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Editors: Kathryn Gow (Consulting Psychologist, Regional Australia), Marek Celinski (Private Practice, Toronto)
Book Description:
For those who think that 2012 is the year for Armageddon, then you might take courage from this book on mass trauma and its companion book on individual trauma. The stories about disasters and traumas in the book span the globe, with a focus on the people from Australia, African, Bangladesh, New Zealand, Japan, Sri Lanka, and the USA. This book comes at a time when mass disasters and mass trauma abound. It is impossible to turn on the television and not see incidents of floods, earthquakes, wildfires, avalanches, and every kind of natural disaster, competing with air space with the latest updates on wars, terrorism, mass murders, civil unrest, famine and mass migration.

The authors speak passionately about mass disasters and mass traumas, they argue about the best way of assisting communities during and after disasters and traumas on a large scale. They talk about the presence and absence of resilience and the need to keep recovery in perspective and to ‘watch our language’ when we speak about post traumatic stress disorders. Almost all authors will join the admonition that communities should be not only involved in recovery, but encouraged to instigate new ways of operating in a post-disaster community.

We hope that readers will feel more empowered after reading the discussions about resilience, courage and solidarity to handle whatever comes their way, and we recommend the companion text on Individual Trauma by the same editors and publisher. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-ix

Poem: The Tsunami of Despair
(Peter Sugen)pp. xi-xii

Part 1: Trauma Related Theory pp. 1-2

Chapter 1. Overview: Mass Trauma Affects Whole Communities
(Kathryn Gow) pp. 3-20

Chapter 2. Implementing Collective Approaches to Massive Trauma and Loss in Western Contexts
(Saliha Bava and Jack Saul)pp. 21-40

Chapter 3. Rethinking the Moral Positioning of Trauma Work
(Stevan Weine)pp. 41-54

Chapter 4. Using the Individualism-Collectivism Construct to Understand Cultural Differences in PTSD
(Nuwan Jayawickreme, Eranda Jayawickreme and Edna Foa)pp. 55-76

Chapter 5. Assessing Resilience in the Aftermath of Mass Trauma
(Marek Celinski, Lyle Allen III, and Kathryn Gow)pp. 77-92


Part 2: Effects of Man Made Trauma: War, Genocide, Murder and Terrorism pp. 93-94

Chapter 6. Effects of Mass Homicide on Communities
(Sandra Sacre)pp. 95-110

Chapter 7. The Legacy of the Nazi Holocaust Within a Theoretical Trauma Framework
(Janine Lurie-Beck)pp. 111-124

Chapter 8. Cambodia 30 Years On: A Country Recovering From Genocide
(Roslyn Roberts) pp. 125-138

Chapter 9. Mass Disaster Response: How Impending Health Catastrophes in the Displaced Populations of Post-War Sri Lanka were Averted
(Eeshara Kottegoda Vithana and Loyal Pattuwage)pp. 139-158

Chapter 10. 21st Century Warfare: Can Deployment Resilience Assist the Return to Civilian Life?
(Jacques Gouws)pp. 159-174

Chapter 11. Healing Fields and Field of Flags: Commemoration of 9/11 and War in Heterotopian Space/Place
(Catherine Collins)pp. 175-194

Part 3: Community Resilience and Disasters pp. 195-196

Chapter 12. What Makes Children Resilient and Resourceful Despite Family Adversity and Trauma in High Risk Populations?
(Karol Kumpfer and Qing-qing Hu)pp. 197-222

Chapter 13. Main Trends in Resilience and Trauma Recovery with Children, Adolescents and Families
(Vladimír Kebza and Iva Šolcová, Department of Psychology, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic, and others)pp. 223-236

Chapter 14. Recognising and Assisting Children at Risk of PTSD Following Natural Disasters
(Heather Mohay and Nicole Forbes)pp. 237-256

Chapter 15. When Community Resilience Breaks Down after Natural Disasters
(Kathryn Gow and Heather Mohay)pp. 257-280

Chapter 16. Facilitating Successful Community-led Recovery after Disasters
(Suzanne Vallance)pp. 281-296

Part 4: Trauma Impact and Recovery in Refugee Populations pp. 297-298

Chapter 17. Towards Dialogic Trauma Work
(Stevan Weine)pp. 299-312

Chapter 18. From Trauma Victims to Survivors: The Positive Psychology of Refugee Mental Health
Eranda Jayawickreme, Nuwan Jayawickreme, and Martin Seligman pp. 313-330

Chapter 19. Trauma and Survival in African Humanitarian Entrants to Australia
(Alicia Copping and Jane Shakespeare-Finch)pp. 331-348

Chapter 20. Resilience and Resourcefulness as Facilitators of Adjustment in Immigrants during Times of Adversity
(Giorgio Ilacqua, Marek Celinski, and Lyle Allen III)pp. 349-364

Addendum: Questions To Be Explored When Assessing The Resilience Of A Community Post Disaster
(Ron Frey)pp. 365-374

Index pp. 375-396

   Series:
      Natural Disaster Research, Prediction and Mitigation
      Psychology Research Progress
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012
   Pages: 405, 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-62081-557-1
   Status: AV
  
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