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"Migration, Ethnicity and Race Relations"
(Taylor and Francis, 1978)
Lives in the Balance: Understanding current challenges to the refugee claim process
(Canadian Council for Refugees, May-09)
“Canadian Borders and Immigration Post 9/11”
This article focuses on the effects of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks on Canadian immigration and refugee policy. After a glimpse at shifts in media coverage and public attitudes, and an examination of the impact ...
Canadian Immigration: Short- and Longer-term Implications
(American Sociological Association, Aug-81)
Policies of immigration intake have altered certain features both of quality and quantity of arrivals. With greater proportions of family and assisted relatives, the expected rates of participation are considerably lower. ...
Alienation and Nationalism: Is it Possible to Increase First Nations Voter Turnout in Ontario?
(Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 2007)
“Institutionalizing Precarious Immigration Status in Canada”
(Taylor and Francis, 2009)
This paper analyzes the institutionalized production of precarious migration status in Canada. Building on recent work on the legal production of illegality and nondichotomous approaches to migratory status, we review ...
Chapter II: Nonrational Action
(Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, 1991)
“Mondialisation et migration internationale: Tendance, interrogations et models théoriques”
(Association des démographes du Québec (Le Département de démographie de l'Université de Montréal), 2002)
La relation entre migration internationale et mondialisation est gÃ©nÃ©ralement prÃ©sentÃ©e de faÃ§on simplifiÃ©e et incomplÃ¨te dans la littÃ©rature scientifique actuelle. Souvent, on y aborde la mondialisation en se ...
“Interrogating Borders: A Transnational Approach to Refugee Research in Vancouver”
Immigration is predicated on the centrality of the nation-state. The authors argue that analyzing settlement patterns and successful integration within a strictly national context is insufficient to understand the political, ...