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Greedy Elites and Poor Lambs: How Young Europeans Remember the Great War


Bouchat, Pierre; Licata, Laurent; Rosoux, Valérie; Allesch, Christian; Ammerer, Heinrich; Babinska, Maria; Bilewicz, Michal; Bobowik, Magdalena; Bovina, Inna; Bruckmüller, Susanne et al.
Greedy Elites and Poor Lambs: How Young Europeans Remember the Great War // Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 7 (2019), 1; 52-75 doi:10.5964/jspp.v7i1.781 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Greedy Elites and Poor Lambs: How Young Europeans Remember the Great War

Autori
Bouchat, Pierre ; Licata, Laurent ; Rosoux, Valérie ; Allesch, Christian ; Ammerer, Heinrich ; Babinska, Maria ; Bilewicz, Michal ; Bobowik, Magdalena ; Bovina, Inna ; Bruckmüller, Susanne ; Cabecinhas, Rosa ; Chryssochoou, Xenia ; Csertő, István ; Delouvée, Sylvain ; Durante, Federica ; Ernst-Vintila, Andreea ; Flassbeck, Christine ; Franc, Renata ; Hilton, Denis ; Keles, Serap ; Kesteloot, Chantal ; Kışlıoğlu, Reşit ; Krenn, Alice ; Macovei, Irina ; Mari, Silvia ; Međugorac, Vanja ; Petrović, Nebojša ; Pólya, Tibor ; Raudsepp, Maaris ; Sá, Alberto ; Sakki, Inari ; Turjacanin, Vladimir ; Türken, Salman ; van Ypersele, Laurence ; Vojak, Danijel ; Volpato, Chiara ; Warland, Geneviève ; Klein, Olivier

Izvornik
Journal of Social and Political Psychology (2195-3325) 7 (2019), 1; 52-75

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Charter, Europe, history, social identity, social representations, WWI

Sažetak
The present study examines current social representations associated with the origins of the Great War, a major event that has profoundly affected Europe. A survey conducted in 20 European countries (N = 1906 students in social sciences) shows a high consensus: The outbreak of the war is attributed to the warring nations’ leaders while the responsibility of the populations is minimized. Building on the concept of social representation of history (Liu & Hilton, 2005), we suggest that the social representations of the Great War fulfill social psychological functions in contemporary Europe. We suggest that WWI may function as a charter for European integration. Their content also suggests a desire to distinguish a positively valued ingroup ("the people") from powerful elites, construed as an outgroup.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Sociologija, Psihologija, Povijest



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb