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Vol. 14, Issue 4 (December 2008)

[Under development, please do not quote. Last updated 8Nov08]

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial

    Charles R. Figley, Ph.D., Editor

Special Issue:

Katrina and New Orleans:

Identification and Applications of Lessons Learned

by the Tulane University Community

An Introduction to the Special Issue, Identification and Applications of Lessons Learned by the Tulane University Community

    Charles R. Figley and Ronald E. Marks, Special Issue Co-Editors (in process)

Life Lessons from inside the Storm (accepted but prior to copy editing, please do not quote)

  Scott S. Cowen

The Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: A Trauma Researcher's Perspective

  Jennifer Vasterling

Scarred but Smarter: Personal and Professional Lessons Learned from Surviving a Hurricane

  Fred Buttell

A Student Social Worker's Reflection of the Self and Professional Identity Following the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans (accepted prior not copy editing, please do not quote)

  Ellen Boyer

From 9/11 to Hurricane Katrina: Helping Others and Oneself Cope Following Disasters (accepted prior to copy editing, please do not quote)

   Lynn Renee Schechter

Denial of Hurricane Risks: Reflections of an Addictions Researcher (initial draft, do not quote)

  Richard D. Ager

Reflections from the Field-On the Road to Recovery (accepted prior to copy editing, please do not quote)

  Judith S. Lewis and Heather Gillis

Leaving New Orleans, Again (accepted prior to copy editing, please do not quote)

  Elizabeth Fussell

Pompeii on the Mississippi: the view from New Orleans (initial draft, do not quote)

  Susann Lusnia

Wisdom in Wind and Water: Katrina and Other Lessons from a Social Work Educator (initial draft, do not quote)

  Jane Parker

 

Regular Submissions

Progressive Counting for Trauma Resolution: Three Case Studies

   Ricky Greenwald

Disillusionment, Faith, and Cultural Traumatization on a Northern Plains Reservation

   Lori L. Jervis and the AI-SUPERPFP Team

Between Culture and Family: Jewish-Israeli Young Adults' Relation to the Holocaust as a Cultural Trauma

   Alon Lazar, Tal Litvak-Hirsch, Julia Chaitin

Psychometric Properties of the Dimensions of Stressful Events Rating Scale

   James C. Spilsbury, Kenneth E. Fletcher, Rosemary Creeden, Steve Friedman

Complicated Grief and Its Relationship to Mental Health and Well-Being Among Bosnian Refugees After Resettlement in the United States : Implications for Practice, Policy, and Research   

 

Media Reviews

Review of  Bussey & Wise's Trauma Transformed (accepted prior to copy editing, please do not quote)

   Fred Buttell

 

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