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"Reactive Migration: Sociological Perspectives on Refugee Movements"
(Oxford University Press, 1993)
Sociological theories of migration and refugee movements are reviewed and revised in the light of developments in structural theory. Specifically, the dichotomy between 'voluntary' and 'involuntary' or forced migration is ...
"Canadian Immigration: Recent Developments and Future Prospects"
"Immigration and Structural Change: The Canadian Experience, 1971-1986"
The educational, occupational, industrial and income characteristics of immigrants in Canada, 1971-1986, are considered in the context of postindustrial structural changes in the economic and social system, including ...
“Globalization: Implications for Immigrants and Refugees”
(Taylor and Francis, 2002)
Globalization is not a new process. It is an acceleration of changes induced by the post-industrial revolution in transport and communication. The rapid growth of population in less developed countries combines with a ...
Anthony Richmond, “Immigration Policy and Research in Canada: Pure or Applied?” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 26.1 (2000): 109-125.
(Taylor and Francis, 2000)
A review of Canadian immigration research, published between 1980 and 1998, suggests that research had only a limited impact on policies and programmes. Economists seemed to have more influence than psychologists, sociologists ...
"Sociological Theories of International Migration: The Case of Refugees"
(Sage Publications, 1988)
Sociological theories of international migration (including refugees) should be capable of explaining the scale, direction and composition of population movements that cross state boundaries, the factors which determine ...
"Migration, Ethnicity and Race Relations"
(Taylor and Francis, 1978)
“Citizens, Denizens and Exiles: Review Essay”
(Taylor and Francis, 1999)