Die Affare Mollath-kompakt-Der Mann, der zu viel wusste

Politics, Sociology

Uwe Ritzer, Olaf Przybilla, „Die Affäre Mollath – kompakt: Der Mann, der zu viel wusste“
Working Lives: Gender, Migration and Employment in Britain, 1945-2007 by Linda McDowell
Robert Falkner, „The Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy“
Johann P. Arnason, Kurt A. Raaflaub, Peter Wagner, „The Greek Polis and the Invention of Democracy: A Politico-cultural Transformation and Its Interpretations“
Toleration in Conflict: Past and Present by Rainer Forst

Uwe Ritzer, Olaf Przybilla, „Die Affäre Mollath – kompakt: Der Mann, der zu viel wusste“

German | 2013 | ASIN: B00EJ2YQQE | 240 pages | EPUB | 3,2 MB

Die schlüssige Analyse des beispiellosen Skandals – von preisgekrönten Journalisten!
„Die Affäre Mollath – kompakt“ ist ein aktualisierter Auszug aus dem Werk „Die Affäre Mollath“:
Olaf Przybilla und Uwe Ritzer, Journalisten der „Süddeutschen Zeitung“, kannten lange Gerüchte über den Fall Mollath. Als sie bei ihren Recherchen auf ein internes Dokument der Hypovereinsbank stießen, begannen sie einen der größten Justiz-, Psychiatries-, Banken- und Politskandale der Bundesrepublik aufzudecken:
Gustl Mollath beschuldigt seine Frau und andere Banker, illegaler Geldgeschäfte. Niemand schenkt ihm Gehör. Stattdessen wird er in die Psychiatrie eingewiesen,wo er seit sieben Jahren sitzt. Mollath wird von Psychiatern weggesperrt, die ihn nie untersucht haben. Das interne Dokument der Hypovereinsbank beweist, dass Mollaths Anschuldigungen zutreffen. Man verheimlicht die Akte und lässt ihn in der Anstalt schmoren. Und wer den Fall kennt, glaubt nicht an ein zufälliges Versagen von Justiz und Psychiatrie. Für ihre Recherchen und ihre Berichterstattung im Fall Mollath wurden Uwe Ritzer und Olaf Przybilla mit dem Wächterpreis der deutschen Tagespresse ausgezeichnet.

Working Lives: Gender, Migration and Employment in Britain, 1945-2007 by Linda McDowell

English | 2013 | ISBN: 1444339192 | 294 Pages | PDF | 1,7 MB

Full of unique and compelling insights into the working lives of migrant women in the UK, this book draws on more than two decades of in-depth research to explore the changing nature of women’s employment in post-war Britain.
A first-rate example of theoretically located empirical analysis of labour market change in contemporary Britain
Includes compelling case studies that combine historical documentation of social change with fascinating first-hand accounts of women’s working lives over decades
Integrates information gleaned from more than two decades of in-depth research
Revealing comparative analysis of the similarities and differences in the lives of immigrant working women in post-war Britain
Features real-life accounts of women’s under-reported experiences of migration

Robert Falkner, „The Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy“

2013 | ISBN: 0470673249 | English | 526 Pages | PDF | 4.30 MB

The Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy presents an authoritative and comprehensive overview of global policy on climate and the environment. It combines the strengths of an interdisciplinary team of experts from around the world to explore current debates and the latest thinking in the search for global environmental solutions.
Explores the environmental challenges we currently face, and the concepts and approaches to solving these
Questions the role of global actors, institutions and processes, and considers the links between global climate and environment policy, and that of the global economyHighlights the connections between social science research and global policy
Brings together authoritative coverage of recent research by internationally-renowned experts from around the world, including from North America, Europe, and Asia
Provides an essential resource guide for students and researchers from across a wide range of related disciplines – from politics and international relations, to environmental sciences and sociology – and for global policy practitioners

Johann P. Arnason, Kurt A. Raaflaub, Peter Wagner, „The Greek Polis and the Invention of Democracy: A Politico-cultural Transformation and Its Interpretations“

2013 | ISBN: 1444351060 | English | 416 Pages | PDF | 3.10 MB

The Greek Polis and the Invention of Democracy presents a series of essays that trace the Greeks’ path to democracy and examine the connection between the Greek polis as a citizen state and democracy as well as the interaction between democracy and various forms of cultural expression from a comparative historical perspective and with special attention to the place of Greek democracy in political thought and debates about democracy throughout the centuries.
Presents an original combination of a close synchronic and long diachronic examination of the Greek polis – city-states that gave rise to the first democratic system of government
Offers a detailed study of the close interactionbetween democracy, society, and the arts in ancient Greece
Places the invention of democracy in fifth-century bce Athens both in its broad social and cultural context and in the context of the re-emergence of democracy in the modern world
Reveals the role Greek democracy played in the political and intellectual traditions that shaped modern democracy, and in the debates about democracy in modern social, political, and philosophical thought
Written collaboratively by an international team of leading scholars in classics, ancient history, sociology, and political science

Toleration in Conflict: Past and Present by Rainer Forst

English | ISBN: 0521885779 | 2013 | PDF | 658 pages | 4 MB

The concept of toleration plays a central role in pluralistic societies. It designates a stance which permits conflicts over beliefs and practices to persist while at the same time defusing them, because it is based on reasons for coexistence in conflict – that is, in continuing dissension. A critical examination of the concept makes clear, however, that its content and evaluation are profoundly contested matters and thus that the concept itself stands in conflict. For some, toleration was and is an expression of mutual respect in spite of far-reaching differences, for others, a condescending, potentially repressive attitude and practice. Rainer Forst analyses these conflicts by reconstructing the philosophical and political discourse of toleration since antiquity. He demonstrates the diversity of the justifications and practices of toleration from the Stoics and early Christians to the present day and develops a systematic theory which he tests in discussions of contemporary conflicts over toleration.

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