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PRADO, María Isabella y KRAUSE, Mariane. Chileans Social Representations About September Eleventh 1973 and its Relationship With Daily Living Together and Chilean Identity. Psykhe [online]. 2004, vol.13, n.2, pp. 57-72. ISSN 0718-2228. doi: 10.4067/S0718-22282004000200005.
September eleventh of 1973 is a very important historical date in Chile. Its standing in social life shows that by talking about social representations and today effects of September eleventh, we are talking about a specific moment of a current process. The theory of social representations was chosen for this project, understanding those as a collective, intersubjective construction, made possible through communication and becoming a way of interpreting and understanding reality (Jodelet, 1984; Wagner & Elejabarrieta, 1994). The valorative, affective, symbolic and cognitive elements through which September eleventh is looked at, help building intersubjective realities that influence not only the way people relate to each other, affecting how they live together, but also influence the way of being and feeling Chilean.