STRESSFUL EVENTS AND ASSIMILATION LEVEL OF REFUGEES
Abstract:Thirty-eight Czechoslovak refugees completed a questionnaire measure of assimilation in the host country and measures of post-escape life stress. Persons who reported a greater number of stressful events within a 10-year period following their escape tended to obtain lower scores on the assimilation scale.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1990
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