Surviving Vietnam [Pdf Download]
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*factors as *such as education "And Prior Psychiatric Disorder This Book Describes "prior disorder This book describes to resolve these controversiesSurviving Vietnam develops a niue blend of historical material military records clinical diagnoses of PTSD and interviews with representative samples of veterans surveyed approximately a decade the National Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Study and nearly four decades the National Vietnam Veterans Longitudinal Study after the war's conclusionThe book begins with a history of the Vietnam war that provides context for the discussions of mental healt. .
The war in Vietnam is a watershed Moment In United States History The First in United States history the first lost by the US despite its seemingly overwhelming military might Surviving Vietnam on the "psychological conseuences especially posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD of service in such a war for veteransThe diagnosis of PTSD termed "conseuences especially posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD of service in such a war for US veteransThe diagnosis of PTSD termed and significantly influenced by this war stirred controversy Much of the initial controversy centered on a major report in 1990 of what numerous critics regarded as nrealistically high rates of this disorder in US veterans Controversy continues about whether exposure to one or potentially traumatic events is significant
H thereafter the outcomes the severity Of Veterans' Exposure To Combat Their Personal exposure to combat their personal in harm to civilians and "Prisoners Their Race Ethnicity And Their Military Assignments It Discusses "their race ethnicity and their military assignments It discusses experiences in Vietnam and the psychological impact of veterans' chronic war related PTSD on their families Surviving Vietnam then examines factors affecting veterans' post war readjustment including the effects of changing public and veteran attitudes toward the war and the veterans' own appraisals of the impact of the war on their lives after the war The authors conclude with a discussion of the policy implications of the research finding. ,
Bruce P. Dohrenwend