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Citizenship, Vocational Training, and Reaction: Continuation Schooling and the Prussian ‘Youth Cultivation’ Decree of 1911

Dickinson, Edward Ross

European History Quarterly, January 1999, Vol.29(1), pp.109-147 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Citizenship, Vocational Training, and Reaction: Continuation Schooling and the Prussian ‘Youth Cultivation’ Decree of 1911
  • Autor: Dickinson, Edward Ross
  • Assuntos: History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: European History Quarterly, January 1999, Vol.29(1), pp.109-147
  • Descrição: On 18 January 1911 the Prussian Ministry of Culture issued a decree on 'youth cultivation', or organized and directed social and leisure activities for young people. This was the product of official alarm over the growth of the Social Democrat movement, and was intended to help ensure the reliability of young men politically, as voters, and physically, as soldiers. Yet important contradictions within the youth policy reflected deeper tensions within Prussian and German society in the Imperial period, and study of the debate can help us rethink the continuity of German history across the first half of the 20C. (Quotes from original text)
  • Idioma: Inglês

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