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Social support networks and loneliness of Polish migrants in the Netherlands
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
While the concept of transnationalism has gained widespread popularity among scholars as a way to describe immigrants' longterm maintenance of cross-border ties, few studies have empirically addressed how social networks that connect migrants to each other and to nonmigrants in communities of origin are also associated with migrants' well-being. We examined the extent to which social support networks of Polish migrants in the Netherlands serve as precursors of loneliness. Using information ondoi:10.1080/1369183x.2019.1597691 fatcat:bgtrvespkvglpjyww3cc6qd37y