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Jr. (Ed.) Frederick L. Ahearn - Psychosocial Wellness of Refugees - 9781571812056 - V9781571812056
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Psychosocial Wellness of Refugees

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Description for Psychosocial Wellness of Refugees Paperback. In recent years, scholars in the fields of refugee studies and forced migration have extended their areas of research. In this book scholars address the strengths and limitations of their investigations, citing examples from their work with refugees from around the world. Editor(s): Ahearn, Frederick L., Jr. Series: Refugee & Forced Migration Studies. Num Pages: 251 pages, tables, figures. BIC Classification: JFFD; JFS; JHM; JMBT. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational; (UP) Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly; (UU) Undergraduate. Dimension: 213 x 146 x 14. Weight in Grams: 324.

In recent years, scholars in the fields of refugee studies and forced migration have extended their areas of interest and research into the phenomenon of displacement, human response to it, and ways to intervene to assist those affected, increasingly focusing on the emotional and social impact of displacement on refugees and their adjustment to the traumatic experiences. In the process, the positive concept of "psychosocial wellness" was developed as discussed in this volume. In it noted scholars address the strengths and limitations of their investigations, citing examples from their work with refugees from Afghanistan, Cambodia, Vietnam, Palestine, Cuba, Nicaragua, ... Read more

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Product Details

Publisher
Berghahn Books, Incorporated United States
Number of pages
251
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2000
Series
Refugee & Forced Migration Studies
Condition
New
Number of Pages
251
Place of Publication
Herndon, United States
ISBN
9781571812056
SKU
V9781571812056
Shipping Time
Usually ships in 15 to 20 working days
Ref
99-15

About Jr. (Ed.) Frederick L. Ahearn
Frederick L. Ahearn, Jr. was Dean and is now Ordinary Professor at the School of Social Service at the Catholic University of America and also has an appointment as Tutor at the Refugee Studies Programme, University of Oxford.

Reviews for Psychosocial Wellness of Refugees
“This is a book that provides delightful surprises for those interested in cross-cultural research and scholarship … [It is ] important for content and context … and demonstrates the importance and strength of interdisciplinary work.” • Journal of Social Work Research “The case studies are thorough and comprehensive and range over many nationalities, communities and social groups.” ... Read more

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