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The Reconciliation Pyramid – A Narrative-Based Framework for Analyzing Identity Conflicts

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The Reconciliation Pyramid is suggested in this paper as a heuristic tool for exploring accomplished or burgeoning reconciliation processes, as well as cases such as the Middle East, where only tentative and mostly failed steps have been taken towards reconciliation. The first part proposes a terminological framework indicating the relationship between meta-narratives, national metanarratives and national narratives. This terminology is used to analyze national narratives and their role in conflict evolvement and termination. The second part elaborates the seven stages of the Reconciliation Pyramid: Narrative acquaintance; narrative acknowledgement; assumption of responsibility; readiness for restitution; expressing empathy and; asking and granting forgiveness and narrative integration. The paper concludes with a short case study of the Camp David negotiations and reflects upon the suitability and contribution of the Reconciliation Pyramid to theoretical and empirical reconciliation research.

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Auerbach, Yehudith. "The Reconciliation Pyramid – A Narrative-Based Framework for Analyzing Identity Conflicts" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISPP 31st Annual Scientific Meeting, Sciences Po, Paris, France, Jul 09, 2008 <Not Available>. 2013-12-14 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p254701_index.html>

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Auerbach, Y. , 2008-07-09 "The Reconciliation Pyramid – A Narrative-Based Framework for Analyzing Identity Conflicts" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISPP 31st Annual Scientific Meeting, Sciences Po, Paris, France Online <PDF>. 2013-12-14 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p254701_index.html

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Abstract: The Reconciliation Pyramid is suggested in this paper as a heuristic tool for exploring accomplished or burgeoning reconciliation processes, as well as cases such as the Middle East, where only tentative and mostly failed steps have been taken towards reconciliation. The first part proposes a terminological framework indicating the relationship between meta-narratives, national metanarratives and national narratives. This terminology is used to analyze national narratives and their role in conflict evolvement and termination. The second part elaborates the seven stages of the Reconciliation Pyramid: Narrative acquaintance; narrative acknowledgement; assumption of responsibility; readiness for restitution; expressing empathy and; asking and granting forgiveness and narrative integration. The paper concludes with a short case study of the Camp David negotiations and reflects upon the suitability and contribution of the Reconciliation Pyramid to theoretical and empirical reconciliation research.

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Running Head: Reconciliation Pyramid; A Narrative-Based Framework The Reconciliation Pyramid – A Narrative-Based Framework for Analyzing Identity Conflicts Key words: reconciliation pyramid reconciliation narrative metanarrative identity conflict. Reconciliation has been described as the apex of a long process of conflict termination and being tantamount to a stable warm peace (Rothstein 1999). Kriesberg (1998a) views reconciliation as a “relatively amicable relationship typically established after a rupture in relations involving one-sided or mutual infliction of extreme injury ” and outlines the
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