Since unification, Germany has undergone profound changes, including the reawakening of xenophobic hate crime, anti-Semitic incidents, and racist violence. This book will present the most recent findings on German public opinion, private attitudes, official policies, and right wing political developments. It will examine the dimensions, sources of, and remedies to anti-Semitism and xenophobia.
Readership: Sociologists, political science scholars.
Edited by Hermann Kurthen, Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States and Visiting Scholar at the Department of Sociology, Institute for Research in Social Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA, Werner Bergmann, Assistant Professor at the Zentrum fur Antisemitismusforchung, Technische Universität, Berlin, Germany, and Rainer Erb, Lecturer at the Moses Mendelssohn Center, University of Potsdam, Germany