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The Dutch Famine and schizophrenia spectrum disorders
      
Unlike other famines, the Dutch famine struck at a precisely circumscribed time and place, and in a society able to document the timing and severity of the nutritional deprivation as well as the effects on fertility and health.
      
Because the Dutch maintained comprehensive military and health records, it was possible to compare the incidence of neurodevelopmental disorders in adulthood for birth cohorts exposed versus those unexposed to prenatal famine.
      
Early prenatal famine was found to be specifically and robustly associated with each of three conditions: (1) congenital anomalies of the central nervous system, (2) schizophrenia, and (3) schizophrenia spectrum personality disorders.
      
Persons born in December 1945 were generally conceived at the absolute peak of the famine (March-April 1945).
      
In the hope that the associations we have found may offer clues to the aetiology of schizophrenia, we are currently tracing and examining the cases of schizophrenia after prenatal exposure to famine.
      
Grains from Grass: Aging, Gender, and Famine in Rural Africa
      
Trauma and Memory: The case of the Great Famine in the People's Republic of China (1959-1961)
      
Taking the Great Famine from 1959 to 1961 in the aftermath of the Great Leap Forward as an example, the article presents an inquiry into different aspects of trauma and memory in the context of culture and politics in the PRC.
      
While party historians are still reluctant to discuss the disaster of the Great Famine at length, literature is serving as a forum of debate and remembrance on what peasants went through during the late nineteen fifties.
      
The repetitiveness of traumatic experiences occurring in 20th century Chinese history is seen as another reason why the Great Famine could be tabooed for more than 30 years (Mo Yan).
      
Gregarious flowering of bamboo Melocanna baccifera, followed by famine, is locally known as 'Mautam' and appears to occur in an established cycle in Mizoram, North East India.
      
It has been suggested that famine following bamboo flowering is a result of a combination of two factors.
      
Famine is an extreme outcome and there is a need to conduct systematic investigation to determine if these factors are indeed contributing to the famine.
      
Famine, finance and political power: Crop failure and land-tax exemptions in late eighteenth-century Chos?n Korea
      
This study argues that political considerations and socio-economic interests influenced the tax exemption process and that the resulting unequal allocation exacerbated the famine problem in the provinces disadvantaged by the system.
      
Genocide and state-induced famine: Global ethics and Western responsibility for mass atrocities in Africa
      
This article considers Western responsibility for genocide and state-induced famine in Africa.
      
It discusses colonial genocide in South-West Africa and Congo; post-colonial genocide in Rwanda and Darfur; and state-induced famine in Ethiopia and Zimbabwe.
      
The article differentiates core, contributory, and circumstantial responsibility for genocide and famine, arguing that except for the two colonial genocides, African political actors bear core responsibility.
      
 

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