Violent Reverberations: Global Modalities of Trauma

The contributions to this volume map the surprisingly multifarious circumstances in which trauma is invoked – as an analytical tool, a therapeutic term or as a discursive trope. By doing so, we critically engage the far too often individuating aspects of trauma, as well as the assumption of a univ... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Broch-Due, Vigdis [editor]
Weitere Körperschaften: SpringerLink (Online service)
Weitere Personen: Bertelsen, Bjørn Enge [editor]
Format: E-Buch
Sprache: English
Veröffentlicht: Cham Springer International Publishing 2016, 2016
Beschreibung: XV, 279 p online resource
Ausgabe: 1st ed. 2016
Serien: Culture, Mind, and Society
Schlagworte: Ethnology
Medical Sociology
History of Psychology
Social medicine
Psychology / History
Social Anthropology
Medical anthropology
Medical Anthropology
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505 0 |a Violent Reverberations: An Introduction to Our Trauma Scenarios -- Chapter 2: Trauma, Violence, Memory. Reflections on the bodily, the self and the social -- Chapter 3: Universalizing Trauma Descendant Legacies: A Comparative Study of Jewish-Israeli and Cambodian Genocide Descendant Legacies -- Chapter 4: Social Trauma, National Mourning, and Collective Guilt in Post-Authoritarian Argentina -- Chapter 5: Organising Norwegian psychiatry: security as a colonizing regime -- Chapter 6: Dis-assembling the social: The Politics of Affective Violence in Memorandum Greece -- Chapter 7: Re-Assessing the Silent Treatment: Emotional Expression, Preventive Health and the Care of Others and the Self -- Chapter 8: Multisemic speech genres as vehicles for re-inscribing meaning in post-conflict societies. A Mozambican case -- Chapter 9: Violence, Fear and Impunity in Post-War Guatemala -- Chapter 10: Laughter without borders: embodied memory and pan-humanism in a post-traumatic age. 
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