Refugee Women, HRD, and Transitions to Employment: A Summary of Methodological Approaches

@inproceedings{Tuliao2016RefugeeWH,
  title={Refugee Women, HRD, and Transitions to Employment: A Summary of Methodological Approaches},
  author={Minerva D. Tuliao},
  year={2016}
}
Refugee women comprise half of the world’s 19.5 million refugees today. Many refugee women resettle in industrialized countries, yet there is limited research particularly on their human resource development issues, including transitions to employment. This paper summarizes the methodological approaches of research conducted on refugee women and their transitions to employment. Majority of the 22 articles surveyed described refugees from Africa, utilized qualitative approaches, and have been… CONTINUE READING

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