Table of contents for A world turned upside down : social ecological approaches to children in war zones / edited by Neil Boothby, Alison Strang, and Michael Wessells.

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Chapter 1: A Culture-Based, Integrative Approach to Helping War-Affected Children 
by Kathleen Kostelny 
Chapter 2: What is Family? A Functional Model For Defining and Evaluating the Concept 
by Alastair Ager
Chapter 3: Running Scared: When Children Become Separated in Emergencies
by Amy Hepburn 
Chapter 4: Girlhoods Stolen: The Plight of Girl Soldiers During and After Armed Conflict
by Susan McKay 
Chapter 5: Education and Hope: A Psychosocial Assessment of Palestinian Children 
by Cairo Arafat & Dahab Musleh 
Chapter 6: Silenced Voices? Youth and Peer Relationships in Armed Conflict and its Aftermath
by Siobhan McEvoy-Levy 
Chapter 7: When Former Child Soldiers Grow Up: The Keys to Reintegration and Reconciliation
by Neil Boothby 
Chapter 8: A Living Wage: The Importance of Livelihood in Reintegrating Former Child Soldiers 
by Michael Wessells 
Chapter 9: Spirituality and Faith: Religious Commitment as a Resource for Child Soldiers
Chapter 10: Layers of Support: Protecting Children in War 
by Carl Triplehorn and Catherine Chen 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Children and war.
Child soldiers.
Child psychology.
Psychic trauma in children.
War -- Psychological aspects.
Emotional problems of children.