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Haddad, Tony; Lam, Lawrence (1988): Canadian Families-Men's Involvement in Family Work: A Case Study of Immigrant Men in Toronto. International Journal of Comparative Sociology 29(3-4, Sept-Dec), 269-281.
[CANADA; CULTURE; DOMESTIC WORK; IMMIGRATION; SEX ROLES]

Hall, David P (1983): Enforcement Aspects of Canadian Immigration Law: Protection of the Basic Human Rights of Undocumented Migrants. International-Migration/Migrations-internationales/ Migraciones-Internationales 21(2), 305-308.
 [CANADA; HUMAN RIGHTS; ILLEGAL MIGRANTS; IMMIGRATION; LAW; REGULATIONS]

Hallett, Mary E (1974): A Governor General's view on Oriental immigration to B.C. 1904-1914. Canadian Ethnic Studies X(2), 62-74.
[ASIAN; BRITISH COLUMBIA; IMMIGRATION; IMMIGRATION POLICY]

Halli, S; Trovato, F; Dreidger, L (1990): Ethnic Demography: Canadian Immigrant, Racial and Cultural Variations. Carleton University Press, Ottawa.
[CANADA; CULTURE; DEMOGRAPHY; ETHNICITY; RACE]

Halli, SS (1989): Toward a Re-Conceptualization of Minority Group Status and Fertility Hypothesis: The Case of Orientals in Canada. Journal of Comparative Family Studies 20(1, Spring), 21-45.
 [CANADA; CHINESE CANADIANS; FERTILITY; IMMIGRATION; JAPANESE CANADIANS]

Hamilton, Janice (1986): Montreal's Vietnamese: from war and turmoil in their homeland to the challenges of a new life in Canada. Canadian Geographic 106(2), 46-50. A journalistic account. AK
[MONTREAL; RESETTLEMENT; VIETNAMESE]

Hamilton, Janice (1990-91): Exiles in a cold land: Montreal's Haitian community faces a double barrier of prejudice. Canadian Geographic Dec, 34-41. A journalistic account, based on interviews, of Haitian Montrealers. AK
[HAITIAN CANADIANS; MONTREAL; RACISM]

Handlin,Oscar (1951): The Uprooted. 2nd ed. Little, Brown and Company, Boston.

Harney, RF (1974): Ambiente and Social class in North American Little Italies. Canadian R eview of Studies in Nationalism Fall, 208-224.
[CLASS; LITTLE ITALIES; NORTH AMERICA]

Harney, RF (1974): The padrone and the immigrant. Canadian Review of American Studies Fall, 101-118.
[IMMIGRATION; ITALIAN CANADIAN; LABOUR]

Harney, RF (1977): The commerce of migration. Canadian Ethnic Studies VIII(2), 42-53.
[CANADA; IMMIGRATION; ITALIAN CANADIAN]

Harney, RF (1978): Boarding and belonging: thoughts on sojourner institutions. Urban History Review 2, 8-37.
[IMMIGRATION; ITALIAN CANADIAN; LABOUR]

Harney, RF (1979): Men without women: Italian migrants in Canada. Canadian Ethnic Studies XI(1), 29-47.
[GENDER; IMMIGRATION; ITALIAN CANADIAN; LABOUR]

Harney, RF; Troper ,H (1975): Immigrants: A Portrait of the Urban Experience, 1890-1930. Van Nostrand Reinhold, Toronto.
[CANADA; HISTORY; IMMIGRANTS; URBAN]

Harney, Robert (1981): Little Italies in North America. Multicultural History Society of Ontario, Toronto.
[ITALIAN CANADIAN; NEIGHBOURHOODS; TORONTO]

Harney, Robert (1984): Dalla frontiera alle Little Italies. Bonacci, Rome.
[CANADA; IMMIGRATION; LITTLE ITALIES]

Harney, Robert (Ed.) (1985): Gathering Place: Peoples and Neighborhoods of Toronto, 1834-1945. Multicultural History Society of Ontario, Toronto.
[CANADA; HISTORY; IMMIGRATION; NEIGHBOURHOODS; TORONTO]

