80,000,000 HOOLIGANS†

  title={80,000,000 HOOLIGANS†},
  author={Melani Schr{\"o}ter},
  journal={Critical Discourse Studies},
  pages={398 - 425}
The late eighties and early nineties in Germany were not only marked by the fall of the Wall and German unification, but also by the dramatisation of the political issue of asylum, resulting in outbreaks of xenophobic violence. In the context of the asylum debate of the early nineties, a number of punk bands produced songs between 1991 and 1994 which criticise the xenophobic climate created by the asylum debate and undermine an exculpatory official discourse about the violent attacks. The… Expand
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