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Trauma and attachment in the kindertransport context : German-Jewish child refugees' accounts of displacement and acculturation in Britain

Author: Iris Guske
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The present volume is the result of an interdisciplinary oral history research project, which was carried out at the Centre for German-Jewish Studies at the University of Sussex.

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Genre/Form: Autobiography
Personal Narrative
Longitudinal studies
Personal narratives
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Guske, Iris.
Trauma and attachment in the kindertransport context.
Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2009
(OCoLC)705816183
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Iris Guske
ISBN: 9781443805032 1443805033
OCLC Number: 319210082
Description: xv, 301 pages
Contents: Cover --
TABLE OF CONTENTS --
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS --
CHAPTER ONE --
PART 1 THE KINDERTRANSPORT RESCUE OPERATION: THE LARGEST CHILD MIGRATION EVER? --
1. CHILD REFUGEES FROM LEFT- AND RIGHT-WING DICTATORSHIPS --
2. CHILD REFUGEES FROM CIVIL WARS --
3. ENFORCED EMIGRATION AND MASS EVACUATIONS OF CHILDREN CAUSED BY NAZI GERMANY --
PART 2 THE KINDERTRANSPORT EXPERIENCE: NARRATIVES PUNCTUATED AND TRUNCATED BY SEQUENTIAL TRAUMATISATION --
1. DEVELOPMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OF EXTREME TRAUMATISATION --
2. IMMEDIATE TRAUMA SEQUELAE SUFFERED BY REFUGEES AND/OR EVACUEES --
3. AFTER THE HOLOCAUST: COPING WITH FINAL LOSSES --
PART 3 KINDERTRANSPORT DIALOGUE: CROSS-CULTURAL AND PERSONAL PERSPECTIVES --
1. RESEARCH AND PERSONAL QUESTIONS --
2. IRRECONCILABLE APPROACHES: "FEELINGS" VERSUS STATISTICS --
3. ADOPTION OF A NARRATIVE APPROACH TO KINDERTRANSPORT RESEARCH: EARLY INFLUENCES --
CHAPTER TWO --
1. EXPLORATIONS AND EXPLANATIONS --
2. FROM BOWLBY TO GROUNDED THEORY AND BACK --
3. FROM GROUNDED THEORY TO BOWLBY AND BACK --
4. PIAGET, ERIKSON, AND BOWLBY: CONVERGENT AND --
6. THE INTEGRATION OF TRAUMA RESEARCH ANDNEUROSCIENCE WITH ATTACHMENT --
7. THE APPLICABILITY OF ATTACHMENT THEORY IN THE KINDERTRANSPORT CONTEXT --
8. LIMITATIONS OF A CASE-STUDY APPROACH INVOLVING --
CHAPTER THREE --
PART 1 INSECURE ATTACHMENT AND THE HELPLESSNESS, HOPELESSNESS DIMENSION --
1. ATTACHMENT STYLE,MENTALISING CAPACITIES, AND GENERAL --
2. RELATIONAL BONDS, AUTOBIOGRAPHIC MEMORY, AND COHERENCE OF THE SELF --
3. TRANSMISSION OF THE HELPLESSNESS, HOPELESSNESS DYNAMIC --
4. SEVERED ATTACHMENT BONDS,MALADAPTIVE STRESS RESPONSES, AND PREDISPOSITION TOWARDS PATHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT --
PART 2 THE POWERFUL DYNAMIC OF OSTRACISM AND THE SHAME-RAGE DIMENSION --
1. SOCIAL EXCLUSION, NON-ACCULTURATION, --
2. DEPRESSION AND HOPELESSNESS AS MEDIATORS OF SUICIDAL IDEATION --
3. SHAME, ANGER, AND HELPLESS HUMILIATION --
4. REJECTION SENSITIVITY, HUMILIATED FURY, --
CHAPTER FOUR --
1. ORIGINS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF INSECURE-DISMISSIVE ATTACHMENT --
2. ATTACHMENT AND EARLY LOSS --
3. DISSOCIATION AS A DEFENSIVE STRATEGY --
4. DISMISSIVE ATTACHMENT, TRAUMA, AND DISSOCIATION --
5. A COMPLIANT SELF: SUCCESSFUL ACCULTURATION --
6. RELIGIOUS ATTACHMENT --
7. (DIS-)INTEGRATION OF TRAUMA, SURVIVORSHIP, AND SURVIOR GUILT --
CHAPTER FIVE --
1. REAL AND FICTIONAL NARRATIVE IDENTITIES --
2. ORIGINS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF SECURE ATTACHMENT --
3. HOLDING AND EMBEDDEDNESS AS MEDIATORS OF SELF-REGULATORY POWERS --
4. SHIFTING BETWEEN SECURE AND DISORGANISED PATTERNS OF ATTACHMENT --
5. ARTISTIC EXPRESSIONS OF UNRESOLVED GRIEF --
6. QUEST FOR SUBSTITUTE ATTACHMENTS, EARNED SECURITY, AND MULTIPLE WORKING MODELS --
7. IDENTITY STATUS AND VALIDATION --
8. PAST AND PRESENT,MALE AND FEMALE PERSPECTIVES: FITS AND MISFITS --
9. COPING STRATEGIES: ATTACHMENT MODELS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH AND CLINICAL PRACTICE --
BIBLIOGRAPHY --
KINDERTRANSPORT BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Responsibility: by Iris Guske.

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