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Ethnic Enclaves and Social Cohesion

Show simple item record Qadeer, Mohammad Kumar, Sandeep
dc.contributor.other info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess 2011-06-15T16:01:43Z 2011-06-15T16:01:43Z
dc.description.abstract Ethnic enclaves have a vibrant local commercial and services infrastructure. They are not altogether places of poverty and despair, at least not in the Toronto Census Metropolitan Area (CMA). Their social benefits outweigh the disadvantages of the predominance of one ethnic group. Social cohesion is largely promoted through the equality of economic opportunities, open society and public education. These are supra–neighbourhood processes, and institutionalizing them through the metropolitan, provincial and societal policies are ways to promote social cohesion. Neighbourhoods play an insignificant role in these processes. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Ethnic Enclaves en_US
dc.subject Social Cohesion en_US
dc.subject Multicultural Toronto en_US
dc.subject Diversity in Canadian Cities en_US
dc.title Ethnic Enclaves and Social Cohesion en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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