Sora - a female name from South Sudan, meaning revolution.
SORA - a revolution in global awareness. A revolution of knowledge

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The Sudanese Online Research Association welcomes contributions of essays, papers and projects about Sudan and the Sudanese Diaspora. The following headings link to research papers that are published exclusively through the Sudanese Online Research Association Online Library. If you require further details about the authors please email.

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On behalf of all of the authors we ask that you please acknowledge their work if you choose to cite it elsewhere.

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Meaning in Life, Social Connectedness and Quality of Life in Young People from a Sudanese Refugee Background (abstract only), By Sussanah Tipping

**The complete thesis will be published on SORA on completion***

To date, studies exploring the post-resettlement mental health of refugees have largely focused on psychopathology utilising quantitative methodologies. There is a need to move beyond the focus on psychopathology to a more holistic understanding of the resettlement experience. The current study will take into account the present knowledge of pre and post-migration factors which impact on mental health and well-being. Further, it will utilise appropriate models for understanding the refugee experience and draw on models from outside of the refugee literature which inform us about factors contributing to psychosocial well-being. This exploratory study will investigate, with the use of appropriate measures such as the World Health Organisation's Quality of Life Instrument (Brief Version) and a semi-structured clinical interview, meaning in life, social connectedness and quality of life in young people from a Sudanese refugee background. 

 

For more information please email s.tipping@pgrad.unimelb.edu.au



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