Table of contents for Beyond the killing fields : voices of nine Cambodian survivors in America / Usha Welaratna.


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Foreword
Preface
Introduction
Part I. Pre-Khmer Rouge Cambodia: 1. Historical background
2. Society and culture
3. Look Tha: a former Buddhist monk
4. Bopha: a new American: Part II. The Desecration of a Culture: 5. The Khmer Rouge revolution
6. Pu Ma: a welfare mother
7. Bun Thab: a Khmer Rouge escape
8. Mum: dad's little girl
Part III. In Search of Freedom: 9. Coming to America
10. Niseth: a college student
11. Nya Srey: a widowed single parent
12. Apsara: a Combodian wife
13. Koun Srey: a teenage daughter
Part IV. Interpretations: Beyond the Killing Fields: 14. Life, death, and the holocaust
15. Cambodian and American views of successful adjustment
Bibliography
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Cambodia History 1975-1979, Political atrocities Cambodia, Political refugees Cambodia, Political refugees United States