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Dealing with collective shame and guilt

  title={Dealing with collective shame and guilt},
  author={Dar{\'i}o P{\'a}ez and Jos{\'e} M Marques and Jose Francisco Valencia and Orsolya Vincze and Universidad del Pais Vasco},
We discuss the functions of informal communication in protecting social identity and dealing with collective guilt and shame, the association between referent information influence and rumour credibility, and the ecological validity of the triadic transmission as opposed to the person-to-person transmission in relation to social process of memory. Serial reproduction is conceived of as a paradigm to study social representations of past or collective memory. Previous data and theories are also… Expand
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