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dc.contributor.advisorRestrepo-Espinosa, Maria Helena 
dc.creatorCaicedo, Juliana Andrea 
dc.date.accessioned2021-02-22T19:39:19Z
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dc.date.created2021-02-05
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/30958
dc.descriptionSe considera que los "objetos técnicos", incluidas las neurosis de guerra (conmoción, histeria y neurastenia) y el trastorno de estrés postraumático, surgen de prácticas históricas y culturales dentro del campo de la medicina, en lugar de representar avances epistemológicos. Estos objetos se han entrelazado con disciplinas como la cirugía, la neurología, el psicoanálisis y la psiquiatría, constituyendo una compleja telaraña de traumas y guerras en los siglos XIX y XX. Además, estos objetos surgieron de experiencias clínicas y experimentales orientadas a la comprensión del dolor humano y el sufrimiento social derivado de la guerra. Los investigadores a menudo no han podido ir más allá de la postura médica y sus limitaciones en términos de comprensión del dolor humano y el sufrimiento colectivo. Curiosamente, el descubrimiento de la memoria y sus relaciones con el miedo, la vergüenza, la culpa y el trauma se convirtieron en hilos adicionales de la telaraña, con el trauma ocupando una posición central. El trauma abarca múltiples significados, conexiones y desacuerdos, constituyendo un significante único para una pluralidad de tipos de sufrimiento y enfermedad. Su objetivo es trazar la trayectoria y problematizar la noción de trauma y la relación con el sufrimiento humano derivado de la guerra a través de construcciones históricas en el campo de la disciplina y la práctica médica. El enfoque adoptado en este trabajo sigue el surgimiento de una serie de objetos técnicos: histeria y neurastenia. En segundo lugar, se incluye una revisión de otras nociones relacionadas con la experiencia del sufrimiento humano. La tercera sección analiza algunos de los efectos del shock, la histeria y la neurastenia. Finalmente, los párrafos finales presentan reflexiones relevantes para la medicina y la salud pública relacionadas con los efectos a menudo incuestionables de los usos actuales del PTSD.
dc.description.abstract‘Technical objects,’ including war neuroses (shell shock, hysteria and neurasthenia) and post-traumatic stress disorder, are considered to emerge from historical and cultural practices within the field of medicine, rather than representing epistemological developments. These objects have been intertwined with disciplines such as surgery, neurology, psychoanalysis, and psychiatry, constituting a complex cobweb of trauma and warfare in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In addition, these objects emerged from clinical and experimental experiences oriented towards the understanding of human pain and social suffering derived from warfare. Researchers have often been unable to go beyond a medical stance and its limitations in terms of understanding human pain and collective suffering. Interestingly, the discovery of memory and its relationships with fear, shame, guilt, and trauma, became additional threads of the cobweb, with trauma occupying a central position. Trauma encompasses multiple meanings, connections, and disagreements, constituting a unique signifier for a plurality of types of suffering and illness. Its objective is to trace the trajectory and problematize the notion of trauma and the relationship with human suffering derived from war through historical constructions in the field of medical discipline and practice. The approach adopted in this work follows the emergence of a range of technical objects: shell shock, hysteria and neurasthenia. Secondly, a review of other notions related to the experience of human suffering is included. The third section discusses some of the effects of shell shock, hysteria and neurasthenia. Finally, the concluding paragraphs present relevant reflections for medicine and public health related to the often-unquestioned effects of current uses of PTSD.
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dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.subjectHisteria
dc.subjectTrastorno por estrés postraumático
dc.subjectShock psicológico
dc.subjectNoción de trauma por sufrimiento
dc.subjectAnálisis del abordaje medico del Trastorno por estrés postraumático
dc.subject.ddcPromoción de salud 
dc.subject.ddcIncidencia & prevención de la enfermedad 
dc.titleWeaving the trauma: its genealogy in the context of war and human suffering
dc.typemasterThesis
dc.publisherUniversidad del Rosario
dc.creator.degreeMagíster en Salud Pública
dc.publisher.programMaestría en Salud Pública
dc.publisher.departmentEscuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud
dc.subject.keywordHysteria, post-traumatic stress disorder, shell shock, trauma.
dc.subject.keywordHysteria
dc.subject.keywordPost-traumatic stress disorder
dc.subject.keywordSell shock
dc.subject.keywordNotion of trauma due to suffering
dc.subject.keywordAnalysis of the medical approach to post-traumatic stress disorder
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