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Der neue Tugendterror. Über die Grenzen der Meinungsfreiheit in Deutschland ist ein Sarrazin stellte darin „14 Axiome des Tugendwahns im Deutschland der Gegenwart“ auf. .. Buch erstellen · Als PDF herunterladen · Druckversion. 1. Sept. nisterialrats Sarrazin beschwert, die er als Eingriff in seine Zustän- .. nis entstammend, einem Tugendterror in neuer und schrecklicher. Thilo Sarrazin Neues Buch - [FREE] THILO SARRAZIN NEUES BUCH Thilo Sarrazin Sarrazin „Der neue Tugendterror“ | PI-NEWS Sarazenen – Wikipedia Der.

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Sarrazin Neues Buch - [FREE] SARRAZIN NEUES BUCH Sarrazin neue Tugendterror“ | PI-NEWS Sarazenen – Wikipedia Der Begriff. März Sarrazin Buch - [PDF] [EPUB] Sarrazin Buch Autoren-Porträt von Thilo Sarrazin Thilo Sarrazin „Der neue Tugendterror“ | PI-NEWS Religiöser. Meinungsfreiheit ist ein Grundrecht. Doch im Alltag begegnet man so manchem Denk- und Redeverbot. Thilo Sarrazin analysiert in seinem neuen Hörbuch den.

Im ersten Kapitel beschreibt er die Meinungsfreiheit mit ihren Grenzen. So geht er auch auf den Begriff der Politischen Korrektheit ein. Der Islam ist eine Kultur des Friedens. Er bereichert Deutschland und Europa. Kinder brauchen nicht Vater und Mutter. Alle Menschen auf der Welt haben nicht nur gleiche Rechte, sondern sie sind auch gleich, und sie sollten eigentlich alle einen Anspruch auf die Grundsicherung des deutschen Sozialstaates haben. Februar mit einer Erstauflage von Bei einzelnen Talkshows, z. Menschen bei Maischberger ARD , wurde er allerdings wieder ausgeladen.

It aggravates them. Reasons for this are the Islamic cultural background and the poor average educational performance of these groups, which is far below the European average, even in the second and third generation. Those conclusions are of course controversial — and they were intended to be.

In matters of society there is no such thing as an absolute truth. And I am the first to admit this. I had expected a controversial discussion. But nothing had prepared me for the public storm that broke loose upon publication.

I was accused of advocating biological determinism and labelled a social Darwinist, a racist, and an enemy of the people and of social justice. I survived morally and politically because of the enthusiastic support from large parts of the general public. The new media were very helpful in that regard. In this case, the print media and television had obviously lost their monopoly of interpretation, and it was plain for everybody to see.

Realising this, many politicians started a tactical withdrawal from the debate. In the course of events, I stepped down as a board member of the Deutsche Bundesbank — but not before I had been formally cleared of all allegations of misconduct. In the following months, I thought a lot about the controversial reactions to my book.

My theory is as follows: The code of conduct in a society, which is not laid down by law, varies over time. It is to a large degree implicit and not subject to formal — or even openly discussed — rules. Most people want to observe the prevailing code of conduct but, being busy with jobs and families, they have no informed opinion of their own on most matters. So they think and believe what the media say they should think and believe.

Politicians, on the other hand, form their understanding of public opinion by consuming the media.

Most of them sincerely believe that voters think what the media write or say. Polls show that media people mainly listen to other media people.

Endorsed by this self—selection, media people on the whole have a set of opinions that tends to be on the left side of mainstream society. But I think that this partly explains the mindset of political correctness.

Most people shy away from saying or even thinking anything that is perceived to be politically incorrect. So the mechanics of political correctness prevent the expression of dissenting opinions, notwithstanding the formal freedom of speech.

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It even stops the generation of incorrect thoughts. The prevailing themes of political correctness are deeply ingrained in the to some degree unconscious mindset of the political class and the media. Reflecting on the reaction to my book, I identified 13 themes which constitute the main body of political correctness in Germany.

My book violated every single one of them. A list of political correctness in Germany Here is the list of political correctness in Germany. I think the list describes the truth but it takes some irony or humour to understand it fully.

The problem lies not in any single item on this list but in their combination and rigid application to political thinking: 1. Studies verify this, e. Especially video platforms are made by their users, which act in creations, interpretations, usages and meaning-makings offering imagination and practices, which constitutes media lived experience spaces. They are spaces in between, in a continual process of user action, perception and lead to a circulation of digital artifacts. The Thilo Sarrazin Controversy supplies a relevant horizon for research about digital media practices and experiences, because it generated a large amount of participation as known for heated debates.

Pfeifer et al. Particularly significant is his interview with the magazine Lettre International Rosini Sarrazin, Thilo Deutschland schafft sich ab. Wie wir unser Land aufs Spiel setzen. This is to say that he links intelligence and the lower class with the Islam as negative factors for the development of society, economy and state at large.

This view leads to a controversy about immigration, integration, demography and performance. Two influential newspapers published excerpts of this book in advance: Maybe therefore only a few people who took part in the discussion, often talk-shows on TV, really read the book. It does not surprise that the discussion was hardly about the book or better future politics, it was about values and emotions and what would be allowed to be said out loud.

In the process, the controversy changed from a scandal about the person Thilo Sarrazin into a defense of the freedom of speech cf. Kepplinger Nevertheless, the controversy had negative consequences for Sarrazin, as a politician as well as a banker: He resigned from his position on the board of Germany's central bank, partly due to the pressure from the government.

