4 edition of Society and trauma of war found in the catalog.
Society and trauma of war
|Statement||H. Dasberg ... [et al.].|
|Series||Sinai-series ;, 4|
|Contributions||Dasberg, H., 1930-|
|LC Classifications||U21.2 .S638 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 69 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||87010565|
"shell shock" and in the Second World War, it was known as "war neurosis." Many soldiers were labelled as having "combat fatigue" when experiencing symptoms associated with PTSD during combat. In the Vietnam War, this became known as a "combat stress reaction." Some of these people continued on to develop what became known, in , asFile Size: KB. This text examines the emerging concerns about the export of trauma experts and counsellors to war-torn areas of the world. The contributors are all professionals who are involved in helping adults and children rebuild their lives after witnessing the destruction of their families and communities. Based on their own experience of working internationally, this book presents an analysis of.
This narrative thus creates what Rambo refers to as a “heavy weight” for those who have suffered trauma to bear, as there is no guidance for how to respond to lingering suffering, either in oneself or in others. This matters even to non-Christians because religious texts influence other, secular, narratives in society. Individuals who engage in intimate partner violence have high rates of previous exposure to trauma and, most notably, to childhood violence. While decades of research support this finding, most models of intimate partner violence and training programs for practitioners who work with these individuals fail to take into consideration the impact of trauma on relationship :
Down Range is not only a book explaining war trauma — it is required reading for anyone seriously interested about how to make healthy transitions from war to peace. Bridget C. Cantrell, Ph.D. and Vietnam veteran, Chuck Dean have joined forces to present this vital information and resource manual for both returning troops and their loved ones. Traumatology: An International Journal (TMT) is a primary online-only reference for professionals who study and treat people exposed to highly traumatic events, such as terrorist bombings, war, fires, accidents, criminal and familial abuse, hospitalization, major illness, abandonment, and sudden unemployment. Whichever helping profession you.
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The Great War and German Memory: Society, Politics and Psychological Trauma, by Jason Crouthamel () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Great War and German Memory: Society, Politics and Psychological Trauma, Manufacturer: Liverpool University Press.
: On the Trail of the Yellow Tiger: War, Trauma, and Social Dislocation in Southwest China during the Ming-Qing Transition (Studies in War, Society, and the Military) (): Swope, Kenneth M.: BooksCited by: 1.
Memory, War and Trauma is a compelling book which argues that, if we wish to understand the psychological response to war, we have to take into account the social 5/5(1). The Trauma of War: Stress and Recovery of Vietnam Veterans is a unique psychiatric source book. This volume provides a scientific account of the psychological ravages of the war in Vietnam on the men and women who served there, but throughout the book reverberates the troubled voices of these veterans-and the sensitive voices of the mental health professionals who have been directly affected.
Book description. Many millions of people are affected by the trauma of war. Psychologists have a good understanding of how experiences of war impact on memory, but the significance of external environmental influences is often disregarded.
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Jason Crouthamel is an Associate Professor of history at Grand Valley State University, USA. He is the author of An Intimate History of the Front: Masculinity, Sexuality and German Soldiers in the First World War () and The Great War and German Memory: Society, Politics and Psychological Trauma, ().
He is also the co-editor, with Peter Leese, of Traumatic Memories of World. Psychological War Trauma and Society will be of key value for academics and postgraduate students in the fields of psychology, sociology, history, Jewish studies, military studies, social work Author: Irit Keynan.
Studies in War, Society, and the Military. Studies in War, Society, and the Military focuses on books in which military history is placed in a larger social and cultural context and is designed to be of interest and use to historians of any specialty.
The implications of war extend far beyond the battlefield, and the series seeks to engage. In this book Jeffrey C. Alexander develops an original social theory of trauma and uses it to carry out a series of empirical investigations into social suffering around the globe.
Alexander argues that traumas are not merely psychological but collective experiences, and that trauma work plays a key role in defining the origins and outcomes of critical social conflicts.
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Psychological War Trauma and Society will be of key value for academics and postgraduate students in the fields of psychology, sociology, history, Jewish studies, military studies, social work, terrorism studies and political science, as well as professionals who work with traumatised individuals, either directly or indirectly, including Cited by: 2.
Trauma The Invisible Trauma of War-Affected Children Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at York University, and the author of the book Trauma and the Avoidant Client. Online. Younger readers of this journal may themselves have been exposed to war during their teen years.
Much has been written on the subject in the last two decades – how war affects children, how to rehabilitate war-affected children (tertiary prevention), and how to make the experience of being in a war zone less damaging for children (secondary prevention).Cited by: They include the WPA book "Disasters and mental health" ; the World Bank report "Mental health and conflicts - Conceptual framework and approaches" ; the United Nations (UN) book "Trauma interventions in war and peace: prevention, practice and policy" ; the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) document "The state of the world's children Cited by: Many children are exposed to traumatic life events.
A significant number of children in American society are exposed to traumatic life events. A traumatic event is one that threatens injury, death, or the physical integrity of self or others and also causes horror, terror, or helplessness at the time it occurs.
Psychological War Trauma and Society will be of key value for academics and postgraduate students in the fields of psychology, sociology, history, Jewish studies, military studies, social work, terrorism studies and political science, as well as professionals who work with traumatised individuals, either directly or indirectly, including.
Psychological War Trauma and Society: Like a hidden wound - Ebook written by Irit Keynan. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Psychological War Trauma and Society: Like a hidden : Irit Keynan.
Epidemiologic research into consequences of war trauma established that posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), although the most frequent, was rarely the only psychological disorder among the general population of war-stricken countries () and that women had noticeably poorer mental health than the rest of the population (2,7).Cited by: In War Trauma, the third volume in A Vietnam Trilogy, he looks at what military and mental health professionals should have learned from the Vietnam War and prior wars for insights to help people who are now in the military or in the healing professions, and their families and communities, to deal with today's realities of combat and its aftermath.5/5(6).
Many millions of people are affected by the trauma of war. Psychologists have a good understanding of how experiences of war impact on memory, but the significance of external environmental influences is often disregarded. Memory, War and Trauma focuses on our understanding of the psychosocial impact of war in its broadest sense.
Nigel C. Hunt argues that, in order to understand war trauma.This book examines Okinawan war memory through the lens of Medoruma’s war fiction, and pays particular attention to the issues of second-generation war survivorship and transgenerational by: 5.When trauma reaches a level where it negatively impacts entire societies or groups of people, it is called collective trauma.
Situations that may lead to collective trauma include war, mass.