The authors formulate the definition of “historical responsibility”, describe its place among such constructs as “historical memory”, “historical guilt”, “historical justice”, including the analysis of these concepts in the context of the problems of the Great Patriotic War. Historical responsibility is defined as a social construct, accumulating intergenerative relations arising between persons/communities on the basis of their self-determination in the context of a historical event, and stimulating further activity of the persons/ communities with a view to the redemption of real and potential guilt and achievement of historical justice. The article also describes typical and inverse practices of historical responsibility and analyzes the inversion of historical responsibility among young people belonging to right-wing youth communities. The authors describe the phenomenon of annihilation of historical responsibility practices in modern conditions and identify and systematize the main features of historical responsibility: performative, topological, projective, normative and complex nature, bodily involvement of participants, unevenness, and economic orientation.
|Translated title of the contribution||HISTORICAL RESPONSIBILITY IN POLIGENERATIVE ENVIRONMENT: VERSION AND INVERSION OF PRACTICE|
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||Педагогическое образование в России|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
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