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Collective trauma, collective healing promotion community resilience in the aftermath of disaster

Author: Jack Saul
Publisher: New York [u.a.] Routledge 2014
Series: Trauma studies
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Internetausg.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Saul
ISBN: 9780415884174 0415884179 9780415884167 0415884160
OCLC Number: 1075719298
Description: XVIII, 198 S.
Contents: Introduction: Collective Trauma, Resilience and Recovery Part I: Collective Trauma and Recovery: Global Perspectives 1. Families and Generations 2. Refugees in New York City: From Clinic to Community 3. Promoting Family and Community Resilience in Post War Kosovo Part II: From Global to Local: Urban Terrorism in Lower Manhattan 4. 9/11: The First Three Weeks 5. School and Community: Forging Collaboration 6. Promoting Collective Recovery 7. Community Initiated Recovery Activities 8. Collective Narration and Performance Part III: War and Migration - Little Liberia, Staten Island, NY 9. Little Liberia: Fostering Community Resilience 10. Seeking Truth and Justice.
Series Title: Trauma studies
Responsibility: Jack Saul.
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"Jack Saul shows professionals how to build community programs that employ primordial human tactics to forge increased community resilience. This book has that rare ability to produce a paradigm Read more...

 
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