Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. William H. Thompson
Dr. Leonard F. Podrebarac
It would be interesting to find out whether or not each state system has certain psychological and philosophical assumptions as a basis. In this study a research has been made about the psychological assumptions of the national socialistic system of state. These assumptions are discussed as to their importance in regard to the control of human behavior. For the purpose of this thesis, the discussion is divided into the following topics: The State, The People, The Individual, Education and Discipline.
Podrebarac, Hildegard Dorn, "The psychological assumptions of National Socialism in methods of the control of human behavior" (1954). Student Work. 409.
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