Children and Migration: At the Crossroads of Resiliency and by Marisa O. Ensor, E. Gozdziak

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By Marisa O. Ensor, E. Gozdziak

Providing a entire research of the more and more universal phenomenon of kid migration, this quantity examines the studies of kids in a large choice of migratory conditions together with financial baby migrants, transnational scholars, trafficked, stateless, fostered, unaccompanied and undocumented youngsters.

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Rutter (2006) “Refugee Children in the UK” (London: Open University Press). N. Scheper-Hughes and C. Sargent (1998) “Introduction: The Cultural Politics of Childhood”, in N. Scheper-Hughes and C. Sargent (eds) Small Wars: The Cultural Politics of Childhood (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press), 1–33. E. Schildkrout (1978) “Age and Gender in Hausa Society: Socio-Economic Roles for Children in Urban Kano”, Childhood, 9(3): 344–368. D. Silove (2005) “From Trauma to Survival and Adaptation: Towards a Framework for Guiding Mental Health Initiatives in Post-Conflict Societies”, in D.

J. Rutter (2006) “Refugee Children in the UK” (London: Open University Press). N. Scheper-Hughes and C. Sargent (1998) “Introduction: The Cultural Politics of Childhood”, in N. Scheper-Hughes and C. Sargent (eds) Small Wars: The Cultural Politics of Childhood (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press), 1–33. E. Schildkrout (1978) “Age and Gender in Hausa Society: Socio-Economic Roles for Children in Urban Kano”, Childhood, 9(3): 344–368. D. Silove (2005) “From Trauma to Survival and Adaptation: Towards a Framework for Guiding Mental Health Initiatives in Post-Conflict Societies”, in D.

1057/9780230297098 - Children and Migration, Edited by Marisa O. Ensor and Elzbieta M. com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromsoe - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-08 (2005) work among displaced Sierra Leonean children also undermines claims of universally dysfunctional responses to distressing circumstances. In particular he argues that, oftentimes, those children who had experienced the atrocities of war: Offering a more culturally grounded alternative to traditional clinical approaches, the popularity of psychosocial programs has increased in recent times.

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