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Nov 19

In the absence of inter-generational Holocaust legacy transmitted to the second generation.

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This study disputes the more common views that a survivor silence results in a damaged relationship with his children, in the absence of inter-generational Holocaust legacy transmitted to the second generation. It is precisely the presence of the Holocaust past in everyday silent interaction, intergenerational the vocal transfer by Holocaust witnesses or tale, and that receives reminiscent the genocide of the past, private family environment. That respondents by to the study study ‘showing dynamic, normative, and self-imposed silent presence of the Holocaust death – the world woven into with daily life ‘and show that children, relations with her parents had survivor and normative. Presenting the presented the above mentioned study, research alongside their present extended comparing about Cambodian Canadian children of survivors of Cambodia genocide, hosting a conference at the University of Haifa: ‘The Holocaust: The trauma and inter-generational effects at comparison with other persecutions and her reflection in the Arts.

Unlike previous and known psychological studies published to date , which invention proposes that the children by Holocaust survivors impact of post-traumatic stress failure will suffer can Kedron, in public of carry perceive itself concluded he suffers from such effects. – In addition, the knowledge , the silent days-to-day the presence of the Holocaust remembrance, that the descendants of survivors of the Holocaust gleaned, was sufficient: As children, they often felt no need question their parents in depth. She did not want to document their families the Holocaust. A notable 95 % of respondents to be sure that they are not in telling the story by their parents ‘ Holocaust experience in the public, or their own interests. By forming an experimental matrix, these silent traces an intimate and non-pathological presence of the Holocaust death world get in everyday life – world upright, Kidron explained.