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Cultural-historical psychology: interdisciplinary research perspectives & social practices

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISBN: 978-5-94051-174-8

Published in 2017

 

Using cultural-historical activity theory to explore trauma among refugee populations in Europe

Womersley G., Masters in Clinical Psychology, postgraduate, , Institute of Psychology and Education University of Neuchatel, Neuchatel, Switzerland, Gail.womersley@gmail.com

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Europe is living through a refugee crisis of historic proportions which has now become one of the continent’s defining challenges of the early 21st century. Not least among the difficulties are the public health challenges of the multiple traumas faced by this population which constitute severe threats to human, social, cultural, and community development.

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