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Annotated Bibliography of New Zealand Literature on Migrant and Refugee Youth

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Bibliographic information:

 

Higgins, Jane. 2008. Annotated Bibliography of New Zealand Literature on Migrant and Refugee Youth. Wellington: New Zealand Department of Labour. 

 


Abstract:

 

Commissioned by the Department of Labour, this bibliography seeks to determine whether migrant and refugee youth successfully integrate into New Zealand society.  The author begins with a definition of terms, then provides an overview of the situation of young migrants and refugees in New Zealand, summarizes the principal themes that emerged from the literature, and lists identified gaps.  Finally, she describes how literature was selected for inclusion in the bibliography and clarifies the structure of the abstracts and keywords.  Annotated references are organized thematically under one of the following sub-headings: family and social networks, education and employment, health and social services, identity and participation, and research methods.  Appendix one lists international research identified during the literature search process, while Appendix two describes the author's search strategy.  A keyword index is included.  The text is available as a series of web pages and as a PDF report. 

 


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Category:

 

Integration

Youth

 


Resource type:

 

Book

 


 

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