Collective Memory of Political Events: Social Psychological Perspectives

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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 1940 and 1960 are often defined via the JFK assassination and the Vietnam War. Their parents typically experienced lesser impact from these events. Papers about collective memory have appeared in ...

Collective Memory of Political Events: Social Psychological Perspectives 2015, Routledge, London

ISBN-13: 9781138882850

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