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Fascist Thought and Totalitarianism in Italy's Secondary Schools

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Description

This interdisciplinary study focuses on the impact of a totalitarian ideology on the Italian school system during Mussolini's Fascist Regime. Italian educational policies and practices, which embodied Fascist beliefs and objectives, are graphically demonstrated. The book contains detailed descriptions of the curriculum programs in secondary academic schools, actual state examination questions, student compositions, contents of textbooks, names of excluded Jewish authors and teachers, methods of censorship, and restrictions on scholastic books. Reactions of book publishers, scholars, former educators and students are also surveyed and recorded.

Auteur

The Author: George L. Williams graduated with honors in Political Science and distinction in History from Queens College, Flushing, N.Y., and later obtained his Ph.D. in Education from New York University. He was a teacher of «Contemporary Ideologies» in the secondary schools, Port Washington, N.Y. and has taught at Adelphi, Hofstra, and New York Universities. Dr. Williams has been a recipient of an Italian Government Grant, a Fulbright Scholarship to Italy, and a New York University Fellowship. Among his publications in professional journals are articles on Italian education.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Fascist Thought and Totalitarianism in Italy's Secondary Schools
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Code EAN: 9780820422640
ISBN: 978-0-8204-2264-0
Format: Livre Relié
Genre: Philosophie
nombre de pages: 268
Année: 1994
Auflage: Neuausg.

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