From Exclusion to Inclusion—a Stepwise Process: a Qualitative Study of How the Reintegration Process Is Experienced by Young People Previously Living on Streets in the Kagera Region, TanzaniaReport as inadecuate




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Global Social Welfare

pp 1–14

First Online: 05 July 2017

Abstract

The aim is to explore how young people, after having lived on the streets, experience the reintegration process of returning to their local community. Individual interviews were conducted with young males having experience of reintegration after having lived on the streets. The results show a step-wise process initially signified by ambivalence, moving back and forth and encountering setbacks. The process shows how self-reliance is developed and how agency, resilience, individual and collective capital are part of this. Young people who have lived on the street can successfully reintegrate into their local community when given adequate support.

KeywordsStreet children Reintegration Agency Resilience Social support Social capital  Download fulltext PDF



Author: Jeanette Olsson - Staffan Höjer - Maria Emmelin

Source: https://link.springer.com/



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