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Sociology 240: Sociology of the Holocaust
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Arthur, Mikaila. 2010. “Sociology 240: Sociology of the Holocaust”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


The Holocaust was an extreme and a unique event in human history. But it was hardly a
"historical accident". Over a period of little more than a decade, Jews, homosexuals, Roma,
political adversaries, and mentally and physically disabled people were systematically
marginalized and later murdered. This immense act of destruction required the...

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Subject Area(s):
Racial and Ethnic Relations
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College 200

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