Media and the Dissemination of Fear

After resisting “atrocity propaganda” and large numbers, the newspaper mobilized to lend overt support to the Nazi propaganda apparatus itself. As in the front-page performance described above, this time, too, it happened at a critical ...

Media and the Dissemination of Fear

This book offers a diachronical and inter-/transmedia approach to the relationship of media and fear in a variety of geographical and cultural settings. This allows for an in-depth understanding of the media’s role in pandemics, wars and other crises, as well as in political intimidation. The book assembles chapters from a variety of authors, focusing on the relation between media and fear in the West, the Middle East, the Arab World and China. Besides its geographical and cultural diversity, the volume also takes a long-term perspective, bringing together cases from transforming media environments which span over a century. The book establishes a strong and historically persistent nexus between media and fear, which finds ever-new forms with new media but always follows similar logics.

Nazis in the Holy Land 1933 1948

While in April 1936 the British concluded there was no indication of Nazi propaganda spreading outside the German community of Palestine, news reports and articles by the Palestine Post and the Palestinian Telegraphic Agency (P.T.A.) ...

Nazis in the Holy Land 1933 1948

Young Germans marched through Haifa shouting „Heil Hitler!“ and Swastika flags were hoisted at the German consulates in Mandatory Palestine. It was in November 1931 when a non-Jewish German made the initial contact with Nazi officials in Germany that led to the establishment of a miniature Third Reich with local NS groups, Hitler Youth program, and associations for women, teachers, and others in Palestine. Approximately 33% of all Palestine-Germans (Palästina-Deutsche) participated in the NS movement. Until today no extensive research written in English has been done on this bizarre „footnote“ in history. While previous publications in German mainly concentrated on the members of the Temple Society, this work includes Protestant and Catholic Germans as well. It focuses on the relationship of Palästina-Deutsche with local Arabs and Jews. It covers the period of 1933 to 1948 as well as the years between the establishing of the State of Israel and the departure of the last group of Germans in 1950. At the end of the book, the reader will find a list with more than seven hundred names of those who joined the NS groups.

Theory and Practice of Propaganda in Nazi Germany 1933 1939

... CALIFORNIA - LOTARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAUSEWA ا ا * * این استان را در رم ة 313 او او A. DEY OF THE DECIY JF :: TOP THEOPHRY JF CB 18 CR LEMARY OF THE Whitta STY OF CALIDA !! BRANY OF THE Ciganaist * LINTASY OF HE DUSTY OF CALIPTA ...

Theory and Practice of Propaganda in Nazi Germany  1933 1939


Radio Propaganda and the Broadcasting of Hatred

Bavarian government through cajoling and threats to follow policies supported by the Nazi Party. ... Kahr realized thisand was increasingly concerned that he would attempta coup to replace the Bavarian government (Kershaw, 2001a, p.

Radio Propaganda and the Broadcasting of Hatred

An exposition and analysis of the development of propaganda, focusing on how the development of radio transformed the delivery and impact of propaganda and led to the use of radio to incite hatred and violence.

Croatia and the Rise of Fascism

Poglavnik i formiranje karizmatske zajednice – primjena i korisnost Weberova koncepta karizme”: 145–6. Jareb, Ustaško-domobranski pokret od ... David Welch, The Third Reich: Politics and Propaganda (New York: Routledge, 2002), 107.

Croatia and the Rise of Fascism

During World War II, Croatia became a fascist state under the control of the Ustasha Movement - allied with Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy. Here, Goran Miljan examines and analyzes for the first time the ideology, practices, and international connections of the Ustasha Youth organization. The Ustasha Youth was an all-embracing fascist youth organization, established in July 1941 by the `Independent State of Croatia' with the goal of reeducating young people in the model of an ideal `new' Croat. This youth organization attempted to set in motion an all-embracing, totalitarian national revolution which in reality consisted of specific interconnected, mutually dependent practices: prosecution, oppression, mass murder, and the Holocaust - all of which were officially legalized within a month of the regime's accession to power. To this end education, sport, manual work and camping took place in specially established Ustasha Youth Schools. In order to justify their radical policies of youth reeducation, the Ustasha Youth, besides emphasizing national character and the importance of cultural and national purity, also engaged in transnational activities and exchanges, especially with the Hlinkova mladez [Hlinka Youth] of the Slovak Republic. Both youth organizations were closely modelled after the youth organizations in Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy. This is a little studied part of the history of World War II and of Fascism, and will be essential reading for scholars of Central Europe and the Holocaust.

