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2020. A lifespan developmental science perspective on trauma experiences in refugee situations. Advances in Life Course Research 45  pp. 100342 ff. Crossref logo
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Daiute, Colette
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Dunn, Cynthia Dickel
2014. “Then I Learned about Positive Thinking”: The Genre Structuring of Narratives of Self-Transformation. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 24:2  pp. 133 ff. Crossref logo
Gjems, Liv
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Johnstone, Barbara
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Jović, Svetlana
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