Tolerance, Intolerance and Respect: Hard to Accept? by J. DobbernackTolerance, Intolerance and Respect: Hard to Accept? by J. Dobbernack

Tolerance, Intolerance and Respect: Hard to Accept?

EditorJ. Dobbernack, T. Modood

Hardcover | June 24, 2013

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With the ethnic, cultural and religious diversity that is a feature of European societies today, pluralism is experienced in new and challenging ways. In many places, an urban cosmopolitan mix sits side by side with group-based expressions of faith and culture. The debate about the types of 'acceptance' that these situations require tend to follow new patterns. Increasing openness and respect for some may rest upon a reinforced intolerance towards others. This complicates and challenges our understanding of what it means for societies to be accepting, tolerant or respectful of cultural diversity in its various forms. This volume seeks to meet this challenge with perspectives that consider new dynamics towards tolerance, intolerance and respect.

Jan Dobbernack is Research Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship, University of Bristol, UK, and Lecturer in the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lincoln, UK. His interests include comparative and critical perspectives on the politics of ethnic minority accommodation, interpretive policy...
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Title:Tolerance, Intolerance and Respect: Hard to Accept?Format:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0 inPublished:June 24, 2013Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230390889

ISBN - 13:9780230390881

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Table of Contents

Introduction; Jan Dobbernack and Tariq Modood
PART I: BEYOND TOLERATION?
1. Moral Minimalism and More Demanding Moralities. Some Reflections on 'Tolerance/Toleration'; Veit Bader
2. State Toleration, Religious Recognition and Equality; Sune Lægaard
3. Toleration and Non-Domination; Iseult Honohan
PART II: A NEW INTOLERANCE
4. The Logics of Toleration: Outline for a Comparative Approach to the Study of Tolerance; Werner Schiffauer
5. Liberalism and the Diminishing Space of Toleration; Per Mouritsen and Tore Vincents Olsen
PART III: CHALLENGES OF NEW CULTURAL DIVERSITY
6. National Identity and Diversity: Towards Plural Nationalism; Anna Triandafyllidou
7. Accepting Multiple Differences: the Challenge of Double Accommodation; Tariq Modood and Jan Dobbernack
Conclusion; Jan Dobbernack and Tariq Modood
Afterword; Bhikhu Parekh

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