The indescribable and the undiscussable : reconstructing human discourse after trauma /
"Serious difficulties arise when people try to make sense of their feelings, behavior, and discourse in everyday life and, especially, after traumatic experiences. Two groups of impediments are identified: the "indescribable" is demonstrated by a group of pathfinders working through t...
|Published:||Budapest, Hungary : Central European University Press ; Ithaca, N.Y. : Distributed in the United States by Cornell University Press, ©1999.|
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