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collective memory
Within this approach, the collective memory effects for spin and molecular (lattice) variables are taken into account using the first-order and second-order memory functions for spin-spin and spin-lattice interactions.
      
In his reflections on the structures of collective memory, Jan Assmann contends that after a period of 40 years the memory of a generation of people with shared experiences comes to a critical stage.
      
I will use different interpretations of the Lin Biao Incident to illustrate the interaction between official history, collective memory and individual memory in forging the history of contemporary China.
      
It is a discursive practice that may simultaneously construct Nation and Subject, blending individual stories into collective memory that claims - or counterclaims - to be "truth written in blood".
      
The Dead, Tradition and Collective Memory in Mesopotamia (Studies in the History
      
The revival of the sociology of culture: The case of collective memory
      
All the major memories are associated with efforts of the state through commemorations and in other ways to create a unitary collective memory.
      
Collective memory, group minds, and the extended mind thesis
      
Collective memory has been put to diverse uses, ranging from accounts of nationalism in history and political science to views of ritualization and commemoration in anthropology and sociology.
      
These appeals to collective memory share the idea that memory "goes beyond the individual" but often run together quite different claims in spelling out that idea.
      
Paris-Réseau assembles photographs, sound samples, videos and texts to form a composite image of the city, combining digitised traces of physical places and people with information garnered from individual and collective memory.
      
Studies of collective memory have paid insufficient attention to the diversity of its forms.
      
This article addresses both the issue of forms of collective memory and the crucial relationship of forms to content.
      
The claim of the article is that meaning emerges and is sustained through the dynamic interaction between the content of historical events and the forms of collective memory available to those intent on their preservation and public inscription.
      
Three fundamental aspects of collective memory-event, code, and translation-are clarified by this analytic framework.
      
Allied efforts to banish Nazi-approved art from the collective memory have been far more successful.
      
Rereading the Gettysburg address: Social change and collective memory
      
To resolve this paradox, postmodernist conceptions of author-reader relations are brought to bear on current understandings of collective memory.
      
In our paper we explore how collective memory regarding AIDS deaths emerges from conflict among members of vernacular, mainstream and official culture.
      
The cultural contest waged over how individuals who have died from AIDS-related illnesses will be remembered in society fits within the realm of the sociology of collective memory.
      
 

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