This study uses projective techniques, observations and interviews
to analyze the way in which the events of the Intifada are
psychologically registered and processed in the minds of
Palestinian preadolescents. The Intifada is not only a political
event but has also become a mental state and has affected the
children's self image. The political conflict has been internalized
and in this sense this work falls within the realm of political
psychology. The psychological impact of the Intifada on the
children is examined against a wider context: the psychocultural
background, the psychological dimension of child development, the
psychological effects of stress and the psychosocial implications
of being a refugee.
Peter Lang Pub Inc
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||Ethnien-Regionen-Konflikte S., v. 4
||210 x 148mm (L x W)
Social sciences >
Social, group or collective psychology
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