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Travel Journal Kazakhstan
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Travel Journal Kazakhstan ab 16.99 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Reise, Reiseführer, Welt gesamt,

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Stand: 07.07.2020
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Religion and the Rise of Populism (eBook, PDF)
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Populism is on the rise around the world. Since 2016, with the US presidential election and the Brexit debate in the UK, populism has taken a central place in global discussions on democracy. This book aims to correct the oversight that, although religion has played a key role in populism in many countries, it has been curiously neglected in recent academic debates. The authors use case studies from around the world to provide global insights into this issue. The first part of the book focuses on the West, with authors exploring the important role of Anglican voters in the Brexit referendum; rural and pre-millennialist American support for Donald Trump; and the rise of political rhetoric on Muslims in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The book then moves beyond the West to consider leaders and political parties in Turkey, Macedonia, Greece, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan. The authors consider varied populist types, from more established 'ruling populists' to young upstart movements. This wide-ranging volume redefines the concept of populism as a political style that sets a 'sacred people' apart from its enemies, providing a timely yet grounded account that will stimulate further research and public debate. It was originally published as a special issue of the journal Religion, State & Society.

Anbieter: buecher
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Religion and the Rise of Populism (eBook, ePUB)
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Populism is on the rise around the world. Since 2016, with the US presidential election and the Brexit debate in the UK, populism has taken a central place in global discussions on democracy. This book aims to correct the oversight that, although religion has played a key role in populism in many countries, it has been curiously neglected in recent academic debates. The authors use case studies from around the world to provide global insights into this issue. The first part of the book focuses on the West, with authors exploring the important role of Anglican voters in the Brexit referendum; rural and pre-millennialist American support for Donald Trump; and the rise of political rhetoric on Muslims in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The book then moves beyond the West to consider leaders and political parties in Turkey, Macedonia, Greece, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan. The authors consider varied populist types, from more established 'ruling populists' to young upstart movements. This wide-ranging volume redefines the concept of populism as a political style that sets a 'sacred people' apart from its enemies, providing a timely yet grounded account that will stimulate further research and public debate. It was originally published as a special issue of the journal Religion, State & Society.

Anbieter: buecher
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Religion and the Rise of Populism (eBook, PDF)
15,97 € *
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Populism is on the rise around the world. Since 2016, with the US presidential election and the Brexit debate in the UK, populism has taken a central place in global discussions on democracy. This book aims to correct the oversight that, although religion has played a key role in populism in many countries, it has been curiously neglected in recent academic debates. The authors use case studies from around the world to provide global insights into this issue. The first part of the book focuses on the West, with authors exploring the important role of Anglican voters in the Brexit referendum; rural and pre-millennialist American support for Donald Trump; and the rise of political rhetoric on Muslims in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The book then moves beyond the West to consider leaders and political parties in Turkey, Macedonia, Greece, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan. The authors consider varied populist types, from more established 'ruling populists' to young upstart movements. This wide-ranging volume redefines the concept of populism as a political style that sets a 'sacred people' apart from its enemies, providing a timely yet grounded account that will stimulate further research and public debate. It was originally published as a special issue of the journal Religion, State & Society.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 07.07.2020
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Religion and the Rise of Populism (eBook, ePUB)
15,97 € *
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Populism is on the rise around the world. Since 2016, with the US presidential election and the Brexit debate in the UK, populism has taken a central place in global discussions on democracy. This book aims to correct the oversight that, although religion has played a key role in populism in many countries, it has been curiously neglected in recent academic debates. The authors use case studies from around the world to provide global insights into this issue. The first part of the book focuses on the West, with authors exploring the important role of Anglican voters in the Brexit referendum; rural and pre-millennialist American support for Donald Trump; and the rise of political rhetoric on Muslims in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The book then moves beyond the West to consider leaders and political parties in Turkey, Macedonia, Greece, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan. The authors consider varied populist types, from more established 'ruling populists' to young upstart movements. This wide-ranging volume redefines the concept of populism as a political style that sets a 'sacred people' apart from its enemies, providing a timely yet grounded account that will stimulate further research and public debate. It was originally published as a special issue of the journal Religion, State & Society.

