Scientfic Publications since 2011

Publications in Yearbook 2016

Journal Article

  1. 1.
    Aptekar, S.: Visions of public space: Reproducing and resisting social hierarchies in a community garden. Sociological Forum 30 (1), pp. 209 - 227 (2015)
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    Biehl, K. S.: Governing through uncertainty: Experiences of being a refugee in Turkey as a country for temporary asylum. Social Analysis 59 (1), pp. 57 - 75 (2015)
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    Biehl, K. S.: Spatializing diversities, diversifying spaces: housing experiences and home space perceptions in a migrant hub of Istanbul. Ethnic and Racial Studies 38 (4), pp. 596 - 607 (2015)
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    Björkman, L.: The Ostentatious Crowd: public protest as mass-political street theater in Mumbai. Critique of Anthropology 35 (2), pp. 142 - 165 (2015)
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    Burchardt, M.; Griera, M.; García-Romeral , G.: Narrating liberal rights and culture: Muslim face veiling, urban coexistence and contention in Spain. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (7), pp. 1068 - 1087 (2015)
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    Burchardt, M.; Schenk, S.; Wohlrab-Sahr, M.: Religious diversity in the neoliberal welfare state: Secularity and the ethos of egalitarianism in Sweden. International Sociology 30 (1), pp. 3 - 20 (2015)
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    Burchardt, M.: Längst angekommen: Entgegen aller Kritik: Muslimische Einwanderer sind in Europa gut integriert. Kulturaustausch (3), pp. 68 - 70 (2015)
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    Chandra, U.: Rethinking subaltern resistance. Journal of contemporary Asia 45 (4), pp. 563 - 573 (2015)
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    Chandra, U.: Towards Adivasi studies: New perspectives on ‘Tribal’ margins of Modern India. Studies in History 31 (1), pp. 122 - 127 (2015)
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    Gupta, R.: There must be some way out of here: Beyond a spatial conception of Muslim ghettoization in Mumbai? Ethnography 16 (3), pp. 352 - 370 (2015)
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    Heo, A.: Relic technics and the extensible memory of Coptic orthodoxy. Material Religion 11 (1), pp. 50 - 74 (2015)
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    Jung, J.-H.: Underground railroads of Christian conversion: North Korean migrants and evangelical missionary networks in Northeast Asia / 皈依基督教的地下通道: 北朝鲜移民与东北亚的 新教传教士. Cultural Diversity in China 1 (2), pp. 179 - 203 (2015)
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    Jung, J.-H.; Kim, H.-c.: Hankuk-Tokil hakkyo kyosa insike kich’ohan sot’ong chungsim mirae kyoyuk t’amsaek” = A search for a communication-oriented future education based on a survey of Korean and German school teachers. Kyoyuk ch’ŏlhak 56, pp. 1 - 33 (2015)
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    Jung, J.-H.: Some tears of religious aspiration: Dynamics of Korean suffering in post-war Seoul, South Korea. World History Connected (2015)
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    Kang, J.: The concept of social network in Chinese Christianity / 中国基督教的社会网络 概念. Cultural Diversity in China 1 (2), pp. 219 - 232 (2015)
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    Koenig, M.; Connor, P.: Explaining the Muslim employment gap in Western Europe: Individual-level effects and ethno-religious penalties. Social Science Research 49, pp. 191 - 201 (2015)
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    Kusters, A.: Peasants, warriors and the streams: Language games and etiologies of deafness in Adamorobe, Ghana. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 29 (3), pp. 418 - 436 (2015)
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    Kusters, A.; de Meulder, M.; Friedner, M.; Emery, S.: Zu „Diversität“ und „Inklusion“: Unterschiedliche Paradigmen für die Umsetzung der Rechte von Sign Language Peoples. Das Zeichen: Zeitschrift für Sprache und Kultur Gehörloser 29 (100), pp. 210 - 225 (2015)
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    Martínez Ariño, J.; Garcia-Romeral, G.; Ubarsat-Gonzalez, G.; Griera, M.: Demonopolisation and dislocation: (Re-) negotiating the place and role of religion in Spanish prisons. Social compass 62 (1), pp. 3 - 21 (2015)
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    Martínez Ariño, J.; Griera, M.; Clot-Garrell, A.; Garcia-Romeral, G.: Religión e instituciones públicas en España: Hospitales y prisiones en perspectiva comparada. Revista Internacional de Sociología 73 (3), e018 (2015)
 
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