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Beyond Suffering and Reparation

The Aftermath of Political Violence in the Peruvian Andes

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Beyond Suffering and Reparation by Timothy James Bowyer
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This book presents the key issues, debates, concepts, approaches, and questions that together define the lives of rural people living in extreme poverty in the aftermath of political violence in a developing country context. Divided into nine chapters, the book addresses issues such as the complexities of human suffering, losing trust, psychic wounds, dealing with post-traumatic stress situations, and disillusionment after change. By building knowledge about human and social suffering in a post-conflict environment, the book counters the objectification of human and social suffering and the moral detachment with which it is associated. In addition, it presents practical ways to help make things better. It discusses new methodological concepts based around empathy and participation to show how the subjective reality of human and social suffering matter. Finally, the book maps a burgeoning field of enquiry based around the need for linking psychosocial approaches with the actual lived experience of individuals and groups.

Author Biography

Dr. Timothy James Bowyer is an independent researcher based in Swansea, UK, who has more than 30 years expertise working in conflict affected rural areas of Mexico, Central and South America. He was Regional Manager, Latin America for an aid agency responsible for the management and development of long term primary health care programmes to rural communities in developing countries affected by conflict, discrimination and remoteness. Dr. Bowyer holds an MSc in Development Administration and Planning (University of Bristol) and a PhD in health policy focusing on rural communities in the Peruvian Andes (Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London). He was Lecturer in International Health at Swansea University, UK (2001-2011), since when he has been a visiting lecturer in conflict related issues, also at Swansea University.
Release date Australia
October 17th, 2018
Country of Publication
Switzerland
Edition
1st ed. 2019
Illustrations
2 Illustrations, color; VII, 193 p. 2 illus. in color.
Imprint
Springer International Publishing AG
Pages
193
ISBN-13
9783319989822
Product ID
28254983

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