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The Battleground of Sri Lankan History Education : Barriers to Teaching Inclusive Histories
As the separation between those who lived through Sri Lankas civil war and those who come to learn about the war grows, future generations understanding of the war becomes the war itself – all factual truth diminishes and makes room for one generations perception to be passed down to the next. What is key here is that there is no singular perception of an event, but rather competing perceptions – and these perceptions compete in the space of history production.
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