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British Prime Minister David Cameron’s apology for Bloody Sunday

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Abstract

In this essay, we examine British Prime Minister David Cameron’s apology for “Bloody Sunday.” This case study offers one possible theoretical re-conceptualization of the apology genre that Villadsen argued for earlier in this book. We provide a theoretical framework to examine these apologies, which are dedicated to rebuilding and strengthening communal bonds harmed by historical injustice caused by one collective against another.

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