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DOMiD - Ein Verein schreibt Geschichte(n)
Die Islamdebatte im postmigrantischen Theater
Series: Theater, 72
Befragung einer normativen Grundlage
Jugend zwischen Polarisierung und politischer Unberührtheit
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University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. Her ex- pertise lies in comparative politics. Her main areas of interest are research of political culture in immigration societies, democratic value orientation, the discourse of migration and integration, and methods of empirical social re- search. E-Mail: merve.schmitz-vardar@uni-due.de. Oliver Schwarz is a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer at the Institute for Political Science at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. His expertise lies in the field of European integration. His main areas of interest are EU enlargement in

kind of mind-sets? Many of these have been discussed in the sessions and papers we had today. Finally, and I suppose it’s a theme that is more specifically aimed at this afternoon session, is this notion of what can we learn from others. What are the best practices that we can absorb from other jurisdictions, from other places? One of the terms is: What can we learn from North American societies, which we regard as classic immigration societies who have had to deal with the challenges of immigration for generations? We [as North American Societies] like to

. This is a comprehensive subject which includes an overview of the current integration policy of the Dutch government based on recent historical developments as well as focuses on the Dutch government’s media- and cultural policy for ethnic minorities both as media content and as media users. A good example in this context is certainly the fact that the Nether- lands only admitted to being an immigration society in 1979. It was only from this time that the Dutch government implemented an active immi- gration policy (later known as integration policy). This

7 Einführung: Migration, Islam und Maskulinitäten LYDIA POTTS & JAN KÜHNEMUND I Die Beiträge dieses Bandes stellen eine Auswahl weiterentwickelter Beiträge zur DFG-Konferenz »Migration, Islam and Masculinities: Transforming Emigration and Immigration Societies«1 im Jahr 2007 in Oldenburg dar. Das Thema des Bandes wie der Konferenz bezeichnet dabei im wesentlichen ein internationales Forschungsdesiderat. Zwar liegen inzwischen einzelne Untersuchungen aus der Migrationsfor- schung vor, in denen Männlichkeit als Analysekategorie oder mindes- tens

first time a German government acknowledged the fact that Germany was an ‘immigration society’. Nonetheless, in the end the new law was titled “Gesetz zur Steuerung und Begrenzung der Zuwanderung” (Regulation and Limitation of Immigration Law). MASSIMO PERINELLI 858 analysis of racism without, however, conceptualizing migrants as a homogeneous group, let alone classifying them as victims by definition. And more important, these new movements were not aiming at a dialogue with society’s majority or even the government, as large parts of the anti-racist movement