Immigration

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Classic texts

Iacovetta, Franca. Gatekeepers: Reshaping Immigrant Lives in Cold War Canada. Toronto: Between the lines, 2006.

Taylor, K.W. “Racism in Canadian immigration policy.” Canadian Ethnic Studies, 23, 1 (1991) p. 1-21.

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Banerjee, Rupa. “Income Growth of New Immigrants in Canada: Evidence from the Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics.”Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations, 64, 3 (Summer 2009) p. 466-488.

Bangarth, Stephanie D. “‘We are not asking you to open wide the gates for Chinese immigration’: The Committee for the Repeal of the Chinese Immigration Act and Early Human Rights Activism in Canada.” Canadian Historical Review, 84, 3 (September 2003) p. 395-422.

Bauder, Harald. ‘Immigration Debate in Canada: How Newspapers Reported, 1996-2004.” Journal of International Migration & Integration, 9, 3 (Summer 2008) p. 289-310.

Cousineau, Jean-Michel & Brahim Boudarbat. “La situation économique des immigrants au Québec” Relations Industrielles / Industrial Relations, 64, 2 (Printemps 2009) p. 230-249.

Daniel, Dominique. “The Debate on Family Reunification and Canada’s Immigration Act of 1976.” American Review of Canadian Studies, 35, 4 (Winter 2005) p. 683-703.

Deshaw, Rell. “The History of Family Reunification in Canada and Current Policy.” Canadian Issues, March 2006, p.9-14.

Gardiner Barber, Pauline. “The Ideal Immigrant? Gendered class subjects in Philippine-Canada migration.” Third World Quarterly, 29, 7 (October 2008) p. 1265-1285

Godin, Jean-François & Jean Renaud. “Work and Immigrants: An Analysis of Employment Activity in the First Ten Years of Establishment in the Montreal Area.” Journal of International Migration & Integration, 6, 3/4 (Summer/Fall2005) p. 469-492.

Harzig, Christiane. “MacNamara’s DP Domestics: Immigration Policy Makers Negotiate Class, Race, and Gender in the Aftermath of World War II.” Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society, 10, 1 (Spring2003) p. 23-49.

Iacovetta, Franca. “Ordering in Bulk: Canada’s postwar immigration policy and the recruitment of contract workers.” Journal of American Ethnic History. 11, 1, (Fall 1991) p. 50-81.

Iacovetta, Franca.  “Manly Militants, Cohesive Communities and Defiant Domestics: Writing about Immigrants in Canadian Historical Scholarship.” Labour/Le Travail, 36, (Fall, 1995) p. 217-52.

Iacovetta, Franca & Wendy Mitchinson (Eds.) On the Case: Explorations in Social History. University of Toronto Press, 1998.

Kazemipur, Abdolmohammad & Shiva S. Halli. “Immigrants and ‘New Poverty’: The Case of Canada.” International Migration Review, 35, 4 (Winter 2001) p. 1129-1156.

Ley, David. “Seeking Homo Economicus: The Canadian State and the Strange Story of the Business Immigration Program.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 93,2 (June 2003) p. 426-441

Li, Peter S.  “Immigration from China to Canada in the Age of Globalization: Issues of Brain Gain and Brain Loss.” Pacific Affairs, 81, 2 (Summer2008) p. 217-239.

Nadeau, Serge & Aylin Seckin. “The Immigrant Wage Gap in Canada: Quebec and the Rest of Canada.” Canadian Public Policy, 36, 3 (September 2010) p. 265-285.

Nakhaie, M. Reza. “A Comparison of the Earnings of the Canadian Native-Born and Immigrants, 2001.” Canadian Ethnic Studies, 38, 2 (2006) p. 19-46

Pratt, Anna & Mariana Valverde. “Deserving Victims to ‘Masters of Confusion’: Redefining Refugees in the 1990s.” Canadian Journal of Sociology, 27, 2 (Spring2002) p. 135-162.

Spitzer, Denise, Anne Neufield, Margaret Harrison, Karen Hughes & Miriam Stewart. “Caregiving in Transnational Context: “My wings Have Been Cut; Where Can I Fly?” Gender and Society, 17, 2 (April 2003) p. 267-86.

Triadafilopoulos, Triadafilo. “Global norms, domestic institutions and the transformation of immigration policy in Canada and the US.” Review of International Studies, 36, 1 (January 2010 p.169-193.

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