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中世纪斯堪的纳维亚文化的社会后果-The Social Consequences of Literacy in Medieval Scandinavia

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标题(title):The Social Consequences of Literacy in Medieval Scandinavia
中世纪斯堪的纳维亚文化的社会后果
作者(author):Arnved Nedkvitne
出版社(publisher):Brepols Publishers
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Between 1000 and 1536 Scandinavia was transformed from a conglomerate of largely pre-state societies to societies characterized by state governments. Its most important single aspect was the increasing monopolization of 'legitimate' violence by the state. But Church and State also used literacy to strengthen social control, and they did so in central and important areas: jurisdiction, religious conformity and accounting. Thus, they hoped to control the areas they understood to be most important. Their intentions were largely fulfilled. The main driving force behind the transition to state societies was the monopolization of legitimate violence, but the use of literacy made a difference as well. By writing down oral 'laws', and by increasingly resorting to writing in traditionally oral judicial procedures, the state gradually gained control of institutionalized social practices with a minimum of 'legitimate violence'. Written laws made social norms more precise and easier to change, a necessity in an increasingly complex society. Writing also strengthened social cohesion by creating common religious rituals, procedures and narratives. Written accounts made taxation more stable and therefore seem more just and acceptable. The basic social transformations of the period cannot be attributed to increasing literacy alone. But the written word rendered the reorganization of society in Scandinavia more peaceful and gradual, strengthened social conformity and cohesion.
Table of contents :
Maps ix
Illustrations xi
Abbreviations xv
Preface xvii
Introduction 1
Chapter 1. Literacy before 1200: Religious Conformity and a New Elite Identity 15
Chapter 2. Literacy 1200-1350: The Construction of Great Organizations 36
Chapter 3. Literacy 1350-1536: The Emergence of a Broad, Literate Elite 157
Conclusion 241
Bibliography 257
Index 277
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