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»Differenz« ist eine noch häufig vernachlässigte Dimension sozialer Interaktion, die jedoch als Forschungsfeld an Bedeutung gewinnt. Der Band untersucht das positive Potenzial von Differenz - der Ideen, Interessen oder Institutionen - und zeigt, unter welchen Bedingungen sie einen Gewinn für effektives und legitimes Handeln in demokratischen Systemen darstellt. Die Beiträger sind Politikwissenschaftler, Soziologen, Kommunikationswissenschaftler, Rechtswissenschaftler und Kunsthistoriker.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
»Differenz« ist eine noch häufig vernachlässigte Dimension sozialer Interaktion, die jedoch als Forschungsfeld an Bedeutung gewinnt. Der Band untersucht das positive Potenzial von Differenz - der Ideen, Interessen oder Institutionen - und zeigt, unter welchen Bedingungen sie einen Gewinn für effektives und legitimes Handeln in demokratischen Systemen darstellt. Die Beiträger sind Politikwissenschaftler, Soziologen, Kommunikationswissenschaftler, Rechtswissenschaftler und Kunsthistoriker.

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  • Verlag: Campus Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 397
  • Erscheinungstermin: 14.11.2011
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783593412559
  • Artikelnr.: 37174109
Autorenporträt
Kolja Raube, Dr. phil., ist Programmkoordinator des Studiengangs »European Studies« und Mitglied des »Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies«, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Annika Sattler, M. A., ist Mitarbeiterin der Deutschen Bundesbank in Frankfurt.
Inhaltsangabe
Contents Introduction Kolja Raube and Annika Sattler................................................................................9 1. Analytical Model The Concept of Difference Christine Landfried...................................................................................................15 2. Difference and Democracy The Future of Democracy Manfred G. Schmidt.................................................................................................49 Comment: An Alternative View on Democratic Governance Beyond the Nation-State Jonathan P. Aus.......................................................................................67 Comment: Difference and Democracy from the Constitutional Law Perspective Alexander von Brünneck ............................................................................77 Comment: The Sustainability of Democracy- An Examination on the Basis of Leading Differences Tine Stein ...............................................................................................83 3. Difference and Europe Towards a Reflexive External Governance of the European Union Kolja Raube...........................................................................................101 Comment: The Concept of Difference and its Potential for Research in Political Science Ingrid Schneider ......................................................................................127 Comment: Small States and Differences in the European Union- Putting Forward or Paralyzing the Integration? Meinhard Hilf........................................................................................141 Comment: Reflections on the Concept of a Reflexive European Union External Governance Chiara Formenti-Ujlaki...........................................................................147 4. Difference and Globalization Thinking Islamic Difference in Pluralistic Democracies Nilüfer Göle ..........................................................................................159 Comment: The New Cosmopolitanism. The (Right) Way to Cope with Difference in a Globalizing Society Edgar Grande........................................................................................183 Comment: The Troubles with Standardization of Cultural Differences Rainer Tetzlaff .......................................................................................197 Comment: Different Potentials of Difference in the Balkans- A Paradigmatic Analysis Fran Kauzlaric.......................................................................................211 5. Difference and Law Managing Difference: Constitutional Pluralism and Transnational Rights Protection Alec Stone Sweet.....................................................................................227 Comment: Contesting the Management of Difference- Transnational Human Rights, Religion and the European Court of Human Rights' Lautsi Decision Mattias Kumm.......................................................................................245 Comment: Global Constitutionalism and the Concept of Difference Antje Wiener .........................................................................................261 Comment: Law, Difference and Transnational Norm Building Under a Shared Watercourse Treaty-The International Court of Justice and Environmental Impact Statements Jennifer McKay.......................................................................................277 6. Difference and Public Sphere Difference as Basic Component of Mediated Communication in (European) Public Spheres Irene Neverla .........................................................................................291 Comment: Public Spheres in Europe Hartmut Kaelble.....................................................................................307 Comment: Difference as Structural Characteristic and Catalyst of European Public Spheres Annika Sattler.......................................................................................315 Comment: Belonging and Engagement-Benefits of Difference on European Union Issues in Europe's Public Spheres Pieter de Wilde .......................................................................................327 7. Difference and Art Difference and Democracy: Art Martin Warnke .....................................................................................341 Comment: Difference Between Democracy and Art Beyond Visual Arts Udo Bermbach .......................................................................................355 Comment: Art is Difference... Even if this is no Longer Readily Perceptible Petra Kipphoff von Huene .........................................................................361 Comment: Difference and Indifference Between Art Avant-Gardes and Democratic Politics Klaus von Beyme.....................................................................................369 8. Conclusion Exploring Potentials of Difference in Europe and Beyond Kolja Raube and Annika Sattler................................................................379 Contributing Authors .......................................................................389 Index..................................................................................................395Contents

Introduction
Kolja Raube and Annika Sattler................................................................................9

1. Analytical Model

The Concept of Difference
Christine Landfried...................................................................................................15

2. Difference and Democracy

The Future of Democracy
Manfred G. Schmidt.................................................................................................49

Comment: An Alternative View on Democratic Governance
Beyond the Nation-State
Jonathan P. Aus.......................................................................................67

Comment: Difference and Democracy from the
Constitutional Law Perspective
Alexander von Brünneck ............................................................................77

Comment: The Sustainability of Democracy-
An Examination on the Basis of Leading Differences
Tine Stein ...............................................................................................83

3. Difference and Europe

Towards a Reflexive External Governance of the European Union
Kolja Raube...........................................................................................101

Comment: The Concept of Difference and its Potential for
Research in Political Science
Ingrid Schneider ......................................................................................127

Comment: Small States and Differences in the European Union-
Putting Forward or Paralyzing the Integration?
Meinhard Hilf........................................................................................141

Comment: Reflections on the Concept of a Reflexive
European Union External Governance
Chiara Formenti-Ujlaki...........................................................................147

4. Difference and Globalization

Thinking Islamic Difference in Pluralistic Democracies
Nilüfer Göle ..........................................................................................159

Comment: The New Cosmopolitanism. The (Right) Way
to Cope with Difference in a Globalizing Society
Edgar Grande........................................................................................183

Comment: The Troubles with Standardization of
Cultural Differences
Rainer Tetzlaff .......................................................................................197

Comment: Different Potentials of Difference in the Balkans-
A Paradigmatic Analysis
Fran Kauzlaric.......................................................................................211

5. Difference and Law

Managing Difference: Constitutional Pluralism and
Transnational Rights Protection
Alec Stone Sweet.....................................................................................227

Comment: Contesting the Management of Difference-
Transnational Human Rights, Religion and the European
Court of Human Rights' Lautsi Decision
Mattias Kumm.......................................................................................245

Comment: Global Constitutionalism and
the Concept of Difference
Antje Wiener .........................................................................................261

Comment: Law, Difference and Transnational Norm Building
Under a Shared Watercourse Treaty-The International Court
of Justice and Environmental Impact Statements
Jennifer McKay.......................................................................................277

6. Difference and Public Sphere

Difference as Basic Component of Mediated Communication
in (European) Public Spheres
Irene Neverla .........................................................................................291

Comment: Public Spheres in Europe
Hartmut Kaelble.....................................................................................307

Comment: Difference as Structural Characteristi