HIV prevention practices in the US
substance use and misuse, mental health, community-based practices, social work professionalization and localization in global contexts (China and beyond).
My research lies at the intersection of Immigration and Immigration Policy, Returned Migration, Sound Studies, Popular Culture and Aesthetics, Surveillance, Performance Studies, Citizenship, (Dis)placements and Violence, and Organized Crime in Central Mexico. As a sociocultural anthropologist, ...
Influence on shifting state policies on individuals and ethnic communities; Romani education and assimilation/integration issues in Hungary; Hungarian child welfare policy and the development of Romani children in state institutions
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106