Collective Memory of Political Events: Social Psychological Perspectives

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Subject Index

A
Adolescence, 14-15
Age, 52, 54-71, 74-75
Aggression, 11, 125
Algerian Front de Liberation Nationale, 82
Algerian War, 81-83
Altruism, 10
Amnesia, 31
Angola, 260
Arpilleras, 230-231
Art, 6, 229-231, 234
Assimilation, 118-119
Astronomy, 39
Attitude polarization, 156-157, 170
Autobiographical memory, 21-43, 180
Ay, Carmela, 93-97

B
Basque Country ( Spain), data from, 159-163, 165-168
Battle fatigue, 106
Baudouin, King, 199-202, 204-205
Beatles, 15, 73
Belgian King, see Baudouin
Bereavement, 254
Berlin Wall, 5, 17
Birthdays, 112
Blaming the victim, 273
Born on the 4th of July, 268
Brooks, Garth, 73
Buchenwald concentration camp, 256

C
Catalunya ( Spain), data from, 159-163, 165-168
Causal attributions,
for Portuguese Colonial War, 268-270
for Spanish Civil War, 245-249
Cause-effect language, 246-247
Censorship, 226
Ceremony, 117-119
Challenger explosion, 50-54, 67-69, 194-195
Chile
data from, 159-163, 165-168
dictatorship in, 149, 165-167, 223-234
Civil War, Spanish, see Spanish Civil War
Civil War, U.S., 6, 192, 291
Columbus, Christopher, 6, 76, 116, 282
Commemoration, 103-126
as emotional situation, 116-124
need for, 108-109
temporal continuity, 108-109
World War II, 103, 107-114 (in Holland)
Concentration camp, 104-105, see also Holocaust
Constuctionism, 215
Contextual framing, 290-292
Crime, by race, 289-290
Crusades, 291-292
Cuban Missile Crisis, 175
Cycles, historical, 11-17, 47-49, 83-84

D
Dallas, Texas, 9-12, 16, 255
De Gaulle, Charles, 254
Dean, John, 51, 53, 54, 64-66, see also Watergate
Death and the Maiden, 231-232
Democracy, 241-243
Denial, 122-123
Depression, The Great, 34-35
Detroit Area Study (DAS), 49-54
Diaries, 134
Disappearances in Chile, 223-224, 226
Discourse analysis, 244-249
Dissociation, 105, 227

E
Earthquakes, 7, 8, 10-11, 135
Education, 49, 54-55
Emotion, 25-26, 91, 95, 104
Emotional experience, 133-135, 263-266

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