GIGA Focus Global

Vergangenheitspolitik zwischen globalen Normen und lokalen Verhältnissen

GIGA Focus | Global | Number 06 | | ISSN 1862-3581

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Oettler, Anja (2006), Vergangenheitspolitik zwischen globalen Normen und lokalen Verhältnissen , GIGA Focus Global, 06, urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-268344

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General Editor GIGA Focus Series: Prof. Dr. Sabine Kurtenbach
Editor GIGA Focus Global: Prof. Dr. Sabine Kurtenbach

Prof. Dr. Anika Oettler is a professor of sociology at Philipps‐Universität Marburg and an associate researcher at the GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies. She has published extensively on transitional justice, historical memory, and violence.

Recent Publications by the Authors

Anika Oettler

Transitional Justice, Recognition, and Authoritative Power

GIGA Working Paper, No. 305, August 2017

Peter Peetz / Sebastian Huhn / Anika Oettler

Zentralamerika: Zum schwankenden Nachrichtenwert von Kriminalität in einer heterogenen Printmedienlandschaft

in: Hanno Bruchmann / Anna Dobelmann / Annika Hartmann / Aylin Kruse / Manuel Schulz / Sarah Helen Sott (eds.), Medien und Demokratie in Lateinamerika, Berlin: Karl Dietz Verlag, 2012, 200-220

Anika Oettler

The Central American Fear of Youth

Journal of International Conflict and Violence, 5, 2011, 2, 261-276

Anika Oettler / Peter Peetz

Putsch in Honduras: Störfall in der defekten Demokratie

Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft, 2010, 1, 82-95