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by Dan Bar-On

  • ISBN: 9639116343
  • Category: World
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Dan Bar-On
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Central European University Press (October 20, 1999)
  • Pages: 328
  • ePub book: 1316 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1450 kb
  • Other: txt doc lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 355

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Second, the undiscussable, as it appears in the transmission, from generation to generation, of the traumatic experiences of the families of both Holocaust survivors and Nazi perpetrators

Second, the undiscussable, as it appears in the transmission, from generation to generation, of the traumatic experiences of the families of both Holocaust survivors and Nazi perpetrators. The book shows how descendants can work through the burden of the past by confronting themselves and each other through a prolonged group encounter. The book provides a unique way of looking at individual and life experiences.

The Indescribable and the Undiscussable: Reconstructing Human Discourse After Trauma – електронна книга, написана от Dan Bar-On

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Dan Bar-On is Professor of Psychology at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel where he is the . Currently, he is involved with several studies concerning psychological aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the possibility of its resolution.

Dan Bar-On is Professor of Psychology at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel where he is the Chair of a new center for Dialog Between Populations in Conflict.

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People - laymen and practitioners alike - face serious difficulties in making sense of each other's feelings, behaviour, and discourse in everyday life and after traumatic experiences. Acknowledging and working through these difficulties is the subject of this book. Second, the undiscussable, as it appears in the transmission, from generation to generation, of the traumatic experiences of the families of both Holocaust survivors and Nazi perpetrators, the book showing how their descendants can work through the burden of the past by confronting themselves and each other through a prolonged group encounter.

Bar-On is never hesitant to re-examine(and have others critique)his own interpretations

Bar-On is never hesitant to re-examine(and have others critique)his own interpretations. By making his own reflections vulnerable to criticism and revision he sheds light on how his "subjects" did or did not accomplish the same and thereby may teach the willing reader this most important of skills. I have only read the first chapter of Bar-on's book, but that in itself makes the book worth reading. This is the story of three Israeli soldiers and a Bedouin partner finding their way in an uncharted desert terrain, each with a different strategy.

Items related to The Indescribable and the Undiscussable: Reconstructing. Dan Bar-On The Indescribable and the Undiscussable: Reconstructing Human Discourse after Trauma. ISBN 13: 9789639116344. I was put in mind in reading this amazing book by Dan Bar-on of a truly great painting, one that can make you cry while also puzzling you and demanding from you every ounce of wisdom even to begin to understand. Bar-On is never hesitant to re-examine (and have others critique) his own interpretations.

By providing a unique way of looking at life experiences, embedded in a variety of social contexts, this book suggests a new psychosocial theoretical framework which can be used by both laymen and professionals when confronted by troublesome issues that require acknowledgement.

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Brazil Brazil
I have only read the first chapter of Bar-on's book, but that in itself makes the book worth reading. This is the story of three Israeli soldiers and a Bedouin partner finding their way in an uncharted desert terrain, each with a different strategy. The story and its analysis is a stunning and amazingly explicit example of different perspectives, how each of the individuals learn to understand and appreciate one another, and most of all to recognize when each view is most useful depending on the situation. I highly recommend the book if only for this one chapter--there's nothing like it.
Zulurr Zulurr
I was put in mind in reading this amazing book by Dan Bar-on of a truly great painting, one that can make you cry while also puzzling you and demanding from you every ounce of wisdom even to begin to understand. From relatively "soft" or easy cases such as the analysis of literal pathfinding in the Sinai, the author moves through an incredible array of examples ranging from the almost trivial (two people exchanging glances on a train) to how to begin to make sense deep within the most emotional possible of human contexts (sexually-abused children, children of both Holocaust survivors and perpetrators). Bar-On is never hesitant to re-examine(and have others critique)his own interpretations. By making his own reflections vulnerable to criticism and revision he sheds light on how his "subjects" did or did not accomplish the same and thereby may teach the willing reader this most important of skills.