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How to Respond to Conflicts Over Value Pluralism?

incommensurability, and if there is a lack of self-reflexivity among the socio-cultural groups involved in these conflicts, in other words if these groups are unable to give up the illusion of cultural self-sufficiency. Moreover, the plea for cultural self-reflexivity can be accused of being elitist, only within reach for highly educated, as the sociological analysis of value conflicts in the second section of this paper has shown. Unfortunately, the dynamics of these conflicts is anything but reflective, but rather fuelled by people’s immediate feeling that their socio

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„Demonstrative“ und „partizipative“ Ritualität: Totensonntagserinnern in einem deutschen und einem russischen Gottesdienst

religiösen Kontexten. Oldenburg: Redaktion OBST. (= Osnabrücker Beiträge zur Sprachtheorie; 58). Foucault, Michel (1978): Dispositive der Macht. Über Sexualität, Wissen und Wahrheit. Berlin: Merve. Garfinkel, Harold (1967): Studies in ethnomethodology. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. Garfinkel, Harold/Wieder, Lawrence D. (1992): Two incommensurable, asymmetrically alternate technologies of social analysis. In: Watson, Graham/Seiler, Robert M. (Hgg.): Text in context. Contributions to ethnomethodology. London: Sage, S

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