Browsing by Subject "trauma"

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  • Atherton, Stephen James (2009)
    Here, I explore the domestication of masculine identities that occurs within the British Army, and the transitions that take place upon re-entry into civilian life. Through oral accounts I highlight how men renegotiate ...
  • Jenny (2002-08-01)
    Traumatic events demand a response that recognizes their impact rather than one that moves rapidly to forgetting the trauma or incorporating it into existing narratives. This article explores four reactions to the events ...
  • Grice, Helena; Woods, Timothy Stephen (2012-10-01)
    Following Richard Rorty's lead, this article does not foreground debates on human rights to the exclusion of the literary; instead, it examines bodies of literature that articulate and express these concerns about human ...
  • Jenny (2006-12-01)
    This chapter explores what is left out when we examine Northern Ireland as a problem with causes to which there might be solutions. It argues that constituting it this way, as ‘the troubles’, already contributes to the ...
  • Edkins, Jenny (2013-05)
    The faces of the missing are held aloft on placards in demonstrations or posted on walls in the aftermath of disappearances. They appear massed on the pages of newspapers and in the displays of genocide museums. Often ...
  • Cashman, Nicky (Aberystwyth UniversityEnglish Literature, 2008)
    The primary historical focus of this thesis falls in the years between 1940 and 1970. My main area of interest lies in the individual subject and how that child, adolescent or adult functions in particular situations and ...
  • Starman, Hannah (Aberystwyth UniversityInternational Politics, 2001)
    The thinking that resulted in this thesis has its roots in the first televised images that marked my childhood. The destruction of Beirut under the Israeli fire was the news item during my first school holidays. I was ...