Social Behaviour in Nazi Germany

General social issues in Nazi Germany.

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  • Created on: 12-05-13 16:20
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  • Social Behaviour
    • Welfare state
    • Increased state involvement in education
    • Class structure maintained
    • Population shift from countryside to towns
    • Importance of family stressed
    • Improved services for women
    • Volksgemein-schaft
      • Aimed at undermining status barriers
    • Working class exploited by employers
      • Backed by state power
    • Govt. concern to maintain supply of consumer goods
    • New elite merged with existing elite
    • Hostility to 'outsiders'
    • Increased opportunities for some to rise socially
    • Young people encouraged to assert themselves
    • Measures to keep women at home
    • Provision of leisure for the masses


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