Werner Bergmann

Werner Bergmann (born 26 May 1950, Celle, West Germany) is a German sociologist. He is Professor of Sociology at the Center for Research on Antisemitism at the Technical University of Berlin.

Bergmann's work focuses on sociology and history of anti-Semitism and related areas, including racism and right-wing extremism. His has published on the theory of social movements, forms of collective violence (pogroms, genocides) and on prejudice.

In their 1997 book, ''Anti-Semitism and Xenophobia in Germany after Unification,'' Berkman and Erd put forward the idea of secondary antisemitism, a privately held antisemitic world view common among post-War citizens of West Germany that remained latent but increased in strength because it was denied a public expression. Provided by wikipedia
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