The Tender Cut: Inside the Hidden World of Self-Injury

By Patricia A. Adler; Peter Adler | Go to book overview
Contents
Acknowledgmentsix
1Introduction1
2Literature and Population22
3Studying Self-Injury38
4Becoming a Self-Injurer53
5The Phenomenology of the Cut66
6Loners in the Social World94
7Colleagues in the Cyber World108
8Self-Injury Communities128
9Self-Injury Relationships144
10The Social Transformation of Self-Injury167
11Careers in Self-Injury181
12Understanding Self-Injury199
Notes219
References231
Index250
About the Authors252

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Literature and Population 22
  • 3 - Studying Self-Injury 38
  • 4 - Becoming a Self-Injurer 53
  • 5 - The Phenomenology of the Cut 66
  • 6 - Loners in the Social World 94
  • 7 - Colleagues in the Cyber World 108
  • 8 - Self-Injury Communities 128
  • 9 - Self-Injury Relationships 144
  • 10 - The Social Transformation of Self-Injury 167
  • 11 - Careers in Self-Injury 181
  • 12 - Understanding Self-Injury 199
  • Notes 219
  • References 231
  • Index 250
  • About the Authors 252
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