SEPARATION DUE TO DEPORTATION: PSYCHOLOGICAL, EMOTIONAL, AND ECONOMIC AFFECT ON CHILDREN OF DEPORTED PARENTS
Date of Award
Master of Social Work
School of Social Work
First Reader/Committee Chair
Dr. Corry Dennis
This study looked at the affects of separation due to deportation of a parent(s) on children with US citizenship status who were left behind in the care of one remaining parent, or family members, or were placed in the foster care system. It addressed psychological, emotional, and economic hardships suffered by children in face of being separated from their families and becoming vulnerable to emotionally triggered dysfunctional behavior, abuse, neglect, and poverty. Qualitative methods were used for this research as it aimed to examine the content and depth of the experience.
Nazarian, Gaiane, "SEPARATION DUE TO DEPORTATION: PSYCHOLOGICAL, EMOTIONAL, AND ECONOMIC AFFECT ON CHILDREN OF DEPORTED PARENTS" (2014). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 48.