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Kinderen van Vlaamse collaborateurs: de erfenis van het verleden digitaal ontsloten

Koen Aerts (UGent) , Bruno De Wever (UGent) and Aline Sax
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After World War collaborators in Flanders developed a successful discourse of victimisation. Penalisation of collaboration was presented as unjustified and anti-Flemish vindictiveness. It was not until the 1980s that this hegemonic memory became increasingly discredited. Analogous to international post-memory research, this study sounds out the heritage of the past for collaborators' children. Are representations and memory passed on to the next generation? Can the DNA of memory be traced in linguistic structures, in the way in which the children talk about their parents' pasts? This article evaluates the methodological advantages and disadvantages of Nvivo, encoding software that enables the organisation and structuring of interviews.
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postmemory, TRAUMA, World War II, Children of Flemish collaborators, HOLOCAUST, encoding with software (NVivo)

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Aerts, Koen, Bruno De Wever, and Aline Sax. 2014. “Kinderen Van Vlaamse Collaborateurs: De Erfenis Van Het Verleden Digitaal Ontsloten.” Ed. Nico Wouters and Koen Aerts. Revue Belge De Philologie Et D Histoire 92 (2): 575–593.
APA
Aerts, Koen, De Wever, B., & Sax, A. (2014). Kinderen van Vlaamse collaborateurs: de erfenis van het verleden digitaal ontsloten. (N. Wouters & K. Aerts, Eds.)REVUE BELGE DE PHILOLOGIE ET D HISTOIRE, 92(2), 575–593.
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Aerts K, De Wever B, Sax A. Kinderen van Vlaamse collaborateurs: de erfenis van het verleden digitaal ontsloten. Wouters N, Aerts K, editors. REVUE BELGE DE PHILOLOGIE ET D HISTOIRE. Brussel; 2014;92(2):575–93.
MLA
Aerts, Koen, Bruno De Wever, and Aline Sax. “Kinderen Van Vlaamse Collaborateurs: De Erfenis Van Het Verleden Digitaal Ontsloten.” Ed. Nico Wouters & Koen Aerts. REVUE BELGE DE PHILOLOGIE ET D HISTOIRE 92.2 (2014): 575–593. Print.
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  abstract     = {After World War collaborators in Flanders developed a successful discourse of victimisation. Penalisation of collaboration was presented as unjustified and anti-Flemish vindictiveness. It was not until the 1980s that this hegemonic memory became increasingly discredited. Analogous to international post-memory research, this study sounds out the heritage of the past for collaborators' children. Are representations and memory passed on to the next generation? Can the DNA of memory be traced in linguistic structures, in the way in which the children talk about their parents' pasts? This article evaluates the methodological advantages and disadvantages of Nvivo, encoding software that enables the organisation and structuring of interviews.},
  author       = {Aerts, Koen and De Wever, Bruno and Sax, Aline},
  editor       = {Wouters, Nico and Aerts, Koen},
  issn         = {0035-0818},
  journal      = {REVUE BELGE DE PHILOLOGIE ET D HISTOIRE},
  keyword      = {postmemory,TRAUMA,World War II,Children of Flemish collaborators,HOLOCAUST,encoding with software (NVivo)},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {575--593},
  title        = {Kinderen van Vlaamse collaborateurs: de erfenis van het verleden digitaal ontsloten},
  volume       = {92},
  year         = {2014},
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