Women and right-wing: Why more and more women get into right-wing thinking by Stephanie Hofmann

Women and right-wing: Why more and more women get into right-wing thinking

byStephanie Hofmann

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Essay from the year 2009 in the subject English - Applied Geography, grade: 2,0, Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences Berlin AS, course: Fachenglisch, language: English, abstract: As before, the right-wing scene in Germany is dominated by men, yet the participation of women and girls increased in recent years. In the area of organized right-wing groupings, cliques and camaraderie, the current participation of women and girls is 30%. Statistically there is a participation of women and girls to violence by right-wing extremist motivation. Since 1980 it was less than 5%. For a time there was an increase of up to 10%. The percentage of women in right-wing parties also increased in recent years. In the mid-90s, the proportion of women was averaged 14%, while in 2001 almost 20% of female members of extreme right parties were women. (Grumke/Wagner 2002:87 ff).

Title:Women and right-wing: Why more and more women get into right-wing thinkingFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 30, 2010Publisher:GRIN PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3640764749

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