Strangled Cry: The Communication and Experience of Trauma
The chapters in this collection seek to set up meaningful dialogue between scholars in the field of trauma studies. The goal is to create conversations that add to a critical appraisal of the primary theme. Communication being crucial in this context, the intention of this compilation is to reflect in its chapter divisions an exchange of ideas about a crucial topic in human history. By history is meant not only knowledge dealing with past events related to the human race but also history as 'his-story' - the personal narrative of a particular person.Hence the fifteen chapters, divided into three sections, move from the individual response, which often seeks a collective voice, to a search for resolution of trauma.
Counseling Psychology | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Nanda, Aparajita and Bray, Peter, "Strangled Cry: The Communication and Experience of Trauma" (2013). Faculty Book Gallery. 105.