The work here refers primarily to the “Jugendbildungsarbeit”, JBA (Youth Education Work) as an expression of the political education of young adults in terms of their education and training as trade union officials. The subject of the investigation is its connection with an overall social coherence of interest, which in turn is analyzed on the basis of a critical theory of society, influenced by the “Frankfurter School”, the criticism of the political economy of Karl Marx and other Marxist theoreticians. This analysis strives to realize three basic goals. The first two are:
Providing information concerning the course of JBA development in order to represent that information with regard to each of the historic epochs and situations. That representation is the starting point, from which follows, based on the cognition-inducing interest, the emancipation from rule, the second central concern of the work, namely the falsification and in fact verification of its hypothesis of the JBA as „unfulfilled emancipation“. To do that the question of the politicization or depoliticizing of the JBA is examined, in order, based on this line of questioning, to investigate the historical course of development of the JBA as well as the political demands it communicates. The goal is to qualitatively determine the trade union positions and to formulate a statement about the politicization or depoliticizing effect of the JBA.
|Advisor:||Käpplinger , Bernd , Hippel, Aiga, Ludwig , Joachim|
|School:||Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin (Germany)|
|Source:||DAI-C 81/7(E), Dissertation Abstracts International|
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