The Specificities of the Phenomena of the Armenian Genocide and the Psychological Impact in Public Opinion
Keywords:genocide committed against Armenians, public perception, moods, feelings and positions ways of overcoming the consequences of the genocide
The research was conducted in 2015 from March 15-April 15, with the method of formalized survey. Five hundred and sixty Yerevan citizens took part in the survey.
According to the survey the moods of reliving the pain, the hope and belief for future, optimism (91.2%) exceed the moods of complaint, wrath, revenge and compensation (88.2%) and the moods of regret, pain, depression and declining moods (76.2%).
However, as the results of the study come to prove, the mosaic of the public perception and the psychological reflection of the Armenian genocide as a phenomenon is very sophisticated. In the above mentioned categories the included components are intertwined and bound together. The moods and feelings included in those groups appear next to each other alternating quite fast.
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