Jacqueline Mosselson’s research centers around the unique issues facing young people in conditions of extreme economic and governmental uncertainty. Prior research has found that school has a positive impact on a youth’s sense of agency in fragile contexts. As a Family Research Scholar, Mosselson worked on a project to develop a field study to better understand the relationship between education and youth outcomes
in fragile contexts. Her study compares the experiences of young people in Haiti, Uganda, and Thailand over multiple years. Findings from this study will provide important information for international relief organizations and governmental policies about effective youth interventions in fragile contexts.
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