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Changing Structures of Political Power, Socialization and Political Education

Edited by Bernhard Claussen and Suna Kili


Bernhard Claussen and Suna Kili

The reader incorporates diverse essays by internationally renowned social scientists. It aims at questioning whether and to what extent national and international changes in the structure of political power and control exert an effect on the prerequisites and circumstances for and consequences of political learning in everyday society or specifically in state-orientated facilities. The variety of perspectives comprises theoretical, methodical observations, national or regional individual analyses bearing general significance for international comparison, as well as empirical studies of specific problem fields. An introduction and deeper immersion is offered by the texts into (worldwide) tendencies pertaining to developments within political systems, in general, and changes undergoing in political socialization and political education, in particular.