Exploring the social capital and psychological well-being of asylum seeking people: an interpretative phenomenological analysis
Prof Doc Thesis
Khan, Anoushka 2008. Exploring the social capital and psychological well-being of asylum seeking people: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Prof Doc Thesis University of East London School of Psychology
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Psychological research on the experiences of asylum seeking people has been predominantly focused on trauma and psychopathology, locating the distress within the individual. Exploring contextual factors may be a more appropriate approach to understanding distress generally, but particularly for asylum seeking people struggling with distinctive social-political issues.
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