By Martin Klimke
Die 68er polarisieren noch heute: Politisch gescheitert, erfolgreich in der Entwicklung neuer Lebensstile? Dabei gingen Kulturrevolution und Medienevolution Hand in Hand. Presse, Rundfunk und Fernsehen stilisierten Rudi Dutschke, die Kommune I, Che Guevara oder Mao neben den Rolling Stones oder Jimi Hendrix zu Ikonen einer jugendlichen Protestkultur. battle die 68-Bewegung mehr als die Inszenierung von Ereignissen im Medienformat? Entlang der Stichworte taking place, Sit-in, Diskussionsfieber, Protestinszenierung u. a. vermittelt das Handbuch einen neuen Blick auf eine politische Strömung, die die Jahrzehnte danach entscheidend verändert und geprägt hat.
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Auch Kraushaar 2001, S. 333–336. 34 nicht unwesentlich ist. /22. Oktober 1967 verwiesen63, der, als Versammlungsöffentlichkeit initiiert, nicht nur »auf die interne Mobilisierung der studentischen New Left/Neuen Linken« abzielte, sondern sich auch zugunsten einer externen Mobilisierung mit Appellen an eine »Weltöffentlichkeit« richtete. Hatte der Kongress in der Selbstwahrnehmung zahlreicher Teilnehmender sein Ziel erreicht, »ein weltweit sichtbares Zeichen gesetzt« zu haben, fand er in der Fremdwahrnehmung kaum Resonanz, da er »in der internationalen Presseberichterstattung so gut wie nicht existent« war.
B. die Beerdigung Kennedys oder die Hochzeit von Charles und Diana). Ein solches Begriffskonzept erscheint zugunsten einer Analyse der Achtundsechziger-Bewegungen wenig ertragreich. 58 Tanner 1998, S. 212. In diesem Zusammenhang expliziert Tanner, inwiefern Pop-Musik zur »ersten funktionierenden Universalsprache« wurde. Vgl. auch Pross 1992 zum telegenen Protest, S. 230 ff. 59 Für Münz-Koenen ließen die »Nationen und Kontinente übergreifenden Bild- und Sprachzeichen« die Achtundsechziger-Bewegungen zur »erste[n] globale[n] Generation« werden, vgl.
Der Fokus der Analyse liegt auf der Internationalität des Kursbuchs. « Kaelble/ Kirsch / Schmidt-Gernig 2002, S. 9. 38 Sinnstiftung anführt, dann können das Vorhaben einer Revue Internationale sowie die Realisierung des Kursbuchs gelesen werden als Versuch, solch eine transnationale literarisch-politische Öffentlichkeit zu etablieren, die sich selbst das Mandat geben sollte, eine Transformation der Gesellschaft herbeizuführen. a. Italien und Frankreich) und dem Anliegen, die internationalen Protestbewegungen zu vernetzen, zu transzendieren versuchte, machte die Attraktivität der Zeitschrift für die Achtundsechziger-Bewegung aus.