Trauma and Repair: Confronting Segregation and Violence in America (Psychoanalytic Studies: Clinical) (Paperback)

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Trauma and Repair: Confronting segregation and violence in America is an interview-based interdisciplinary exploration of complex trauma in low-income communities and neighborhoods in Baltimore, Maryland; Oakland, California; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Elaine, Arkansas. Moving fluidly between the respondents' life narratives and clinical and academic perspectives on trauma and inequality, Stopford depicts multidimensional and intergenerational trauma, including prolonged economic injustice and repeated exposure to community violence. Written in an accessible and engaging style that draws on insights from sociology, public health, history, legal studies, and clinical psychoanalysis, this original study is a vital addition to the literature on inequality and poverty in the United States.

About the Author


Annie Stopford, Ph.D., is independent scholar.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781498565615
ISBN-10: 1498565611
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication Date: December 17th, 2021
Pages: 200
Language: English
Series: Psychoanalytic Studies: Clinical