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Title: Henri Tajfel, Peretz Bernstein and ‘Der Antisemitismus’
Authors: Billig, Michael
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: © Cambridge University Press
Citation: BILLIG, M., 2014. Henri Tajfel, Peretz Bernstein and ‘Der Antisemitismus’. IN: Tileaga, C. and Byford, J. (eds). Psychology and History: Interdisciplinary Explorations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 223 - 241.
Abstract: 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’)....
Description: This book chapter has been accepted for publication and appears in a revised form, following appropriate editorial input by Cambridge University Press, in Psychology and History: Interdisciplinary Explorations published by Cambridge University Press.
Version: Submitted for publication
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/16187
Publisher Link: http://www.cambridge.org/gb/academic/subjects/psychology/social-psychology/psychology-and-history-interdisciplinary-explorations?format=HB?format=HB
ISBN: 9781107034310
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