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Trauma and transitional justice in Guatemala : how conceptions of trauma inform transitional justice practices
The concept of trauma has been playing an increasing role in contemporary culture and politics, and more nuanced understandings of this concept have begun to slowly influence conversations around identity and historical memory in the transitional justice literature. This thesis explores psychobiological, historical and cultural/social forms of trauma, considering the relationship between these forms of trauma and mainstay transitional justice mechanisms. It examines the differences that emergedoi:10.14288/1.0223108 fatcat:zjicmkvdqnby7ikol5rhcj5hqe