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Dr. Daniela Schroeter
Public Affairs and Administration
Refugee resettlement is often observed by focusing on external indicators of integration such as employment and English proficiency. What is often ignored is the muti-faceted process refugees experience in regard to the emotions that occur during resettlement including financial con-cerns, employment conditions, inadequate counseling services and lack of English language sup-port that can lead to increased stress and anxiety. This research utilized qualitative research methods of interviews and participant observation to examine the process of resettlement for northeast and sub-Saharan African refugees living in Michigan.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Bates-Hill, Ruth M., "Refugee Reflections: A Focus on the Lived Experiences of African Refugees Resettling in Michigan" (2017). Research and Creative Activities Poster Day. 219.
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