The New Germany provides a picture of contemporary Germany from a variety of perspectives, establishing relationships between recent political events and sociey and cultural life. Contributors include distinguished specialists in German Studies, including John Sandford, Michael Patterson, Karl Koch and Chrales Jeffery.
Part 1 sets the scene, discussingthe demise of East Germany from hisorical perspective and unification in terms of the social problems that have been provoked.
Part 2 covers the new political structre and Germanyâs role as a European power as well as the the social, educational and economic problems generated, especially in the east, by the western takeover of the former GDR. Part 3 is an extensive section devoted to culture and the arts, with studies of the media, literature, theatre, film and language.
Mark Blacksell, Martin Brady, Dagmar Flinspach, Helen Hughes, Charles Jeffery, Karl Koch, Derek Lewis, John McKenzie, James Mellis, Edward Neather, Gerald Opie, Michael Patterson, Jochen Rohlfs, John Sandford, Ingrid Sharp and JÃ¼rgen A. K. Thomaneck
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