Corpus ID: 15934622

Moral Injury in Veterans of War

@inproceedings{Friedman2012MoralII,
  title={Moral Injury in Veterans of War},
  author={M. Friedman and F. Norris and H. Smith and Ed Circulation Manager and S. Garone and Behavioral Science and Boston Ma and S. Maguen and B. Litz and Director},
  year={2012}
}
  • M. Friedman, F. Norris, +7 authors Director
  • Published 2012
  • Military personnel serving in war are confronted with ethical and moral challenges, most of which are navigated successfully because of effective rules of engagement, training, leadership, and the purposefulness and coherence that arise in cohesive units during and after various challenges. However, even in optimal operational contexts, some combat and operational experiences can inevitably transgress deeply held beliefs that undergird a service member’s humanity. Transgressions can arise from… CONTINUE READING
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