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Sati Akbaba, Jan Tobias Oelmann-Avendano, Tilman Bostel, Harald Rief, Nils Henrik Nicolay, Juergen Debus, Katja Lindel and Robert Foerster

.0 Emotional functioning  Reference 1309 83.2 19.3 0.001  Patients 31 65.1 26.7 Cognitive functioning  Reference 1309 93.4 14.6 < 0.001  Patients 31 73.2 28.4 Social functioning  Reference 1309 93.3 17.1 < 0.001  Patients 31 69.9 29.0 Fatigue  Reference 1309 16.4 21.4 < 0.001  Patients 31 51.6 28.0 Nausea / Vomiting  Reference 1309 2.4 9.6 0.030  Patients 31 11.3 21

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Sandra Kreisslová and Lukáš Novotný

. Access to German-speaking mass media from abroad is practically unlimited nowadays, compared to the pre-1989 era. The law prescribes the Czech public radio to broadcast programs for minorities, but this plays a marginal role in practice. In this regard, the German minority is involved in publishing its own press, although there has been some stagnation recently. The Assembly used to publish two newspapers ( Landeszeitung and Prager Volkszeitung ) but now only publishes the LandesEcho monthly. Thus, the minority no longer has its own newspaper (for more details, see

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“America is the dream of so many things”

Images and experiences of German speaking au pairs in the United States

Christine Geserick

’s striving for freedom and prosperity, and the main ideas of the ‘American dream’. The idea of American leaders who, in times of the cold war, had aimed to influence the reshaping of post-war Europe, found fertile soil ( Lundestad 2005 , Pells 1997 , Snow 1998 ). Political institutions and media, such as Radio Free Europe or the United States Information Agency (USIA) , had been set up for that specific reason, as Snow describes in her book, tellingly entitled ‘Propaganda Inc., Selling America’s Culture to the World’ (1998). Similarly, Pells describes how the