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"We" & "The Others"

Cultural Identity Among Latin Americans in Rural NB

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Long & Amaya
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 155-160; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: New Brunswick, Canada, Latin, Latino, Settlement, Immigration Community, Research, Statistics, Rural

This article is based on a survey that explored the experiences and perceptions of Latin American newcomers in Florenceville, New Brunswick

A Call for Research on Immigration Outside of Canada

In: Immigration > Statistics
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Paul Radford
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 47-51; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Canada, Statistics, Research, Immigration

Researching statistics on immigrants other than Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal

Citizenship and Attachment Across Borders?

A Transnational & Anthropological Research Agenda

In: Citizenship > Canada
Author: Canadian Diversity Spring 2003: Pauline Gardiner Barber
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 45-46; Library code: J3-11, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2003 Volume 2.1
Tags: Canada, Immigrants, Citizenship, Research

Research on immigrants/citizenship to Canada

Comparing Foreign-born & Canadian born Respondents

The panel study on homelessness in Ottawa

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Fall 2007: Klodawsky, et al
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 51-53; Library code: J3-19, Available copies: 2
Published: Fall 2007 Number 4
Tags: Ottawa, Research, Canada, Foreign, Immigrants, Homelessness

A study done on homelessness in Ottawa with comparisons between Canadian born and foreign born respondents

Creating the Knowledge to enhance the capacity of Canada

Housing Sector to Receive & Integrate Newcomers

In: Immigration > Other
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2004: Canada Mortage & Housing
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 126-131; Library code: J3-16, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2004 Number 1
Tags: Newcomers, Canada, Housing, Integration, Research

CMHC's research and information activities will boost the capacity of Canadian municipalities

Creative Classification or Creative Class?

The challenges of applying Richard Florida's formula

In: Business, Employment and Finance > Diversity
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2004: Jack Jedwab
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 34-40; Library code: J3-16, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2004 Number 1
Tags: Class, Canada, Employment, Creative, Classification, Research, Statistics

Creative class in Canada

Diversity and the City

CERIS Research Partnerships & Knowledge Exchange for Policy

In: Immigration > Immigrant and Refugee
Author: Our Diverse Cities Fall 2007: Anisef & Rummens & Shields
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 7-12; Library code: J3-19, Available copies: 2
Published: Fall 2007 Number 4
Tags: Research, Urban, Canada, Immigration, Settlement, Refugee, Policy

This article tracks the evolution of CERIS over the past decade as one of Canada's leading research centres analyzing the impact of immigration and resettlement in urban settings

Engaging Employers

Strategies for Integration of Internationally Trained Worker

In: Business, Employment and Finance > Multicultural
Author: Our Diverse Cities Fall 2007: Adey & Gagnon
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 54-58; Library code: J3-19, Available copies: 2
Published: Fall 2007 Number 4
Tags: Employment, Worker, Immigrant, Foreign, Employers, Research

This article reviews research from the Internationally Trained Workers Partnership on the barriers to employment for foreign trained workers from both the immigrant and the employer perspectives

Experience, Research, Social Change

Methods from the Margins

In: Education > Other
Author: Kirby, Sanda; McKenna, Kate
Language(s): English
Format: Book; Library code: B1-38, Available copies: 1
Published: Not specified
Tags: Education, Research

Francophone Immigration to Minority Communities

The Challenge for Rural Areas

In: Immigration > Statistics
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Roy, et al
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 80-84; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Immigrants, Quebec, Canada, Francophone, Community, Research, Statistics

This article presents the results of research into four rural communities outside Quebec that have attracted Francophone immigrants

Interim Project Report: January 2007

In: Diversity, Human Rights and Racism > Diversity
Author: Our Diverse Cities Fall 2007
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 64-81; Library code: J3-19, Available copies: 2
Published: Fall 2007 Number 4
Tags: Research, Project, Racism, Health, Education, Homelessness, Employment, Culture, Diversity

Our Diverse City Project focusing on combating racism, public health, education and learning, housing and homelessness, employment and culture

