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What evidence is there of the emergence of new forms of racism within Europe? - Caroline Wirth
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Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Western Europe, grade: Good, University of Southampton (Department of Politics), 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Racism changes over time it adapts to the current circumstance therefore, it is not a new form racism. At the moment Europe is in the geographical and in the political sense unfinished and unsure about its future. People living in this circumstance reflect that insecurity and have the need for justifications. Right-wing politicians blame foreigners and on that basis find easy solutions to complex problems. Racism is not a mysterious phenomenon, but the question remains when, why and by what actors it is used as a strategy of domination, and what kind of conditions can stimulate this use. Therefore, this essay will outline old racism and illustrate its occurrence with examples of Nazi-Germany. Secondly, new forms of racism will be explained. The new right attracts both working class and middle class voters. This essay will argue that unemployment, violence and crime, and the abuse of the social welfare state are issues problematised by the new right to gain votes. And finally, it will demonstrate that the European Union stimulates racism in a direct and indirect way. The concept of old racism was based on biological discrimination. The example of Nazi- Germany will be used as it had enormous consequences for the country and the world. The Aryan race was defined as superior to all others. The Nazis needed to blame someone for the economic and social misery of the 1920s, and the failure of the Weimar Republic. People where insecure about the future and unsatisfied about the present partly because of high unemployment and devaluation of money. As a result the UNESCO proved racism on biological grounds is a falsification of the scientific basis (Miles and Brown 2003 p. 59). Until the 1980s Germany became very cautious in using the word racism in the context of migrant workers as it was argued to be an offence against the Jews and Gypsies. Cox actually defined old racism as a rationalisation of exploitation in the colonial time, where white people used it as a justification to suppress black people (in Räthzel 2002 p. 4). Banton argues that the concept of the ideology originally referred to is dead. The analytical reason for Bantons argument is that when black people joined capitalistic societies they still joined them on the bottom of society. This points to the fact that it is a structural subordination rather than an ideological transformation and not a racist. Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Western Europe, grade: Good, University of Southampton (Department of Politics), 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Racism changes over time it adapts to the current circumstance therefore, it is not a new form racism. At the ... eBooks > Fremdsprachige eBooks > Englische eBooks > Sach- & Fachthemen PDF 30.11.2004 eBook, GRIN Publishing, .200

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What evidence is there of the emergence of new forms of racism within Europe? - neues Buch

2004, ISBN: 9783638329149

ID: 689154271

Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Western Europe, grade: Good, University of Southampton (Department of Politics), 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Racism changes over time it adapts to the current circumstance therefore, it is not a new form racism. At the moment Europe is in the geographical and in the political sense unfinished and unsure about its future. People living in this circumstance reflect that insecurity and have the need for justifications. Right-wing politicians blame foreigners and on that basis find easy solutions to complex problems. Racism is not a mysterious phenomenon, but the question remains when, why and by what actors it is used as a strategy of domination, and what kind of conditions can stimulate this use. Therefore, this essay will outline old racism and illustrate its occurrence with examples of Nazi-Germany. Secondly, new forms of racism will be explained. The new right attracts both working class and middle class voters. This essay will argue that unemployment, violence and crime, and the abuse of the social welfare state are issues problematised by the new right to gain votes. And finally, it will demonstrate that the European Union stimulates racism in a direct and indirect way. The concept of old racism was based on biological discrimination. The example of Nazi- Germany will be used as it had enormous consequences for the country and the world. The Aryan race was defined as superior to all others. The Nazis needed to blame someone for the economic and social misery of the 1920s, and the failure of the Weimar Republic. People where insecure about the future and unsatisfied about the present partly because of high unemployment and devaluation of money. As a result the UNESCO proved racism on biological grounds is a falsification of the scientific basis (Miles and Brown 2003 p. 59). Until the 1980s Germany became very cautious in using the word racism in the context of migrant workers as it was argued to be an offence against the Jews and Gypsies. Cox actually defined old racism as a rationalisation of exploitation in the colonial time, where white people used it as a justification to suppress black people (in Räthzel 2002 p. 4). Banton argues that the concept of the ideology originally referred to is dead. The analytical reason for Bantons argument is that when black people joined capitalistic societies they still joined them on the bottom of society. This points to the fact that it is a structural subordination rather than an ideological transformation and not a racist. Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Western Europe, grade: Good, University of Southampton (Department of Politics), 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Racism changes over time it adapts to the current circumstance therefore, it is not a new form racism. At the ... eBooks > Fremdsprachige eBooks > Englische eBooks > Sach- & Fachthemen PDF 30.11.2004, GRIN, .200

