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Ross, Corey

Pleasure and Power in Nazi Germany

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Table of contents

1. Pleasure and Power in Nazi Germany: An Introduction

1. Pleasure and Power in Nazi Germany: An Introduction
Pamela E. Swett, Corey Ross, Fabrice d’Almeida

Part I. Consumption and the Privileges of Pleasure

2. Driving, Shopping and Smoking: The Society for Consumer Research and the Politics of Pleasure in Nazi Germany
S. Jonathan Wiesen

3. Selling Sexual Pleasure in 1930s Germany
Pamela E. Swett

4. Luxury and Distinction under National Socialism
Fabrice d’Almeida

Part II. Entertainments and the Aesthetics of Pleasure

5. The Structure of Aesthetic Pleasure in the Nazi Reception of Goethe’s Faust
David Pan

6. ‘German Humour’ in Books: The Attractiveness and Political Significance of Laughter during the Nazi Era
Patrick Merziger

7. Pleasure, Practicality and Propaganda: Popular Magazines in Nazi Germany, 1933–1939
Karl Christian Führer

8. Radio, Film and Morale: Wartime Entertainment between Mobilization and Distraction
Corey Ross

Part III. The Pleasures of Community and Consensus

9. Seeing the World: Photography, Photojournalism and Visual Pleasure in the Third Reich
Elizabeth Harvey

10. The Pleasures of being a ‘Political Soldier’: Nazi Functionaries and Their Service to the ‘Movement’
Daniel Mühlenfeld

11. The Pleasure of Terror: Belonging through Genocide
Thomas Kühne

12. The Pleasures of Opposition: Leisure, Solidarity and Resistance of a Life-Reform Group
Mark Roseman

Keywords: History, European History, Modern History, Social History, Cultural History, Political Sociology, Political History

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
319 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230306905
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-32275-6

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