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The Resource Trauma culture : the politics of terror and loss in media and literature, E. Ann Kaplan

Trauma culture : the politics of terror and loss in media and literature, E. Ann Kaplan

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Trauma culture : the politics of terror and loss in media and literature
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Trauma culture
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the politics of terror and loss in media and literature
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E. Ann Kaplan
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eng
Summary
It may be said that every trauma is two traumas or ten thousand-depending on the number of people involved. How one experiences and reacts to an event is unique and depends largely on one's direct or indirect positioning, personal psychic history, and individual memories. But equally important to the experience of trauma are the broader political and cultural contexts within which a catastrophe takes place and how it is "managed" by institutional forces, including the media. In Trauma Culture, E. Ann Kaplan explores the relationship between the impact of trauma on individuals
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Trauma culture : the politics of terror and loss in media and literature, E. Ann Kaplan
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Trauma culture : the politics of terror and loss in media and literature, E. Ann Kaplan
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt5hj3kh
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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rdacontent
Contents
Introduction : 9/11 and "disturbing remains" -- "Why trauma now?" : Freud and trauma studies -- Memory as testimony in World War II : Freud, Duras, and Kofman -- Melodrama and trauma : displacement in Hitchcock's Spellbound -- Vicarious trauma and "empty" empathy : media images of Rwanda and the Iraq War -- "Translating" trauma in postcolonial contexts : indigeneity on film -- The ethics of witnessing : Maya Deren and Tracey Moffatt -- Epilogue : "Wounded New York" : rebuilding and memorials to 9/11
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1 online resource (313 pages)
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online
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9780813535913
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