By Béatrice Pouligny, Visit Amazon's Simon Chesterman Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Simon Chesterman, , Albrecht Schnabel
This ebook bargains a trans-disciplinary research of the impression of mass crime at the rebuilding of social and political kinfolk. Drawing on historic and newer casesincluding examples from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Burundi, Cambodia, Indonesia, Peru, and Rwandathe authors learn the effect of mass crimes on members, society at huge, and the enterprises excited by supplying information within the post-conflict part.
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Those working with children and child soldiers in a context of war are aware that the researcher’s relationship with the children falls outside even the social codes governing relationships with adults (who are in and of themselves outsiders), such that it may be important to simply play with the children or encourage them to draw. Interviewers may need to meet people on METHODOLOGICAL AND ETHICAL PROBLEMS 27 several occasions before starting to gather details of direct interest to their research; they should never consider irrelevant the time spent in markets, on public transport, around a ﬁre preparing a meal or at evening gatherings, or times spent just being there, sharing simple, everyday tasks, waiting and listening, even in times of silence.
Indeed, we cannot conceive of a kind of narrative that is unconcerned with subjective events since these so powerfully reveal the collective motivations of social actors. Finally, even if they are not explicitly set as ‘‘therapeutic’’ objectives, it is certain that the compilations of testimony re-establishing the truth of great massacres and acts of multiple, organized cruelties have a powerful effect on survivors. Survivors can feel dispossessed or, conversely, they can beneﬁt from the recognition, which can result in major liberation from personal trauma and re-symbolization (reinserting subjects back into their culture and the history of their communities).
Paul Ricoeur, La me´moire, l’histoire, l’oubli, Paris: Seuil, 2000. See also his previous work more speciﬁcally dealing with the link between memory and history, Paul Ricoeur, Temps et re´cit, vol. 3, Paris: Seuil, 1983–1985. 9. Tzvetan Todorov, Les Abus de la Me´moire. Paris: Arle´a, 1993. 10. Donald Treadgold, Twentieth Century Russia, Chicago: Rand McNally, 1977, p. 336. 11. : Kumarian Press, 2006, p. 269. Part I Methodology and ethics 19 1 Methodological and ethical problems: A trans-disciplinary approach Be´atrice Pouligny, Bernard Doray and Jean-Cle´ment Martin This chapter examines the ethical and methodological issues raised by social science research conducted in situations where mass crimes have been committed.
After Mass Crime: Rebuilding States and Communities by Béatrice Pouligny, Visit Amazon's Simon Chesterman Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Simon Chesterman, , Albrecht Schnabel