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    Young Refugees’ Integration Trajectories—The Critical Role of Local Resources in Germany
    (2023-05) ;
    Plöger, Jörg 
    Though it is a global phenomenon, migration results in a variety of local outcomes. Depending on migrants’ specific arrival contexts, countries of origin and migration motives, they are channelled into different categories. As a result, they encounter unequal access to different domains at the local level. This paper analyses how young migrants in vulnerable conditions are able to access and use local or localised resources and to what extend these resources enable them to overcome structural barriers over time. Our analysis builds on empirical findings from a case study in Dortmund, Germany, conducted through the EU-funded MIMY project. Drawing on narrative interviews with young refugees (aged 18–29), it highlights three specific cases where temporal and spatial factors shape individual integration pathways. The narratives highlight the barriers encountered by young refugees, most of which are related to migrant policy categories implemented at national or supra-national levels. In the arrival context, the young migrants are able—to varying degrees—to mobilise localised resources helping them overcome (at least partially) such mainly structural barriers. Focusing on the emergence and evolution of local integration landscapes thus reveals the importance of time and the difference time makes in terms of the availability of resources and legal frameworks.
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    Spatial segregation of families with migrant background in the high-status City of Munich: How strong is the effect of socio-economic status?
    (2023-01-01) ;
    Hanslmaier, Michael 
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    Windzio, Michael 
    Ethnic residential segregation can result from preferential choices or from market forces. Depending on whether it evolved voluntarily or forcibly, segregation can have differential effects on immigrant integration. Using the example of Munich as a major German city, we examine the unequal spatial distribution of migrants and non-migrants. Following an approach proposed by Frank Kalter we calculate indices of residential segregation, which are adjusted for differences in socio-economic status. Results show that almost 14 percent of the residential segregation of immigrants can be attributed to socio-economic restrictions. This finding suggests that factors related to immigration and, possibly, also ethnic boundaries are determinants of the unequal spatial distribution also in high-status cities such as Munich.
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    Bundesrepublik
    (BeBra, 2023)
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    Einführung in die Politikdidaktik
    (Wochenschau, 2023) ;
    May, Michael 
    Der Weg zur professionellen und reflektierten Politiklehrkraft. Die Politikdidaktik als Wissenschaft vom Lehren und Lernen der Politik hat sich in den letzten Jahrzehnten etabliert und ausdifferenziert. Dieser Band bietet einen umfassenden Überblick über die Politikdidaktik, ihre Geschichte und ihre aktuellen Entwicklungen. Er führt leicht verständlich in ihre zentralen Fragestellungen, Grundbegriffe sowie Forschungs- und Entwicklungsfelder ein und richtet sich vor allem an Studienanfänger. Die Lektüre schafft Orientierung und legt Grundlagen für erste Praxisversuche angehender Politiklehrer:innen. Das Buch versteht sich als Begleiter auf dem Weg zum professionellen und reflektierten Politikunterricht.
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    Aus Berufsbiografien lernen
    (2023)
    Christine Engartner 
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