Kurt Baschwitz

by Jaap van Ginneken
Amsterdam University Press, 2018
Paper: 978-94-6298-604-6, eISBN: 978-90-485-3728-0


ABOUT THIS BOOK
In this accessible, unique study of a forgotten but noteworthy figure, the author tells the story of the life of Kurt Baschwitz (1886–1968), a scholar who fled from the Nazis. He wrote six books, never translated into English, on four related themes: the press, propaganda, politics, and persecution. Baschwitz independently developed concepts that are now seen as key to communication science and social psychology, and the author places Baschwitz’s ideas in the wider context of his dramatic life and times.
 

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY
Jaap van Ginneken has a PhD in the history of political and mass psychology.
 


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