Improving civic engagement: A strength-based strategy to address post-resettlement challenges

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2017-03
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American English
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West Texas A&M University
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Overview: Considering the benefits of civic engagement for integrating of refugees into new community, attitudes toward, frequency and predictors of civic engagement are examined among 14 Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) refugees.

Goals and Objectives: To demonstrate the importance of civic engagement in post-resettlement adjustment in overcoming individual challenges and becoming integrated in new community; To present results of a quantitative study on civic engagement among refugees from the Middle East and North Africa

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Makki Alamdari, S. (2017, March). Improving civic engagement: A strength-based strategy to address post-resettlement challenges. Paper presented at Refugee Provider Conference, Canyon, 2017. Canyon, TX: West Texas A&M University.
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