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1. The confusion between collective memory and public memory in memory research, and the need for a clear definition of public memory that distinguishes it from other similar concepts such as social memory and cultural memory.

2. The importance of understanding how memory becomes "public" and the criteria for determining the extent to which memory is public, including its shaping process, who carries the memory, whether it is open to everyone, and whether it has the potential for participation and negotiation.

3. The key features that distinguish public memory from other non-individual memories, including its timeliness and visibility within the scope of time and space, as well as its purpose of achieving a joint goal rather than just a common goal. This understanding can provide guidelines for avoiding power reproduction in collective memory research.

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