Lecture 5 - German 250 Week 5 German 250 Plan for Week 5...

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1 German 250 Week 5 German 250 Plan for Week 5 - Overview I. Recap from Week 4 and Intro to Themes of Week 5 (Poisonous Pedagogy around 1800) II. The Relationship Between Fairy Tale and Myth III. Myth, Archetype and the Fairy Tale IV. Dilemmas in the Fairy Tale’s Representation of Myth and Archetype V. Typological Thinking and Masculine Types in Fairy Tales VI. The Quest and Hero Archetypes: Tales of Masculinity?
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2 German 250 Plan for Week 5 - Specific I. Recap from Week 4 and Intro to Themes of Week 5: A. The Grimms' Agenda: Constructing a History, Implanting Memories B. "Poisonous Pedagogy" around 1800 Miller says: • “I have selected the foregoing passages in order to characterize an attitude that reveals itself more or less openly, not only in Fascism but in other ideologies as well” (emphasis added, 58).
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3 First appeared in 1845 Der Struwwelpeter = struwwelig or strubbelig Peter Strubbelig = unkempt, disheveled, tousled
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5 Classic Studies on Authoritarianism and Fascism (1933) Wilhelm Reich, The Mass Psychology of Fascism . (expanded 3 rd ed. In 1942). (1950) Theodor Adorno, Studies in the Authoritarian Personality . (1996) Bob Altemeyer, The Authoritarian Specter .
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6 “Authoritarian Pesonality” from Cultural Theory: Key Concepts • “Certain personality structures are posited as predisposing the self to the acceptance of anti-democratic political beliefs, and are characterized by hierarchical and authoritarian parent- child relationships, the formation of sterotypes, rigidity and repressive denial.” Intellectual Responses to the Third Reich: The Fascism Scale F-Scale (= criteria developed to understand the sociological and psychological aspects of the “Authoritarian Personality Type”; paraphrased from: Theodor Adorno, et al. Studies in the Authoritarian Personality
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Lecture 5 - German 250 Week 5 German 250 Plan for Week 5...

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