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are all present in high degrees, the result is a culture of victimhood in which individuals and groups display high sensitivity to slight, have a tendency to handle conflicts through complaints to third parties, and seek to cultivate an image of being victims who deserve assistance. We contrast the

In: Comparative Sociology
Author: Neil Caplan

he Middle East Book Review 3 (2 on) I-I9 www.brill.nllmebr Victimhood in Israeli and Palestinian National Narratives* Neil Caplan Concordia University & Vtznier College, Montreal, Canada Caplan.neil@gmail.com l1an Pappe and Jamil Hila!, eds. Across the Wall: Narratives of Israeli-Palestinian History

In: Bustan: The Middle East Book Review
Author: Chi-Chi Shi

collective’ as a forced imposition of essentialism. Following Wendy Brown’s theorisation of ‘suffer-mongering’ as a characteristic of identity politics, I posit that the assault on the collective coupled with the neoliberal imperative to confess and create an ‘authentic’ self has led to trauma and victimhood

In: Historical Materialism
Author: Arie Nadler

the role of emotions and psychological needs in this context. 11 For example, it has emphasized the role of emotions, such as collective guilt or victimhood, in maintaining and intensifying conflict and overcoming them as the path to ending intergroup conflict. 12 Much of our discussion of the needs

In: Populism, Memory and Minority Rights

Roger Yates, Chris Powell, and Piers Beirne 1 Horse Maiming in the English Countryside: Moral Panic, Human Deviance, and the Social Construction of Victimhood ABSTRACT The societal reaction to a series of horse assaults in rural Hampshire during the 1990s was a rare example of a moral panic

In: Society & Animals

. Notwithstanding what may oft-times be quite conspicuous performances of agency, however, inscriptions of victimhood have an inherently objectifying effect, reducing those so inscribed to passive skin on which the centred subjecthood of the perpetrators of violence is performed and, in consequence of which

In: Global Responsibility to Protect

conspicuous performances of agency, however, inscriptions of victimhood have an inherently objectifying effect, reducing those so inscribed to passive skin on which the centred subjecthood of the perpetrators of violence is performed and, in consequence of which violence, the imperative subjecthood of would

In: Children and the Responsibility to Protect

society. To this end it concluded by describing three different “moral cultures” – cultures of honor, cultures of dignity, and cultures of victimhood – each defined by a particular pattern of moral conflict and social control. We proposed that the last of these – victimhood culture – exists in its purest

In: Comparative Sociology

victimhood, other instances of military sexual assault provided smaller comparisons that allowed for greater analysis of the German position. The public and private understanding of the events have gone through many changes in the decades since, with a number of major works adding to the debate. I will

In: War and Sexual Violence
Author: Rosanna Farbøl

War is remembered and commemorated, to a great extent, as a war. 6 And, in the proccesses of establishing this Cold War cultural memory as a war memory , it has become part of a transcultural passion for memories of traumatic pasts: war, violence, catastrophes, loss and victimhood. 7 In this

In: The Twentieth Century in European Memory