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Corporate Author Separation and Reunion Forum (Organization). Annual Conference (6th : 2005 : London, England)

Title Internalising the historical past : issues for separation and moving on / edited by Elaine Arnold and Bernadette Hawkes.

Imprint Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, 2008.

Item Status

Description 1 online resource (viii, 79 pages)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Summary The Separation and the Reunion Forum has as its aim the raising of awareness on the sometimes traumatic effects of broken attachments, separation and loss on families. This book is a compilation of some of the papers from their Sixth Annual Conference, which addresses the history of the deliberate separation of families through slavery from Africa to the Americas and the Caribbean and the lack of attention to the affective issues on the enslaved. It is set in the context of attachment theory ...
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Subject Separation anxiety -- Caribbean Area -- Psychology -- Congresses.
Separation anxiety -- Great Britain -- Psychology -- Congresses.
Immigrants -- Caribbean Area -- Psychology -- Congresses.
Immigrants -- Great Britain -- Psychology -- Congresses.
Mother and child -- Caribbean Area -- Congresses.
Mother and child -- Great Britain -- Congresses.
Anxiety, Separation -- psychology.
African Continental Ancestry Group -- psychology.
Emigrants and Immigrants -- psychology.
Mother-Child Relations.
Object Attachment.
Caribbean Region.
Great Britain.
Genre/Form Congresses.
Electronic books.
Added Author Arnold, Elaine, 1927-
Hawkes, Bernadette.
Other Form: Print version: Arnold, Elaine. Internalising the Historical Past : Issues for Separation and Moving On. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ©2008 9781847184030
ISBN 9781443808880 (electronic bk.)
1443808881 (electronic bk.)
9781847184030 (hbk.)
1847184030 (hbk.)