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The Resource Handbook of resilience in children of war, Chandi Fernando, Michel Ferrari, editors, (electronic resource)

Handbook of resilience in children of war, Chandi Fernando, Michel Ferrari, editors, (electronic resource)

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Handbook of resilience in children of war
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Handbook of resilience in children of war
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Chandi Fernando, Michel Ferrari, editors
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Handbook of resilience in children of war, Chandi Fernando, Michel Ferrari, editors, (electronic resource)
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Handbook of resilience in children of war, Chandi Fernando, Michel Ferrari, editors, (electronic resource)
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1. Overview of the Volume -- Part I: Social-Ecological Approaches to Promoting Resilience in Children of War -- 2. Promoting Mental Health and Psychosocial Well-Being in Children Affected by Political Violence: Part I: Current Evidence for an Ecological Resilience Approach -- 3. Promoting Mental Health and Psychosocial Well-Being in Children Affected by Political Violence: Part II: Expanding the Evidence Base -- 4. Promoting Resilience in Children of War -- 5. Child Mental Health, Psychosocial Well-Being and Resilience in Afghanistan: A Review and Future Directions -- Part II: Child Soldiers -- 6. When Children Become Killers: Child Soldiers in the Civil War in Sierra Leone -- 7. The Fallacy of the Ticking Time Bomb: Resilience of Children Formerly Recruited into Armed Forces and Groups -- 8. Children of War in Colombia and Iraq -- Part III: Institutional Support for Children Affected by War -- 9. Child Friendly Spaces: Promoting Children's Resiliency Amidst War -- 10. Resilience in Orphans of War in Sri Lanka -- Part IV: Resilience Among Refugees -- 11. Relational Resilience -- 12. Coping and Adaptation: A Narrative Analysis of Children and Youth from Zones of Conflict in Africa -- 13. Pathways of Success Experiences Among the "Lost Boys" of Sudan: A Case Study Approach -- 14. No Place Like Home: Resilience Among Adolescent Reugees Resettled in Australia -- 15. Pathways to Resilience: The Role of Education in War-Zone Immigrant and Refugee Student Success -- Part V: Extending our Understanding of the Effects of War on Children: Theory and Practice -- 16. Political Violence, Identity and Psychological Adjustment in Children -- 17. How Can a Majority Be Resilient? Critiquing the Utility of the Construct of Resilience Through a Focus on Youth in Contexts of Political Conflict -- 18. Resilience in the Lives of Children of War -- 19. Evidence-Based REsilience-Enhancing Intervention Methods for Children Affected by Armed Conflict -- Part VI: Conclusion -- 20. Resilience in Children of War
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