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LIN 597: MTESOL Capstone: Refugees

Refugees as Subject Heading

Refugees as Subject Heading

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Below is an alphabetical list of hyperlinked subject terms searches of the database (periodical index) which focus on refugees.

Abuse of refugees
Afghan refugees
African refugees
Albanian refugees
Arab refugees
Arab refugees in literature
Asian refugees
Bangladeshi refugees
Bhutanese refugees
Bosnian refugees
Burmese refugees
Cambodian refugees
Catholic Church work with refugees
Central American refugees
Chinese refugees
Church work with refugees
Church work with refugees -- United States
Cuban refugees
Diseases in refugees
East German refugees
Education of refugee children
Education of refugees
Emigration & immigration AND Refugees
Emigration & immigration AND Refugees AND Identity (Psychology)
Employment of political refugees
English as a foreign language AND Refugees
Environmental refugees
European Migrant Crisis, 2015-
Exiled authors
Forced migration
Gay political refugees
German refugees
Governments in exile
Guatemalan refugees
Haitian refugees
Health of refugees
Hutu refugees
Internally displaced persons
Iraqi refugees
Jewish refugees
Jewish refugees in literature
Korean refugees
Kurdish refugees
Legal assistance to refugees
Legal status of internally displaced persons
Legal status of Jews
Legal status of political refugees
Legal status of refugee children
Legal status of refugees
Legal status of refugees -- International cooperation
Legal status of women refugees
LGBTQ+ political refugees
Medical care of refugees
Mental health of refugees
Migrations of nations
Mozambican refugees
North Korean refugees
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Older refugees
Operation Turquoise, 1994
Palestinian refugee property
Palestinian refugees
Palestinian refugees in art
Photography of refugees
Political refugees
Political refugees -- Government policy
Political refugees -- Medical care
Political refugees -- Services for
Political refugees -- Social conditions
Political refugees in art
Political refugees in literature
Political refugees in motion pictures
Psychology of refugees
Refuge (Humanitarian assistance)
Refugee camp schools
Refugee camps
Refugee camps in art
Refugee children
Refugee Day
Refugee families
Refugee passports
Refugee property
Refugee resettlement
Refugee resettlement services
Refugee screening
Refugee services
Refugees -- Crimes against
Refugees -- Government policy
Refugees -- Housing
Refugees -- International cooperation
Refugees -- Press coverage
Refugees -- Social conditions
Refugees AND Identity (Psychology)
Refugees AND Learning
Refugees AND Linguistic identity
Refugees AND Teaching
Refugees as artists
Refugees in art
Refugees in literature
Refugees in motion pictures
Refugees in the Afghan War, 2001-2021
Refugees in Yugoslav War, 1991-1995
Religious refugees
Right of asylum
Romani refugees
Rwandan refugees
Salvadoran refugees
Serbian refugees
Somali refugees
Southeast Asian refugees
Sudanese refugees
Syrian refugees
Tamil (Indic people) refugees
Teenage refugees
Temporary protection of refugees
Tibetan refugees
Ugandan refugees
Unaccompanied refugee children
Undocumented immigrants
Vietnamese refugees
Women refugees
Women refugees -- Abuse of
Women refugees -- Crimes against
World Refugee Year, 1959-1960

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