Immigration and Settlement
Challenges, Experiences, and Opportunities
Editor: Harald Bauder (CA)
Immigration and Settlement: Challenges, Experiences, and Opportunities draws on a selection of papers that were presented at the international conference “Migration & the Global City” at Ryerson University, Toronto, in October of 2010. Through the use of international and Canadian perspectives, this book examines the contemporary challenges, experiences, and opportunities of immigration and settlement in global, Canadian, and Torontonian contexts.
In seventeen comprehensive chapters, this text approaches immigration and settlement from various thematic angles, including: rights, state, and citizenship; immigrants as labout; communities and identities; housing and residential contexts; and emerging opportunities. Immigration and Settlement will be of interest to academics, researchers and students, policy-makers, NGOs and settlement practitioners, and activists and community organizers.
|Canadian Scholars’ Press|
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|English||Hardback||6.75 in x 9.75 in||C$49.95||300|