The first is by Dr. In a report sent on 26 June , he compared his direct observations with Western sources on the problem of venereal disease in particular. He analysed the process that made the army decide to requisition unmarried young women in the villages — in other words, virgins in the Korean society of the time.
For young women not only did the loss of virginity, which was required as a precondition of marriage in a traditional society, mean condemnation to exclusion from society and becoming the prey of brokers for prostitution. In the context of war it also symbolized a national humiliation and shame which Korea still cannot forgive.
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According to the author, recourse to these young women was advocated by the military as a means of preventing venereal disease. This historian believes that around , Chinese women were subjected to forced prostitution in the s and s. Senda gathered key testimony on the role of the administration in recruiting young girls. The evidence on this episode tallies as regards both site and dates. The archives concerning comfort stations, like so many others, were systematically destroyed at the defeat, and accounts remain scarce.
One of the latter, Kan Bun-shului, explained that a Japanese man did rounds of the village offering well-paid work to the girls Senda, A Japanese policeman and the village mayor accompanied him. Many girls had already left to work in textile mills or clothing industries in Japan; thus they were deceived. Kan Bun-shu came from Chungcheongbuk-do, a central region of South Korea today but she kept silent on the name of her native village.
Police powers were inordinate at the time and inspired terror. The sources therefore allow us to state that what was involved was a systematic organization backed by state power. The village chiefs could not have been fooled as regards what awaited these girls at the hands of the soldiers. Freyd: In this field you're going to find people who have all levels of belief, understanding, experience with the area of repression. As I said before it's not an area in which there's any kind of uniform agreement in the field. The full notion of repression has a meaning within a psychoanalytic framework and it's got a meaning to people in everyday use and everyday language.
What there is evidence for is that any kind of memory is reconstructed and reinterpreted. It has not been shown to be anything else. Memories are reconstructed and reinterpreted from fragments.
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Some memories are true and some memories are confabulated and some are downright false. TAT: It is certainly possible for in offender to dissociate a memory. It's possible that some of the people who call you could have done or witnessed some of the things they've been accused of -- maybe in an alcoholic black-out or in a dissociative state -- and truly not remember.
I think that's very possible. Freyd: I would say that virtually anything is possible.
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But when the stories include murdering babies and breeding babies and some of the rather bizarre things that come up, it's mighty puzzling. TAT: I've treated adults with dissociative disorders who were both victimized and victimizers. I've seen previously repressed memories of my clients' earlier sexual offenses coming back to them in therapy. You guys seem to be saying, be skeptical if the person claims to have forgotten previously, especially if it is about something horrible. Should we be equally skeptical if someone says "I'm remembering that I perpetrated and I didn't remember before.
It's been repressed for years and now it's surfacing because of therapy. Freyd: Does that happen? TAT: Oh, yes.
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A lot. I expect the book to be controversial—first, because it is written from a feminist perspective; second, because it challenges established diagnostic concepts; but third and perhaps most importantly, because it speaks about horrible things, things that no one really wants to hear about.
TAT: The issue here is the extent of dissociation and amnesia and the extent to which these fragmentary aspects of personality can take executive control and control function. Sure, you and I have different parts to our mind, there's no doubt about that, but I don't lose time to mine they can't come out in the middle of a lecture and start acting 7 years old. I'm very much in the camp that says that we all are multi-minds, but the difference between you and me and a multiple is pretty tangible.
Freyd: Those are clearly interesting questions, but that area and the clinical aspects of dissociation and multiple personalities is beyond anything the Foundation is actively TAT: That's a real problem. Many of the people that have been alleged to have "false memory syndrome" have diagnosed dissociative disorders.
It seems to me the fact that you don't talk about dissociative disorders is a little dishonest, since many people whose lives have been impacted by this movement are MPD or have a dissociative disorder. To say, "Well, we ONLY know about repression but not about dissociation or multiple personalities" seems irresponsible. Freyd: Be that as it may, some of the scientific issues with memory are clear. So if we can just stick with some things for a moment; one is that memories are reconstructed and reinterpreted no matter how long ago or recent.
taylor.evolt.org/vegag-la-verneda.php TAT: You weigh the recollected testimony of an alleged perpetrator more than the alleged victim's. You're saying, basically, if the parents deny it, that's another notch for disbelief. Freyd: If it's denied, certainly one would want to check things. It would have to be one of many factors that are weighed -- and that's the problem with these issues -- they are not black and white, they're very complicated issues. You have admitted writing about it in your widely disseminated "Jane Doe" article. I think wave been able to cover legitimate ground in our discussion without talking about that, but I am going to return to it briefly because there lingers an important issue there.
I want to know how you react to people who say that the Foundation is basically an outgrowth of an unresolved family matter in your own family and that some of the initial members of your Scientific Advisory Board have had dual professional relationships with you and your family, and are not simply scientifically attached to the Foundation and its founders. Freyd: People can say whatever they want to say. The fact of the matter is, day after day, people are calling to say that something very wrong has taken place.
They're telling us that somebody they know and love very much, has acquired memories in some kind of situation, that they're sure are false, but that there has been no way to even try to resolve the issues -- now, it's 3, families. TAT: That's kind of side-stepping the question. My question -- Freyd: -- People can say whatever they want. But you know -- TAT: -- But, isn't it true that some of the people on your scientific advisory have a professional reputation that is to some extent now dependent upon some findings in your own family? Freyd: Oh, I don't think so.
A professional reputation dependent upon findings in my family? TAT: In the sense that they may have been consulted professionally first about a matter in your own family. Is that not true? Freyd: What difference does that make? TAT: It would bring into question their objectivity. Summer would tell me that he'd been wrong, that all of those thoughts didn't belong to me. No video? GOP Sen. Khorri Atkinson Mar 31, Justin Fairfax.
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