The Germanic Mosaic: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Society

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Suggestions for Further Reading

Though not exhaustive, the following bibliography will introduce readers to the growing literature on cultural and linguistic diversity and multiculturalism within the setting of Germanic languages and cultures, and provide starting points for further investigation. Readers are also referred to works excerpted in this book or cited in the notes, not all of which are listed here.

Alderson Brian ( 1987). "Lone Voices in the Crowd: The Limits of Multiculturalism." In Gannon, Susan R. Gannon and Ruth Anne Thompsen (eds.), Cross-Culturalism in Children's Literature: Selected Papers from the Children's Literature Association, 5-10. New York: Pace University Press.

Allerbeck Klaus R., and Wendy J. Hoag ( 1985). "When Germans Question Foreigners: A Report on Methodological Problems and Practical Experience." [Wenn Deutsche Ausländer befragen: Ein Bericht über methodische Probleme und praktische Erfahrungen] Zeitschrift für Soziologie. Vol. 14, 241-246.

Ansay Tugrul ( 1991). "The New UN Convention in Light of the German and Turkish Experience." International Migration Review 25, 831-847.

Asante Molefi Kete, and Diane Ravitch ( 1991). "Multiculturalism: An Exchange." The American Scholar 60, 267-76.

Auernheimer George ( 1989). "Cultural Identity: An Anti-Enlightenment Myth?" [Kulturelle Identität: Ein gegenauflärerscher Mythos?] Argument 31, 381-394.

Bergmann Werner and Rainer Erb ( 1991). "I Feel Uneasy Talking about Jews at All. Social Latency and the Perception of the Climate of Opinion concerning Anti-Semitism." [Mir ist das Thema Juden irgendwie unangenehm. Kommunikationslatenz und die Wahmehmung des Meinungsklimas im Fall des Antisemitismus.] Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 43, 502-519.

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