This book addresses the issues and the wide variety of contexts in which migration and resettlement schemes have occurred. It examines responses of dislocated people facing dislocation and resettlement and specifically presents question: What are the common stresses of dislocation and resettlement?
Table of Contents
1. Introduction Part 1: Resettlement Due to Political Upheaval 2. Self-Settled Rural Refugees in Africa: The Case of Angolans in Zambian Villages 3. Women and Men as Refugees: Differential Assimilation of Angolan Refugees in Zambia 4. Halfway to Nowhere: Vietnamese Refugees on Guam, 5. Vietnamese Refugee Resettlement: Denver, Colorado, 1975–1977 Part 2: Resettlement Due to Natural Disasters 6. Here There Is Life: The Social and Cultural Dynamics of Successful Resistance to Resettlement in Postdisaster Peru 7. Pastoral Nomad Settlement in Response to Drought: The Case of the Kenya Somali 8. Posthurricane Resettlement in Belize Part 3: Resettlement as an Element of Planned Change 9. Involuntary Migration and Government Policy: Population Displacement in South Africa 10. The Fort McDowell Yavapai: A Case of Long-Term Resistance to Relocation 11. A Reservation for the Nambiquara 12. Resettlement in the Zande Development Scheme 13. Favela Removal: The Eradication of a Lifestyle 14. The Papaloapan Dam and Resettlement Project: Human Ecology and Health Impacts Part 4: Conclusion 15. From Welfare to Development: A Conceptual Framework for the Analysis of Dislocated People