Author: Nigel C. Hunt
Date Released: 2010
Page Count: 244
Isbn10 Code: 0521887844
Isbn13 Code: 9780521887847
Review "An imaginative and highly readable introduction to the study of the lifelong personal consequences of war. The author demonstrates a lively personal engagement with his subject and has the necessary wide range of interests, from the biological and social sciences to the humanities, to do it justice." --Peter G. Coleman, Professor of Psychogerontology, University of Southampton "Nigel Hunt's Memory, War and Trauma is a must-read for military and other psychologists and mental health workers together with many others, including historians, social scientists and writers, who may have an interest in the topic. The book provides a very readable overview of the area with a particular focus on the roles of personal narrative and social discourse and on the perspective shown from literature." --Dr. Jamie Hacker Hughes, Head of Defence Clinical Psychology, Ministry of Defence "....provides a useful practical tum, in exploring the ways individuals who have suffered from traumatic stress use the experience to promote personality growth and self-awareness.... explores the challenges of working with traumatized individuals as they age, and the ways that the aging process can affect prior coping mechanisms. This is an important interdisciplinary work on trauma that is both clinically rigorous and humanistically sharp. It is a valuable addition to the growing trauma studies literature.... Highly recommended...." --A. W. Klink, Duke University, CHOICE "....Memory, War and Trauma provides an interesting thesis for consideration by researchers and clinicians.... Hunt clearly develops the text in order to provide a resource to help victims of war trauma grow and to better place their experiences in light of their life narrative in the society and times in which they live. Instructors, researchers, and therapists should find this text of interest." --Jeffrey Scherrer, PsycCRITIQUES "....Hunt's book, Memory, War and Trauma highlights the limitations of current empirical approaches to studying war trauma and presents a narrative methodology that he argues will better capture the unique individual experience of trauma.... this book will be a benefit to psychologists who study and treat individuals touched by war because it will encourage them to think beyond traditional approaches to research and treatment." --Andrea R. Ashbaugh and Alain Brunet, Canadian Psychology/ Psychologie Canadienne Book Description The traumatic experiences of war affect vast numbers of people. Memory, War and Trauma is a compelling book which argues that, if we wish to understand the psychological response to war, we have to take into account the social and cultural factors that impact on this response.
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