The aim of this study is to analize how individual subjectivity is influenced and in part determined by psychic life of past generation and by belonging community or cultural groups. To particularly, we tried to unterstand how massive and non-sense traumas, like Shoah, may continue to act on following generations deeply marking them: descendants of survivors of this tragic event had, in fact, the task of finding a solutions to unresolved and unelaborated traumas of their parents and the Jewish people in general, so the second generation became the recipient of emotive real life that have structured the parent's experiences. Deep interviews have been conducted with some ex-deported and some children of survivors, belonging to the Rome Jewish community. Those interviews shoved that the second generation has grown on the shadow of psychic conflict as results from this traumatic event.
|Numero di pagine||24|
|Rivista||IL VASO DI PANDORA|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2011|