The articles in this issue of German Politics and Society range in topic from the role of ideational factors in shaping German public discourse on the refugee crisis to the Pegida movement. The tropes of romance and family in performances at the Eurovision Song Contest and in recent European films are examined and the contemporary agency of labor relations actors is analyzed. This issue concludes with book reviews.
Understanding Germany's Short-lived 'Culture of Welcome': Images of Refugees in Three Leading German Quality NewspapersMaximilian Conrad and Hugrún Aðalsteinsdóttirhttp://bit.ly/2ktlUgd
Imagining European Diversity in an Age of MigrationKatrin Sieghttp://bit.ly/2BEirCN
German Labor Relations in International Perspective: A Model ReconsideredTobias Schulze-Clevenhttp://bit.ly/2BM5V6V
The Euro, The Gold Standard, and German Power: A Cautionary TaleBeverly Crawford Ames and Armon Rezaihttp://bit.ly/2BQjHW6
Pegida: A Hybrid Form of a Populist Right MovementIna Schmidthttp://bit.ly/2De2aVs
Myra Marx Ferree, Jeffrey Luppes, Randall Newnham, David Freis, David N. Coury, Carol Hagerand Angelika von Wahlhttp://bit.ly/2B5I7ah
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