The Nazi Holocaust: Intergenerational Memory of the Holocaust; N.C. Auerhahn, D. Laub. World War II: Conflicts in Adjustment: World War II Prisoners of War and Their Families; M.M. Bernstein. Genocide: The Turkish Genocided of the Armenians: Continuing Effects on Survivors and Their Families Eight Decades after Massive Trauma; D. Kupelian, et al. The Vietnam War: Warrior Fathers and Warrior Sons: Intergenerational Aspects of trauma; R. Rosenheck, A. Fontana. Intergenerational Effects Revealed After the Fall of Communism: Intergenerational Aspects in the Conflict in Former Yugoslavia; E. Klain. Indigenous People: Intergenerational Aspects of Trauma for Australian Aboriginal People; B. Raphael, et al. Repressive Regimes: Stalin's Purge and Its Impact on Russian Families; K.G. Baker, J.B. Gippenreitner. Domestic Violence and Crime: Intergenerational Child Maltreatment; A. Buchanan. Infectious and Life-Threatening Diseases: AIDS and Its traumatic Effects on Families; B. Draimin, et al. The Emerging Biology of Intergenerational Trauma: Psychobiology of Intergenerational effects of Trauma: Evidence from Animal Studies; S.J. Suomi, S. Levine. Conclusion. 28 Additional Chapters. Index.
In this extraordinary new text, the contributors explore the enduring legacy of such social shocks as war, genocide, slavery, tyranny, crime, and disease. Among the cases addressed are: instances of genocide in Turkey, Cambodia, and Russia, the plight of the families of Holocaust survivors, atomic bomb survivors in Japan, and even the children of Nazis, the long-term effects associated with the Vietnam War and the war in Yugoslavia, and the psychology arising from the legacy of slavery in America.
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