6 edition of Refugees:The Trauma of Exile found in the catalog.
February 9, 1989
Written in English
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By: David Green Source: Haaretz “Salt Houses,” by Hala Alyan, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, pp., $ The reader who approaches “Salt Houses,” debut novelist Hala Alyan’s multi-generational portrait of a Palestinian family in exile, with expectations of grand pronouncements about right and wrong, or victim and perpetrator, will be disappointed. Early studies showed that post-migration stress contributed to the poor mental health of refugees. 5 – 7 Recent work has verified that post-migration stress significantly influences the emotional well-being of refugees, and often provides a risk similar to or greater than war-related trauma. Pre- and post-migration stress may.
The bestselling novel that follows a rare manuscript through centuries of exile and war, from the author of The Secret Chord and of March, winner of the Pulitzer Prize. Inspired by a true story, People of the Book is a novel of sweeping historical grandeur and intimate emotional intensity by an acclaimed and beloved author. Called "a tour de force"by the San Francisco Chronicle, this ambitious 4/4(). After an overview building on trauma studies and use of diaspora/forced migration anthropology to illuminate the otherwise opaque exile, this chapter surveys several texts most clearly datable to that period, including Lamentations, Ezekiel, Second Isaiah (Isaiah , ), and texts associated with the deposed monarchy (e.g. Psalm 89 and the conclusion to Kings in 2 Kgs ).
Get this from a library! Bible through the lens of trauma. [Elizabeth Boase; Christopher G Frechette;] -- "In recent years there has been a surge of interest in trauma, trauma theory, and its application to the biblical text. This collection of essays explores the usefulness of using trauma theory as a. 1. Introduction. Many North Korean refugees often report having experienced traumatic events in North Korea, especially during their escape from North Korea  and after settling in South Korea .In particular, research has found that % of adult North Korean refugees have experienced or witnessed life-threatening events .Among young North Korean refugees, 71% reported having experienced Cited by: 4.
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Refugees:The Trauma of Exile th Edition by D. Miserez (Editor) ISBN Refugees – the trauma of exile. Refugees – the trauma of exile is a compilation of papers from a five-day Red Cross workshop that I organised with the help of the International Catholic Child Bureau.
It was held at Vitznau, on the shore of Lake Lucerne, in October The book was published at a time that PTSD – the occurrence of post-traumatic stress disorders – was still practically unknown. Refugees - The Trauma of Exile Based on a Workshop on Psycho-Social and Medical Needs of Refugees/Asylum Seekers and How to Meet Them.
Faith, Hope and Courage - the great strengths of refugees Two people who held an important place in my life, the late Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan and the late Dr. Helen Bamber, urged me to write about my experiences in the refugee field. Refugees--the trauma of exile: the humanitarian role of Red Cross and Red Crescent.
The qualitative analysis that was the result of this case study allows us to develop an understanding of the various processes of coping with trauma and exile that are at play in within-group interactions between Syrian community members in applied theatre, against a background of authoritarian rule, collective violence, and forced : Sofie de Smet, Sofie de Smet, Cécile Rousseau, Christel Stalpaert, Lucia De Haene.
It reviews the concept of the refugee and the international protection of refugees from the unconventional angle of the prospects and limitations of multilateralism in the post Cold War era.
The broadening concept of security, affecting the attitudes of states towards refugees, is the underlying theme of the book. A qualitative analysis of coping with trauma and exile in applied theatre with Syrian refugees: The role of within-group interactions Author links open overlay panel Sofie de Smet a b Cécile Rousseau c Christel Stalpaert b Lucia De Haene aAuthor: Sofie de Smet, Sofie de Smet, Cécile Rousseau, Christel Stalpaert, Lucia De Haene.
"An enormous achievement. The Empire of Trauma offers not only an understanding of the anthropology of the concept of trauma in general, but also a very interesting discussion of the development of values and value systems in our globalized world.
This is one of the best books I have read in a long time on the issue of trauma."—David Becker, Free University Berlin. So Carthage was my first book by Joyce Carol Oates and to be honest I didn’t expect much.
The lukewarm average review, a thriller but on sale, so in a way, faith has decided:). All that has changed completely, when the characters began to take over the story/5. Vietnam Refugees: The Trauma of Exile. Nhu, Tran Tuong. Civil Rights Digest, 9, 1,F Discusses such topics as the circumstances under which Vietnamese refugees arrived in the U.S., how they were processed by immigrant authorities and relocated, conflicts between mainstream U.S.
culture and Vietnamese culture, the political attitudes Cited by: 6. "[T]his book presents a well-reasoned discourse on the concepts of trauma, trauma-related disorders, treatment and their relationships to social, political and economic considerations.
It will appeal to scholars in a number of disciplines including anthropology, psychiatry, psychology, history and sociology."Cited by: Rangaraj, A.
The health status of refugees in South East Asia. In D. Miserez (Ed.), Refugees: The trauma of exile: the humanitarian role of Red Cross and Red Crescent (pp. 39–44). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff. Google ScholarCited by: The Refugees is a book that needs to be read: it is astonishingly good.” —Donal O’Donoghue, RT Guide (Ireland) “A timely look at lives of outsiders in America [Nguyen’s] understanding of the refugee tragedy is profound.
and searing insights into the trauma of war and the long chill of exile, the assault on identity and. Exile Music by Jennifer Steil is an excellent historical fiction that covers a different, and fascinating, aspect of the atrocities that the Jewish people faced in Europe during the s-WWII.
This book focusses on a Jewish family with the main character being a young girl named Orly/5. In reclaiming these narratives of exile and return, this book challenges and exposes, in an exciting and innovative way, those orthodox views that explain Caribbean migration through the labor demands of international capital or the vagaries of the home economy.
An analysis of psychiatric ailments among refugees and asylum seekers in Spain Refugees the Trauma of Exile. The humanitarian role of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Jan Maps of Memory: Trauma, Identity and Exile in Deportation Memoirs from the Baltic States. Top 10 refugees' stories The current trauma of displaced people on the move in Europe is nothing new, and accounts of forced migration have.
Abstract. The process of arrest, torture, release, flight, and exile involves trauma at many levels. Insofar as humans are social beings, this trauma can be understood, not only as an assault on the individual person, but also an assault on the links and connections between people and the patterns of relationships through which people define themselves and give meaning to their lives.
1Cited by:. Smet, Sofie de, Cécile Rousseau, Christel Stalpaert, and Lucia De Haene. “A Qualitative Analysis of Coping with Trauma and Exile in Applied Theatre with Syrian Refugees: The Role of within-Group Interactions.” THE ARTS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY Author: Sofie de Smet, Sofie de Smet, Cécile Rousseau, Christel Stalpaert, Lucia De Haene.To review evidence of trauma and exile-related mental health in young refugees from the Middle East.
A review of four empirical studies: i) a qualitative study of 11 children from torture Author: Edith Montgomery. Objective: This paper explores the impact of pre-migration trauma, post-migration living difficulties and social support on the current mental health of 63 resettled Sudanese refugees.
Method: A semistructured interview including questionnaires assessing sociodemographic information, pre-migration trauma, anxiety, depression and posttraumatic stress, post-migration living difficulties and Cited by: