Publikationen im Jahrbuch 2018

Zeitschriftenartikel

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    Ahmad, I.: Democracy in Jail: Over-representation of minorities in Indian prisons. Economic & Political Weekly 52 (44), S. 98 - 106 (2017)
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    Akan, M.: Looking beyond ‘imaginary’ analytics and hermeneutics in comparative politics. Philosophy and social criticism 43 (4-5), S. 484 - 494 (2017)
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    Aptekar, S.: Looking forward, looking back: Collective memory and neighborhood identity in two urban parks. Symbolic Interaction 40 (1), S. 101 - 121 (2017)
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    Burchardt, M.; Becci, I.; Giorda, M.: Religious super-diversity and spatial strategies in two European cities. Current Sociology 65 (1), S. 73 - 91 (2017)
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    Burchardt, M.: Diversity as neoliberal governmentality: Towards a new sociological genealogy of religion. Social Compass 64 (2), S. 180 - 193 (2017)
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    Burchardt, M.; Astor, A.; Griera, M.: The politics of religious heritage: Framing claims to religion as culture in Spain. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 56 (1), S. 126 - 142 (2017)
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    Burchardt, M.: Recalling modernity: how nationalist memories shape religious diversity in Quebec and Catalonia. Nations and Nationalism 23 (3), S. 599 - 619 (2017)
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    Chiu, T.-L.: An overview of Buddhist precepts in Taiwan and mainland China. Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies 13, S. 151 - 197 (2017)
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    Gadjanova, E.: Electoral clientelism as status affirmation in Africa: evidence from Ghana. The Journal of Modern African Studies 55 (4), S. 593 - 621 (2017)
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    Gadjanova, E.: Ethnic wedge issues in electoral campaigns in Africa's presidential regimes. African Affairs 116 (464), S. 484 - 507 (2017)
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    Gandhi, A.: The sanctioning state: Official permissiveness and prohibition in India. Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology 2017 (77), S. 8 - 21 (2017)
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    Harms-Dalibon, L.: Surveillance and prayer – comparing Muslim prison chaplaincy in Germany’s federal states. Comparative Migration Studies 5 (8), S. 1 - 22 (2017)
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    Hellmann, N.: The ‘Lucky’ Ones: Land, citizenship, and inequality in the Wa self-administered division. T.note (2017)
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    Kankonde Bukasa, P.; Wilhelm-Solomon, M.; Núñez, L.: Vital instability: ontological insecurity and African urbanisms. Critical African Studies 9 (2), S. 141 - 151 (2017)
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    Koenig, M.: Exploring the micro-politics of recognition. Ethnic and Racial Studies 40 (8), S. 1261 - 1270 (2017)
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    Koenig, M.; Ohlendorf, D.; Diehl, C.: Religion und Bildungserfolg im Migrationskontext: Theoretische Argumente, empirische Befunde und offene Fragen. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 69 (4), S. 561 - 591 (2017)
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    Krause, K.; Bradby, H.; Green, G.; Davison, C.: Is superdiversity a useful concept in European medical sociology? Frontiers in Sociology (2017)
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    Kusters, A.: Autogestion and competing hierarchies: deaf and other perspectives on diversity and the right to occupy space in the Mumbai surburban trains. Social & Cultural Geography 18 (2), S. 201 - 223 (2017)
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    Kusters, A.; Spotti, M.; Swanwick, R.; Tapio, E.: Beyond languages, beyond modalities: transforming the study of semiotic repertoires. International Journal of Multilingualism 14 (3), S. 219 - 232 (2017)
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    Kusters, A.: Gesture-based customer interactions: deaf and hearing Mumbaikars’ multimodal and metrolingual practices. Journal of International Multilingualism 14 (3), S. 283 - 302 (2017)
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