Von Bismarck zu Riester: Die Ökonomisierung des deutschen by Andreas Herz

By Andreas Herz

Diplomarbeit aus dem Jahr 2009 im Fachbereich Politik - Politische Systeme - Politisches approach Deutschlands, word: 1,7, Universität Augsburg, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Die hier vorliegende Arbeit beschäftigt sich mit der Ökonomisierung von Sozialpolitik, angewandt auf das deutsche Sozialstaatsmodell im Allgemeinen und die Alterssicherung im Besonderen. Ökonomisierung meint in diesem Zusammenhang, dass Marktmechanismen Eingang in die sozialstaatliche Architektur finden: sei es bei der Produktion sozialer Güter über Wohlfahrtsmärkte oder durch veränderte Begründungsmuster sozialer Leistungszuweisung, Stichwort social funding nation. Diese Entwicklungen sind der Grund für eine neue Risikoverteilung sowie eine veränderte Akteurslandschaft.

Die Ökonomisierung von Sozialpolitik verändert den deutschen Sozialstaat, indem neue Begründungen und Steuerungsformen die bisherige sozialstaatliche Architektur in Teilen neu ausrichten und traditionelle preparations ersetzen. Anhand der Alterssicherung lässt sich dies intestine nachvollziehen. Durch Wohlfahrtsmärkte und soziale Investitionen betreibt der neue Sozialstaat Sozialpolitik durch Märkte, anstatt Sozialpolitik gegen Märkte.

Neue Entwicklungspfade wurden so im „deutschen Modell“ eröffnet. „‚Alles weitere’, so heißt es bei Smith, ‚entsteht durch den natürlichen Gang der Dinge.’ Die Geschichte scheint ihm insoweit Recht zu geben, als sich die Marktlogik, wo sie einmal gesät conflict, in der Langfristperspektive beständig und gegen allfällige Widerstände ausbreitete, und tatsächlich, wie es Marx und Engels im ‚Kommunistischen occur’ voraussehen, alle sozialen und politischen Verhältnisse revolutioniert hat.“ (Czada 2004: 10f).

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Familienpolitik im Ländervergleich: Deutschland und by Yvonne Rötter

By Yvonne Rötter

Bachelorarbeit aus dem Jahr 2011 im Fachbereich Politik - Politische Systeme - Allgemeines und Vergleiche, notice: 1,7, Helmut-Schmidt-Universität - Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg (Professur für Politikwissenschaft), Veranstaltung: Politische Systeme, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Die vorliegende Arbeit beschäftigt sich mit der Familienpolitik in Deutschland und Schweden. Während in Deutschland Familienpolitik bislang eher als Privatangelegenheit galt, in die der Staat sich so wenig wie möglich einmischen sollte, wurde das Elterngeld in Schweden bereits 1974 eingeführt. Geschlechtergleichheit wurde somit schon früh vom Staat institutionalisiert. In den 1990er Jahren wurde Schweden sogar zum Land mit der größten Geschlechtergerechtigkeit erklärt. Diese Kontraste in der Familienpolitik zwischen Schweden und Deutschland machen diese beiden Länder für Vergleich besonders interessant. Im Zentrum steht dabei die folgende Fragestellung: Inwiefern hat sich in der deutschen Familienpolitik bereits ein „Doppelversorgermodell“ nach schwedischem Vorbild etabliert, welche Bedeutung haben dabei unterschiedliche gesellschaftliche Rollenverständnisse?
Diese Fragestellung beinhaltet verschiedene Ebenen der Betrachtung. Die erste Ebene ist die polity-Ebene, in der die institutionellen Regelungen zur Familienpolitik in Schweden und Deutschland hinsichtlich der Etablierung des so genannten ‚Doppelversorgermodelles‘ betrachtet werden sollen. Die zweite Ebene bezieht mit der Rollenproblematik auf der poltics-Ebene den gender-Konflikt als theoretisches Konstrukt zur Beantwortung der Fragestellung mit ein. Dabei wirft sie eine weitere interessante Fragestellung auf: Woran liegt es, dass familienpolitische Regelungen in Schweden anders angenommen werden als in Deutschland? Schwerpunkt der Untersuchung ist dabei die politics-Ebene, die auf unterschiedliche geschlechtliche Rollenverständnisse in den beiden Staaten geprüft werden soll.

