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Development Education and the Psychosocial Dynamics of Migration

  title={Development Education and the Psychosocial Dynamics of Migration},
  author={Joram Tarusarira},
  journal={Policy and Practice; a Development Education Review},
  • Joram Tarusarira
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • Policy and Practice; a Development Education Review
A positive response to migration requires a joint effort from both the migrants and citizens of the host countries. Migration, especially forced migration, engenders negative personal and socio-psychological impacts on refugees, asylum seekers and economic migrants. The traumatic experiences they encounter on the journey from their homelands to host countries cause helplessness, fear and dependency. On the other hand, citizens of the host countries often have a negative psychological… Expand
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