Anbieter: buecher
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Handing over the sunset
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Recently, large-scale surface-water or canal irrigation systems have been termed ‘a sunset industry’ (Rijsberman 2003). Handing over this sunset industry by means of irrigation management transfer (IMT) policies and the creation of water user associations (WUAs) has three main objectives: to increase efficiency, equity, and empowerment.The Uzbek government, together with the international organizations, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), is currently promoting IMT and the creation of WUAs nationwide. The onset of the policy seemed to be a rational development since the former state and collective farms, which were also responsible for water management on their territories, were disintegrating, and new private farms were emerging rapidly.This study seeks to assess the potential of IMT policies by examining the broader physical, organizational, socio-economic, and political factors that might facilitate or hinder the main objectives of IMT and the creation of WUAs. These factors are addressed and analyzed separately through eight case study chapters that address questions on basin water management, the organizational capacities, and the socio-political dependencies of the district water management departments, the potential for multi-stakeholder platforms (MSPs), the politics of social network structures, and the process of land reforms.The study concludes that none of the external factors is conducive to the introduction of IMT policies and for creating WUAs. The implication is that IMT policies will not increase efficiency, equity, and empowerment, but could even worsen the water management situation. Furthermore, these policies will not increase the empowerment of either the WUAs or their members. Hence, under the current conditions, handing over the ‘sunset industry’ will not lead to a new sunrise for irrigation in Uzbekistan.Kai Wegerich is Assistant Professor at the Irrigation and Water Engineering Group of Wageningen University. He gained his PhD from the School of Oriental and African Studies/London University and worked as a researcher for the Centre for Development Research (ZEF in Bonn/Germany) and as a development worker for the German Development Service (DED) in Khorezm/Uzbekistan. Kai’s research interests are social and political aspects of water management in Central Asia, on which he published in various journals. He conducted fieldwork in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan. Kai co-edited the special issue on ‘Emerging issues on land and water in Central Asia’ in the Journal Irrigation and Drainage systems (with Jochen Froebrich and Marinus G. Bos) and edited, together with Jeroen Warner, the book ‘The Politics of Water’.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 07.07.2020
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Acta Praehistorica et Archaeologica / Acta Prae...
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The 51st volume of the interdisciplinary journal contains nine papers dealing with dugout canoes in the Museum of Pre- and Protohistory, images of goats in petroglyphs from southern Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, the “Paradise Fortress” in Western Azerbaijan, Early Iron Age kurgans and their periphery in necropoleis of the Lower Trans-Volga Steppe, Rome’s Germanic adversaries of A.D. 235, the Eastern Prussian cemetery at Miętkie / Mingfen, the ritual statue from Altfriesack in Brandenburg, Schliemann’s report on his stay in the Netherlands as well as with Gustaf Kossinna in the East by the example of KAFU’s research in Lublin. This is followed by the annual reports 2018 on the work of the Museum of Pre- and Protohistory in Berlin, on figures, dates, and facts of the year in the museum, on the work of the German Association of Archaeology [DVA], and the Commission for the Investigation of Collections of Archaeological Finds and Documents in North-Eastern Central Europe [KAFU], and by a report on the museum’s research project on ‘Continuity of research and research on continuity - basic investigations on settlement archaeology in the Iron Age Baltic’.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 07.07.2020
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Spon's Quarry Guide
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Des millions de lecteurs ont eu leur vie accompagnée par Alexandre Soljenitsyne, ont suivi avec passion sa lutte solitaire contre un empire qui semblait établi pour un bon millénium, ont eu la révélation de L'Archipel du Goulag, puis, moins nombreux, mais encore des centaines de milliers ont suivi l'aventure de La Roue rouge. On aurait pu croire que rien ne resterait de la première moitié de vie : que pouvait préserver une mère seule courbée sous la misère, marquée par la tare d'une origine sociale et d'une fidélité à la religion ? Que pouvait-il rester des années de guerre, de captivité, de bagne, des débuts littéraires dans une absolue clandestinité ? Eh bien non ! Outre l'énorme laboratoire de l'écrivain après son expulsion d'URSS quand enfin il trouve des conditions normales d'écriture, il nous reste, ô miracle !, des cahiers d'écolier, des écrits d'adolescent, des textes rédigés en secret à la prison-laboratoire. Plus quelques reliques de famille, deux albums de photos qu'il prit lui-même à Kok-Terek, pendant sa relégation au Kazakhstan. Ce livre rend compte des multiples facettes de ce géant de l'écriture : étude d'ensemble, articles ciblés sur quelques aspects (la réception de l'écrivain, les biographies qui lui ont été consacrées), des témoignages (ses deux principaux traducteurs, son éditeur en russe, son agent littéraire mondial, le compositeur Gilbert Amy, sa dernière biographe). Il compte également des inédits : plusieurs lettres dont l'émouvante lettre à Spiridon (le concierge de la charachka), une grande lettre à Lydia Tchoukovskaïa, des fragments du Journal R-17, trois textes qui sont des « lectures » faites par Soljenitsyne : « Mon L e r m o n tov », « Ivan Chmeliov et son Soleil des morts », « Le P é te r s b o u rg d'Andreï Biely ».

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 07.07.2020
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Global Academic Publishing
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This book reports on the state of academic journal publishing in a range of geolinguistic contexts, including locations where pressures to publish in English have developed more recently than in other parts of the world (e.g. Kazakhstan, Colombia), in addition to contexts that have not been previously explored or well-documented. The three sections push the boundaries of existing research on global publishing, which has mainly focused on how scholars respond to pressures to publish in English, by highlighting research on evaluation policies, journals' responses in non-Anglophone contexts to pressures for English-medium publishing, and pedagogies for supporting scholars in their publishing efforts.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 07.07.2020
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