Putting Family First

Migration and Integration in Canada
 
 
University of British Columbia Press
  • erschienen am 1. Mai 2019
 
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  • 352 Seiten
978-0-7748-6126-7 (ISBN)
 

Harald Bauder is a professor of geography and the director of the Graduate Program in Immigration and Settlement Studies at Ryerson University. He is also the founder of the Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement. His books include Migration Borders Freedom and Immigration Dialectic: Imagining Community, Economy, and Nation. Bauder is also a recipient of the Konrad Adenauer Research Award and a senior research fellowship from the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies.

Contributors: Mehrunnisa Ahmad Ali, Assel Baitubayeva, Fabiola Lim¿n Bravo, Tania Dargy, Diane Dyson, Erika Gates-Gasse, Maria Gintova, Sepali Guruge, Charity-Ann Hannan, Corinne Hart, Mia Hershkowitz, Ana Leticia Ibarra, Omar Lujan, Skylar Maharaj, Beth Martin, Erin Mulvale, Henry Parada, Andrea Robertson, Ezekiel Roos-Walker, Jesse Root, John Shields, Reena Tandon, Vappu Tyysk¿Marc Yvan Valade, Shuguang Wang, Karline Wilson-Mitchell

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Harald Bauder is a professor of geography and the director of the Graduate Program in Immigration and Settlement Studies at Ryerson University. He is also the founder of the Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement. His books include Migration Borders Freedom and Immigration Dialectic: Imagining Community, Economy, and Nation. Bauder is also a recipient of the Konrad Adenauer Research Award and a senior research fellowship from the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies.

Contributors: Mehrunnisa Ahmad Ali, Assel Baitubayeva, Fabiola Limon Bravo, Tania Dargy, Diane Dyson, Erika Gates-Gasse, Maria Gintova, Sepali Guruge, Charity-Ann Hannan, Corinne Hart, Mia Hershkowitz, Ana Leticia Ibarra, Omar Lujan, Skylar Maharaj, Beth Martin, Erin Mulvale, Henry Parada, Andrea Robertson, Ezekiel Roos-Walker, Jesse Root, John Shields, Reena Tandon, Vappu Tyyska, Marc Yvan Valade, Shuguang Wang, Karline Wilson-Mitchell
Foreword / Olivia Chow

Preface

Introduction / Harald Bauder, Mehrunnisa Ahmad Ali, and John Shields

Part 1: The Myth of the Self-Sufficient Immigrant

1 Immigrants Are Family Members, Too / Beth Martin

2 Neoliberalism and the Framing of Contemporary Canadian Immigration Policy / Jesse Root, John Shields, and Erika Gates-Gasse

3 Community Support for Immigrants and Their Families / Shuguang Wang and Skylar Maharaj

4 A Systems Approach to Immigrant Families and the Labour Market / Diane Dyson, Ezekiel Roos-Walker, and Charity-Ann Hannan

5 Looking beyond Class, Culture, Race, and Ability in Family Safety / Karline Wilson-Mitchell and Andrea Robertson

Part 2: The Family Advantage

6 The Five W's of Migration and Settlement Decision Making / Sepali Guruge, Mia Hershkowitz, and Corinne Hart

7 How Families Shape Settlement Trajectories / Mehrunnisa Ahmad Ali, Marc Yvan Valade, and Tania Dargy

8 Immigrant Women's Roles in Family Settlement / Mehrunnisa Ahmad Ali and Assel Baitubayeva

9 Children, Youths, and Resilience / Henry Parada, Ana Leticia Ibarra, Erin Mulvale, and Fabiola Limon Bravo

10 Social Capital, Newcomer Youth, and Family Resilience / Marc Yvan Valade and Vappu Tyyska

11 The Economic and Labour Market Dynamics of Family Settlement / John Shields and Omar Lujan

12 Settling on Services / John Shields, Maria Gintova, Sepali Guruge, Reena Tandon, and Mia Hershkowitz

13 The Family Advantage / Marc Yvan Valade and Karline Wilson-Mitchell

Conclusion and Policy Recommendations / Harald Bauder

Appendix: Methods / Marc Yvan Valade and Maria Gintova

Index

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