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The Politics of Quasi-Government: Hybrid Organizations and by Jonathan G. S. Koppell

By Jonathan G. S. Koppell

Hybrid enterprises, governmental entities that blend features of non-public and public area businesses, are more and more renowned mechanisms for imposing public coverage. Koppell assesses the functionality of the becoming quasi-government by way of responsibility and regulate. evaluating hybrids to standard govt companies in 3 coverage domain names - export merchandising, housing and overseas improvement - Koppell argues that hybrid firms are more challenging to regulate mostly considering hybrids behave like regulated businesses instead of extensions of administrative organizations. delivering a wealthy perception of the bureaucratic regulate challenge, Koppell additionally argues that hybrid agencies are intrinsically much less aware of the political personal tastes in their political masters and means that as coverage instruments they're beside the point for a few initiatives. This e-book presents a well timed learn of an immense administrative and political phenomenon.

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Non-Sovereign Futures: French Caribbean Politics in the Wake by Yarimar Bonilla

By Yarimar Bonilla

As an in another country division of France, Guadeloupe is one in all a handful of non-independent societies within the Caribbean that appear like political exceptions—or even paradoxes—in our present postcolonial period. In Non-Sovereign Futures, Yarimar Bonilla wrestles with the conceptual arsenal of political modernity—challenging modern notions of freedom, sovereignty, nationalism, and revolution—in order to recast Guadeloupe no longer as a problematically non-sovereign website yet as a spot which may unsettle how we expect of sovereignty itself.

           

Through a deep ethnography of Guadeloupean hard work activism, Bonilla examines how Caribbean political actors navigate the conflicting norms and wishes produced through the modernist undertaking of postcolonial sovereignty. Exploring the political and historic imaginaries of activist groups, she examines their makes an attempt to forge new visions for the longer term via reconfiguring narratives of the earlier, specifically the histories of colonialism and slavery. Drawing from approximately a decade of ethnographic study, she exhibits that political participation—even in failed movements—has social affects past basic fabric or monetary earnings. finally, she makes use of the circumstances of Guadeloupe and the Caribbean at huge to supply a extra refined perception of the chances of sovereignty within the postcolonial era. 

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Grenzziehungen im Verfassungsstaat - Zur Entwicklung eines by Roland Quiatkowski

By Roland Quiatkowski

Diplomarbeit aus dem Jahr 2008 im Fachbereich Politik - Politische Systeme - Politisches process Deutschlands, word: 1,7, Universität Leipzig (Institut für Politikwissenschaft), ninety two Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Warum gibt es bis heute in Deutschland keine Rechtskategorie Feind? Wird davon ausgegangen, sie kann den Schutz der Bürger vor Terroristen durch den Staat verbessern, dann wird sie benötigt. Wie aber könnte sie den gewünschten Zugewinn an Sicherheit erreichen und welche Probleme würden sich aus ihrer Einführung ergeben? Und ließen sich die entstehenden Probleme mit dem erhofften Mehr an Sicherheit für den einzelnen Bürger aufwiegen respektive rechtfertigen?
Den Anspruch, diese Fragen zu beantworten, setzt sich die vorliegende Arbeit. Kann die Forschungslücke einer nicht vorhandenen Abgrenzung vom Feind im Strafrecht geschlossen werden, könnten daraus schließlich Handlungsanweisungen generiert werden, die einen effektiveren Umgang mit Terroristen zuließen.

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Enslaved Daughters: Colonialism, Law and Women’s Rights by Sudhir Chandra

By Sudhir Chandra

this can be the second one version of a extraordinary research of a tender woman's defiant stand opposed to Hindu orthodoxy and the colonial criminal institution within the overdue 19th century India. It revolves round a go well with for 'restitution of conjugal rights' filed opposed to Rukhmabai, who was once married at age 11 and refused to move and stay along with her husband. This lucid and fascinating account captures the dramatic unfolding of the litigation, in addition to the massive social and political debate trigger through it. The narrative skilfully weaves jointly the main points of the case with higher problems with gender and legislations, colonialism, tradition, reform, and modernity. This variation contains a new Afterword during which the writer analyses a vexatious libel case into which the rival get together dragged Rukhmabai on the way to breaking her will, even sooner than the unique go well with has been settled. This e-book will curiosity scholars and students of gender experiences, kin legislation, feminist standpoint of heritage, criminal heritage, and likewise common readers.

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Multinational Federations (Routledge Studies in Federalism by Michael Burgess,John Pinder

By Michael Burgess,John Pinder

This is the 1st comparative quantity on hand on multinational federations, bringing jointly a global diversity of specialists on federalism.


Multinational federations are federal states meant to supply a framework which could accommodate, deal with and unravel essentially the most intractable political conflicts of our time that emerge from id politics: those who stem from competing nationwide visions, no matter if inside of or among validated states.


