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'Ordnung schaffen' durch Bevölkerungsverschiebung : Peter-Heinz Seraphim oder der Zusammenhang zwischen 'Bevölkerungsfragen' und Social Engineering

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  • Social Sciences
  • Sociology
  • Anthropology
  • History
  • Sozialwissenschaften
  • Soziologie
  • Geschichte
  • Bevölkerung
  • Bevölkerungssoziologie
  • Sozial-/Wirtschaftsgeschichte
  • Historische Sozialforschung
  • Population Studies
  • Sociology Of Population
  • Social History
  • Antisemitismus
  • Bevölkerung
  • Bevölkerungspolitik
  • Deutsches Reich
  • Drittes Reich
  • Jude
  • Judenverfolgung
  • Konzeption
  • Nationalsozialismus
  • Sozialtechnologie
  • Umsiedlung
  • Wissenschaftler
  • 20. Jahrhundert
  • Antisemitism
  • Population
  • Population Policy
  • German Reich
  • Third Reich
  • Jew
  • Persecution Of Jews
  • Conception
  • Nazism
  • Social Technology
  • Resettlement
  • Scientist
  • Twentieth Century
  • Historical
  • Historisch
  • Political Science


'The article deals with 'Bevölkerungsfragen' as a part of the process of Social Engineering, which was described by Zygmunt Bauman. By the example of Peter-Heinz Seraphim, a protagonist of German Ostforschung and 'Jew expert' in Nazi Germany, it is shown, which relevance political conceptions in population had and in which way they were related to the 'Judenforschung' of Seraphim. Furthermore the question is raised which social practice was linked with this: To what extent did the construction of 'Bevölkerungsfragen' come along with the displacement of other concepts and their representatives, and to what extent was Seraphim himself integrated in the process of realization of his own demands?' (author's abstract)

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