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Bosnian Refugees in America

New Communities, New Cultures

Coughlan, Reed, Owens-Manley, Judith

2006, IX, 197 p.

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From the reviews:

"For those who find Bosnians among their New American neighbors and clients, this book is essential reading. … Couglan and Owens-Manley provide an in-depth look at the history, culture, and stories of the Bosnian refugee population, which results in a deepened understanding of our Bosnian neighbors ... . The suggested interventions make this a practical work in addition to being an informative one. … this volume would contribute significantly to the education of future social work practitioners, particularly in courses designed to teach cultural responsiveness." (Mary Dugan, PsycCRITIQUES, Vol. 51 (28), July, 2006)

"Coughlan and Owens-Manley’s book … have the aim of enabling the reader to understand who the Bosnian refugees are, where they came from and what they lived through and survived, and as a way of interpreting evidence of psychopathology or lesser disturbance which might impact on the resettlement experience. … advance the literature on an important feature of recent European refugee history." (Gregory Kent, British Journal of Educational Technology, Vol. 39 (5), 2008)

 

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