Contributions to Proceedings:

F. Tachtler:
"Designing for Technology-Enabled Social-Ecological Resilience";
in: "22nd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI '20 Extended Abstracts)", ACM Digital Library, New York, NY, USA, 2020, 978-1-4503-8052-2/20/10, 3 pages.

English abstract:
Unaccompanied migrant youth experience marginalization. In addition, due to their experience before, during and post-migration, they are exposed to mental health risks. Thus, they would benefit from technology enabled mental health support. In this paper, I propose a shift away from viewing resilience development as a responsibility of the individual towards promoting resilience from an ecological approach. This paper presents the social-ecological model of resilience as a design framework to map out the design space of technology enabled mental health support for this and similar context.

Mental Health; Marginalized Populations; Social-Ecological Model; Refugee Context

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