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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54632
Doc. No:TL24586
Call number:‭MR21001‬
Main Entry:Lydia Ivanovna Shaswar
Title & Author:Holism, ‘whole’ personality, and disintegration: A case study of the impact of homeloss on Kurdish families displaced from KirkukLydia Ivanovna Shaswar
College:University of Toronto (Canada)
Date:2006
Degree:M.A.
student score:2006
Page No:476
Abstract:Grounded in the perspective of Dynamic Anthropology, which studies human beings through their expression, psycho-physiologically indivisible from life experience, the present study locates the case of homeloss of a Kurdish family displaced from Kirkuk within the theoretical framework of Mimodrama , introduced/explicated in Chapter Two and developed throughout the present thesis. Within this theoretical framework, human development and learning are understood as an outcome of the dynamic multileveled inner/outer interactions between the intussuscepted impact of (the) event(s) in the visceral memory of the human being and the subsequent conscious expression of that memory in performance. Holistic learning and development are viewed as contingent on an unimpeded balance of visceral impressions and their expressions in performance. Whenever the balance of expressions and expressions is impeded, the holistic authentic self-development and learning are disrupted, ultimately leading to (self-) colonizing development, which culminates in ethnostress: the disruption of the 'whole' personality and its eventual disintegration.
Subject:Education; Iraq; Adult education; Continuing education; Academic guidance counseling; 0516:Adult education; 0519:Academic guidance counseling; 0516:Continuing education
Added Entry:University of Toronto (Canada)