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Collective memory of political events

social psychological perspectives

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates in Mahwah, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Memory -- Social aspects,
  • Autobiographical memory,
  • Social psychology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by James W. Pennebaker, Dario Paez, Bernard Rimé.
    ContributionsPennebaker, James W., Páez, Darío., Rimé, Bernard.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF378.S65 C65 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 303 p. :
    Number of Pages303
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL991009M
    ISBN 100805821821
    LC Control Number96029389

    Introduction. Collective memory encompasses both the shared frameworks that shape and filter ostensibly “individual” or “personal” memories and representations of the past sui generis, including official texts, commemorative ceremonies, and physical symbols such as monuments and memorials. Sociological work on collective memory traces its origins to Émile Durkheim . Halbwachs, a French social psychologist () who was the first to write in detail about the nature of collective memory, argued that basic memory processes were all social. That is, people remember only those events that they have repeated and elaborated in Manufacturer: Psychology Press.

    There is one critical way we honor great tragedies: by never forgetting. Collective remembrance is as old as human society itself, serving as an important source of social cohesion, yet as Jeffrey Andrew Barash shows in this book, it has served novel roles in a modern era otherwise characterized by discontinuity and dislocation. Drawing on recent theoretical explorations of . Research in collective memory is a relatively new area capturing the interest of scholars in social psychology, memory, sociology, and anthropology. The core idea is that collective attitudes and behaviors are created and shared through common experiences and communication among a cohort of people. For example, people born between and are often defined via the .

    Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.   The historian or scholar of collective memory is someone who holds our memory work to account, scrupulously attending to myth-making and historical over-reach in political discourse. The historian is in the business of re-contextualising, of rediscovering the coherence of a set of events in the real.


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Collective Memory of Political Events book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Research in collective memory is a relatively new ar /5(5). Collective Memory of Political Events: Social Psychological Perspectives [Pennebaker, James W., Paez, Dar¡o, Rim‚, Bernard, Paez, Dario] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Collective memory of political events book By James W. Pennebaker, Dar¡o Paez, Bernard Rim‚, Dario Paez. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 17 June Pub.

location New York. Imprint Psychology by: J. Prager, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 5 Conclusion. Collective memory is of more than passing academic interest. Hannah Arendt (, p. ) defines totalitarianism as a system that forbids grief and remembrance; it severs an individual's or a group's relation to a continuous obliteration of the past, for Arendt, is synonymous.

Book Description. Research in collective memory is a relatively new area capturing the interest of scholars in social psychology, memory, sociology, and anthropology. The core idea is that collective attitudes and behaviors are created and shared through common experiences and communication among a cohort of people.

Collective Memory of Political Events book. Social Psychological Perspectives. Edited By James W. Pennebaker, Dar¡o Paez, Bernard Rim‚, Dario Paez. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 17 June Pub. location New York.

Imprint Psychology by: 7. This book brings together an international group of researchers who have been empirically studying some basic tenets of collective memory. Reviews "This astonishingly international volume marks the coming-of-age of a new approach to the study of memory, in which the memories of entire nations and cultures are treated as social phenomena in.

The chapter ends with a brief outline of implications (and recommendations) for a political psychology of collective memory. In his book The Sense of an Ending, British novelist Julian Barnes writes: ‘As the witnesses to your life diminish, there is less corroboration, and therefore less certainty as to what you are or have been.’.

Read the full-text online edition of Collective Memory of Political Events: Social Psychological Perspectives (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Collective Memory of Political Events: Social.

Research in collective memory is a relatively new area capturing the interest of scholars in social psychology, memory, sociology, and anthropology.

The core idea is that collective attitudes and behaviors are created and shared through common experiences and communication among a cohort of people. For example, people born between and. Collective memory transforms historical events into political myths.

In this book, Tamir Sorek considers the development of collective memory and national commemoration among the Palestinian citizens of Israel.

He charts the popular politicization of four key events—the Nakba, the Kafr Qasim Massacre, the Land Day, and the October killing of twelve. Providing empirical research on collective memory, this text addresses fundamental questions about memory and social processes.

The work related to these questions deals with the nature of autobiographical memory, traumatic experience and reconstructive memory.

Collective memory is a burgeoning topic of research, one that might be used to understand the perspective of people in other groups, whether of a nation or of a political party or other social group.

Politics of memory is the organisation of collective memory by political agents; the political means by which events are remembered and recorded, or ally, politics of memory may determine the way history is written and passed on.

Memories are also influenced by cultural forces, e.g. popular culture, as well as social has also been connected with the. “Generations and Collective Memories is a terrific contribution to several literatures. Drawing on historical accounts, repeated sample surveys, survey experiments, content analysis, and literary efforts, Corning and Schuman weave a fascinating, sensitive, highly readable account of how collective memories are made and remade as history unfolds and cohorts come and go.

On Collective Memory. Translated and edited by Lewis A. Coser. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Memory reconstructs images from the past in the context of our social present. Maurice Halbwachs' important work on the formation of collective memory insists that any recalled events fundamentally exist as a function of group by: 1 Maurice Halbwachs established the main theoretical arguments in support of the collective nature of ; 5 Maurice Halbwachs was the first sociologist to redeem the topic of memory for the field of social interaction.

1 Rejecting the idea current at the time that memory was the result of the impression of real events on the human mind, he established the thesis that people weave Cited by: 2.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: On the creation and maintenance of collective memories: history as social psychology / James W. Pennebaker and Becky L.

Banasik --The inventory of experience: memory and identity / Martin A. Conway --The generational basis of historical knowledge /. Group differences in memory for a political event / George D. Gaskell and Daniel B. Wright ; When individual memories are socially shaped: flashbulb memories of sociopolitical events / Catrin Finkenauer, Lydia Gisle, and Olivier Luminet ; Nostalgia, immigration, and collective memory / Guglielmo Bellelli and Mirella A.C.

Amutulli. While Connerton focused on how our bodies host collective memories, Nora provided insight into how an individual's surroundings contribute to the processes involved in collective memory.

A central focus of collective memory is the memories shared by nations or large groups of people of significant events in the history of the group as a whole. Read "Collective Memory of Political Events Social Psychological Perspectives" by available from Rakuten Kobo.

Research in collective memory is a relatively new area capturing the interest of scholars in social psychology, memory, Brand: Taylor And Francis.Collective memory discourse began with the work of Emile Durkheim.

Although never using the term “collective memory”, Durkheim noted that societies require continuity and connection with the past to preserve social unity and cohesion. His study of traditional religious traditions suggested that rituals transmitted traditional beliefs.The concept of collective memory represents a catalytic challenge to the traditional presumption of memory as a strictly psychological phenomenon.

The present volume is a remarkable compilation of contributions to the topic, especially as it concerns memory of political events. The work is remarkable first because of the range of standpoints included (variously emphasizing Cited by: