The Annoying Difference: The Emergence of Danish Neonationalism, Neoracism, and Populism in the Post-1989 World

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Berghahn Books, 15 jul. 2011 - 324 pagina's
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The Muhammad cartoon crisis of 2005−2006 in Denmark caught the world by surprise as the growing hostilities toward Muslims had not been widely noticed. Through the methodologies of media anthropology, cultural studies, and communication studies, this book brings together more than thirteen years of research on three significant historical media events in order to show the drastic changes and emerging fissures in Danish society and to expose the politicization of Danish news journalism, which has consequences for the political representation and everyday lives of ethnic minorities in Denmark.

  

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Introduction
1
Part I Methodological Framework and Historical Context
19
Chapter 1 The Emergence of Neonationalism and Neoracism in the Post1989 World
21
Part II The Campaigns of 1997
53
Chapter 2 A Newspaper Campaign Unlike Any Other
55
Chapter 3 The End of Tolerance?
73
Chapter 4 The Danish Cultural World of Unbridgeable Differences
91
Part III The Mona Sheikh Story of 2001
107
Part IV The Muhammad Cartoon Crisis
167
Freedom of Speech as Danish News Management
177
Chapter 9 A Political Struggle in the Field of Journalism
197
Chapter 10 The Narrative of Incompatibility and the Politics of Negative Dialogues in the Danish Cartoon Affair
231
Chapter 11 We Have to Explain Why We Exist
242
Conclusion
269
Notes
282
References
287

Chapter 5 The Mona Sheikh Story 2001
113
JyllandsPostens Coverage of Islam 2001
133
Chapter 7 The Response from Muslim Readers and Viewers
149

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Over de auteur (2011)

Peter Hervik holds a PhD in Social Anthropology from the University of Copenhagen; an MPhil in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER); and is a Professor in the Department of Culture and Global Studies at Aalborg University. He has done research and written extensively on the Danish media coverage of ethnic and Islamic minority issues as well as on the social construction of Yucatec Mayan identity in Mexico.

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