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War, community, and social change : collective experiences in the former Yugoslavia

Author: Dario Spini; Guy Elcheroth; Dinka Corkalo Biruski
Publisher: New York, New York : Springer, [2013?] ©2014
Series: Peace psychology book series, 17.
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War, Community, and Social Change documents and analyses how social representations and practices are shaped by collective violence in a context of ethnic discourse. What are the effects of political violence, and what are the effects of collectively experienced victimization on societal norms, attitudes, and collective beliefs? This volume stresses that mass violence has a de- and re-structuring role for manifold  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dario Spini; Guy Elcheroth; Dinka Corkalo Biruski
ISBN: 9781461474913 1461474914
OCLC Number: 857497413
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 241 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Part I: Introduction --
Towards a Community Approach of the Aftermath of War in the Former Yugoslavia: Collective Experiences, Social Practices, and Representations / Dario Spini, Guy Elcheroth and Rachel Fasel --
Collective Experiences and Collective Memories: Writing the History of Crisis, Wars, and the "Balkanisation of Yugoslavia" / Tvrtko Jakovina --
Part II: War and the Violent Experience of Community: How Ethnic Boundaries Became Part of Social Reality --
Ethnic Intolerance as a Product Rather than a Cause of War: Revisiting the State of the Art / Dusko Sekulic --
The Demise of Mixed Marriage? / Jean-Marie Le Goff and Francesco Giudici --
The Destruction of Multiethnic Locations: Markers of Identity and the Determinants of Residential Trajectories / Jacques-Antoine Gauthier and Eric D. Widmer --
Compliance and Resistance to the Logic of Ethnic Conflict During the Siege of Sarajevo (Invited voice) / Ivana Macek --
Beyond Ethnic Intolerance: Traces and Benefits of Ethnic Diversity in Post-War Bosnia-Herzegovina / Davide Morselli and Stefano Passini --
Part III: Community and the Traumatising Experience of War: Collective Dimensions of Vulnerability and Resilience --
From Collective Victimhood to Social Reconciliation: Outlining a Conceptual Framework / Daniel Bar-Tal and Sabina Cehajic-Clancy --
Traumatised Selves: Does War Trauma Facilitate In-Group Bonding and Out-Group Distancing? / Dinka Corkalo Biruski and Sandra Penic --
When Nobody Stood Up and Everybody is Guilty: A Puzzle of Individual Responsibility and Collective Guilt (Invited voice) / Svetlana Broz --
Threatened Powers: When Blaming "the others" Grows out of Internal Instability and Protest / Sandra Penic, Dinka Corkalo Biruski and Guy Elcheroth --
Shattered Beliefs: How to Cope When the World Is not a Just Place? / Rachel Fasel and Dario Spini --
A Slipping Memory: Can the International Criminal Tribunal be a Bulwark Against Oblivion?(Invited voice) / Florence Hartmann --
Beyond Collective Denial: Public Reactions to Human Rights Violations and the Struggle over the Moral Continuity of Communities / Guy Elcheroth and Dario Spini --
Conclusion-War and Community: What Have We Learned About Their Relationship? / Guy Elcheroth, Dinka Corkalo Biruski and Dario Spini.
Series Title: Peace psychology book series, 17.
Responsibility: Dario Spini, Guy Elcheroth, Dinka Corkalo Biruski, editors.

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