Intersecting Identity & Dissecting Social Capital in Canada

In: Education > Math and Science
Author: Canadian Diversity Winter 2004: Jack Jedwab
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 17-19; Library code: J3-12, Available copies: 1
Published: Winter 2004 Volume 3:1
Tags: Education, Psychology, Sociology, Research, Social Capital, Canada, Identity

The author contends that there are important similarities between cohesionist and social capitalist paradigms

Intersecting Oppressions in Urban Montreal

A Hip Hop Perspective

In: Diversity, Human Rights and Racism > Diversity
Author: Canadian Diversity Winter 2004: Peter Flegel
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 47-49; Library code: J3-12, Available copies: 1
Published: Winter 2004 Volume 3:1
Tags: Oppression, Montreal, Canada, Diversity, Music, Research, Youth, Black, Discrimination

An emerging Hop Hop culture provides policy-makers and law-makers with invaluable information about an increased sense of hopelessness among Montreal's Black youth

Intersections of Diversity:

Is this the road to better policy?

In: Diversity, Human Rights and Racism > Diversity
Author: Canadian Diversity Winter 2004: Biles & Tolley
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 53-55; Library code: J3-12, Available copies: 1
Published: Winter 2004 Volume 3:1
Tags: Identity, Diversity, Canada, Research, Policy, Minority, Community

The authors insist that intersections of diversity are indivisible from a new vision for Canada in the twenty-first century

Intersections: W5

(What, Where, When, Why, Who)?

In: Education > Math and Science
Author: Canadian Diversity Winter 2004: James Frideres
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 11-13; Library code: J3-12, Available copies: 1
Published: Winter 2004 Volume 3:1
Tags: Research, Diversity, Intersections, Sociology, Education, Science

A review of best practices in modern research methods and a discussion of the importance of developing a theory of intersections

Markers of Indentity in Capital Markets

Ethnic Businesses & Femal Entrepreneurs

In: Business, Employment and Finance > Multicultural
Author: Canadian Diversity Winter 2004: Sylvie Pare
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 26-30; Library code: J3-12, Available copies: 1
Published: Winter 2004 Volume 3:1
Tags: Business, Gender, Entrepreneurs, Women, Immigrants, Research

Research concerning the treatment of new entrepreneurs, particularly where gender and immigrant status intersect

Neither Finding nor Losing Our Way

The Debate over Canadian Multiculturalism

In: Diversity, Human Rights and Racism > Multiculturalism
Author: Canadian Diversity Winter 2005: Jack Jedwab
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 95-102; Library code: J3-15, Available copies: 3
Published: Winter 2005 Volume 4:1
Tags: Multiculturalism, Canada, Integration, Accommodation, Research, Statistics

This article explores the many complex dimensions of integration, accommodation, interculturalism and multiculturalism

On the Limits of Liberal Multiculturalism

In: Diversity, Human Rights and Racism > Multiculturalism
Author: Canadian Diversity Spring 2004: Richard Day
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 36-38; Library code: J3-13, Available copies: 1
Published: Spring 2004 Volume 3:2
Tags: Research, Multiculturalism, Theorists, Politics, Canada

This article presents a critique of the dominant strain of state-based liberal multiculturalism found in the work of theorists

Overlapping and Intersecting Identities

In: Diversity, Human Rights and Racism > Diversity
Author: Canadian Diversity Winter 2004: Joanna Anneke Rummens
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 5-9; Library code: J3-12, Available copies: 1
Published: Winter 2004 Volume 3:1
Tags: Diversity, Research, Identity

Dr. Rummens proposes a 'multi-dimensional' identity model whereby one's identity overlaps and intersections are recognized and acknowledged

Seconday Migration of New Immigrants to Canada

In: Immigration > Immigrant and Refugee
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2007: Rene Houle
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 16-24; Library code: J3-18, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2007 Number 3
Tags: Canada, Immigrants, Secondary Migration, Migration, Research, Statistics

