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Survival in the Organization

Gunnar Hjelholt Looks Back at the Concentration Camp from an Organizational Perspective



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Survival in the Organization: Gunnar Hjelholt Looks Back at the Concentration Camp from an Organizational Perspective by Benedicte Madsen
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World War II and the Nazi occupation of Europe affected the lives of millions - among them the Dane Gunnar Hjelholt, later to become an organizational psychologist. Arrested by the Germans in 1944, Hjelholt spent nine months in the Porta Westfalica concentration camp before being liberated in the Spring of 1945. The authors examine the structure of, and daily life in a Nazi work camp from an organizational perspective. This study is based on a series of interviews with Gunnar Hjelholt, in which the authors reconstruct events that led Hjelholt away from journalism and the study of economics, to a pioneering career in applied social psychology, basing his work on his experiences in the concentration camp.
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August 19th, 1996
Edited by Soren Willert Translated by Edith Matteson
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b/w illus
Aarhus University Press
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