Migrant writing in Germany and the politics of the multicultural society : three case studies
Jordan, Jim (2000) Migrant writing in Germany and the politics of the multicultural society : three case studies. In: Jordan, Jim and Barker, Peter, (eds.) Migrants in German-speaking countries : aspects of social and cultural experience. Modern German studies, Vol.2 . London : Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research for the Association for Modern German Studies,, pp. 92-107. ISBN 9781902031736Full text not available from this repository.
Teachers in secondary and higher education who wish to widen and develop their students' understanding of minorities should welcome this book, which deepens coverage of issues in Germany and provides broad perspectives on other German-speaking countries and minorities often neglected in the study of this topic. Original contributions by migrant writers complement analysis of the culture produced by minorities and surveys are presented of the debate on citizenship, the position of indigenous minorities and the development of attitudes towards Sinti and Roma.
|Item Type:||Book Item|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Arts > German Studies|
|Series Name:||Modern German studies|
|Publisher:||Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research for the Association for Modern German Studies,|
|Place of Publication:||London|
|Book Title:||Migrants in German-speaking countries : aspects of social and cultural experience|
|Editor:||Jordan, Jim and Barker, Peter|
|Number of Pages:||188|
|Page Range:||pp. 92-107|
|Status:||Not Peer Reviewed|
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