30 June 2015

New ETDs - Pt. 1

(ETD = Electronic Theses & Dissertations)

I have accumulated quite a large number of references to ETDs and university student projects which I will share in the next several posts.  I have grouped them roughly by geography.  The titles below examine the situation of forced migrants in Canada and the United States.

Assessing and Addressing Protection Needs of Undocumented Migrant Children in North Carolina, Master's project (Duke University, May 2015) [text]

Assessing the Social and Mental Health Services Provided to Middle-Eastern Newcomers in the Resettlement Process in the National Capital Region, Thesis (University of Ottawa, 2015) [text]

Attitudes toward Refugees Entering the United States of America, Bachelor's thesis (University of Southern Mississippi, May 2015) [text]

Community and Identity among Iraqi Refugees in San Diego, Bachelor's thesis (Colorado College, May 2015) [text]

The Effect of Community Gardening on Social Integration of Refugees: A Process Evaluation of Global Growers Network, Atlanta, Georgia, Thesis (Emory University, 2014) [text]

The 'Good' Refugee is Traumatized: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder as a Measure of Credibility in the Canadian Refugee Determination System, Master's project (Ryerson University, 2014) [text]

Resettlement and Self-Sufficiency: Refugees' Perceptions of Social Entrepreneurship in Arizona, Thesis (Arizona State University, May 2015) [text]

The Role of Social Ties in the Process of Settlement of Migrant Survivors of Political Violence: A Critical Ethnographic Study, Dissertation (University of British Columbia, 2015) [text]

"When Are We Going To Be Settled Down and Know This Is Our Place?”: A Phenomenological Examination of Iraqi Refugee Families’ Lived Experiences with Resettlement, Dissertation (University of Tennessee, 2015) [text]

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