Contemporary Germany

Mark Allinson , Jeremy Leaman , Stuart Parkes , Barbara Tolkiehn

Editura: Longman
Designed for combined Language and Social Science 2nd and 3rd year courses on Germany found in departments of, German, Politics, Modern Language and European Studies. This book charts the post-war development of Germany - East & West - through to reunification and Germany's evolving role in world politics and economics. It combines a concise yet comprehensive introduction in English to contemporary German politics, society & economics with extensive authentic extracts from German language publications backed up with specially developed language exercises
  • Limba : Engleza
  • Cuprins :  Introduction Part 1: German Politics Since 1945: From Division to Divided Unity 1. Introduction 2. Dividing Germany 3. Germany in the international context 4. 1948-49: From the Berlin Blockade to two German states 5. Political parties 6. The Basic Law - guarantor of West German democracy 7. Chancellor democracy? 8. The FRG 1949-66 9. Sovereignty and western integration 10. Controversy in domestic affairs 11. New directions and consolidation: The Federal Republic, 1966-89 12. Grand Coalition, 1966-69 13. Ostpolitik 14. 'Daring more democracy' 15. Kohl as chancellor before unification 16. The 'second German state' 17. The structures of people's democracy 18. Challenges to the socialist order 19. Conformity, recognition and stagnation 20. Collapse 21. United Germany, 1990-1998 22. Uniting Germany 23. Tackling the GDR legacy 24. The PDS and the new party system 25. Unification and the established parties 26. A right wing threat? 27. Conclusion 28. Suggestions for further reading 29. Texts and exercises Part
  • Data Publicarii : 2000
  • Editie : 1
  • Format : Paperback
  • Numar pagini : 448
  • ISBN : 9780582357143
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