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Beyond Assimilation: The Immigrant Family and Community in a Canadian Metropolis
(Loyola College of Social Sciences, 2004)
This paper draws on an empirical research focusing on immigrant families in Winnipeg, Canada, which is based on a sample of 440 south Asian, Filipino, Middle Eastern, and Eastern European respondents. When immigrants are ...
Immigrant and Refugee Serving Organizations in a Canadian City: An Exploratory Study
(Prairie Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Integration, 2006)
Government-initiated immigrant and refugee-related programs seem to have encountered problems that are, at least in part, due to a lack of research on the critical functions of immigrant and refugee serving non-governmental ...
Urban housing cooperatives: experiments in participation
The problem of housing in urban industrial societies has become a matter of great concern for planners and urban dwellers. The land values, cost of construction, mortgage rates, home ownership and rental costs have been, ...