their nonwhite peers were enrolled (Paixão & Carvano, 2008). Since the beginning of the 2000s and in response to sustained activism and in collaboration with social movements (Paschel, 2016), the Brazilian government launched a number of reforms to combat these inequalities. In 2005, the govern- ment began giving tax incentives to private institutions through the Program of University for All (PROUNI) to expand access for low

weakness considering research isolated the School from the social movements (Campuzano, 2005, pp. 452-454). The number of students de- creased, the programs of study were not kept up-to-date, and research got even weaker during that time (Jácome, 2005, p. 119). The slow shift towards cultural studies and other topics related to culture, communication, and development (Jácome, 2005, p. 150) did not change the general tendency. The institutionalization achieved in the 1970s led to problems of adaptation: the necessary opening of the theoretical scope happened only in

educational research: Social functions of the intellectual. London: Falmer Press (republished in Routledge Library Edition). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203127957 Popkewitz, T. S. (1991). A political sociology of educational reform: Power/knowledge in teaching, teacher education and research. New York: Teachers College Press. Popkewitz, T. S. (1992). Social science and social movements in the U.S.A.: State policy, the University and Schooling. In D. Broady (Ed.), Education in the late 20th Century: Essays presented to Ulf P. Lundgren on the occasion of his fif