Flowers That Kill

... the cherry petal on the side of the death-destined airplane represented the pilot's own death, or that the propaganda ... in fact enhanced Hitler's image as the father of all Germans when deployed in the Nazis' propaganda machinery.

Flowers That Kill

Flowers are beautiful. People often communicate their love, sorrow, and other feelings to each other by offering flowers, like roses. Flowers can also be symbols of collective identity, as cherry blossoms are for the Japanese. But, are they also deceptive? Do people become aware when their meaning changes, perhaps as flowers are deployed by the state and dictators? Did people recognize that the roses they offered to Stalin and Hitler became a propaganda tool? Or were they like the Japanese, who, including the soldiers, did not realize when the state told them to fall like cherry blossoms, it meant their deaths? Flowers That Kill proposes an entirely new theoretical understanding of the role of quotidian symbols and their political significance to understand how they lead people, if indirectly, to wars, violence, and even self-exclusion and self-destruction precisely because symbolic communication is full of ambiguity and opacity. Using a broad comparative approach, Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney illustrates how the aesthetic and multiple meanings of symbols, and at times symbols without images become possible sources for creating opacity which prevents people from recognizing the shifting meaning of the symbols.

The P T A Magazine

He spends his time smuggling comrades and propaganda into Spain and fomenting strikes , with the Spanish police always ... ten years in labor camps , this model of the world's " little men " is tried at Nuremberg , this time as a Nazi .

The P T A  Magazine


Impact of Mass Media

... 60–61,113–116 , 454 Paramount TV , 417 ParentHood , 374 , 376 Parent - Teachers Association ( PTA ) , 254 Parenti ... 219 , 228 Prodigy , 31 Profit vs. public service , 12 Propaganda , 318 Third Reich propaganda , 102 Providence ...

Impact of Mass Media

There can be no question that the media play an important role in our contemporary society. The fourth edition of Impact of Mass Media explores the issues surrounding the growing presence of mass media in our everyday lives by presenting arguments from contemporary leading thinkers, observers, and critics. This new edition features thought-provoking, new articles on topics such as diversity in the age of electronic news, global media giants, government secrecy, and the slow death of culture. By providing a balanced approach for examining the effects of media on current issues, Hiebert lets students decide for themselves how mass media can be manipulated and how mass media manipulate the public.

Some Psychological Hypotheses on Nazi Germany

Nazi propaganda at times presumably indirectly capitalized on the fears of Germans conCurning the dire consequences of indulging irresistible impulses; thus, ... was presented as the necessary (and sufficient) contripetal factor.

Some Psychological Hypotheses on Nazi Germany


Time and Tide

Martin Abbotson devotes his little monograph to a systematic exposition of the corrupting influence of Nazi propaganda on German thought as expressed in education , literature and science . Scathing though his criticism of Nazi ideology ...

Time and Tide


Superheroes and Superegos Analyzing the Minds Behind the Masks

He was killed during a Nazi air raid that she must now avenge. The classic crypto-pro-war propaganda film is Casablanca (1942). On the surface, Casablanca seems to be a strong love story. But the story was rewritten, but not solely to ...

Superheroes and Superegos  Analyzing the Minds Behind the Masks

This comprehensive collection of essays written by a practicing psychiatrist shows that superheroes are more about superegos than about bodies and brawn, even though they contain subversive sexual subtexts that paved the path for major social shifts of the late 20th century.

Theater of the Mind

... elsewhere he writes that Third Reich listeners suffered the drudgery of Sisyphus, as American listeners resembled ... Although this model diminished the power of radio propaganda, when it comes to listening itself, the two-step ...

Theater of the Mind

For generations, fans and critics have characterized classic American radio drama as a “theater of the mind.” This book unpacks that characterization by recasting the radio play as an aesthetic object within its unique historical context. In Theater of the Mind, Neil Verma applies an array of critical methods to more than six thousand recordings to produce a vivid new account of radio drama from the Depression to the Cold War. In this sweeping exploration of dramatic conventions, Verma investigates legendary dramas by the likes of Norman Corwin, Lucille Fletcher, and Wyllis Cooper on key programs ranging from The Columbia Workshop, The Mercury Theater on the Air, and Cavalcade of America to Lights Out!, Suspense, and Dragnet to reveal how these programs promoted and evolved a series of models of the imagination. With close readings of individual sound effects and charts of broad trends among formats, Verma not only gives us a new account of the most flourishing form of genre fiction in the mid-twentieth century but also presents a powerful case for the central place of the aesthetics of sound in the history of modern experience.

