Liberian refugee women, women refugees, refugee camp, social capital, bonding, bridging, linking social capital, international social work, refugee policy
This article reports on a mixed methods study of Liberian refugee women at the Buduburam refugee camp in Ghana. The study examined the role and impact of social capital on the women's well-being. Three types of social capital - bonding, bridging, and linking - were examined. The study's findings revealed that although the women had some bonding social capital, they possessed very little bridging social capital, and linking social capital was non-existent. These findings suggest that the refugee women may benefit from national and internationalp olicies andp rograms that seek to both strengthen existing and create new sources of social capital for refugee women.
"A Mixed Methods Analysis of Social Capital of Liberian Refugee Women in Ghana,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 36:
3, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol36/iss3/4
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