Trauma ir kolektyvinė atmintis: sociokultūrinis aspektas [Trauma and collective memory: sociocultural aspect]

Filosofija. Sociologija 13 (1):57-62 (2002)

Abstract
Straipsnyje aptariama sociologijoje palyginti nauja socialinės ir kultūrinės traumos sąvoka bei sociokultūrinės traumos ryšiai su kolektyvine atmintimi. Sąsajos su atmintimi atskleidžiamos, aptariant tokius traumos bruožus, kaip jos „nepamirštamumas“, diskurso svarba jos formavimesi bei traumuojančių įvykių atminties ypatumai kartose. Socialinių ir kultūrinių traumų įveikimo strategijų kontekste aptariami kai kurie traumuojančių įvykių kolektyvinės atminties formavimosi Lietuvoje bruožai.The article discusses a relatively new sociology of social and cultural trauma, and sociocultural concept of trauma ties with the collective memory. Interface with memory revealed when discussing such an injury features as its "nepamirštamumas" discourse the importance of the formation of traumatic events in memory and features together. Social and cultural trauma coping strategies are discussed in the context of some of the traumatic events of collective memory formation of Lithuania traits
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