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MANIFESTATIONS OF TRAUMA AND INTEGRATION IN JUDITH THOMPSON’S WATCHING GLORY DIE

MANIFESTATIONS OF TRAUMA AND INTEGRATION IN JUDITH THOMPSON’S WATCHING GLORY DIE

MANIFESTATIONS OF TRAUMA AND INTEGRATION IN JUDITH THOMPSON’S WATCHING GLORY DIE

 
Yazar : Sabah Atallah Khalifa Ali  & Siddiq Mahmood Sabri  
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Baskı Yılı : 2024
Sayı : 86
Sayfa : 17-34
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Cite : Sabah Atallah Khalifa Ali & Siddiq Mahmood Sabri, (2024). MANIFESTATIONS OF TRAUMA AND INTEGRATION IN JUDITH THOMPSON’S WATCHING GLORY DIE. Route Education and Social Science Journal , 86, p. 17-34. Doi: 10.17121/ressjournal.3550.
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Özet
Trauma represents an everlasting impact of violent incidents that leave indelible scars affecting the victim‘s mind, psyche, and mental capacities. Judith Thompson is one of the famous Canadian playwrights whose plays portray psychological and mental disorders as manifestations of vehement events and death. In Watching Glory Die, she dramatises the dark corners in Canadian prisons and the violent way mental inmates are treated. Gory, the protagonist, goes through a cycle of constant victimisation that destroys her psychological and mental capacities. On the other hand, Thompson presents another character, Gail, a victim and victimiser. The study employs the concepts of traumatic memory and integrated memory of trauma to find out the traumatic effects of imprisonment and injustice.

Anahtar Kelimeler
Trauma, Canadian institutionalism, Mental disorders, Victimisation, Integration.

Abstract
Trauma represents an everlasting impact of violent incidents that leave indelible scars affecting the victim‘s mind, psyche, and mental capacities. Judith Thompson is one of the famous Canadian playwrights whose plays portray psychological and mental disorders as manifestations of vehement events and death. In Watching Glory Die, she dramatises the dark corners in Canadian prisons and the violent way mental inmates are treated. Gory, the protagonist, goes through a cycle of constant victimisation that destroys her psychological and mental capacities. On the other hand, Thompson presents another character, Gail, a victim and victimiser. The study employs the concepts of traumatic memory and integrated memory of trauma to find out the traumatic effects of imprisonment and injustice.

Keywords
Trauma, Canadian institutionalism, Mental disorders, Victimisation, Integration.

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