Abstract

In this study, I first identify the behavior patterns of both the state and the minority by looking at their (re)actions over different time periods. Next, building on the vast literature on memory, I investigate which types of behavior are more likely to be affected by different kinds of memory. Then, I examine, whether the action-reaction sequences of the state and the minority are further modified by more recent memory and resulted in continuation, amendment or cessation of those patterns.

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