Margarete hunter

Dipl. oec., Dr. phil.Margarete hunter (short form: Margret hunter) (*15. March 1951) is Sprachwissenschaftlerin and deputy chief of the Duisburger of institute for speaking and social research (DISS).

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scientific biography

after the study of the economics (diploma) 1972 - 1977 and a secondary study of the Germanistik 1985 - 1990, in each case in Duisburg, attained a doctorate it 1995 at the specialist area literature and linguistics of the Carl of Ossietzky university in Oldenburg.

Their work ice ranges at the DISS are at studies to politics, medium and everyday life discourses in the FRG with the emphasis Gender, racingism, migration and right-wing extremism.

Margarete hunter works closely with its married man the Germanistikprofessor Dr. Siegfried hunter together. Together they developed the investigation methodology of the “critical discourse analysis “ at the DISS, which is also designated after its beginning “Duisburger school”. It is an advancement of the discourse theories after Michel Foucault and the theories Jürgen left.

political biography

as well as Manfred copilot spades, Karl-Heinz Hansen, Brigitte Kiechle, Herwart figure eight mountain, Harald wolf, Marie Veit and other belonged it that 1. Federal Administration (28. November 1982 to 14. January 1984) of the 1982 a created party democratic socialists on. In addition Margret hunter was Mitherausgeberin of the magazine district, which appeared temporary in the Duisburger Margret hunter district publishing house, which it led from 1977 to 1985. Since 1990 this political connection does not exist any longer.


  • Margret hunter/ Siegfried hunter (Hg.): Building sites. Contributions for the discourse history of German present. ISBN 3-927388-56-4
  • Margret hunters/Siegfried hunter/Ina Ruth/Ernst train Holtey/franc yielding ore (Hg.): Bio power and media. Ways into the bio company. ISBN 3-927388-59-9
  • Margret hunters: Fatal effects. The criticism at the Patriarchat in the immigration discourse. ISBN 3-927388-52-1
  • Siegfried hunters/Margarete hunter: The Middle East reporting to the second Intifada in German printed media in: Siegfried hunter/Franz Januschek (Hg.): Felt history and fights for identity. Edition DISS. ISBN 3-89771-730-1
  • Margarete hunters/ Heiko Kauffmann (Hg.): Life under reservation. Institutional racingism in Germany. ISBN the 3-927388-83-1
  • Gabriele Cleve/Margret hunter/Ina Ruth (Hg.): Slim and (k) climb. Slim bodies - slim society. ISBN 3-927388-62-9
  • Margret hunters/the Gabriele Cleve/Ina Ruth/Siegfried hunter: Of German single authors and foreign gangs. Media and criminal offences. ISBN 3-927388-65-3

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