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Psychologists Mercer, Ager and Ruwanpura worked alongside a care project to help the Tibetan refugee community heal with modern techniques while still incorporating their cultural and religious beliefs.
Anthropologist Michael Lampert he reveals that monks seek to imitate the liberal subjects, associated speech genres, and teaching principles of the Dalai Lama and western patrons even as they participate in the “histrionic anger” and punishment in monastic debate and discipline practices reestablished in exile (Makley.
Even though they had experienced trauma, and are still suffering, they do not exert their suffering onto their peers (Sarin).
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Edwards-Rojas, Angelic; Miller, Gillian; Schoen, Andrew; and Harris, Daria, "The Impact of the Buddhist Exile from Tibet and How This Has Impacted Those Exiled and Now Living in Dharamsala." (2020). Content presented at the Roesch Social Sciences Symposium. 49.