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Título alternativo: Sociological review of European fascism in the interwar period
Author: Montalbán López, Rubén
Date: 2016
Published in: Anduli, 15, 83-101.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Después de la Primera Guerra Mundial se produjeron una crisis socioeconómica y política, destacando la caída del sistema liberal democrático y el surgimiento de una nueva forma de dictadura, el fascismo. En este artículo se realiza una revisión crít...
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After World War I there was a socioeconomic and political crisis, highlighting the fall of the liberal democratic system and the emergence of a new form of dictatorship, fascism. In this article, a critical review of the contributions of social researchers to the analysis of social conditions and the behavior of the actors which stimulated the rise of fascism, through a methodology of Comparative History. The aim is to answer questions such as the definition and characterization of fascism, as well as to understand the sociological support that managed to win in the countries that was succeeded and determine their failure in others. The validity os the topic is reflected in the comparison with the current European crisis since 2008. Among the conclusions emphasise that fascism germinated between a desperate inter-class social spectrum in the face of crisis. However, it only managed to mobilise and succeed in those states in which democratic alliances have failed.
Cite: Montalbán López, R. (2016). Revisión sociológica del fascismo europeo en el período de entreguerras. Anduli, 15, 83-101.
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DOI: 10.12795/anduli.2016.i15.05

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