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Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Western Europe, grade: Good, University of Southampton (Department of Politics), 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Racism changes over time it adapts to the current circumstance therefore, it is not a new form racism. At the moment Europe is in the geographical and in the political sense unfinished and unsure about its future. People living in this circumstance reflect that insecurity and have the need for justifications. Right-wing politicians blame foreigners and on that basis find easy solutions to complex problems. Racism is not a mysterious phenomenon, but the question remains when, why and by what actors it is used as a strategy of domination, and what kind of conditions can stimulate this use. Therefore, this essay will outline old racism and illustrate its occurrence with examples of Nazi-Germany. Secondly, new forms of racism will be explained. The new right attracts both working class and middle class voters. This essay will argue that unemployment, violence and crime, and the abuse of the social welfare state are issues problematised by the new right to gain votes. And finally, it will demonstrate that the European Union stimulates racism in a direct and indirect way. The concept of old racism was based on biological discrimination. The example of Nazi- Germany will be used as it had enormous consequences for the country and the world. The Aryan race was defined as superior to all others. The Nazis needed to blame someone for the economic and social misery of the 1920s, and the failure of the Weimar Republic. People where insecure about the future and unsatisfied about the present partly because of high unemployment and devaluation of money. As a result the UNESCO proved racism on biological grounds is a falsification of the scientific basis (Miles and Brown 2003 p. 59). Until the 1980s Germany became very cautious in using the word racism in the context of migrant workers as it was argued to be an offence against the Jews and Gypsies. Cox actually defined old racism as a rationalisation of exploitation in the colonial time, where white people used it as a justification to suppress black people (in Räthzel 2002 p. 4). Banton argues that the concept of the ideology originally referred to is dead. The analytical reason for Bantons argument is that when black people joined capitalistic societies they still joined them on the bottom of society. This points to the fact that it is a structural subordination rather than an ideological transformation and not a racist. Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Western Europe, grade: Good, University of Southampton (Department of Politics), 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Racism changes over time it adapts to the current circumstance therefore, it is not a new form racism. At the ... eBook eBooks>Fremdsprachige eBooks>Englische eBooks>Sach- & Fachthemen, GRIN

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2004, ISBN: 9783638329149

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Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Western Europe, grade: Good, University of Southampton (Department of Politics), 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Racism changes over time it adapts to the current circumstance therefore, it is not a new form racism. At the moment Europe is in the geographical and in the political sense unfinished and unsure about its future. People living in this circumstance reflect that insecurity and have the need for justifications. Right-wing politicians blame foreigners and on that basis find easy solutions to complex problems. Racism is not a mysterious phenomenon, but the question remains when, why and by what actors it is used as a strategy of domination, and what kind of conditions can stimulate this use. Therefore, this essay will outline old racism and illustrate its occurrence with examples of Nazi-Germany. Secondly, new forms of racism will be explained. The new right attracts both working class and middle class voters. This essay will argue that unemployment, violence and crime, and the abuse of the social welfare state are issues problematised by the new right to gain votes. And finally, it will demonstrate that the European Union stimulates racism in a direct and indirect way. The concept of old racism was based on biological discrimination. The example of Nazi- Germany will be used as it had enormous consequences for the country and the world. The Aryan race was defined as superior to all others. The Nazis needed to blame someone for the economic and social misery of the 1920s, and the failure of the Weimar Republic. People where insecure about the future and unsatisfied about the present partly because of high unemployment and devaluation of money. As a result the UNESCO proved racism on biological grounds is a falsification of the scientific basis (Miles and Brown 2003 p. 59). Until the 1980s Germany became very cautious in using the word racism in the context of migrant workers as it was argued to be an offence against the Jews and Gypsies. Cox actually defined old racism as a rationalisation of exploitation in the colonial time, where white people used it as a justification to suppress black people (in Räthzel 2002 p. 4). Banton argues that the concept of the ideology originally referred to is dead. The analytical reason for Bantons argument is that when black people joined capitalistic societies they still joined them on the bottom of society. This points to the fact that it is a structural subordination rather than an ideological transformation and not a racist. What evidence is there of the emergence of new forms of racism within Europe? eBooks > Fremdsprachige eBooks > Englische eBooks > Sach- & Fachthemen PDF 30.11.2004, GRIN, .200

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Caroline Wirth:
What evidence is there of the emergence of new forms of racism within Europe? - neues Buch

2004, ISBN: 9783638329149

ID: 125823405

Seminar paper from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Western Europe, grade: Good, University of Southampton (Department of Politics), 10 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Racism changes over time it adapts to the current circumstance therefore, it is not a new form racism. At the moment Europe is in the geographical and in the political sense unfinished and unsure about its future. People living in this circumstance reflect that insecurity and have the need for justifications. Right-wing politicians blame foreigners and on that basis find easy solutions to complex problems. Racism is not a mysterious phenomenon, but the question remains when, why and by what actors it is used as a strategy of domination, and what kind of conditions can stimulate this use. Therefore, this essay will outline old racism and illustrate its occurrence with examples of Nazi-Germany. Secondly, new forms of racism will be explained. The new right attracts both working class and middle class voters. This essay will argue that unemployment, violence and crime, and the abuse of the social welfare state are issues problematised by the new right to gain votes. And finally, it will demonstrate that the European Union stimulates racism in a direct and indirect way. The concept of old racism was based on biological discrimination. The example of Nazi- Germany will be used as it had enormous consequences for the country and the world. The Aryan race was defined as superior to all others. The Nazis needed to blame someone for the economic and social misery of the 1920s, and the failure of the Weimar Republic. People where insecure about the future and unsatisfied about the present partly because of high unemployment and devaluation of money. As a result the UNESCO proved racism on biological grounds is a falsification of the scientific basis (Miles and Brown 2003 p. 59). Until the 1980s Germany became very cautious in using the word racism in the context of migrant workers as it was argued to be an offence against the Jews and Gypsies. Cox actually defined old racism as a rationalisation of exploitation in the colonial time, where white people used it as a justification to suppress black people (in Räthzel 2002 p. 4). Banton argues that the concept of the ideology originally referred to is dead. The analytical reason for Bantons argument is that when black people joined capitalistic societies they still joined them on the bottom of society. This points to the fact that it is a structural subordination rather than an ideological transformation and not a racist. What evidence is there of the emergence of new forms of racism within Europe? eBook eBooks>Fremdsprachige eBooks>Englische eBooks>Sach- & Fachthemen, GRIN

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What evidence is there of the emergence of new forms of racism within Europe?
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Wirth, Caroline

Titel:

What evidence is there of the emergence of new forms of racism within Europe?

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3638329143

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Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: GRIN Verlag

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