Flooded homes, broken bonds, the meaning of home, psychological processes and their impact on psychological health in a disaster.

Abstract:

:In 2005, Carlisle suffered severe flooding and 1600 houses were affected. A qualitative research project to study the social and health impacts was undertaken. People whose homes had been flooded and workers who had supported them were interviewed. The findings showed that there was severe disruption to people's lives and severe damage to their homes, and many suffered from psychological health issues. Phenomenological and transactional perspectives are utilised to analyse the psychological processes (identity, attachment, alienation and dialectics) underlying the meaning of home and their impact on psychological health. Proposals for policy and practice are made.

journal_name

Health Place

journal_title

Health & place

authors

Carroll B,Morbey H,Balogh R,Araoz G

doi

10.1016/j.healthplace.2008.08.009

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2009-06-01 00:00:00

pages

540-547

issue

2

eissn

1353-8292

issn

1873-2054

pii

S1353-8292(08)00104-4

journal_volume

15

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