By Miriam Potocky
Social paintings perform with refugees and immigrants calls for really expert wisdom of those populations, and really expert variations and functions of mainstream providers and interventions. simply because they can be faced with cultural, linguistic, political, and socioeconomic limitations, those teams are particularly at risk of mental difficulties. between those difficulties are nervousness, melancholy, alienation, grief, even post-traumatic pressure ailment, in addition to organic matters stemming from insufficient or underutilized clinical companies. top Practices for Social paintings with Refugees and Immigrants is the 1st booklet to supply a finished consultant to social paintings with foreign-born consumers that evaluates many various ideas in gentle in their methodological strengths and weaknesses. half I units forth the context for empirically dependent carrier techniques to such consumers by means of describing the character of those populations, appropriate rules designed to help them, and repair supply structures. half II addresses particular troublesome areas universal to refugees and immigrants and evaluates a number of overview and intervention innovations for every quarter. retaining a rigorous empirical and widely pan-cultural method all through, Miriam Potocky-Tripodi seeks to spot the main useful, "best practices" to satisfy a number of the and urgent wishes of uprooted peoples.
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Thus, people who are more present-oriented are less likely to migrate (Fischer, Martin, and Straubhaar ). Some people have strong emotional ties to physical places such as their homes or neighborhoods, or may have a strong sense of identity with their country of origin. Such people are less likely to leave (Malmberg ). Finally, whether people move or not also depends on whether they have the ability to make autonomous decisions about the move. For example, some countries do not allow most people to emigrate.
It is important to note that some people are in circumstances that appear similar to refugees, but they are not refugees as deﬁned above. These are referred to as refugee-like situations. For example, a person may have moved from one part of his or her own country into another part of that same country because of the same fear of persecution as described above. This frequently happens in civil wars. Although such people may have suffered from the same human rights violations as refugees, and have been forced to move out of their homes like refugees, they have not actually left their countries.
Overall, the foreign-born have a higher unemployment rate, lower earnings, a higher poverty rate, and a lower rate of home ownership, compared to the native-born. Again, substantial differences arise between naturalized citizens and noncitizens. The unemployment rate of noncitizens is almost twice as high as that of naturalized citizens, whose rate is actually lower than that of the native-born. Nearly one-half of noncitizens have earnings below $, compared to about one-fourth of naturalized citizens.
Best practices for social work with refugees and immigrants by Miriam Potocky