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Victimhood, vengefulness, and the culture of forgiveness

Author: Ivan Urlic; Miriam E Berger; Avi Berman
Publisher: Hauppauge, N.Y. : Nova Science Publishers, 2010.
Series: Psychiatry- theory, applications, and treatments series.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ivan Urlic; Miriam E Berger; Avi Berman
ISBN: 9781608761913 1608761916
OCLC Number: 455157193
Description: 216 pages ; 27 cm.
Contents: Introduction : personal motivations, how this book came into being? --
Victimhood as psychopathology : diagnosis and interpretation point of view --
Victimhood as a plea for acknowledgement and justice : the emphatic point of view --
Victimhood : sociopolitical implications --
The common negative reaction towards vengeful wishes --
Placing revenge in a continuum from normal to pathological --
The sociopolitical aspect of processing vengeful wishes --
Aggression and its aftermath : trans-generational transmission of negative feelings prejudices, myths enmity --
Trauma and reparation : the healing potential of psychodynamic understanding and therapeutic approach --
To overcome conflicts : creating space for compassion, empathy and forgiveness in the process of reconciliation.
Series Title: Psychiatry- theory, applications, and treatments series.
Responsibility: editors, Ivan Urlic, Miriam Berger, Avi Berman.

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