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2018

Aim of the study was to examine how discourses of refugees in the media influence the perspective of independent psychotherapists working with refugees.
20 problem-centered interviews were carried out across Germany with independent psychotherapists, and were analyzed using the principles of Grounded Theory.
4 portrayals of refugees were identified: 'The problematic Other' (1), 'No Other' (2), 'The advantageous Other' (3) and 'The excluded subject' (4).
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