Caring for Aging Holocaust Survivors and Subsequent Generations

@article{Grodin2011CaringFA,
  title={Caring for Aging Holocaust Survivors and Subsequent Generations},
  author={M. Grodin},
  journal={American Imago},
  year={2011},
  volume={68},
  pages={543 - 559}
}
  • M. Grodin
  • Published 2011
  • History
  • American Imago
  • it is now more than 65 years since the end of the second W orld War and the liberation of Auschwitz. The Holocaust, the systematic state-sponsored genocide of six million Jews, was a watershed event in modern human history and has challenged pre-existing ideas of the social, cultural, and psychological analysis of human behavior (Marcus & Wineman, 1985). Psychoanalysis has failed to address the transformational nature of this event. it has become clear, for example, that the analytic concepts… CONTINUE READING
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