Harney, Robert F (1979): Men without Women: Italian Migrants in Canada, 1885-1930. Canadian-Ethnic-Studies / Etudes-Ethniques-au-Canada 11(1), 29-47.
[CANADA; IMMIGRATION]

Harney, Robert F (1985): Ethnicity and neighbourhoods. Chap. 1. In: Gathering Place: People and Neighbourhoods of Toronto, 1834-1945. (Ed: Harney,Robert F) (Studies in Ethnic and Immigration History.) Multicultural History Society of Ontario, Toronto, 1-24.
[ETHNICITY; HISTORY; IMMIGRATION; NEIGHBOURHOODS; TORONTO]

Harris, Richard (1984): Residential segregation and class formation in Canadian cities: a critical review. The Canadian Geographer XXVIII(2), 187-196.
[CANADA; CITIES; CLASS; ETHNICITY; RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION]

Harris, Richard (1992): 'Canada's all right': the lives and loyalties of immigrant families in a Toronto suburb, 1900-1945. The Canadian Geographer 36(1), 13-30.
[CANADA; CITIES; IMMIGRANTS; IMMIGRATION; SOCIAL]

Harris, Richard; Sendbuehler, Matthew (1992): Hamilton's East End: the early working class suburb. The Canadian Geographer 36(4), 381-386.
[CANADA; CLASS; HAMILTON; IMMIGRANTS; SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY]

Hartman,Harriet; Hartman,Moshe (1983): The Effect of Immigration on Women's Roles in Various Countries. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 3(3), 86-103.
[CANADA; EDUCATION; IMMIGRANT WOMEN; IMMIGRATION; ISRAEL; LABOUR FORCE PARTICIPATION; OCCUPATIONAL ATTAINMENT; POLICY; UNITED STATES]

Harvey, David (1973): Social Justice and The City. Edward Arnold, London.
[CITIES; SOCIAL]

Harvey, David (1996): Social justice, postmodernism and the city. In: Readings in Urban Theory. (Eds: Fainstein,Susan; Campbell,Scott) Blackwell Publishers, Cambridge, Mass., 415-435.
[JUSTICE; POSTMODERNISM; SOCIAL]

Hashem, Mazen (1993): Review Essay-Muslim Families in North America. American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 10(3, Fall), 415-426.
 [CANADA; GENDER; IMMIGRANT WOMEN; IMMIGRATION; MUSLIM IMMIGRANTS; RELIGION; SOCIO-CULTURAL]

Hawkins, Freda (1970): Women immigrants in Canada. A study prepared for the Royal Commission on The Status of Women. Ottawa.
[CANADA; IMMIGRANT WOMEN]

Hawkins, Freda (1972): Canada and Immigration: Public Policy and Public Concern. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal. his is the most comprehensive history of Canadian immigration.
[CANADA; HISTORY; IMMIGRATION; POLICY]

Hawkins, Freda (1974): Canadian Immigration Policy and Management. International Migration Review 8(2, Summer), 141-153.
      Due to such factors as anxiety about future population & economic growth, Canada is entering a new phase in immigration policy & management. Canadian immigration, which has been managed by the federal government, illustrates the difficulties & weaknesses of the exclusive federal management of an important area of policy. One consequence is that there has been little national concern or interest in immigration. During postwar period Canada, the power of the federal government began to decline, replaced gradually by an equal relationship with the provinces. Canadian immigration management has been carried out by a few politicians & bureaucrats at the federal level. Postwar Canadian immigration policy has undergone major changes by regulation which has aimed to: (1) remove racial discrimination; (2) raise the quality in terms of education & skill of the annual immigration movement; (3) check the unrestricted movement to Canada of sponsored relatives. The new regulations aimed at reducing the number of people coming to Canada who were unable to acquire employment. An unsatisfactory aspect of Canadian immigration is the marked imbalance in the distribution of immigrants across the country. Another problem is that of the "brain drain" where immigrants coming from developing countries have skills needed in their home countries. A big question now facing Canada is that of numbers; how big should Canada be? The Dept of Manpower & Immigration & the Dept of the Secretary of State, are responsible for immigrants at the federal level. In the Fall of 1971, the Dept of the Secretary of State, under new management, created a small Task Force with the responsibility of examining services & programs for immigrants. The Task Force discovered serious underdevelopment in this area. Immigration services need more intergovernmental consultation, for better planning & development. 2 Tables. R. Lent
(Reprinted with permission of Sociological Abstracts, Inc. (SAI), all rights reserved.)
[CANADA; HISTORY; IMMIGRATION; POLICY; REGULATIONS]

