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The unfree professions : German lawyers, teachers, and engineers, 1900-1950

Author: Konrad Hugo Jarausch
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1990.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How could educated professionals have supported the Nazi movement? This fascinating subject is explored by tracing the social, ideological, and political development of three representative German professions in this period.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Konrad Hugo Jarausch
ISBN: 0195044827 9780195044829
OCLC Number: 20057378
Notes: The Mazal Holocaust Collection
Description: xiv, 352 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Professionalization German style --
The German concept of profession --
Professions in Imperial Germany --
Neocorporate professionalism --
Professions in crisis. Democratizing the professions --
The challenge of reform --
Structural and ideological constraints --
Interest group professionalism --
Regaining professional stability. The price of normalcy --
Professions and politics --
Toward republican professionalism --
The breakdown of liberal professionalism --
The impact of the Great Depression --
The rise of Nazi alternatives --
Collapse of interest republicanism --
Professionals as accomplices. The illusion of reprofessionalization --
Compulsion of self-coordination? --
Restoring professional authority --
From nationalist to Nazi professionalism --
"Germanizing" the professions --
Nazification of personnel and practice --
The spoils of collaboration --
Abnormal Nazi normality --
Deprofessionalization in the Third Reich --
Professions at war --
The warping of professionalism --
Professionalism instrumentalized --
Perils of professionalism --
Rebuilding the professions --
The travails of German practitioners --
Professionals and liberty --
Appendix A. Statistical tables with Eric John Yonke --
Appendix B.A note on sources with Ingrid Rehm Richards.
Responsibility: Konrad H. Jarausch.
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