Henri Tajfel, Peretz Bernstein and ‘Der Antisemitismus’

In 1923, Fritz Bernstein, a German Jew in his thirties, completed a book about the psychological and sociological roots of anti-Semitism. At the time Bernstein was working as a coffee trader in the Netherlands. He specifically wanted to find a German publisher for his book, but he struggled to find...

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spelling rr-article-94781632014-01-01T00:00:00Z Henri Tajfel, Peretz Bernstein and ‘Der Antisemitismus’ Michael Billig (1255230) Other human society not elsewhere classified Other language, communication and culture not elsewhere classified untagged Language, Communication and Culture not elsewhere classified Studies in Human Society not elsewhere classified In 1923, Fritz Bernstein, a German Jew in his thirties, completed a book about the psychological and sociological roots of anti-Semitism. At the time Bernstein was working as a coffee trader in the Netherlands. He specifically wanted to find a German publisher for his book, but he struggled to find one. As a businessman, he had few connections with the world of academics, and he found that most publishers of that time believed that the topic of anti-Semitism would not attract a wide German readership. The book was eventually published in 1926 by Jüdischer Verlag under the title of Der Antisemitismus als eine Grouppenerscheinung (literally ‘Anti-Semitism as a Group Phenomenon’).... 2014-01-01T00:00:00Z Text Chapter 2134/16187 https://figshare.com/articles/chapter/Henri_Tajfel_Peretz_Bernstein_and_Der_Antisemitismus_/9478163 CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
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Henri Tajfel, Peretz Bernstein and ‘Der Antisemitismus’
description In 1923, Fritz Bernstein, a German Jew in his thirties, completed a book about the psychological and sociological roots of anti-Semitism. At the time Bernstein was working as a coffee trader in the Netherlands. He specifically wanted to find a German publisher for his book, but he struggled to find one. As a businessman, he had few connections with the world of academics, and he found that most publishers of that time believed that the topic of anti-Semitism would not attract a wide German readership. The book was eventually published in 1926 by Jüdischer Verlag under the title of Der Antisemitismus als eine Grouppenerscheinung (literally ‘Anti-Semitism as a Group Phenomenon’)....
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