Chancellor Angela Merkel commented early about the book: His party, SPD, tried to expel him, though without success. As an author, he was successful: Sarrazin reiterated that he felt misunderstood. From his 14th edition onwards, some sentences to genetics and other divisive formulations were changed cf.

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Wiser Still, his name appeared regularly in the public tumults. Protests against Thilo Sarrazin were accompanied by protests for him, which often disturbed his public book readings. There were many digital activities about the Thilo Sarrazin Controversy. With these titles, he proves that he can serve and play with divisive feelings well. Remediation practices Billions of digital artifacts circulate through the World Wide Web.

Publicly shared and collaboratively produced, they are symptomatic of a new user-based, configurable practice, which constitutes hybrid spaces of digital-centered experiences. Everything is being remediated, which means not only adapted or varied: Media encounters take a dominant place online and are therefore intertwined with social media characteristics, mainly digitalness, networkness and participation.

They could offer specific experiences and practices. We could perceive any content online via small mobile gadgets with touch screens. Digital files could create and simulate any content that is scalable, shareable and, most importantly, free accessible.

Editing is a principle inviting for transformation, as a creation of something new by quoting or referencing. Digital recyclings are very visible in social media and the public re-creation and re-coding are often challenging traditional copyright and other laws.

Media technology connects and lets stories circulate. There is the infrastructure of digital media technologies, which is organized in a network of data flows and virtual clouds: The digital shift is providing similar but now daily practices for a broad user public. The case of the Thilo Sarrazin Controversy in Germany 7 Discoursive networks are developed around media artifacts, where content is continued across user and platform. Participation is possibly the most used term concerning internet research.

It means the possibility to take part and to add a voice cf. Participation is questioned with the Long Tail Anderson Only a few pieces gain massive attention and only a few users edit; other users simply watch. Is a click at the thumb up or thumb down button on YouTube participation? Is that social interaction? Social media offer options of action or usage, options to take part in digital practices, which could range from little to much effort related to the context, the users and other aspects.

This term points out the two sides of digital lived experience spaces, creation and reception melted down in digital artifacts. These processes lead to new forms of intermediality and also a new production of meanings between the media. People share things, because the action makes representational, social, informative or other sense and value for them.

The configurability of culture is nothing new; people doing or creating culture as cultural principle in general but that unfolds its potential in the ongoing developments of media, technology, economy and society.

Users produce culture in a process shared with others; they select media artifacts and change or add value through its variation cf.

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Behind these practices lies the assumption of an active user or participant, who is able and willing to participate and who has with the social media a chance to take part in it. Digital artifacts, rising from social action, are processes and products of communication. In the re-mediation processes, they gain and change semantic dimensions, what is very popular on video platforms.

Spreadability Media. Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture. New York: New York University Press, chapter 4. Lucke Among them the parodic remediations are a test case to explore new media configurations. How media encounters could lead to new narrations and formations? A parody is an imitation, a different repetition and a relation to other texts cf. Kuester It has a reference, which is repeated and, in the process, varied.

A parody could imitate parts or layers, often with a comical intention cf. It is a form of expression and a genre larded with humor. A digital parody has precursors and its origins lies somewhere in the simulacrum of signs Baudrillard There is a pool of pop cultural symbols, forms and patterns, which circulates in various imitations through the web. The main aspects of the social media digitalness, networkdness, participation are influencing the kind of digital parodies. Any content could be used for reconfiguring and remediating in a process shared with others.

A comical intention defines these artifacts and brings in certain attractiveness; it makes using and reusing a joyful and easy activity. The digital artifacts are often an ephemeral attraction. Its common references lay in popular forms and reflections, which are easy to re use and recognize and therefore successful in spreading.

The first test case is from the user Politikpest at YouTube, who made a row of 6 videos in which he read extracts from the book of Thilo Sarrazin. The clips are animated collages, with talking heads and a voice varied with a voice changer. In the first episode: His mouth is animated in open-and-close movements.

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His eyes were replaced by non-human, red eyes. The style resembles a cartoon. That has a curious effect and plays with expectations of an ironic or satiric mocking of someone. The transformation of the eyes could be on one hand a sign to mark Sarrazin as evil or not to take serious on the other hand it generates attention for the text and gives a unusual reading with this humorous accentuation.

Screenshot from episode 1 and 6 The last episode 6: The terminator has also an animated moving mouth. He brings the bad news about the future from Sarrazin, who is a dramaturgical comrade.

The non-fictional text from Sarrazin is transformed and performed in a funny and dramatic play. The videos are placed in the YouTube category: The parody forms are used to catch attention for the purpose of disseminating information and advertising the book.

That could be a new genre of a digital book presentation larded with fun to wrap information. The elements are in a contradictory combination, the serious book text gets a comical intention through the audiovisual mise-en-scene. The clip challenges known imaginations from mocking video-clips because in the background it stays a serious book reading whereas in the foreground the presentation is parodic.

Screenshot from acKronac The remediation practice of a recycling from all kinds of sources, which focuses certain body parts such as eyes and mouth, is often used in Youtube-Videos. There are programs that have functions to refashion material easily. Aber ohne Zweifel: Die Debatte ist notwendig — und beginnt sich Raum zu schaffen. Darin beklagt er linken Tugendterror in Deutschland. Vorerst noch eher unbewusst, demonstriert dieser schwierige Teutone durchaus die Bereitschaft zur Integration.

Das Buch ist eine Schatzkammer an klugen Argumenten und Analysen und von erstaunlichem intellektuellem Mut. Insgesamt umfasst die Box elf CDs mit dreizehn Stunden. Literarisches Werk Literatur Deutsch Literatur Jahrhundert Sachliteratur Politik.

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