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Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung (HSR) 42 (2017), 2

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Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung (HSR) 42 (2017), 2
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Religious Denomination / Spatial Dimensions

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GESIS – Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften
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4 Hefte / Jahr; 280-400 Seiten / Heft
Anzahl Seiten
368 pages
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jährlich € 30 (Personen); € 54 (Institutionen)

 

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Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung (HSR)
Land
Deutschland
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GESIS – Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften Journal Historical Social Research Unter Sachsenhausen 6-8 50667 Köln
Von
Janssen, Philip Jost

FORUM I
Rolf Gehrmann & Kevin McQuillan (Eds.): The Impact of Religious Denomination on Mentality and Behavior.

For at least 500 years, differences in denomination have helped shape social life in Europe. How have religious perspectives influ-enced the perception of the other, lifestyles, and living conditions? How do we weigh the influence of religion in relation to other social characteristics – and is religion still relevant in modern Europe? The contributions to this HSR Forum will probe these questions through different approaches and in overviews as well as in special surveys for five European countries, among which one with a Muslim majority. Most of the papers are drawn from Historical Demography, which is able to show, for relatively distant historical periods, how a religious mentality manifests itself in behavior and leads to different life-course scripts. Another article takes a close look at the results of polls, which nowadays allow a more direct access to value systems, in order to learn to what extend they are influenced directly or indirectly by religious traditions. The forum is completed by a cultural-historical contribution based on travel reports.

FORUM II
Christoph Bernhardt (Ed.): Spatial Dimensions of Governance in 20th Century Political Struggles.

Despite a growing interest within the historical sciences for spatial dimensions of socio-cultural interaction, research has concentrated on some subfields and problems, like theoretical challenges of conceptualizing space, urban history or spatial dimensions of everyday life. In contrast, political issues of institutional change and governance in the course of the 20th century stayed to some extent outside the “spatial turn,” apart from some explorations in the growing field of global history. This HSR Forum discusses spatial dimensions in 20th century political struggles along selected questions taken from various strands of research in different disciplines. These questions ad-dress interactions of political actors in terms of Multilevel Governance and scalar strategies in historical conflicts of the 20th century. The articles discuss cases from different political periods and countries and raise questions like governance in socialism, the role of citizens groups and NGOs like Greenpeace in different political contexts and the relevance of knowledge formation for the re-scaling of political arenas in the EU.

Abstracts of all contributions are available at http:www.gesis.org/hsr/. For orders, please contact hsr-order@gesis.org.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

CONTENTS

FORUM I – The Impact of Religious Denomination on Mentality and Behavior

Kevin McQuillan & Rolf Gehrmann
The Impact of Religious Denomination on Mentality and Behavior. An Introduction.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.7–22

Anne-Lise Head-König
Religion Mattered: Religious Differences in Switzerland and Their Impact on Demographic Behaviour (End of the 18th Century to the Middle of the Twentieth Century).
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.23–58

Jan Kok
Church Affiliation and Life Course Transitions in The Netherlands, 1850–1970.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.59–91

Rolf Gehrmann
Denomination and Number of Children: The Case of Rural Baden, 18th/19th Century.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.92–113

Grażyna Liczbińska
Between Religion and Environment: Mortality and Its Causative Factors in Greater Poland in the 19th Century.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.114–133

Siegfried Gruber
The Influence of Religion on Marriage Ages in Albania around 1900.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.134–157

Christoph Nebgen
Economic and Confessional Relationships in 18th Century Travel Writing from the Rhine.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.158–169

Stefan Benz
Measurable Effects of Denominations on Narrative Patterns. The German Case of Diversity in Narrating Histories.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.170–196

FORUM II – Spatial Dimensions of Governance in 20th Century Political Struggles.

Christoph Bernhardt
Governance, Statehood, and Space in 20th Century Political Struggles. An Introduction.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.199–217

Thomas Schaarschmidt
Multi-Level Governance in Hitler’s Germany: Reassessing the Political Structure of the National Socialist State.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.218–242

Lena Kuhl & Oliver Werner
Bezirke on Scale. Regional and Local Actors in East German ‘Democratic Centralism.’
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.243–266

Christian Jansen
Region – Province – Municipality. Spatial Planning and Spatial Policy in Italy, 1860–2016.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.267–294

Sabine Mecking
State – Municipality – Citizen. Rational Territorial Reform against Emotional Will of the Citizenry in West Germany?
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.295–317

Frank Zelko
Scaling Greenpeace: From Local Activism to Global Governance.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.318–342

Jay Rowell
Rescaling Disability: The Construction of a European Social Group and Policy Arena.
doi: 10.12759/hsr.42.2017.2.343–366

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