2 edition of Civil society and dictatorship in modern German history found in the catalog.
Civil society and dictatorship in modern German history
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||The Menahem Stern Jerusalem lectures|
|LC Classifications||JC337 .K63 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781584658658, 9781584658665|
|LC Control Number||2009045878|
Featuring revised and extended coverage, the second edition of A History of Modern Germany offers an accessible and engagingly written account of German history from to the present. Provides readers with a long view of modern German history, revealing its continuities and changes Features updated and extended coverage of German social change and modernization, class, religion, and gender. By the s, British, American, and German commentators were using the word totalitarian to describe these regimes’ subordination of all institutions and classes to the state’s aims. Totalitarian states used modern technology to achieve complete political power.
German History is renowned for its extensive range, covering all periods of German history and all German-speaking areas. Issues contain refereed articles and book reviews on various aspects of the history of the German-speaking world, as well as discussion fora, reflections and review essays. The German History Society Article Prize. use the civil society as an universal tool of socio-scientific research is without doubt in favour of extensive efforts to reach a certain clarity of the historical analysis and a social result through the nature of the modern society, which assigned a key role to the European continent in world.
Iron Kingdom: The Rise and Downfall of Prussia, This book indicates the whole history of the Prussia kingdom and the subsequent Germany. It is not only about a nation or a country, it is mainly about the internal spirit of prussia, which. Regardless of regime, politics in modern settings is invasive, and that means that academic freedom is never absolute. Following sociologist Zygmunt Bauman, some historians conceptualize the modern state as a “gardening state,” which, regardless of constitutional form, prunes unwanted growth in civil society with little moral scruple.
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He then offers a fascinating social history of the GDR, along with a comparative analysis of the East German dictatorship and that of. Civil Society and Dictatorship in Modern German History provides a splendid introduction to one of Germany’s smartest and most productive historians.” (James J.
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The literature on civil society in postcommunist regimes highlights its weakness as compared with civil society in other democracies. In this article the authors make a general argument on how different patterns of antecedent dictatorship affect the development of civil society across a Cited by: Thirdly, Dutch history flags up a paradox: it seems that a highly developed, civil society can rather limit than promote the need for political democracy and the recognition of an independent.
An introduction examines the history of the term an d practice of dictatorship. The chief goal of this book is to provide readers with a wide ranging but accessible guide to the plurality of Author: Peter Baehr.
This concluding volume of a three-volume reassessment of the last five centuries of German history develops the theme of power into what Gordon A. Craig calls a "masterly account of the dramatic, tragic and often shameful history of Germany in the most recent age" (New York Times Book Review).It deals with the period of nationalism and imperialism, from the abortive/5.
Blending history and social science, this book tracks the role of social movements in shaping German public memory and values since Drawn from extensive original research, it offers a fresh perspective on the evolution of German democracy through civic confrontation with the Cited by: My first book, Waves of Protest: Popular Struggle in El Salvador, largely focused on explaining the mobilizations against dictatorship and authoritarianism that characterized so much of the past history of Latin America.
In the late s and early s, as I spent my time deeply entrenched in the archives of Salvadoran libraries collecting. Walter Ernst Paul Ulbricht (German: [ˈvaltɐ ˈʊlbʁɪçt]; 30 June – 1 August ) was a German communist politician. Ulbricht played a leading role in the creation of the Weimar-era Communist Party of Germany (KPD) and later (after spending the years of Nazi rule in exile in France and the Soviet Union) in the early development and establishment of the German Democratic Republic in Battles/wars: World War I, Eastern Front, Macedonian.
German Society (Berg, ), Industrial Culture and Bourgeois Society. Business, Labor, and Bureaucracy in Modern Germany (Berghahn, ), Civil Society and Dictatorship in Modern German History (University Press of New England, ) and Comparative and Transnational History. An extensive and thorough book about everything related to the german dictatorship - from 19th century ideas that were the root of the nazi ideaology to after the end of WW2 and beyond.
At first I had my doubts about the writer serving in the vermacht himself during the war and how that might effect his writing, but this is an educatinv and /5.
This is a List of 10 Modern Dictators who were, or are, amazingly insane. As the old saying goes, “Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely”. These dictators imposed their eccentricities upon their country, while ignoring poverty and/or killing opponents.
This article. The pluralist ideal of a global civil society openly challenges previous big ideas, all of which were held together by monistic presumptions of one sort or another. The whole image of a global civil society ﬁnds monism distasteful.
To speak of a global civil society in empirical terms is to emphasise the fact that mostCited by: Synopsis "Mastering Modern German History " addresses the key political, social and economic developments in German history fromto unification, through to the collapse of the Berlin Wall and re-unification.
In recent years, significant aspects of German history have been the /5(5). At the end of the twentieth century, many believed the story of European political development had come to an end. Modern democracy began in Europe, but for hundreds of years it competed with various forms of dictatorship.
Now, though, the entire continent was in the democratic camp for the first time in history. But within a decade, this story had already begun to unravel.