By Prof. Dario Spini, Guy Elcheroth, Rachel Fasel (auth.), Dario Spini, Guy Elcheroth, Dinka Corkalo Biruski (eds.)
Collective reviews within the former Yugoslavia records and analyses how social representations and practices are formed through collective violence in a context of ethnic discourse. What are the results of violence and what are the results of jointly skilled victimisation on societal norms, attitudes and collective ideals? This quantity stresses that mass violence has a de- and re-structuring position for manifold psychosocial strategies. A mixed psychosocial procedure attracts realization to how most folks within the former Yugoslavia needed to suffer and deal with battle and dramatic societal adjustments and the way they resisted and overcame ethnic competition, violence and segregation. it's a departure from the frame of mind that depict most folks within the former Yugoslavia as both blind fans of ethnic conflict marketers or as intrinsically stimulated for violence by means of deep-rooted intra-ethnic loyalties and inter-ethnic animosities.