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01 Aug 2002 description

This case study of international responses in Kosovo critically examines how the international psycho-social model constructs war-affected populations as traumatised and subject to psychological dysfunctionalism.

The first half of the paper discusses material that questions the international projection of refugees as traumatised. The second half of the paper explores psycho-social intervention as a new mode of external therapeutic governance.