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Discovering a ritual of oblivion: systemic perspectives on adolescence, self harm and the Zimbabwean context, with particular attention to the usefulness of postcolonial theory. Ross Parsons

By: PARSONS, Ross.
Series: Tavistock Clinic Thesis M10. Tavistock Clinic Thesis.Publisher: London Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust 2003Subject(s): SELF-HARM : PSYCHOLOGY IWU V | SELF-INJURY : PSYCHOLOGY IWU V | SELF-MUTILATION : PSYCHOLOGY IWU V | ADOLESCENTS : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IMR | ZIMBABWE 8VR R | DESPAIR : AFFECTIVE PSYCHOLOGY IFH JOther classification: IWU VMR 8VR R Dissertation note: Thesis (Doctorate in Systemic Psychotherapy, D.Sys.Psych), Tavistock Clinic/University of East London, 2003
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Thesis (Doctorate in Systemic Psychotherapy, D.Sys.Psych), Tavistock Clinic/University of East London, 2003

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