War, Community, and Social Change

Collective Experiences in the Former Yugoslavia

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-7490-6 (Print) 978-1-4614-7491-3 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

  2. Introduction

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-23

      Towards a Community Approach of the Aftermath of War in the Former Yugoslavia: Collective Experiences, Social Practices, and Representations

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      Pages 25-41

      Collective Experiences and Collective Memories: Writing the History of Crisis, Wars, and the “Balkanisation of Yugoslavia”

  3. War and the Violent Experience of Community: How Ethnic Boundaries Became Part of Social Reality

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 43-43

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      Pages 45-62

      Ethnic Intolerance as a Product Rather than a Cause of War: Revisiting the State of the Art

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      Pages 63-84

      The Demise of Mixed Marriage?

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      Pages 85-98

      The Destruction of Multiethnic Locations: Markers of Identity and the Determinants of Residential Trajectories

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      Pages 99-103

      Compliance and Resistance to the Logic of Ethnic Conflict During the Siege of Sarajevo (Invited voice)

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      Pages 105-121

      Beyond Ethnic Intolerance: Traces and Benefits of Ethnic Diversity in Post-War Bosnia-Herzegovina

  4. Community and the Traumatising Experience of War: Collective Dimensions of Vulnerability and Resilience

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 123-123

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      Pages 125-136

      From Collective Victimhood to Social Reconciliation: Outlining a Conceptual Framework

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      Pages 137-153

      Traumatised Selves: Does War Trauma Facilitate In-Group Bonding and Out-Group Distancing?

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      Pages 155-161

      When Nobody Stood Up and Everybody is Guilty: A Puzzle of Individual Responsibility and Collective Guilt (Invited voice)

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      Pages 163-182

      Threatened Powers: When Blaming “the others” Grows out of Internal Instability and Protest

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      Pages 183-198

      Shattered Beliefs: How to Cope When the World Is not a Just Place?

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      Pages 199-204

      A Slipping Memory: Can the International Criminal Tribunal be a Bulwark Against Oblivion?(Invited voice)

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      Pages 205-226

      Beyond Collective Denial: Public Reactions to Human Rights Violations and the Struggle over the Moral Continuity of Communities

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      Pages 227-235

      Conclusion-War and Community: What Have We Learned About Their Relationship?

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 237-241