Post Trauma: Medicalization and Damage to Social Reform
AbstractWhile posttraumatic stress disorder has catalogued symptoms of trauma, the resulting de-contextualization has served to create complicity with power systems that contribute to the production of trauma. Women are overrepresented as targets of violence and as recipients of this diagnosis. Résumé Alors que les symptômes traumatiques ont été catalogué s par le trouble de stress post traumatique, la dé contextualisation qui en a résulté a permis de cré er une complicité entre les systèmes de pouvoir qui contribuent à la production du traumatisme. Les femmes sont surreprésentées comme cibles de violence et comme destinataires de ce diagnostique
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