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Understanding Parental Historical Trauma and the Effect on Second-Generation Cambodian Americans
by Pol-Lim, Sara Socheata, Ed.D.  California State University, Long Beach. 2018: 137 pages; 10825172.
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Camulative trauma among adult mayas living in southeast Florida
by Millender, Eugenia I., Ph.D.  Florida Atlantic University. 2013: 196 pages; 3576259.
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Voices of Rwanda
by Lim, Sanaya S., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 55 pages; 1490305.
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Treatment effects for trauma in survivors of genocide, war, and conflict residing in South Africa
by Lankster, Nakieta M., Psy.D.  Argosy University/San Francisco Bay Area. 2014: 189 pages; 3582750.
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Transactional Consciousness: A Framework for Reading Genocide in the English Classroom
by Donovan, Sarah Jean, Ph.D.  University of Illinois at Chicago. 2014: 241 pages; 3688431.
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Tertiārius Trauma and Resiliency among Leaders of Trauma-focused Organizations
by Moore, Alice R., Psy.D.  Saybrook University. 2018: 254 pages; 10747380.
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Open wounds: Rethinking trauma in twentieth-century literature and visual culture
by Kessel, Shayna, Ph.D.  University of Southern California. 2011: 332 pages; 3466032.
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A qualitative study of Holocaust survivors: Reflections after sixty years
by Holben, Rachel, M.S.W.  California State University, Long Beach. 2009: 64 pages; 1466107.
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Culture, Resilience, and Adaptation: The Voices of Rwandan and Congolese Refugees
by Stratton, Michelle Diane, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2016: 245 pages; 10242194.
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Capturing a Phenomenon: A Photo-Voice among Intergenerational Narratives in Bosnia-Herzegovina
by White, Jenifer Lorraine, Ph.D.  The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. 2015: 144 pages; 3715021.
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Talking Circle: A culturally appropriate approach to healing intergenerational trauma within an evidence-based paradigm
by Perry, Diana Lauren, Psy.D.  California Institute of Integral Studies. 2013: 215 pages; 3559722.
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Beyond cultural competency: Understanding contemporary problems with historical roots using and African-centered/black psychology lens
by Fralich-LeSarre, Namaste Monique, Psy.D.  California Institute of Integral Studies. 2012: 127 pages; 3539696.
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Trauma of Holocaust survivors: Expression and avoidance in coping and recovery
by McClatchey, Emily S. Jacobs, Ph.D.  New York University. 2011: 241 pages; 3439456.
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Native Minds, Hearts, Spirits, Beings, Knowings: Journey to Liberation, Decolonization, Reawakening
by Jimenez, Leslie, Ed.D.  California State University, Long Beach. 2017: 295 pages; 10601390.
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The Rwandan diaspora in Canada and the United States: Reconciliation and justice
by Marson, Jennifer J., Ph.D.  Western Michigan University. 2016: 259 pages; 10172562.
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Lost in food translation: Khmer food culture from Cambodia to Long Beach, California
by Prajapati, Nikita, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2016: 82 pages; 10147311.
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"From housewife to breadwinner": Khmer women changing places and gender roles following the Cambodian genocide
by Pennington, Liudmila, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 102 pages; 1599189.
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Missing Persons, Missing Peace: The role of the war-related missing persons in post-conflict Bosnia-Herzegovina
by O'Sullivan, Maeve, M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2014: 98 pages; 10305856.
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Lived narratives, everyday trauma, and the aftermath of the Bosnian war: Human rights as living practice
by Richards, Jessie Woolley, Ph.D.  The University of Utah. 2016: 215 pages; 10163084.
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