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Corner, Paul

The Palgrave Handbook of Mass Dictatorship

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Table of contents

Part I. Projects

1. Introduction: Mass Dictatorship as Modernizing Project: Some Preliminary Reflections
Konrad Jarausch

2. History of Future. Imagining the Communist Future: The Soviet and Chinese Cases Compared
S. A. Smith

3. Sociopolitical Engineering
Guido Franzinetti

4. Colonialism and Mass Dictatorship: The Imperial Axis and the Home Front in Japan, Italy and Germany
Daniel Hedinger

5. Nation-Building and Development as Ideology and Practice
Michael Kim

6. Political Religion
Charles Armstrong

7. Science and Technology: National Identity, Self-reliance, Technocracy and Biopolitics
Sang-Hyun Kim

Part II. Domination

8. Introduction: Repression and Cooptation in Mass Dictatorship
António Costa Pinto

9. Violence, Repression and Terror in Mass Dictatorships: A View from the European Margins
António Costa Pinto, Filipa Raimundo

10. Policing and Surveillance
Jonathan Dunnage

11. Inclusion and Exclusion as Instruments of Domination
Eve Rosenhaft

12. The Archive as Blueprint: Information in Mass Dictatorships
Ioana Macrea-Toma

13. Economic Control and Consent in Wartime Japan
Janis Mimura

14. Maneuvering Memories of Dictatorship and Conflicts: The Baltic States, Central and Eastern Europe, and Russia
Nobuya Hashimoto

Part III. Mobilization

15. Introduction: Mobilization as the Key to Mass Dictatorships
Karen Petrone

16. Historians, Authoritarian States and Spectator Sport, 1880–2020
Robert Edelman

17. Aesthetics, Propaganda and Culture in Mass Dictatorships
Karen Petrone

18. Rituals, Emotions and Mobilization: The Leader Cult and Party Politics
Daniel Leese

19. Populism and Dictatorship
Federico Finchelstein

20. Gender Mobilization and Gender Panic: Soviet and Iranian Revolutionary Memoirs and the Exile’s Imagination
Choi Chatterjee

21. The Nature of the Hero in Mass Dictatorships
Catriona Kelly

22. Banality in Vision: Cinema and Mass Dictatorship
Han Sang Kim

Part IV. Militarization

23. Introduction: Militarization and Dictatorship in the Age of Total War
Daniel Hedinger

24. Mass Production and Mass Dictatorships: The Economics of Total War in Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, 1933–1945
Kenneth Slepyan

25. Conscription and Military Education
David R. Stone

26. Language, Discourse and Performativity
Marek Jeziński

27. Women’s Total War: Gender and Wartime Mobilization in the Japanese Empire, 1931–1945
Ryuichi Narita

28. Mobilizing Death: Bodies and Spirits of the Modern Japanese Military Dead
Akiko Takenaka

Part V. Appropriation

29. Introduction: The Agency of the “Masses”
Eve Rosenhaft

30. “Unwilling to Work Under a ‘Zombie’”: Mass Dictatorship and Normative Choice in Japan, the United States and Canada During the Second World War
Takashi Fujitani

31. Collaboration as a Transnational Formation of Modernity: The Conduct of Everyday Life and the Birth of the Modern Subject
Michael Kim

32. Everyday Conformity in Nazi Germany
Elissa Mailänder

33. Non-compliance, Indifference and Resistance in Regimes of Mass Dictatorship
Paul Corner

34. Victimhood
Jie-Hyun Lim

Keywords: History, Modern History, World History, Global and Transnational History, History of Military

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
31 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137437631
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-43762-4

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