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ID number:741147
Published: 20.07.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

Dominant masculine perceptions of early twentieth century Europe shaped the mass opinions of the people at large, by giving them the sense of unity within the nation, that no matter where you were on the hierarchy, you were still above someone else. The biological and moral perceptions used to justify their suppression and denial of political rights, was to prove with science, their idea of how racial and social Darwinian factors maintained a strong, productive and civilized nation. Race was a dominant idea in determining worth to economically secure and further European racial superiority. Borrowing from Darwin's theory, that within evolution the fittest species survives was applied to society where the science of Social Darwinism was born, which affected this perspective to justify their superiority. …

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