|Author:||Robert Jay Lifton|
|Title:||Home from the War: VIETNAM VETERANS Neither Victims nor Executioners|
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|ePUB size:||1746 kb|
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|Publisher:||Touchstone (January 1, 1973)|
Personal Name: Lifton, Robert Jay, 1926-. Publication, Distribution, et. New York On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Home from the war : Vietnam veterans: neither victims nor executioners.
Between 1970 and 1972, Lifton and a few other psychiatrists and psychologists who had affiliated themselves with the Vietnam Veterans Against the War conducted weekly two-hour group sessions during which the veterans addressed themselves to the problems they attributed to their experiences in Vietnam. Thirty-five veterans participated intensively, a third of these for a year or more.
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The following two clips provide the final portions of that extended conversation. In this segment, Prof. Lifton explains how during the 1960s he found his study of ‘thought reform’ in Communist China could be extended to understand the inner workings of religious cults. Lifton about his work with Vietnam veterans, the subject of his 1973 book, Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans-Neither Victims nor Executioners. Lifton describes this book as his ‘most angry. In recalling his conversations with veterans, Lifton relates the story of a soldier who, when caught in the My Lai massacre, put down his gun.
Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans-Neither Victims nor Executioners, Simon & Schuster (New York City), 1973. With Eric Olson) Living and Dying, Praeger, 1974. The Life of the Self: Toward a New Psychology, Simon & Schuster, 1976. Robert Jay Lifton is interviewed in this documentary film. Bill Moyers Interviews Robert Jay Lifton: about the aftermath of September 11 terrorist attacks, 2002. Religious and Ethnic Conflict Abroad Talk of the Nation, September 15, 1999.
Robert Jay Lifton on the Goldwater Rule. President Donald Trump participates in a joint news conference with Amir Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah of Kuwait, September 7, 2017. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images). He is renowned for his studies of people under stress - for books such as Death in Life: Survivors of Hiroshima (1967), Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans - Neither Victims nor Executioners (1973), and The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide (1986). The Nazi Doctors was the first in-depth study of how medical professionals rationalized their participation in the Holocaust, from the early stages of the Hitler’s euthanasia project to extermination camps. Lifton: I first came to it in terms of psychiatrists assigned to Vietnam, way back then. Professor Robert Jay Lifton, photographed at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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Robert Jay Lifton is Lecturer in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School/Cambridge Health Alliance, and Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry and Psychology, The City University of New York. He was formerly Director of the Center on Violence and Human Survival at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Vietnam Veterans (finalist for a National Book Award, and reissued with a new introduction on the war in Iraq), Destroying the World to Save It(about the fanatical Japanese cult Aum Shinrikyo), and The Protean Self: Human Resilience in an Age of Fragmentation. From September 11, 2001, he has been studying Islamic apocalyptic violence and American responses to 9/11, including their own apocalyptic tendencies. Home from the War: Vietnam Veterans – Neither Victims nor Executioners. New York: Simon &Schuster, Touchstone Books, 1973.
In Home from the War, the award-winning author and noted psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton offers a powerful critique of American militarism during the Vietnam War. Recognized as the ultimate text for those working with Vietnam veterans. Home from the War: VIETNAM VETERANS Neither Victims nor Executioners Paperback.
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