Featuring key specialists within the box equivalent to Michael Burgess, Alain Gagnon and Ronald Watts, this exact publication attracts on a large geographical variety of kingdom reports together with Belgium, Canada, India, Malaysia, Spain, Russia, Cyprus, India, Switzerland and the european to be able to illustrate the pivotal dating among federalism and nationalism. In so doing, it addresses the sensible relevance of federalism to the recent political acceptance of distinction and variety within the particular kind of nationwide minoritarianism.


Multinational Federations might be of sturdy curiosity to scholars and researchers of federalism, democracy and nationalism.

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Authoritarianism in an Age of Democratization by Jason Brownlee

By Jason Brownlee

faraway from sweeping the globe uniformly, the 'third wave of democratization' left burgeoning republics and resilient dictatorships in its wake. employing greater than a yr of unique fieldwork in Egypt, Iran, Malaysia, and the Philippines, during this 2007 booklet Jason Brownlee indicates that the combined list of contemporary democratization is healthier deciphered via a ancient and institutional method of authoritarian rule. Exposing the inner agencies that constitution elite clash, Brownlee demonstrates why the severe soft-liners wanted for democratic transitions were dormant in Egypt and Malaysia yet outspoken in Iran and the Philippines. through developing how ruling events originated and why they bog down switch, Brownlee illuminates the matter of latest authoritarianism and informs the merchandising of sturdy democracy.

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Who Belongs?: Race, Resources, and Tribal Citizenship in the by Mikaëla M. Adams

By Mikaëla M. Adams

Who can lay declare to a legally-recognized Indian id? Who comes to a decision even if anyone qualifies? the fitting to figure out tribal citizenship is key to tribal sovereignty, yet finding out who belongs has a sophisticated background, specifically within the South.

Indians who remained within the South following elimination grew to become a marginalized and anomalous humans in an rising biracial international. regardless of the industrial hardships and assimilationist pressures they confronted, they insisted on their political identification as electorate of tribal countries and rejected Euro-American efforts to minimize them to a different racial minority, particularly within the face of Jim Crow segregation. Drawing upon their cultural traditions, kinship styles, and evolving must shield their land, assets, and identification from outsiders, southern Indians developed tribally-specific citizenship standards, partly by way of manipulating racial different types - like blood quantum - that weren't conventional parts of indigenous cultures. Mikaëla M. Adams investigates how six southern tribes-the Pamunkey Indian Tribe of Virginia, the Catawba Indian country of South Carolina, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, the jap Band of Cherokee Indians of North Carolina, the Seminole Tribe of Florida, and the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida-decided who belonged. by means of targeting the rights and assets at stake, the consequences of country and federal popularity, the impression of kinship platforms and racial ideologies, and the method of making reputable tribal rolls, Adams finds how Indians proven felony identities.

Through reading the 19th and 20th century histories of those Southern tribes, Who Belongs? quashes the proposal of a vital "Indian" and showcases the constantly-evolving strategy of defining tribal citizenship.

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Law as Profession and Practice in Medieval Europe: Essays in by Melodie Harris Eichbauer,Kenneth Pennington

By Melodie Harris Eichbauer,Kenneth Pennington

This quantity brings jointly papers by means of a bunch of students, unusual of their personal correct, in honour of James Brundage. The essays are organised into 4 sections, each one equivalent to a big concentration of Brundage's scholarly paintings. the 1st part explores the relationship among the improvement of medieval felony and constitutional inspiration. Thomas Izbicki, Kenneth Pennington, and Charles Reid, Jr. discover a number of points of the jurisprudence of the Ius commune, whereas James Powell, Michael Gervers and Nicole Hamonic, Olivia Robinson, and Elizabeth Makowski study how that jurisprudence used to be utilized to varied medieval associations. Brian Tierney and James Muldoon finish this part via demonstrating small print: sleek rules of consent within the political sphere and basic rules of foreign legislation attributed to 16th century jurists like Hugo Grotius have deep roots in medieval jurisprudential concept. Patrick Zutshi, R. H. Helmholz, Peter Landau, Marjorie Chibnall, and Edward Peters have written essays that increase Brundage's paintings at the progress of the felony career and the way lines of a criminal schooling started to emerge in lots of assorted arenas. The impression of felony considering on marriage and sexuality was once one other element of Brundage's extensive pursuits. within the 3rd part Richard Kay, Charles Donahue, Jr., and Glenn Olsen discover the intersection of legislations and marriage and the interaction of felony suggestion on a critical establishment of Christian society. The contributions of Jonathan Riley-Smith and Robert Somerville within the fourth part round-out the quantity and are dedicated to Brundage's path-breaking paintings on medieval legislations and the crusading flow. the quantity additionally incorporates a accomplished bibliography of Brundage's work.

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