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Wissenschaftliche Arbeit zwischen Berufshabitus und sozialer Abhängigkeit
An Ethnographic Study of Youth-State Relations in the Guéckédou Borderland
Konzepte aus Erziehungswissenschaft und Fachdidaktik
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other attempt has been made to apply the concept of social milieus especially to the population with a Turkish migration background. It originates from the Center for Turkish Studies. But, the au- thors conclude that their approach is particularly inappropriate for this singular ethnic group (HALM/SAUER 2011). AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT IN THE MIGRATORY SOCIETY 59 • People with diverse national or ethnic backgrounds can be clas- sified in a model based on ‘social status’ and ‘basic values’. ‘So- cial status’ (‘low’, ‘middle’, ‘high’) corresponds to social classes and

paper argues that because of social desirability bias (SD bias), individu- SOCIAL DESIRABILITY’S INFLUENCE ON AUDIENCE RESEARCH 15 als may provide feedback that is more positive than their actual opinion. It is assumed that the cultural sector is particularly vulnerable to SD bias because of an anticipated high trait desirability (TD) associated with the fine and performing arts, which are often associated with ‘high culture.’ High culture has long played an important role in marking social status and prestige (VEBLEN 1899; LINTON 1945; BOURDIEU 1979 data/assets/pdf_file/0011/316100/ ILCCASS-LEANDI-REPORT_final_25_ 04_16.pdf, gesehen am 22.5.2018. 15 Das legen auch Versuche mit Menschenaffen nahe. Vgl. Noah Snyder­Mackler, Joaquín Sanz, Jordan N. Kohn u. a.: Social Status Alters Immune Re gulation and Res­ ponse to Infection in Macaques, in: Science, Vol. 354, 2016, 1041 – 1045, DOI: 10.1126/science.aah3580. 16 Kemper u. a.: Klassismus, 11. BEGEHREN DES MARKTES SCHWERPUNKT – KLASSE ZfM19_innen_klasse_bildstrecke_final.indd 25 22.08.18 09:44 26 ZfM 19, 2/2018 analytische Beschreibung, Flexibilität

ZiG | Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Germanistik 9|2018|H2 | © transcript 2018 Warum trägt Cundrî ein brûtlachen von Gent? Höfische Mode zwischen den Kulturen Anna Karin Abstract Fashion is an important part of medieval culture and courtly ceremonial. In a society that is organized to a significant degree by visibly displaying one’s social status, fashion is one of the most relevant indicators of social distinction, of in- and exclusion. Therefore, the de- scription of characters and their clothes is one of the typical devices in courtly literature to provide

tends to be associated with “a passive and acquiescent body” and seen to be a “withdrawal from the world” (Bissell 2007: 278). “It is somehow ‘better’, culturally, economi- cally, or politically, to be mobile than immobile” (ibid: 280). However, mobility is also contingent on the economic and social status of travellers, where concepts such as speedy boarding, priority boarding or fast lane access come at a premium and those who can afford these premiums rarely have to wait. This accelerated mobility is often at the expense of other travellers who have to

, including online videos. Patient Advocacies and New Modes of Resistances Historically, U.S. patient advocacies have called attention to their communities’ social status as patients to navigate the “challenges of crafting complex political- economic relationships with the state and market” (Heath/Rapp/Taussig 2008: 160). These negotiations have generated new forms of “citizenship claims” (Ibid.), including those organized around genetic conditions, such as diabetes. The HIV/AIDS advocacy in the early days of the epidemic now exemplifies how patients can transition

escape poverty and to amass consider- able wealth, he does not manage to achieve respectable social status. Moreover, he later employs illegal means to attain wealth and power such as bootlegging. The novel thus not only criticises the American Dream but also the belief that one can remake one’s self through discipline and self-monitoring, because the context must also be taken into account. Nevertheless, Fitzgerald’s novel ends on a more optimistic note, and its beautiful final image reinforces the idea of America as the land of hope and opportunity. More