Moral indignation and middle class psychology; a sociological study. Pref. by Harold D. Lasswell.


New York, Schocken Books [1964] .

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Subjects Middle class.
Punishment.
Social psychology.
Description xiii, 204 pages 22 cm
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction -- Positive Instances -- The Nazis -- The Protestants. -- Calvinistic Middle Class -- Catholic and Jewish Middle Class -- Upper Middle Class -- Cross Influences between the Classes -- The Theory of Resentment -- Plausible Guesses -- Race -- Natonal Character -- The Puritans -- Methodological Observations -- The Wrath of the Puritans -- Puritan War Propaganda -- Negative Instances -- The Aristocrats -- The Catholics -- Baumgarten's Criticism of Lea -- The Change from Severity to Leniency -- Further Symptoms of Moral Indifference -- Appareant Symptoms of Moral Indignation -- The Power and Prestige of the Church -- The Teutons -- The Hindus -- The Chinese -- The Contribution of Ethnology -- Mixed Instances -- The Israelites -- The Bolsheviks.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm57465330
(OCoLC)57465330
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