Scars

Author: Cheryl Rainfield
Publisher: Westside Book
ISBN: 1934813575
Size: 20.65 MB
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Teen girl cuts to cope with memories of sexual abuse

Scars

Author: Q Saunders
Publisher: Authors On Line Ltd
ISBN: 0755210085
Size: 18.44 MB
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Scars is a true and honest account of my life from birth to the present day taking in what for many are taboo subjects: childhood sexual abuse, self-harm in various measures and psychiatric care today. - as we leave the 20th century. My own psychiatric care takes in the hub of the 'system', the receiving end of inpatient and out-patient services - which is still much in need of improvement. I try to describe the many mistakes that may be made in this 'hit and miss' side of medicine. It embraces a host of emotional feelings, captured in a format adults should find inspirational to read. One of the key reasons for writing the book hints of the physical as well as the emotional scars. In offering a light at the end of the tunnel, if Q T Saunders got through a tough life and is still standing - anyone can, and against all the odds.

Scalpels Stitches Scars

Author: John Townsend
Publisher: Capstone Classroom
ISBN: 1410913376
Size: 10.20 MB
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Discusses the procedures used by surgeons in the past, describing the dangers involved in many of them, and how surgery has improved in modern times.

Scars

Author: David Robertson
Publisher: Portage & Main Press
ISBN: 9781553792284
Size: 17.51 MB
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Scars is the second book in the graphic novel series 7 Generations, which follows the story of one Aboriginal family from the early 19th century to the present day."--Pub. desc.

Alternative Accountabilities In Global Politics

Author: Brent J. Steele
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781136179273
Size: 14.87 MB
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In fields such as politics, international relations, public administration and international law, there is a rapidly growing interest in the topic of ‘accountability’. In this innovative new work, Steele shows how we might recognize how an alternative form of accountability in global politics has been present for some time, and that, furthermore, this form’s continued presence remains one of the most politically powerful, if not endurable, possibilities for resistance in the near future. This book argues that the physical and visually shocking outcomes of violence found on the bodies of humans, as well as the buildings and landscapes which surround us, specifically the scars they leave behind, remain one of our most compelling forms of accountability. Steele develops the theoretical argument on scars and exteriority utilizing insights from several philosophical and theoretical resources including Hannah Arendt, Erving Goffmann, and Richard Rorty. The work examines scars and their effects through several illustrations, including the accounts of Emmett Till, Iranian protestor Neda Agha-Soltan, the Syrian boy Hamza al-Khateeb, the massacre in WWII and then memorializing throughout the 20th century of the Lidice children in the modern-day Czech Republic, the particular architecturally destructive outcomes of the 2008-9 Gaza War, the loss of the Twin Towers in New York, as well as a variety of violent scars found on the landscapes of Europe and Southeast Asia. Emphasizing the importance of the space and ‘time’ of scars, the book illustrates how an alternative form of accountability in the scar can be a useful, disruptive, spontaneous, but also creative practice to challenge the discourses of violence which remain with us today.

The Scars Of Evolution

Author: Elaine Morgan
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 019509431X
Size: 13.42 MB
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Natural selection dictates that enduring changes to a species occur because of the need to adapt to changes in the environment. Elaine Morgan, author of The Descent of Woman and The Aquatic Ape, maintains that the human propensity for lower back pain, obesity, varicose veins, and other chronic conditions is the result of an earlier need for humans to survive a watery environment.