A Longitudinal Survey of immigrants to Canada to further study the early secondary migration patterns of new immigrants to Canada

Socio-Economic Profile of Visible Minorities in the Prairies

Multiculturalism Research Themes

In: Immigration > Settlement and Sponsorship
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2009: Dib & Rodriguez-Gallagher
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 54-59; Library code: J3-21, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2009 Number 6
Tags: Economic, Social, Minorities, Prairies, Multiculturalism, Research, Settlement, Statistics

Research on the prairies immigrants are choosing to settle

The Growing Case for Youth Engagement Through Culture

In: Family and Children > Other
Author: Our Diverse Cities Fall 2007: Fix & Sivak
Language(s): English/French
Format: Magazine, 145-151; Library code: J3-19, Available copies: 2
Published: Fall 2007 Number 4
Tags: Youth, Culture, Research, Engagement, Programs

Using cultural programs to engage youth

The New Ethnic Identity? Young People on the Prairies

In: Diversity, Human Rights and Racism > Children and Youth
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2009: Jim Frideres
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 76-81; Library code: J3-21, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2009 Number 6
Tags: Ethnic, Identity, Youth, Prairies, Research, Statistics

A survey of immigrant and native born young people assessed their identity and strategies to maintain ethnic identity and the results

The rise of the unmeltable Canadians?

Ethnic & national belongings in Canada's 2nd Generation

In: Education > Math and Science
Author: Canadian Diversity Spring 2008: Jack Jedwab
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 25-34; Library code: J3-14, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2008 Volum 6:2
Tags: Canada, Research, Statistics, Ethnic, Generation, Second-Generation

Research and Statistics on ethnic and national belonging in Canada's Second Generation

Variations in Socioeconomic Outcomes of Second Generation

Young Adults

In: Education > Math and Science
Author: Canadian Diversity Spring 2008: Monica Boyd
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 20-24; Library code: J3-14, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2008 Volum 6:2
Tags: Education, Employment, Canada, Economics, Generation, Second-Generation, Research, Statistics, Adult

Educational and labour market profiles are constructed from the 2001 Census of Canada for the second generation youth ages 20-29

Who is the Second Generation?

A Description of their Ethnic Origins & Visible Minority

In: Education > Math and Science
Author: Canadian Diversity Spring 2008: Lorna Jantzen
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 7-12; Library code: J3-14, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2008 Volum 6:2
Tags: Diversity, Generation, Second-Generation, Ethnic, Minorities, Canada, Statistics, Research

The purpose of this article is to develop a compositional analysis of the characteristics of second generation Canadians as they relate to diversity

Winnipeg's Inner City

Research on the Challenges of Growing Diversity

In: Immigration > Immigrant and Refugee
Author: Our Diverse Cities Summer 2006: Carter, et al
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 50-55; Library code: J3-17, Available copies: 2
Published: Summer 2006 Number 2
Tags: Aboriginals, Immigrants, Refugees, Winnipeg, Canada, Research, Statistics, Settlement

Research on improving settlement in Winnipeg for immigrants, refugees and aboriginals

Workforce Integration of Racialized Francophone Immigrants

Summary of an Exploratory Study

In: Business, Employment and Finance > Multicultural
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2009: Jean Lafontant
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 120-123; Library code: J3-21, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2009 Number 6
Tags: Employment, Integration, Francophone, Immigrants, Winnipeg, Canada, Research

A study based on Francophone immigrants who want to integrate professionally into the official language minority community in Manitoba rather than into the Anglophone majority

Youth & Urban Places as Forms of Attachment: Calgary Study

In: Diversity, Human Rights and Racism > Children and Youth
Author: Our Diverse Cities Spring 2009: Jennifer Wenshya Lee
Language(s): English
Format: Magazine, 82-87; Library code: J3-21, Available copies: 2
Published: Spring 2009 Number 6
Tags: Youth, Urban, Calgary, Canada, Research, Identity, Attachment

Youth identity and attachment