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This publication bargains a trans-disciplinary research of the impression of mass crime at the rebuilding of social and political kinfolk. Drawing on old and newer casesincluding examples from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Burundi, Cambodia, Indonesia, Peru, and Rwandathe authors learn the influence of mass crimes on participants, society at huge, and the businesses inquisitive about delivering counsel within the post-conflict section.
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Placing the individual at the heart of the process is the ﬁrst and most crucial step in doing so. In other words, this alternative approach to critical analysis recognizes the importance of understanding the human condition in all its complexity. It means that we should at times put down our pens, look up from our papers and computer screens, transport ourselves back to the world of the living and ask ourselves: Do things happen like this in ‘‘real life’’? Is this how my fellows breathe, think, relate, love, hate, clash and sometimes kill each other?
Kriesberg offers a series of recommendations to render outsiders’ contributions more useful. Reﬂection on what the role of an outsider should be in such contexts remains very complex. Further on-the-ground research is needed in order to understand the processes sketched out in this volume – as well as their limits. The possibility of building peace depends on an understanding of the rules of social and political life in a given society, and how disparate actors may be encouraged to participate without recourse to violent confrontation.
In other words, they provide both the design and the background image upon which their narrative is silhouetted. This is important because when the subject recounts the unfolding of an event on the backdrop of what he considers to be the normal order of things, it means that he relates what makes up a psychic event or a trauma. Bruner also emphasized the use of rhetorical ﬁgures. Far from being useless ornaments, ﬁgurative speech describes the scope of the latent possibilities the narrator could employ to describe the context that, in turn, makes the event readable.