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Looking at the onlookers and bystanders : interdisciplinary approaches to the causes and consequences of passivity / editor, Henrik Edgren.

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    Book
    Published
    Stockholm : Forum för levande historia = Living history forum, 2012
    Contents
    The definition of the "bystander concept" - What is a bystander?
    Introductory remarks / by Eskil Franck
    The project "Bystanders - Does it matter?" / by Henrik Edgren
    Reflections on the Concept of "Bystander" / by Victoria Barnett
    Sweden and the Holocaust / by Karin Kvist Geverts
    Different explanatory models relating to bystanders, e.g. norm shifting processes
    Norm Shifting and Bystander Intervention / by Dennis T. Kahn
    "If I look at the mass I will never act" : Psychic numbing and genocide / by Paul Siovic
    Methodological aspects of studying the bystander; How do we tell the story of passivity or inaction?
    Mind the Gap(s) Between Memory, History, and Philosophy / by Thomas Brudholm
    Enforcing a Bystander Regime during Genocide : The Case of the Ottoman Empire / by David Gaunt
    Bystander Memories - Unfolding and Questioning Eyewitness Narratives on the Deportation of the Jews / by Dienke Hondius
    Didactical issues; How do we approach the bystander from an educational perspective?
    How we got the bystander into the classroom / by Mats Andersson
    Who cares about the bystander / by Christina Gamstorp.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Edgren, Henrik.
    Forum för levande historia.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references.
    The definition of the "bystander concept" - What is a bystander? -- Introductory remarks / by Eskil Franck -- The project "Bystanders - Does it matter?" / by Henrik Edgren -- Reflections on the Concept of "Bystander" / by Victoria Barnett -- Sweden and the Holocaust / by Karin Kvist Geverts -- Different explanatory models relating to bystanders, e.g. norm shifting processes -- Norm Shifting and Bystander Intervention / by Dennis T. Kahn -- "If I look at the mass I will never act" : Psychic numbing and genocide / by Paul Siovic -- Methodological aspects of studying the bystander; How do we tell the story of passivity or inaction? -- Mind the Gap(s) Between Memory, History, and Philosophy / by Thomas Brudholm -- Enforcing a Bystander Regime during Genocide : The Case of the Ottoman Empire / by David Gaunt --Bystander Memories - Unfolding and Questioning Eyewitness Narratives on the Deportation of the Jews / by Dienke Hondius -- Didactical issues; How do we approach the bystander from an educational perspective? -- How we got the bystander into the classroom / by Mats Andersson -- Who cares about the bystander / by Christina Gamstorp.

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    English
    External Link
    Electronic version
    ISBN
    9789186261238
    9186261231
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    Also available via the World Wide Web.
    Physical Description
    210 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.

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