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This ebook bargains a trans-disciplinary research of the effect of mass crime at the rebuilding of social and political family members. Drawing on ancient and newer casesincluding examples from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Burundi, Cambodia, Indonesia, Peru, and Rwandathe authors learn the impression of mass crimes on members, society at huge, and the firms occupied with offering guidance within the post-conflict section.
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197. 8. 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.
Second, they insist on the importance of moving between different levels of organization on the ground, and understanding the multiple connections and disconnections between micro- and macro-dimensions of violence and post-violence. Third, they focus on some key elements regarding the work of reinsertion in survivor communities. One main lesson from their analysis is that the matter of insider and outsider knowledge must become a dialogical exchange in the hands of the local communities. Conclusion: Mapping mass crime Peace-building is not a linear process.