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Toward Equitable Health and Health Services for Cambodian Refugee Women: An Ethnographic Analysis
This goal of this research project was to learn about Cambodian-Canadian womenâ€™s health experiences. We argue that health narratives specifically, and resettlement experiences more broadly, provide insight into this ...
Membership in the Global City: The Successes and Failures of Municipal Multiculturalism in Toronto
(York Lanes Press, 2010)
It asks, is the City of Toronto's approach to diversity-related policies able to provide a space for alternative, more organic, practices of multiculturalism? To what extent does the City of Toronto offer its residents an ...
Refugee decisions by IRB Member David McBean (2008-2010)
This item provides access to the following 174 Immigration and Refugee Board case files: TA9-16871/TA9-16872/TA9-16873/TA9-20732;TA9-12340;TA8-20470/TA8-20518/TA8-20519;TA8-11999;TA8-07290;TA8-05173;TA6-01686/TA6-01687/T ...
“Responding to Protracted Refugee Situations: Lessons from a Decade of Discussion”
(Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford, 2011)
"Cumulative Trauma, Personal and Social Resources, and Post-traumatic Stress Symptoms Among Income-assisted Single Mothers"
(Springer Verlag, 2010)
Data from 247 single mothers were used to partially validate a theoretical model that highlights the process through which post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) develops among women. Structural equation modeling was used ...
"Refugees and Peacekeeping"
"The Symbolic Economy of Trans-order Governance: A Case Study of Subjective Exclusion and Migrant Women from Mexico"
(Oxford University Press, 2010)
Using the case example of women from Mexico who migrate north for work, this article offers an analysis of the symbolic economy that directs the trans-border regulation of (im)migration, gender, and transnational livelihoods. ...