ABSTRACT. What follows is a plea for considering disaster, on its course from trauma to crisis, in multidisciplinary terms, medicine, psychology and sociology coming first, anthropology, economics and politics close behind. Whatever coping mechanisms, if really efficient, are presumed to go along these routes.

Keywords: trauma; catastrophe; crisis; disaster; loss; coping mechanism

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Iuliu Haţieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy;
Cluj-Napoca, Romania

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