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Subkulturen der Sicherheit. Die Münchner Sicherheitskonferenz und die Münchner Friedenskonferenz im Vergleich

Christopher Daase and Philipp Offermann
Sicherheit und Frieden (S+F) / Security and Peace
Vol. 29, No. 2, Themenschwerpunkt: Sicherheitskultur / Security Culture (2011), pp. 84-89
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24233407
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Abstract

Security culture is manifest not only in texts and concepts but also in practices. This article looks into different, competing expressions of such cultures, the Munich Security Conference (MSC) and its civil society counterpart, the International Munich Peace Conference, as well as the protest movement against the MSC. Drawing on participant observation, this article explores the respective settings, the participants and the style of debates, issues and language and performative aspects of each event.

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