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Title A world turned upside down : social ecological approaches to children in war zones / edited by Neil Boothby, Alison Strang, and Michael Wessells.
Imprint Bloomfield, CT : Kumarian Press, Inc., 2006.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HQ784.W3 W67 2006    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HQ784.W3 W67 2006    AVAILABLE  
Subject Children and war.
Child soldiers.
Child psychology.
Psychic trauma in children.
War -- Psychological aspects.
Emotional problems of children.
Alt Name Boothby, Neil.
Strang, Alison, 1959-
Wessells, Michael G., 1948-
Description x, 260 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents A culture-based, integrative approach : helping war-affected children / Kathleen Kostelny -- What is family? : the nature and function of families in times of conflict / Alastair Ager -- Running scared : when children become separated in emergencies / Amy Hepburn -- Girlhoods stolen : the plight of girl soldiers during and after armed conflict / Susan McKay -- Education and hope : a psychosocial assessment of Palestinian children / Cairo Arafat and Thahabieh Musleh -- Silenced voices? : youth and peer relationships in armed conflict and its aftermath / Siobhán McEvoy-Levy -- When former child soldiers grow up : the keys to reintegration and reconciliation / Neil Boothby -- A living wage : the importance of livelihood in reintegrating former child soldiers / Michael Wessells -- Religion as resource and risk : the double-edged sword for children in situations of armed conflict / Michael Wessells and Alison Strang -- Layers of support : the social ecology of protecting children in war / Carl Triplehorn and Catherine Chen.
ISBN 1565492250 (pbk. : alk. paper)
1565492269 (cloth : alk. paper)
9781565492257
9781565492264
OCLC # 70334860
Table of Contents
1A culture-based, integrative approach : helping war-affected children / Kathleen Kostelny19
2What is family? : the nature and functions of families in times of conflict / Alastair Ager39
3Running scared : when children become separated in emergencies / Amy Hepburn63
4Girlhoods stolen : the plight of girl soldiers during and after armed conflict / Susan McKay89
5Education and hope : a psychosocial assessment of Palestinian children / Cairo Arafat, Thahabieh Musleh111
6Silenced voices? : youth and peer relationships in armed conflict and its aftermath / Siobhan McEvoy-Levy133
7When former child soldiers grow up : the keys to reintegration and reconciliation / Neil Boothby155
8A living wage : the importance of livelihood in reintegrating former child soldiers / Michael Wessells179
9Religion as resource and risk : the double-edged sword for children in situations of armed conflict / Michael Wessells, Alison Strang199
10Layers of support : the social ecology of protecting children in war / Carl Triplehorn, Catherine Chen223