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Understanding Willing Participants, Volume 2

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ISBN: 9783319979991 Year: Pages: 328 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-97999-1 Language: English
Publisher: Springer Nature
Subject: Science (General) --- Psychology --- History
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Horrified by the Holocaust, social psychologist Stanley Milgram wondered if he could recreate the Holocaust in the laboratory setting. Unabated for more than half a century, his (in)famous results have continued to intrigue scholars. Based on unpublished archival data from Milgram’s personal collection, volume one of this two-volume set introduces readers to a behind the scenes account showing how during Milgram’s unpublished pilot studies he step-by-step invented his official experimental procedure—how he gradually learnt to transform most ordinary people into willing inflictors of harm. The open access volume two then illustrates how certain innovators within the Nazi regime used the very same Milgram-like learning techniques that with increasing effectiveness gradually enabled them to also transform most ordinary people into increasingly capable executioners of other men, women, and children. Volume two effectively attempts to capture how step-by-step these Nazi innovators attempted to transform the Führer’s wish of a Jewish-free Europe into a frightening reality. By the books’ end the reader will gain an insight into how the seemingly undoable can become increasingly doable.

Literaturna krytyka pidsovjets'koji Ukrajiny

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Book Series: Specimina philologiae Slavicae ISBN: 9783876903033 Year: Pages: 134 DOI: 10.3726/b12101 Language: German
Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group
Subject: Languages and Literatures
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Die Monographie erörtert systematisch die Problematik der literarischen Richtungen in der Sovjetukraine der 1920-30er Jahre mit ihren kürzer- oder längerlebigen Schriftstellerorganisationen (von akmeistischen Neoklassikern, Neoromantikern und Symbolisten, Futuristen bis zu engagierten Nationalliberalen, Nationalkommunisten und Dogmatisten des von der Partei gelenkten und gleichgeschalteten Verbandes der sovjetischen Schriftsteller) mit deren Periodika und vor allem mit der s. g. "literarischen Diskussion" der 1920er Jahre (mit ihrem Dilemma "Moskau oder Westeuropa", "primitive Literatur der Dorf - und Fabrikkorrespondenten oder elitäre Werke der Höchstleistungen"). Teilw. In kyrillischer Schrift, ukrain. Durchsuchbare elektronische Faksimileausgabe als PDF. Digitalisiert im Rahmen des DFG-Projektes Digi20 in Kooperation mit der BSB München. OCR-Bearbeitung durch den Verlag Otto Sagner.

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