Individual and Community Responses to Trauma and Disaster

17 Individual and community reactions to the Kentucky floods : findings from a longitudinal study of older adults FRAN H. NORRIS , JAMES F. PHIFER and KRZYSZTOF KANIASTY In June 1981 , south - eastern Kentucky experienced serious and ...

Author: Robert J. Ursano

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521556439

Category: Medical

Page: 436

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The aims of this book are twofold: to improve understanding of the human experience of trauma, whether at the level of the individual or the community, and to help those who are its victims. The range of issues covered is impressive, from the biological basis of post-traumatic stress reactions, through practical strategies for prevention and treatment, to the psychosocial and fictional construction of terror. Wherever possible the editors have sought to impart understanding, order, and predictability to the experience of trauma and disasters in the belief that the way to recovery is through the mastery of chaotic events. This book will serve and inform clinicians, administrators and research workers in psychiatry, psychology, public health and related areas.

Individual and Community

Only after the wilderness had been subdued and the spiritual solidarity of the community established could the individual afford the self - indulgent luxury of the quest for internal harmony . Yet the wilderness is never subdued ...

Author: Kenneth Huntress Baldwin

Publisher: Durham, N. C. : Duke University Press

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 222

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The contributors to Individual and Community attempt to illuminate aspects of the individual-community relationship. Though different in focus and approach, the essays themselves express a "community" of concern, a concern which includes not just the situations of characters in fictional worlds, but one which touches the relationship of both novelists and reader to a world of words. The essays are intended to point to the continuity of an important theme in American fiction and to offer insight into the variety of philosophical and literary strategies utilized in significant works of significant authors in dealing with the question of the individual and the community.

Individual and Community in Nietzsche s Philosophy

Instead, it is an organism composed of those committed to individual perfection, a project that will further the ... The community he most idealizes is not a political unit, but an emergent product of individual commitments, ...

Author: Julian Young

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107049857

Category: Philosophy

Page: 247

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The ten essays that comprise this volume wrestle with the tension between the individual and the community in Nietzsche's philosophy.

Individual and Community in Paul s Letter to the Romans

His vision for individual life within community is richer than that.54 B. The Argument of this Book in Outline The argument of this book unfolds in four steps . First , in chapter two I provide a detailed analysis of the debate that ...

Author: Ben C. Dunson

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 9783161520570

Category: Religion

Page: 244

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Revision of the author's thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Durham (England), 2011.

Catalog of Federal Programs for Individual and Community Improvement

NATURE AND PURPOSE OF PROGRAM The long - range objective of every Community Action Program is to effect a permanent increase in the capacity of individuals , groups , and communities afflicted by poverty to deal effectively with their ...

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Category: Economic assistance, Domestic

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A description of governmental programs to help individuals and communities meet their own goals for economic and social development.

Federal Programs for Individual and Community Advancement

“ Federal Programs for Individual and Community Advancement " also lists some of the major programs that individuals can use to better prepare themselves for the new jobs and improved living conditions that are generated by community ...

Author: United States. Department of Agriculture. Office of Information

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Category: Economic assistance, Domestic

Page: 53

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Innovative Approaches to Individual and Community Resilience

Resilience may be better understood as the opportunity and capacity of individuals to navigate their way to ... Social Perspective: Adger (2000) defines social resilience as the “the ability of groups or communities to cope with ...

Author: Darlyne G. Nemeth

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0128039132

Category: Psychology

Page: 198

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Resilience is a biopsychosocial phenomenon—it encompasses personal, interpersonal, and community experiences. Innovative Approaches to Individual and Community Resilience reviews the current research and details differing levels and approaches to resilience. On a microlevel, this book specifies how to develop appropriate coping strategies, maintain cognitive flexibility, and identify, label, and share feelings before acting upon them. On a macrolevel, it defines and explores environmental resilience, social resilience, community resilience, and family resilience. It focuses on the importance of family, community, and spiritual bonds, in order to share experiences and enhance posttraumatic healing. The need to be firmly grounded in today, while learning from yesterday, in order to cope with the requirements of tomorrow is the primary emphasis of this book. Explores aspects of resilience within the individual, community, and environment Outlines critical factors that allow people to not just survive, but to thrive Addresses the crucial role of the family in the development of resilience Reflects upon the helping professional's need to achieve and maintain resilience

Promoting Individual and Community Health at the Library

In addition to promoting an activity that motivates individuals to practice a healthy lifestyle, collaborating with local departments, as well as sponsoring local businesses, has played a role in creating a sense of community and ...

Author: Mary Grace Flaherty

Publisher: American Library Association

ISBN: 0838916279

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 144

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Though today’s consumers have unprecedented access to health information, its quality and veracity varies widely. Public libraries can play an important role in supporting library users in their health information seeking efforts. In this book Flaherty shows how to guide library users to high quality health information by relying on up to date, authoritative sources. She also demonstrates why taking the initiative to offer health promotion programming can be a valuable form of community outreach, serving community needs while increasing visibility. Library directors, programming staff, reference librarians, and health educators will all benefit from this book’s patron-centered stance, which features a historic overview of the consumer health movement and how it intersects with public libraries;guidance on finding and evaluating the best print, electronic, and app-based health information sources, with advice on keeping up to date;an in-depth look at collaborative efforts to provide and sponsor simple health-related activities in public libraries, spotlighting programs in action at libraries across the county;instructions on creating, planning, preparing, marketing, and evaluating a public library health program;discussions of important issues surrounding health information provision efforts, including patron privacy and liability concerns; andguidelines for public libraries’ role in public health efforts, including disaster preparedness. Armed with this book’s expert advice and plentiful examples of successful initiatives, public libraries will feel empowered to make a difference in community members’ health and well-being.

New Communication and Information Technologies and Their Application to Individual and Community Use

The implications of this startling revolution for the individual and small , community - based organizations are profound . To date , however , individuals and small organizations know very little about the technology , are uninformed ...

Author: National Citizens Committee for Broadcasting

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Category: Information science

Page: 9

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The Community the Individual and the Common Good

61 The individual part, in itself, may not need personal morality, but its relationship to the community as a whole demands it.62 in this way, individual-community relationships drive ethics in the Greco-roman society. epictetus further ...

Author: Kei Eun Chang

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 0567395979

Category: Religion

Page: 272

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This book investigates Paul's effort to combat factionalism by his use of the Greco-Roman rhetoric of 'the common advantage' to overcome socio-ethical problems caused by the improper exercise of 'private advantage' in Corinth. Chang examines 'the common advantage', first, as a fundamental principle that defined human and societal relationships in the Greco-Roman world. He explores how the neglect and misunderstanding of this principle lay at the root of relational and societal breakdowns. The book further examines Paul's use of the term and demonstrates that, when properly understood and appropriated, the principle of 'the common advantage' is pivotal to keeping societies and relationships dynamic and healthy. Conversely,when common advantage is not functioning and, concomitantly, private advantage is wrongly emphasized at its expense, relational, societal and ecclesiastical breakdowns occur. The book culminates in demonstrating that, for Paul, 'the common advantage' carries missional and salvific implications that override and subvert socio-ethnic boundaries. In this way, otherwise hostile social groups will realize a healthy symbiosis.