Scott Drinkall

Scott Drinkall
George Mason University | GMU · Schar School of Policy and Government

Master of Arts

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Introduction
Current research interest is to evaluate a conceptual framework on migration with dignity and the impacts of COVID-19 on the Pacific Islander community

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The Pacific Islander population in the United States continues to grow due to outmigration and a unique immigration arrangement. Under the Compacts of Free Association (COFA), citizens from three Remote Oceania countries can travel to the United States to live and work without restriction. Given the special status of COFA migrants, there is a growi...
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More than 10,000 people have migrated from the Republic of Marshall Islands to Springdale, Arkansas, the United States. The number is increasing. Marshallese living in Springdale are not effectively integrated into the host society. Many Marshallese are mentally stressed not only at their home country and but at Springdale. The problem will be alle...
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As global sea levels continue to rise, atoll countries—facing persistent and imminent risk—are expected to become source nations of climate migrants in the foreseeable future. This special issue features 10 academic articles, which examine if residents in Pacific atoll countries were, are, or will be ready to re-establish their livelihoods after re...
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The Pacific Islander population in the U.S. continues to grow, with the Portland-Salem, Oregon area serving as one of the largest communities, notably among those from the Micronesian region. Migrants emigrate for a variety of reasons including educational and employment opportunities, improved healthcare, and assisting family members. The purpose...
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Atoll countries in the Pacific, namely Kiribati, the Marshall Islands, and Tuvalu, will become sources of climate migrants in the foreseeable future. This study aimed to examine if people in these atoll countries were, are, or will be ready to successfully relocate to foreign countries by re-establishing their lives and livelihoods in a new environ...

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