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.ak.p 261960020468 Literatur Bonacich, Edna (1979): »The Past, Present, and Future of Split Labor Market Theory«. Research in Race and Ethnic Relations, Vol. 1, Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press, S. 17-64. Borck, Carsten / Savelsberg, Eva / Hajo, Siamend (Hg.) (1997): Kurdo- logie: Ethnizität, Nationalismus, Religion und Politik in Kurdistan, Bd. 1, Münster: Lit. Boulding, Elise (1995): The Future: Images and Processes, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Boulding, Elise (1997): »Foreword«. In: Jackie Smith / Charles Chat- field / Ron Pagnucco (Hg.), Transnational Social Movements and

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, Michael/Holborn, Martin (2000): Sociology. Themes and Perspectives, London: Harper Collins. Hay, Denys (1968): Europe. The Emergence of an Idea, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Hedström, Peter/Sandell, Rickard/Stern, Charlotta (2000): „Mesolevel Networks and the Diffusion of Social Movements: The Case of the Swedish Social Democratic Party”. American Journal of Sociology 106/1, S. 145-172. Heikkinen, Timo (2000): „In Form The Margins. The City of Culture 2000 and the Image Transformation of Helsinki”. Cul- tural Policy 6/2, S. 201-218. Heinrichs, Werner

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practice, the actors that use this food sovereignty perspective, such as FIAN and GRAIN, have cooperated with the FAO in an initiative to develop guidelines for the governance of land tenure and natural resources which are supposed to ensure “adequate and secure access to land and natural resources by the rural and urban poor” and serve as “an instrument for social movements, marginalized groups and civil society at large democratizing land and natural resources tenure for the well-being of the whole society.”92 In May 2012, after three years of negotiations

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, Bernd/Michel, Boris (Hg.) (2007): Raumproduktionen. Beiträge der Radical Geography. Eine Zwischenbilanz, Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot. Benford, Robert D./Hunt, Scott A./Snow, David A. (1994): „Identity Fields: Framing Processes and the Social Construction of Movement Identities“, in: Laraña, Enrique/Johnston, Hank (Hg.), New Social Movements. From Ideology to Identity, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, S. 185-208. Benhabib, Seyla (2009): Die Rechte der Anderen. Ausländer, Migranten, Bürger, Bonn: Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung. Benhabib, Seyla

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von Unbe- wusstheit als Quelle interkultureller Konflikte.« In: Peter Atteslander (Hg.), Kulturelle Eigenentwicklung. Frankfurt/Main, New York: Campus, 86-100. Eribon, Didier (1999 [1991]): Michel Foucault. Biographie. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp. Escobar, Arturo (1992a): »Imagining a Post-Development Era? Critical Thought, Development and Social Movements.« Social Text, 31-32: 20-56. Escobar, Arturo (1992b): »Planning.« In: Wolfgang Sachs (Hg.), The Development Dictionary. A Guide to Knowledge as Power. London, New York: Zed Books, 132-45. Escobar

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Jegelka. Campus, S. 87–96. — (1999b). »Jenseits von Soziologie und soziokultureller Anthropologie: Zur Orts- bestimmung der nichtwestlichen Welt in einer zukünftigen Sozialtheorie«. In: So- ziale Welt 50 (4), S. 373–382. — (2001). »Entangled Histories of Uneven Modernities. Civil Society, Caste Soli- darities and the Post-Colonial State in India«. In: Unraveling ties : from social cohesion to new practices of connectedness. Hrsg. von Yehuda Elkana. Campus, S. 284–311. — (2003). »Cunning States and Unaccountable International Institutions: Legal Plu- rality, Social

)relevant Theory?, in: International Political Science Review 27, 3, 221-244. 470 | MEDIEN – DISKURS – WELTPOLITIK Escobar, Arturo, 2004: Beyond the Third World: Imperial Globality, Global Coloniality and Anti-Globalisation Social Movements, in: Third World Quarterly 25, 1, 207-230. Esser, Frank, und Barbara Pfetsch 2004: Comparing Political Communica- tion: Theories, Cases, and Challenges, Cambridge: Cambridge Univer- sity Press. Esser, Frank, 2009: Metacoverage of Mediated Wars, in: American Behav- ioral Scientist 52, 5, 709-734. Evans, Michael Robert, 2002