Memory (tagged articles)
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Discourse, Public Space, and the Politics of Korean "Comfort Women:" Implications for East Asian Relations
Ann W. Kim - The issue of “comfort women,” sex slaves utilized by the Japanese army during World War II, is treated in this paper as a collective memory in the consciousness of South Koreans. Differing narratives of this historical event, and the emphasis placed on... Keep Reading »
Ketaki A. Tongaonkar - The human memory system comprises multiple components. The focus of this paper is on the encoding and decoding process of episodic memories. Events that catch the attention of individuals either consciously or sub-consciously are stored in a particular sequence... Keep Reading »
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Amy Roesler - Fear finds its place in the world through numerous forms, including natural disasters, genocide, war, trauma and countless other events which present lasting effects in the lives of those who maintain recollection. The research concerning the alteration of memories... Keep Reading »
Anna K. Jarschke and Christina M. Frederick - A baby is born, and almost instantaneously, assigned to a life of stereotypical gender identity. The female is described as a “precious baby girl” and is given a little pink hat and wrapped in a pink blanket. The male is a “strong and healthy boy&... Keep Reading »
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Philip J. Spelman - The observable tendency of a person to repeat the use of drugs, and continue use in spite of possible or real negative consequences, can be partially explained by examining several learning theories and learning with respect to neurological associative strength, and... Keep Reading »
The keyword Memory is tagged in the following 13 articles.
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