That s Revolting

... Jews out of line to make sure they got one of Raoul Wallenberg's fake German passports out of the Third Reich. ... drag queens or wielders of bullwhips enjoy being turned into the home-movie stars of homophobic Christian propaganda.

That s Revolting

As the gay mainstream prioritizes the attainment of straight privilege over all else, it drains queer identity of any meaning, relevance, or cultural value, writes Matt Bernstein Sycamore, aka Mattilda, editor of That's Revolting! . This timely collection shows what the new queer resistance looks like. Intended as a fistful of rocks to throw at the glass house of Gaylandia, the book challenges the commercialized, commodified, and hyperobjectified view of gay/queer identity projected by the mainstream (straight and gay) media by exploring queer struggles to transform gender, revolutionize sexuality, and build community/family outside of traditional models. Essays include “Dr. Laura, Sit on My Face,” “Gay Art Guerrillas,” “Legalized Sodomy Is Political Foreplay,” and “Queer Parents: An Oxymoron or Just Plain Moronic?”

Academic Research

The ' Good Day ' Festivity of Amenophis III . ” Beer Sheva III ( M. Held MV ) . ... Scrypta Hierosolymitana 33 ( 1991 , in press ) . ... “ Nazi - Nationalism - Images and Profiles in Third Reich Propaganda . ” Keshev . Vol .

Academic Research


A Chance Encounter

Petal. We tell him that he could become the next Randolf Hearst. “That leaves Uli. You'll like him—he's a real ... especially comedies and musicals, but they are also turning out some pretty awful propaganda films for the Nazis.

A Chance Encounter

France, July 1918. Nineteen-year-old Roland Massey, fresh out of grammar school, has been conscripted into the British Army and sent to the Western Front. His over-riding aim is to see out the remainder of the war and return unscathed to the comfortable middle-class life he left behind in Cheshire. Following a battle near Rheims, he is given temporary charge of Paul Sondheim, a captured German soldier. Their brief conversation results in a reunion after the war ... and Roland's introduction to Paul's sister, the beautiful Stefanie Sondheim. A Chance Encounter is a tale of friendship, romance, and betrayal set in the turbulent period between the closing months of the First World War and the early years of the Nazi dictatorship. It is a time of momentous social and political change in Germany, a time when those who dare to speak out, run the risk of imprisonment or worse. As Paul and Steffi are drawn into situations that have the potential to endanger their lives, can Roland intervene to prevent disaster? About the Author John Clark was born in Cheshire in 1951. He is a retired history teacher with a particular interest in the First World War. His many visits to the former battlefields of France and Flanders became the inspiration for this, his first novel.

Revista Del Rio de La Plata

To any . efforts to forestall Soviet aggressive- Goebbels , Hitler's Propaganda Minis- body who pooh - poohs this imaginary ness . So - called " neo - nazi " terrorist ac- ter , was to be in charge of establishing threat of the nazis ...

Revista Del Rio de La Plata


LIFE

France and Propaganda For some time now, the men who govern France have been acrimoniously debating whether, even in time of ... Since those days, the Germany of Stresemann and Briining has become the Nazi Reich of Hitler and Goring, ...

LIFE

LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

Remembering the German Democratic Republic

Sheworked fortheregime as a translator, cotranslating Hitler's Mein Kampf (My Struggle, 1939) and other Nazi propaganda into English, a job she believed was vitalfor other countries togetthetrue measure of his intentions.

Remembering the German Democratic Republic

Memories of and attitudes to the German Democratic Republic (GDR), or East Germany, within contemporary Germany are characterized by their variety and complexity, whilst the debate over how to remember the GDR tells us a lot about how Germans see themselves and their future. This volume provides a range of international perspectives.

Global Communication

... 409 progressivism, 250 project support communication (PSC), 135 propaganda: anecdote strategy for, 275–76; ... 241; modern use of, 262–64; name-calling strategy for, 251–52, 274–75; of Nazis, 112, 151,250, 260; origins of, 243–44; ...

Global Communication

Global Communication: A Multicultural Perspective, Third Edition is intended to explore, inform, and incite discussions about globalization and global communication. With chapters by some of the foremost global communication scholars, this book covers essential concepts of international communication and contemporary and emerging topics.