Contributions to Proceedings:
"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,
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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