Browsing Faculty of Social Sciences by Subject "Refugees"
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Migration regime and “language part of work”: Experiences of Syrian refugees as surplus population in the Turkish labor market (Sage, 2020-10)The literature on migration, language and employment is dominated by the human capital approach and promotes multilingualism as a universal good. This paper examines the relationship between language and work for migrants ...
The role of coping strategies in post-traumatic growth among syrian refugees: A structural equation model (MDPI, 2021-08)The Syrian conflict has led to a mass migration of Syrians to other countries and exposed them to many possible traumatic events and stressors in their country of origin and in the resettlement process. The possibility of ...
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