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Masks of Achievement: An Experiential Study of Bosnian Female Refugees in New York City Schools
  • J. Mosselson
  • Sociology
  • Comparative Education Review
  • 26 October 2006
Agencies and personnel working with refugees increasingly view schools as a central pillar for providing vital services that assist refugees in their survival and rehabilitation (Sinclair 2002). TheExpand
Subjectivity and reflexivity: locating the self in research on dislocation
I argue in this article that recognizing the role of subjectivity and bringing in the researcher's positionality as a tool in the research process can not only enhance the ethical integrity of theExpand
Roots & Routes: A Re-Imagining of Refugee Identity Constructions and the Implications for Schooling.
The ways in which refugees are assumed to adapt to United States society have serious consequences on their enjoyment and fulfillment in their schooling experiences. This is further compounded by theExpand
Education and Fragility: A Synthesis of the Literature 1
The purpose of this paper is to provide a synthesis of the emerging literature in the field of education and fragility. We examine the various attempts to capture the contexts of fragility in aExpand
From the Margins to the Center: A Critical Examination of the Identity Constructions of Bosnian Adolescent Refugees in New York City
This article explores the role of culture and social networks as relations of difference in refugee experiences by challenging the assumptions in mainstream psychology that objectify the experiencesExpand
Education and Wellbeing for Refugee Youth
As children and young adults are affected by forced migration, they face the dual challenges of resuming an education that has often been interrupted, and doing so in a new culture. Education andExpand
Prevalence of temporomandibular dysfunction in people experiencing headache and its reciprocal relationship: a systematic review and meta-analysis
A research report submitted to the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in partial fulfilment of the requirrements for the degree of Master of Physiotherapy.