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Survivors, victims, and perpetrators : essays on the Nazi Holocaust

著者: Joel E Dimsdale
出版商: Washington : Hemisphere Pub. Corp., ©1980.
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First published in 1980. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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所有的著者/提供者: Joel E Dimsdale
ISBN: 0891161457 9780891161455 0891163514 9780891163510
OCLC号码: 5750711
描述: xxii, 474 pages ; 24 cm
内容: The nature of the process / Raul Hilberg --
Historical foundations of Anti-Semitism / Patrick Girard --
Weimar intellectuals and the rise of national socialism / George L. Mosse and Steven George Lampert --
The concept of the survivor / Robert Jay Lifton --
The concentration camp syndrome and its late sequelae / Leo Eitinger --
The coping behavior of Nazi concentration camp survivors / Joel E. Dimsdale --
Late effects-influence on the children of the concentration camp survivor / Axel Russell --
Psychotherapy of the survivor / Paul Chodoff --
Stress and coping under extrexe conditions / Patricia Benner, Ethel Roskies, and Richard S. Lazarus --
Social behavior of concentration camp prisoners : continuities and discontinuities with pre- and postcamp life / Elmer Luchterhand --
Excerpts from The autobiography of Rudolf Hoess --
Excerpts from The diary of Joseph Goebbels --
Excerpts from Eichmann in Jerusalem --
Destroying the innocent with a clear conscience : a sociopsychology of the Holocaust / John P. Sabini and Maury Silver --
Personality organization and psychological functioning of the Nuremberg war criminals : the Rorschach data / Gerald L. Borofsky and Don J. Brand --
The SS yesterday and today : a sociopsychological view / John M. Steiner.
责任: edited by Joel E. Dimsdale.
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