Jews and Social Sciences
This paper analyzes whether, in spite of anti-Semitism in Germany, Jews can become social science theorists .
# 123768 | 3,750 words | 25 sources | APA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Religion and Theology (Judaism) , Sociology (Theory) , European Studies (Race, Class, Gender Issues (incl. Ethnic Minorities)) , Communication (General)
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In this article, the writer discusses whether Jews in Germany are able to rise to become preeminent theorists in the social sciences field of communication, despite anti-Semitism in academia and Germany.
From the Paper:"The purpose of this project is to determine if Jews in Germany are able to rise to become preeminent theorists in the social sciences field of communication despite anti-Semitism in academia and Germany. To address this research question peer review journals and books will be consulted to gather historical and archival data for content analysis. A review of information will regard the Frankfurt School and the following scholars Edward Bernays, Carl Hovland, Walter Benjamin, Kurt Lewin, Harold Laswell, Paul Lazarsfeld, Walter Lippmann ..."
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