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Collective memory and autobiographical memory : perspectives from the humanities and cognitive sciences

Abstract

The current overview provides an interdisciplinary synthesis of autobiographical and collective memory studies, focusing on history and cognitive psychology, to help other scholars bridge the disciplinary gap. We describe the various interpretative frameworks used to build theoretical knowledge on how autobiographical memory and collective memory are intertwined. We expose how research exploring self, social and directive functions of autobiographical memory echoes three main functions that can be identified for collective memory, that is, social identity, social schemata, and means for actions, or a political decision tool of research in these fields. In doing so, we hope to stimulate opportunities for more interdisciplinary research.

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Authors

Heux, Lucrèce
Rathbone, Clare
Gensburger, Sarah
Clifford, Rebecca
Souchay, Céline

Oxford Brookes departments

Department of Psychology, Health and Professional Development

Dates

Year of publication: 2022
Date of RADAR deposit: 2022-11-01


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