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From the Publisher"This timely book focuses on the psychological experience of immigrants and refugees. This book will interest readers across the social sciences disciplines, including anthropology, sociology, ethnic studies, and social work as well as psychology. Recommended."
"...would recommend this book to professional care providers, educators, policymakers, psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, and politicians. The chapters are well written, clear, concise, and, when added together, make a compelling and respectful case to treat immigrants as one would want to be treated."
"...Well written, conceptually clear, intellectually engaging and most politically worthwhile."
—Anton Allahar, Ph.D.
Dept. of Sociology, The University of Western Ontario
"... A significant contribution to the scholarship on immigrant experiences."
—Fabienne Doucet, Ph.D.
School of Family Studies, University of Connecticut
"The editor demonstrates remarkable...familiarity with...interdisciplinary fields related to cultural studies…the book will be of most interest to scholars in the field of ethnic studies, social workers and public health professionals, sociologists, psychologists, and anthropologists…I would...recommend it to colleagues as an introduction to the study of culture…"
—Glenn Adams, Ph.D.
University of Kansas