Hawkins, Freda (1977): Canadian immigration: a new law and a new approach to management. International Migration Review 11(1), 77-93.
[CANADA; IMMIGRATION POLICY]

Hawkins, Freda (1982): Multiculturalism in two countries: the Canadian and Australian experience. Journal of Canadian Studies 17, 64-80.
[AUSTRALIA; CANADA; MULTICULTURALISM]

Hawkins, Freda (1991): Critical years in Immigration: Canada and Australia Compared. McGill-Queen's Press, Montreal.
[AUSTRALIA; CANADA; HISTORY; IMMIGRATION; POLICY]

Hawthorn, Geoffrey (1984): Some political causes of caste and class hostility in India. Chap. 6. In: Geography and Ethnic Pluralism. (Eds: Clarke,Colin; Ley,David; Peach,Ceri) George Allen & Unwin, London, 141-156.
[CASTE; CLASS; INDIA; SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY]

Head, WA (1989): Adaptation of Immigrants: Perception of Ethnic and Racial Discrimination. York University, Toronto.
[CANADA; DISCRIMINATION; IMMIGRANTS; RACISM]

Head, Wilson (1975): The Black Presence in the Canadian Mosaic. The Ontario Human Rights Commission, Toronto.
[AFRICAN CANADIAN; CANADA]

Head, Wilson (1981): Adaptation of Immigrants: Perceptions of Ethnic and Racial Discrimination. Urban Alliance on Race Relations, Toronto.
[ADAPTATION; CANADA; DISCRIMINATION; ETHNICITY; IMMIGRATION; RACE]

Helweg, Arthur W (1985): India's Immigrant Professionals in Toronto, Canada: The Study of a Social Network. Population Review 29(1-2, Jan-Dec), 67-79.
 [CANADA; IMMIGRATION; KINSHIP; NETWORKS; SOUTH ASIANS]

Henry, F; Ginzberg, E (1985): Who Gets the Work? A Test of Racial Discrimination in Employment. York University, Toronto.
[CANADA; DISCRIMINATION; IMMIGRANTS; RACISM; TORONTO; WORKFORCE]

Henry, Frances (1978): The Dynamics of Racism in Toronto. York University Rsearch Report, Toronto.
[CANADA; IMMIGRANTS; RACISM; TORONTO]

Henry, Frances (1988): Racial Discrimination in Employment. In: Social Inequality in Canada: Patterns, Problems, Policies. (Eds: Curtis,JE; Grabb,N; Gilbert,S) Prentice-Hall, Scarborough, 214-220.
[CANADA; DISCRIMINATION; EMPLOYMENT; RACE]

Henshall, Janet (1984): Gender versus ethnic pluralism in Caribbean agriculture. Chap. 8. In: Geography and Ethnic Pluralism. (Eds: Clarke,Colin; Ley,David; Peach,Ceri) George Allen & Unwin, London, 173-192.
[AGRICULTURE; CARIBBEAN; ETHNICITY; GENDER; PLURALISM]

Herberg, EN (1989): Ethnic Groups in Canada. Nelson, Toronto.
[CANADA; ETHNICITY; IMMIGRATION; METROPOLITAN; RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION]

