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Personal perspectives of protracted displacement: an ethnographic insight into the isolation and coping mechanisms of Syrian women and girls living as urban refugees in northern Jordan
The ongoing conflict in Syria has provoked mass exodus on an unprecedented scale, with over four million Syrian refugees now registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Most ofExpand
Listening to the Voices of Syrian Women Refugees in Jordan: Ethnographies of Displacement and Emplacement
Electronic reference AL AKASH, Ruba ; BOSWALL, Karen. Listening to the Voices of Syrian Women Refugees in Jordan: Ethnographies of Displacement and Emplacement In: “Guests and Aliens”: Re-ConfiguringExpand
Protracted Displacement and Invisible Future: Experiences of Urban Syrian Refugees in Irbid-Jordan
Syria's three-year-long turmoil, which seems not coming to an end in the near future, enforced numerous Syrians to flee, millions have already displaced and uprooted, inside Syria and around in theExpand