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Studying Abroad: Social Mobility or Social Reproduction? Examining the Strategies of Chinese International Students in Toronto
Students around the world are increasingly mobile in their educational pursuits, with many moving out to move up. The Peoples Republic of China (PRC) is experiencing a studying abroad feverit is the worlds number one country ...
Presumptive Deference and the Role of Expertise on Questions of Law in Canadian Administrative Law
Administrators in Canada are presumptively accorded deference on questions of law. This deference is grounded largely in expertise, a pragmatic justification for deference. This thesis examines the relationship of expertise ...
Post-French Immersion Student Perceptions of Parallel Concordancing: A Mixed Methods Study
I examine the perceptions of students who have graduated from the Ontario French immersion program toward an online corpus at a university in Ontario. No corpus research has yet been conducted on post-French immersion ...
The Conservative Party of Canada and the Politics of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism (2006-2015)
This dissertation assesses the modern Conservative Party of Canada and governments (2006-2015) discourses, political approach and policy record in the fields of citizenship, immigration and multiculturalism. This is done ...
The Paradox of Refugee Protection in Canada: Law and Bureaucratic Politics of Efficiency
Over the course of the past few decades, access to refugee rights has been both expanded and restricted across the liberal democratic world. On the one hand, groups that previously had no ground for protection, such as ...