Welcoming, Trust, and Civic Engagement: Immigrant Integration in Metropolitan America Written by: Dina G. Okamoto, Linda R. Tropp, Helen B.
Civic Attitudes and Engagement Among Middle Eastern and North African Refugees and Immigrants in the U.S. Sara Makki Alamdari Indiana
Making a difference in the community: local civic engagement efficacy among immigrants and refugees in King County, Washington Written by: Dan
Are immigrant youth more likely to be involved in voluntary organizations than their non-immigrant peers are to be engaged in politics? Survey
Social Capital and Migrants’ Quality of Life: a Systematic Narrative Review Written by: Adekunle Adedeji Published in: Journal
Assessing Effect of Bridging Social Capital on the Attitudes Toward Immigrants in the U.S.: Does Race Matter? Written by: Yoosun Chu
Refugees and the System: Social and Cultural Capital during U.S. Resettlement Published in: International Journal for the Advancement of
The Use of Human Capital and Limitations of Social Capital in Advancing Economic Security among Immigrant Women Living in Central Alberta,
Using Profiles of Human and Social Capital to Understand Adult Immigrants’ Education Needs: A Latent Class Approach Written by: Calonie M. K.