B. Salami, J. Salma, K. Hegadoren, S. Meherali, T. Kolawole, E. Diaz
Public Health, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2018.10.017 (Published Feb 2019)
In this article, authors interviewed immigrant service providers in Alberta, Canada, to discuss how their clients experience belonging on a day-to-day basis. The research showed that there are two different groups within which migrants experience belonging; their specific ethnocultural group, and the mainstream society of Canada. The researchers saw that migrants feel more belonging in an ethnic group before becoming comfortable with people who live near them. The authors argue that lack of ethnocultural diversity in local organizations adds to this distance from Canadian society.
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