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Dictating Demography Carl Ipsen Cambridge Academ 9780521894258 : Mussolini believed that numbers were the key to strength. Between 1922 and 1945 the Fascists attempted to translate that belief. Описание: This book examines the demography of race and ethnicity, with emphasis on differential growth rates, stratification and conflict. It details theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches that are needed to better comprehend the issue.
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Mussolini believed that numbers were the key to strength. Between 1922 and 1945 the Fascists attempted to translate that belief into policy by introducing a structured programme to increase the population in Italy. This included campaigns to increase the birth rate, the establishment of demographic colonies, and a battle against urbanisation. This book is a detailed examination of the demographic policy of Mussolini's Fascist regime.
Carl David Ipsen, American History educator. Member American History Association (Marraro prize 1996), Association for Study of Modern Italy, Society for Italian History Studies, Fulbright Association, Societa italiana di demografia storica, Phi Beta Kappa. Dictating Demography: The Problem of Population in Fascist Italy (Cambridge Studies in Population, Economy and Society in Past Time) ) This book is a detailed examination of the demographic policy of Mussolini's Fascist regime.
Drawing on film, literature, and the popular press, Carl Ipsen offers a view of the "cigarette century" in Italy, from the 1870s to the ban on public smoking in 2005. In considering this grand survey of the cigarette, Fumo tells a much larger story about the socio-economic history of a society known for its casual attitude toward risk and a penchant for la dolce vita. The author shows how the Fascists used statistics to mold public opinion through propaganda, as well as to form policy. He describes their program to increase the population in Italy, and reveals what the policy behind this program tells us about the contradictory nature of Fascism itself-it was at the same time modern and antimodern, revolutionary and reactionary.
Dictating demography the problem of population in fascist Italy /. Carl Ipsen. Main Author: Ipsen, Carl. Published: Cambridge ; Cambridge University Press, 1996. Series: Cambridge studies in population, economy, and society in past time ACLS Humanities E-Book. Regions: Italy - Population - History.