Moving from a theoretical action science approach, the authors propose a community-oriented intervention model designed to prevent and limit traumatic reactions in children exposed to war and military violence. A case study of 500 Palestinian children from the Tulkarm Region (West Bank) to illustrate the intervention model and future directions are discussed.

Veronese, G., Castiglioni, M., Said, M. (2010). The use of narrative-experiential instruments in contexts of military violence: The case of Palestinian children in the West Bank. COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY QUARTERLY, 23(4), 411-423 [10.1080/09515070.2010.529678].

The use of narrative-experiential instruments in contexts of military violence: The case of Palestinian children in the West Bank

VERONESE, GUIDO
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CASTIGLIONI, MARCO;SAID, MAHMUD
2010

Abstract

Moving from a theoretical action science approach, the authors propose a community-oriented intervention model designed to prevent and limit traumatic reactions in children exposed to war and military violence. A case study of 500 Palestinian children from the Tulkarm Region (West Bank) to illustrate the intervention model and future directions are discussed.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
Action sciences; Intervention; Military violence; Palestinian children;
English
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Veronese, G., Castiglioni, M., Said, M. (2010). The use of narrative-experiential instruments in contexts of military violence: The case of Palestinian children in the West Bank. COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY QUARTERLY, 23(4), 411-423 [10.1080/09515070.2010.529678].
Veronese, G; Castiglioni, M; Said, M
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