The Germanic Mosaic: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Society

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This argument is put forth in detail in Griese, Fremde. Griese speaks of; the Pädagogisierung der Ausländerpolitik [Transformation of Migration Policy into a Pedagogical Issue].

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Griese Hartmut, ed. ( 1984). Der gläserne Fremde, Leverkusen: Leske & Budrich.

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Treibel Annette ( 1988). Engagement und Distanzierung in der westdeutschen Ausländerforschung. Stuttgart: Enke.

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