refugees, immigration, adaptation, refugee mental health, English learning, refugee employment, anti-immigrant sentiment
This study examines refugees' process of adaptation to life in the United States. It focuses primarily on English learning, self-sustaining employment, and mental/emotional health. It then goes on to identify some ways in which Americans can ease refugees' process of adaptation. It is largely based on eight interviews conducted by the researcher, as well as significant secondary research.
Schlosser, Bethany, "Adapting to American Life: A Look at the United States’ Refugee Population" (2018). Honors Projects. 684.