Immigrants & Refugees in Canada: A National Perspective on Ethnicity, Multiculturalism & Cross-Cultural Adjustment // Review
Sharma, Satya P., Ervin, Alexander M., Meintel, Deirdre, Anthropologica
Many will remember the 1988 Canadian Ethnology Society's meetings in Saskatoon. Immigrants and Refugees in Canada owes many of its chapters to papers presented there. Its 25 chapters are spread across three vital areas of ethnic research, namely, ethnicity of immigrant groups, the refugee experience of relocation and the immigrant and refugee experience in Quebec.
Part 1, "Cultural Dimensions of Ethnicity among Immigrant Groups in Canada," deals with both theoretical and substantive issues. Sharma's introduction provides one of the most succinct overviews of ethnic research in Canada, drawing on the contributions of various disciplines and anthropology in …
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Publication information: Article title: Immigrants & Refugees in Canada: A National Perspective on Ethnicity, Multiculturalism & Cross-Cultural Adjustment // Review. Contributors: Sharma, Satya P. - Author, Ervin, Alexander M. - Author, Meintel, Deirdre - Author. Journal title: Anthropologica. Volume: 36. Issue: 1 Publication date: January 1, 1994. Page number: 115. © Wilfrid Laurier University 1996. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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