This study examines the settlement experiences and information practices of recently-arrived Afghan immigrant and refugee youth in Toronto. As part of this ethnographic study, semi-structured interviews were conducted with seven Afghan youth between the ages of 18 and 28 who had lived in Canada for less than 10 years.
"This study identifies the challenges and unmet settlement needs of Afghan youth in Toronto, and enhances our understanding of the information practices used by recent immigrant and refugee youth to make the transition of settlement. As such, it enhances our understanding of the context in which newcomer youth seek use and share information for settlement, and therefore has implications for the design and implementation of outreach strategies appropriate to reach these groups and deliver settlement information through trusted sources. By offering an in-depth portrait of the lives and information practices of Afghan youth during their settlement in Toronto, this study offers Afghan newcomer youth the opportunity to share their unique perspectives on their experiences since migration."
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