Resources for coping with economic distress: The situation of unemployed Southeast Asian refugees

@article{Johnson1989ResourcesFC,
  title={Resources for coping with economic distress: The situation of unemployed Southeast Asian refugees},
  author={P. Johnson},
  journal={Lifestyles},
  year={1989},
  volume={10},
  pages={18-43}
}
This paper focuses on identifying resources and demographic variables that might influence the amount of economic distress experienced by unemployed Southeast Asian refugees. Voydanoff conceptualized economic distress as containing objective (employment instability and economic deprivation) and subjective (employment uncertainty and economic strain) dimensions. As measured in this study, unemployed refugees are not experiencing extensive economic distress except in the area of employment… Expand
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