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100 1  Steiner, John M 
245 10 Power Politics and Social Change in National Socialist 
       Germany :|bA Process of Escalation into Mass Destruction 
264  1 Berlin/Boston :|bDe Gruyter, Inc.,|c1975 
264  4 |c©1975 
300    1 online resource (486 pages) 
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490 1  New Babylon Ser. ;|vv.11 
505 0  Intro -- Foreword By Philip G. Zimbardo -- 
       Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part I. Power, 
       Ideology, And Political Crime -- 1. Towards A New 
       Conceptualization Of Power -- 2. The Historical Setting Of
       The National Socialist Rise To Power And Its Sociological 
       Implications -- Part Ii. Sociological Factors In The 
       Development Of The Ns Party Bureaucracy -- Part Iii. The 
       Ss - An Example Of A Totalitarian Bureaucratic Institution
       -- 1. Origin And Early History Of The Ss -- 2. Himmler'S 
       Rise To Power -- 3. The Emergence Of The Ss As An 
       Independent System Of Power And The Role Of Its Sub-
       Systems -- 4. Promulgation And Application Of Racial 
       Doctrines In The Ss -- 5. Racial Criteria For Selection Of
       Personnel Into The Ss -- 6. Ideological Criteria For 
       Selection, Indoctrination, And Training -- 7. 'Lebensborn'
       - Example Of An Ns Social Institution -- 8. Jewish And Non
       -German Descent In The Ss -- 9. The Conception Of Morality
       And Honor In The 'Schutzstaffel' -- 10. Consequences Of 
       Hitler'S Influence On Ns Ideology And The Ss -- 11. The 
       Perception Of God In The Ss -- 12. Discussion And 
       Conclusion -- Part Iv. Totalitarian Institutions And 
       German Bureaucracy: A Process Of Escalation Into 
       Destruction -- 1. Discussion -- 2. Conclusion -- Part V. 
       Sociological Implications Of Deviance And Accountability 
       In Ns Political And Bureaucratic Institutions -- 1. The 
       Sociological Vision Of Walther Rathenau'S Concept Of 
       Social Change -- 2. National Socialist Aggression And 
       Psychoanalytic Theory -- Notes And References -- 
       Appendices -- Bibliography -- Index 
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650  0 National socialism.;Germany -- Politics and government -- 
       1933-1945 
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