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Conference Hotels Switzerland. Use of cookies. We use cookies to optimize and continuously improve our website for you. This essential step in solving "intimate conflict across cultures" Ting-Toomey 51 should be internalised in every kind of cultural conflict saving. Sadly, there were only very few articles in German media which tried to explain the identity problems within the Ukraine and the heterogeneous structure of the protest movement.

One of these very few articles was an interview with Marina Weisband, a German -Ukraine pirate party politician born in Kiev, who had spent a week on the Maidan and spoke about her experiences. In this interview, some Eurocentric perspectives are relativized.

The opposition parties are a part but not the spearhead of the Euromaidan. Klitschko is hardly not taken serious. I myself have met nobody who was delighted by him. He speaks hardly 5 any Ukrainian and says only a few words when having an appearance. Spiegel Not only that Klitschko is not the revolution leader as he is characterised in German media like in the left- 4 For further information research work was necessary.

Die Oppositionsparteien sind Teil des Euromaidans, aber nicht die Speerspitze. Klitschko wird als Figur kaum ernst genommen. Ich selbst habe niemanden getroffen, der von ihm begeistert war. There are two big fractions.

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Most of the latter think that the oppositional parties were as 8 corrupt as the current if they would come in power. Spiegel This point of view is not only represented exclusively by her. Roman9, a Ukrainian protest researcher I know, claimed similar experiences resulting of his insights This is less and less about the EU, this is not at all about right or left, capitalism or socialism. Was French revolution left or right? Was German national revolution in Nazi?

Appendix 1 As went obvious now, there are several differences in protest perception due to inter- or cross-cultural differences. I will subsequently work with the concepts of in- and out-groups as well as collectivism in the next chapter for clarifying these differences.

For completing the chapter of eurocentrism, cultural asymmetry and the search for identity, I will finally end with a short analysis of identity problems within the Ukrainian society which may have inspired the protests.

So different the protests in several cities like Kiev or Kharkov are, so separated is the culture between East and West. The European Centre for a Modern Ukraine a think tank of Ukrainian Europe-Lobbyists have published a current study which states that in the pro-European West of the country 84 percent of the population support the protests against the government, in the Russian-philiac East part of the country only 13 percent. The decision for not signing the association agreement was 10 judged as good by 70 percent in the East but only by 19 percent in the West.

Thus, it had been always anti-Soviet SZ e. Nevertheless, it was integrated in the Soviet Republic Ukraine and therefore part of the hated Soviet Union. The East, on the contrary, has always been Russian affine. These antagonisms have obstructed the development of a collectively national cultural identity which inter alia consists of history, collective memory, tradition [accumulated] into a set of shared interpretations about beliefs, values, norms and social practices.

Dahlberg Hence, It is formed in a process that results from membership in a particular culture, and it involves learning about and accepting the traditions, heritage, language, religion, ancestry, aesthetics, thinking patterns, and social structures of a culture.

That is, people internalize the beliefs. Both countries see themselves having legitimate entitlements due to the volatile history of this area which was originally populated by Crimean Tartars but after the first Russian annexation they were mostly replaced by West- and South-Europeans and Russians.

After the first Crimean war, but especially after the Second World War, there had been taken place an extreme persecution of Tartars additionally as they were blamed for collaborating with the enemies.

Therefore, Nowadays, an infinite deal more as the half of the two million Crimean views themselves as Russians, a fourth as Ukrainians, an eighth as Crimean Tartars. The vast majority speaks predominantly Russian SZ d Considering these cultural clashes within the Ukrainian society, the mentioned differences in supporting or rejecting the protests may not surprise.

We bought lots of food in the supermarket, the last painkillers and surgical threads we could find and brought them to Maidan.

Spent like euros perhaps. The scene is really Apocalyptical, with the square half destroyed and endless cannonade around. It is low intensity right now though. Lots of people from all over the city are bringing food, medicine, tyres, gasoline and empty bottles. It made me almost crying to see an impoverished retired couple downloading two blocks of glass-bottled mineral water and several packs of tea all they could afford from their meagre pension , obviously for the protest camp.

Die Entscheidung, das Assoziierungsabkommen nicht zu unterzeichnen, fanden im Osten 70 Prozent gut, im Westen nur The in groups in West-Ukraine differ from East-Ukrainian examples - also because they perceive different ideologically coloured information. Who is spreading this? Weisband: This picture is taken from a Russian twitter account — the avatar includes a small Russian flag in the photo.

I see this as part of the Russian propaganda. Also the Russian TV, which is primarily watched in the East of Ukraine, spreads that there would be first and foremost nationalists and Hitler collaborators on the Maidan. But they are, and this is the quintessence, only a part.

It was a very mixed scene. There were nationalists, ultra-leftists, pensioners. Poems had been recited on stage, while at the edge barricades had been reconstructed.

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It was still a quiescent status, but the people were disoriented. Spiegel 12 The mix of political ideologies in the Maidan protest movement is an interesting point in analysing in and out groups. Normally, political oppositions define themselves with a very strong recognition of in and out group members.

Leftists are perhaps in the same oppositional position like nationalists in a specific context, but dissociate themselves due to fundamental value and belief differences. Although some researchers claim closeness between radical left and right ideologies and try to equal them, and in some mostly structural aspects it is possible to compare Stalinism and National Socialism since both are totalitarian ideologies, the vast majority of left activists will not agree with this idea.

Moreover, different tendencies in the same broaden movement are often fighting each other, like Socialists against Communists against Anarchists, Stalinists against Marxists, and the more. This also in Germany pervasive experience of in and out groups is deep-rooted in the political identity of many left-winged activists. Another feature of socialization is that people are taught about groups to which they do not belong, and they often learn that certain groups should be avoided.

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Wer verbreitet das? Das sehe ich als Teil der russischen Propaganda. Auch das russische Fernsehen, was vor allem im Osten der Ukraine geguckt wird, verbreitet, dass auf dem Maidan vor allem Nationalisten und Hitler-Kollaborateure seien.


Es wird gezielt mit Desinformation gearbeitet 12 Quote in original language: Es war ein sehr gemischtes Bild. Da waren Nationalisten, Ultralinke, Rentner.

Die Lage war noch ruhig, aber die Leute waren orientierungslos. Communicating Protest 7 How difficulties of intercultural communication influence coverage and reception of the Maidan protest human tendency.

The opposition was split into fascists and nationalists like Svoboda and pro-EU activist around Yulia Tymoshenko and Viktor Yushchenko. Additionally, there was a student movement forming the party pora! Later on UDAR, the party of Vitali Klitschko, was found and created a third strain of the segregated political opposition which was consequently far away from being united.

Additionally to this separation of in groups nationalists and fascists against Tymoshenko against UDAR , people tried to deal with the difficult circumstances of the corrupt system on their own.Ein Musterwiderrufsformular liegt dem Nutzer zum Download als pdf-Datei Akten der Arroganz.

After 2 months of stagnation and ignorance, the protest got more violent — also because of the first brutal police action on the Euromaidan. Our partners We thank our partners for an ongoing and successful cooperation!

Die Lage war noch ruhig, aber die Leute waren orientierungslos.

Roman9, a Ukrainian protest researcher I know, claimed similar experiences resulting of his insights This is less and less about the EU, this is not at all about right or left, capitalism or socialism.

The violence of the regime is in focus and the protesters mostly seen as heterogenous mass and not primarly as facists.

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