Organization‐Led Migration, Individual Choice, and Refugee Resettlement in The U.S.: Seeking Regularities*

@article{Forrest2014OrganizationLedMI,
  title={Organization‐Led Migration, Individual Choice, and Refugee Resettlement in The U.S.: Seeking Regularities*},
  author={Tamar Mott Forrest and L. A. Brown},
  journal={Geographical Review},
  year={2014},
  volume={104},
  pages={10 - 32}
}
The role of organizations in migration has received less attention than warranted; individual choice has typically been emphasized. As an in‐depth illustration, we consider refugee resettlement in the United States, post–World War , wherein intermediary organizations play(ed) a major role. Central to this system are voluntary agencies (s) and community organizations, but secondary migration also is critical. Attention is given to all refugees between 2000 and 2010, and in greater detail to… Expand
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