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  • Canadian Ethnic Studies/Études Ethniques Au Canada


Bélanger, Alain et Samuel Vézina. Niveau de littératie et integration économique des immigrants canadiens. 49.2: 53–74.

Boudarbat, Brahim, and Gilles Grenier. Immigration in Quebec: Labour Market Integration and Contribution to Economic Growth. 49.2: 13–32.

Branker, Ron Robert. How Do English-speaking Caribbean Immigrants in Toronto Find Jobs? Exploring the Relevance of Social Networks. 49.3: 51–70.

Chira, Sinziana. Learning Opportunities: International Students and Lessons About Education, Immigration and Cultural Diversity On and Off the (Atlantic) Canadian Campus. 49.3: 133–152.

Fernando, Shanti, and Jen Rinaldi. Seeking Equity: Disrupting a History of Exclusionary Immigration Frameworks. 49.3: 7–26.

Gravel, Sylvie, Stéphanie Bernstein, Francisco Villanueva, Jill Hanley, Daniel Crespo-Villarreal et Emmanuelle Ostiguy. Le recours à l’embauche des travailleurs étrangers temporaires dans les secteurs saisonniers au Québec : le point de vue des employeurs. 49.2: 75–98.

Gross, Dominique M. Conditions for an Efficient Canadian Temporary Foreign Worker Program: The Case of Quebec. 49.2: 99–119.

Hanley, Jill, Lindsay Larios, and Jah-Hon Koo. Does Canada “Care” about Migrant Caregivers?: Implications under the Reformed Caregiver Program. 49.2: 121–139.

Kaya, Serdar. Social Consequences of Securitizing Citizenship: Two-Tiered Citizenry and Anti-Immigrant Attitudes. 49.3: 27–49.

Kilolo Malambwe, Jean-Marc. Les immigrants du Québec : participation au marché du travail et qualité de l’emploi. 49.2: 33–52.

Ledent, Jacques, Marie-Thérèse Chicha, and Sébastien Arcand. Introduction: Integration of Immigrants and Temporary Migrants into the Labour Market in Quebec and Canada: New Perspectives on Contexts and Actors. 49.2: 1–5. [End Page 155]

Ledent, Jacques, Marie-Thérèse Chicha et Sébastien Arcand. Introduction : L’insertion des immigrants et des migrants temporaires dans le marché du travail au Québec et au Canada : nouveaux regards sur les contextes et Acteurs. 49.2: 7–12.

Lu, Yixi, and Li Zong. The Development of the Chinese Community in Saskatoon. 49.3: 71–91.

Mulholland, Mary-Lee. Welcoming the Stranger in Alberta: Newcomers, Secularism and Religiously Affiliated Settlement Agencies. 49.1: 19–42.

Negura, Lilian. La construction sociale de la migration : Le rôle de l’expérience et des représentations sociales. 49.1: 103–124.

Panesar, Nilum, Yolande Pottie-Sherman, and Rima Wilkes. The Komagata Through a Media Lens: Racial, Economic, and Political Threat in Newspaper Coverage of the 1914 Komagata Maru Affair. 49.1: 85–101.

Rivest, Marie-Pier, Nicolas Moreau, and Lilian Negura. From Affirmed Privilege to Experiences of Discrimination: Majority Anglophones’ Perceptions of Linguistic Majority-Minority Dynamics in Canada. 49.1: 67–84.

Sioufi, Rana, and Richard Y. Bourhis. Francophone Intergroup Attitudes and Readiness for Interprovincial Migration in Canada. 49.1: 43–65.

Tastsoglou, Evangelia. Introduction: The Contributions and Constraints of Contemporary Immigration and Citizenship: Commemorating Canada’s 150 Years. 49.3: 1–5.

Tastsoglou, Evangelia, and Alexandra Dobrowolsky. Gender and Care Relationships in Transnational Families: Implications for Citizenship and Belonging. 49.3: 111–131.

Tiflati, Hicham. Muslim Youth Between Quebecness and Canadianness: Religiosity, Identity, Citizenship, and Belonging. 49.1: 1–17.

van Dijk, Joanne. Dutch-Canadian Writers Contribute to Canadian Literature. 49.3: 93–110.


Hill Collins, Patricia, and Sirma Bilge, eds. Intersectionality. By Jingzhou Liu. 49.1: 125–128.

Hogue, Michel. Metis and the Medicine Line: Creating a Border and Dividing a People. By Elliot Worsfold. 49.1: 128–130.

Mills, Sean. A Place in the Sun: Haiti, Haitians, and the Remaking of Quebec. By Michael Akladios. 49.3: 153–154.

Satzewich, Vic. Points of Entry: How Canada’s Immigration Officers Decide Who Gets In. By Abdie Kazemipur. 49.2: 141–143. [End Page 156]

Yiping, Chen, ed. The Pursuit of Harmony and Win-win: China’s Soft Power and its Overseas Compatriot (Hexie yu gongying: Haiwai qiaobao yu zhongguo ruanshili). By Wan Xiaohong. 49.2: 143–146. [End Page 157]



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