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By Jessica Haß

ISBN-10: 3828831958

ISBN-13: 9783828831957

Vorurteile und Stereotype begleiten uns über die verschiedensten Lebensbereiche hinweg, niemand kann sich wirklich von ihnen frei machen. Gerade kulturelle Stereotype spielen in unserer globalisierten Gesellschaft eine besondere Rolle, weil sie die Kommunikation zwischen unterschiedlichen Kulturen maßgeblich prägen. Jessica Haß untersucht die Entstehung, die Beschaffenheit und die Auswirkungen von Vorurteilen und Stereotypen. Am Beispiel des Verhältnisses zwischen Deutschen und Spaniern zeigt sie, unter welchen Aspekten das kulturelle Stereotyp als vereinfachende model der Realität auch hilfreich sein und sinnvoll genutzt werden kann.

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