Victims, nonvictims and their opinions on transitional justice: Findings from the Colombian case
Victims of armed conflict are often seen as driven by trauma-related stark emotions that differentiate them from nonvictims. Based on this premise, they should hold different views from people who have not been directly affected by war about punishing perpetrators of violence, remembering human righ...
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Oxford University Press
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