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Erstorientierung für Geflüchtete

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ISBN: 9783847412625 9783847422327 Year: Pages: 351 Language: German
Publisher: Verlag Barbara Budrich
Subject: Political Science
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Das Buch bietet eine theoretische und praktische Einführung in einen besonderen Teil der Sozialen und der pädagogischen Arbeit mit Geflüchteten. Es werden unterschiedliche Konzeptionen, Formate und Praxen der Erstorientierung thematisiert. Ausgehend von den Ergebnissen des wissenschaftlich begleiteten Erstorientierungsprojekts HO:PE des Flüchtlingszentrums Hamburg werden Best-Practice-Ansätze für die sozialraumorientierte Soziale Arbeit und die Bildungsarbeit vorgestellt, die bei der zielorientierten und systematischen Erstorientierung Geflüchteter helfen. Die Bandbreite an Vorgehensweisen aus der Praxis deckt ein Kursangebot für Geflüchtete ebenso ab wie andere Formate, z.B. Informationsvorträge oder Fortbildungen für ehrenamtlich Engagierte. Die Leserinnen und Leser erhalten darüber hinaus theoretisch fundiertes Hintergrundwissen zu Erstorientierung und Empowerment von Geflüchteten sowie zu didaktischen und methodischen Grundlagen für die Bildungsarbeit. Ein besonderes Augenmerk wird zudem auf das Empowermentpotenzial der Erstorientierung, auf die Sozialraumaktivierung und die sozialraum- orientierte Soziale Arbeit im Rahmen von Erstorientierung gerichtet.; The book offers a theoretical and practical introduction to a particular part of the social and educational work with refugees. Different concepts, formats, and practices of first orientation are discussed. Based on the results of the scientifically accompanied initial orientation project HO:PE of the Refugee Centre Hamburg, best-practice approaches for social-space-oriented social work and educational work will be presented that help police with their goal-oriented and systematic initial orientation. The range of practical procedures covers a course offer for refugees as well as other formats, e.g. information lectures or training courses for volunteers. In addition, the readers receive theoretically sound background knowledge on the initial orientation and empowerment of refugees as well as on didactic and methodological basics for educational work. Special attention is also paid to the empowerment potential of initial orientation, to social space activation, and social space-oriented social work within the framework of initial orientation.

Fluchtmigration aus Syrien - Eine biographietheoretische und figurationssoziologische Studie

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ISBN: 101787520191228 9783863954321 Year: Language: German
Publisher: Universitätsverlag Göttingen
Subject: Social Sciences
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The armed conflict in Syria which began in 2011, caused one of the largest refugee movements in the context of collective violence and war since World War II. Those who fled during the complex, increasingly violent and militarized Syrian civil war – in total about half of the pre-conflict population – have predominantly looked for a place of refuge, security and participation chances in other regions within Syria or in neighboring countries. Relatively few people had the resources to migrate to comparatively distant countries (such as countries in the “European Union”). This sociological study focuses on the processes of “refuge migration” and the experiences of refugees who migrated in the context of the armed conflict in Syria via the Spanish-Moroccan border zone surrounding the enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla. Based on a combination of biographical and figurational approaches and the concept of belonging, I empirically reconstruct the migration, social situations and self-presentations of Syrian refugees in the Spanish-Moroccan border zone. My ethnographic research in the Spanish enclaves shows differences and similarities in the way Syrian refugees experience, deal with and present their social situation in these transit spaces of migration. A central finding of my study highlights that the refugees’ presentation of their life stories and their escape from violence are heavily overlaid by their present preoccupations in the refugee camp and the presentation of shared – or supposedly shared – experiences of fleeing from war. The focus of their biographical self-presentations lay on their precarious and heteronomous current situation and the presentation of a homogenizing we-image as “Syrian refugees”. These patterns of self-presentation obstructed speaking about their “individual” courses of flight from a war. This tended to cover up differences and social conflicts that existed in Syria before the war as well as diverging “individual” experiences of the war. Drawing on biographical case reconstructions, I contrast these findings by showing how war and armed conflict are processes of social transformation that have different meanings and different consequences for individuals and social collectives. The cases of a Syrian-Kurdish refugee, a Syrian-Algerian-Palestinian family and a Syrian-Turkmen married couple show how processes of “refugee migration” are interrelated with diverging life and collective histories. The interviewees’ experiences during the armed conflict, as well as the courses of “forced migration” are inherently related to changing positions within networks of interdependency. This explains why the conflict has very different consequences for the refugees’ present perspectives and constructions of belonging. My empirical results are discussed in the light of the state of the art in the field of refugee-studies and forced migration research. Drawing on perspectives from sociology and anthropology of violence and armed conflict, I conceptualize “refugee migration” as a certain type of migration: “Refugee migration” is a type of migration that is constituted in the context of social transformations and changes in the social order caused by, and causing, collective violence. Violence-based transformations are an integral part of the genesis and the overall trajectories of these processes of migration. These transformations affect social boundaries and figurations between individuals and groupings, constructions of belonging and patterns of biographical (re-)orientation. “Refugee migration” is not only a reaction to collective violence, but must be seen in its ongoing embeddedness in the dynamics of violence which structure the whole migration process.

The Philosophical Salon: Speculations, Reflections, Interventions

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Book Series: Critical Climate Change ISBN: 9781785420382 9781785420399 Year: DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_622812 Language: English
Publisher: Open Humanities Press
Subject: Political Science --- Philosophy --- Languages and Literatures
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Through the interpretative lens of today’s leading thinkers, The Philosophical Salon illuminates the persistent intellectual queries and the most disquieting concerns of our actuality. Across its three main divisions—Speculations, Reflections, and Interventions—the volume constructs a complex mirror, in which our age might be able to recognize itself with all its imperfections, shadowy spots, even threatening abysses and latent promises. On the cutting edge of philosophy, political and literary theory, and aesthetics, this book courageously tackles a wide array of topics, including climate change, the role of technology, reproductive rights, the problem of refugees, the task of the university, political extremism, embodiment, utopia, food ethics, and sexual identity. It is an enduring record of an ongoing conversation, as well as a building block for any attempt to make sense of our world’s multifaceted realities. Contributors: Robert Albritton, Linda Martín Alcoff, Claudia Baracchi, Geoffrey Bennington, Jay M. Bernstein, Costica Bradatan, Jill Casid, David Castillo, Antonio Cerella, Anna Charlton, Claire Colebrook, Sarah Conly, Nikita Dhawan, William Egginton, Roberto Esposito, Mihail Evans, Gary Francione, Luis Garagalza, Michael Gillespie, Michael Hauskeller, Ágnes Heller, Daniel Innerarity, Jacob Kiernan, Julia Kristeva, Daniel Kunitz, Susanna Lindberg, Jeff Love, Michael Marder, Todd May, Michael Meng, John Milbank, Warren Montag, T. M. Murray, Jean-Luc Nancy, Kelly Oliver, Adrian Pabst, Martha Patterson, Richard Polt, Gabriel Rockhill, Hasana Sharp, Doris Sommer, Gayatri Spivak, Kara Thompson, Patrícia Vieira, Slavoj Žižek.

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