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by Mary Haour-Knipe

  • Author: Mary Haour-Knipe
  • ISBN: 0748404902
  • ISBN13: 978-0748404902
  • ePub: 1850 kb | FB2: 1197 kb
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Books Ltd (June 30, 1998)
  • Pages: 160
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Migration, Families And Stress book.

Migration, Families And Stress book.

This study is a detailed exploration of how families cope both individually and as structures with the stresses of moving .

This study is a detailed exploration of how families cope both individually and as structures with the stresses of moving to a new culture. Through rich interviews conducted over a period of two years, Mary Haour-Knipe shows the processes of change and adjustment at work. As the world of work becomes increasingly a global one, employees of governments, companies and non-commercial organisations increasingly find themselves obliged to live abroad for years at a time, uprooting their families from jobs, schools and support networks in the process

Dr Mary Haour-Knipe now works for the Joint United Nations Programme .

Dr Mary Haour-Knipe now works for the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS within the migration health service of the International Organisation for Migration in Geneva. No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilised in any form or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publishers. 220 Expatriation, stress, coping and families 221 Stress and families 223. 209. 225 228 237.

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Migration is very often a family affair, and often involves children, directly or indirectly. It may give rise to better quality of life for an entire family, or to bitter disappointment, and may also increase vulnerability to HIV and AIDS.

Families, children, migration and AIDS. Migration is very often a family affair, and often involves children, directly or indirectly. Moving Families: Expatriation, Stress and Coping. 1. Introduction 2. Who are they, and why do they move?

Families, children, migration and AIDS. It may give rise to better quality of life for an entire family, or to bitter disappointment, and ma. More). Who are they, and why do they move? 3. What is stressful about moving abroad? 4. Strains on families 5. Coping 6. Giving and receiving social support 7. Social support from withi.

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Haour-Knipe, M. (2001). This study is a detailed exploration of how families cope both individually and as structures with the stresses of moving to a new culture. As the world of work becomes increasingly a global one, employees of governments, companies and non-commercial organisations increasingly find themselves obliged to live abroad for years at a time, uprooting their families from.

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