Hesse, Jurgen Joachim (1991): Speaking with voices of change: immigrant writers and Canadian literature. Journal of Ethnic Studies.
[CANADA; IMMIGRANT WRITERS; LITERATURE]

Heydenkorn, Benedykt (Ed.) (1979): Memoirs of Polish Immigrants in Canada. Canadian Polish Research Institute, Toronto.
[BIOGRAPHIES; IMMIGRANTS; POLISH CANADIANS]

Heydenkorn, Benedykt (1985): Preface. Chap. 10. In: Gathering Place: Peoples and Neighbourhoods of Toronto, 1834-1945. (Ed: Harney,Robert F) (Studies in Ethnic and Immigration History.) Multicultural History Society of Ontario, Toronto, 239-242.
[ETHNICITY; HISTORY; IMMIGRATION; NEIGHBOURHOODS; TORONTO]

Hiebert, Daniel (1987): The Geography of Jewish Immigrants and the Garment Industry in Toronto, 1901-1911: A Study of Ethnic and Class Relations. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Geography, University of Toronto.
[CANADA; CLASS; ETHNICITY; IMMIGRANTS; JEWISH CANADIANS; TORONTO]

Hiebert, Daniel (1993): Integrating production and consumption in the Canadian City: industry, class, ethnicity and neighbourhood. In: The Social Geography of Canadian Cities. (Eds: Ley,David; Bourne,Larry) McGill-Queen's Press, Montreal and Kingston.
[CANADA; CITIES; CLASS; ETHNICITY; NEIGHBOURHOODS]

Hiebert, Daniel (1993): Jewish immigrants and the grament industry of Toronto, 1901-1931: a study of ethnic and class relations. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 83, 243-271.
[CANADA; CLASS; ETHNICITY; GARMENT INDUSTRY; IMMIGRANTS; JEWISH CANADIANS; TORONTO]

Hiebert, Daniel (1994): Ethnic Labour Market Segmentation in Three Canadian Cities. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of The American Association of Geographers (AAG), San Francisco, March 1994.
[CANADA; CITIES; ETHNICITY; LABOUR]

Hiebert, Daniel (1995): Flexible production and ethnic communities in garment nanufacturing and housebuilding. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, 14-18 March 1995.
[ETHNICITY; FLEXIBLE PRODUCTION; GENDER; LABOUR]

Hiebert,Daniel (n d): Ethnic labour market segmentation in three Canadian cities. Unpublished paper.
 [CANADA; ETHNICITY; LABOUR; LABOUR MARKET; SEGMENTATION]

Higham, John; Bernasconi, Alicia (1986): The Mobilization of Immigrants; La movilizacion de los inmigrantes. Estudios Migratorios Latinoamericanos 2(4, Dec), 461-473.
[ARGENTINA; CANADA; ETHNICITY; HISTORY; IMMIGRATION; SOCIAL; UNITED STATES]

Hill,Dan (1985): The blacks in Toronto. Chap. 4. In: Gathering Place: People and Neighbourhoods of Toronto, 1834-1945. (Ed: Harney,Robert F) (Studies in Ethnic and Immigration History.) Multicultural History Society of Ontario, Toronto, 75-106.
[HISTORY; NEIGHBOURHOODS; TORONTO; VISIBLE MINORITIES]

Horna, Jarmila LA (1980): Leisure Re-Socialization among Immigrants in Canada. Loisir-and-Societé/ Society-and-Leisure 3(1, Apr), 97-110.
 [CANADA; ECONOMIC; ETHNICITY; EUROPEAN IMMIGRANTS; FAMILY STRUCTURE; IMMIGRATION; SOCIAL; SOCIALIZATION]

Howard, Rhoda (1980): Contemporary Canadian Refugee Policy: A Critical Assessment. Canadian-Public-Policy / Analyse-de-Politiques 6(2, Spring), 361-373.
[CANADA; HISTORY; IMMIGRATION; POLITICAL ASYLUM; REFUGEE POLICY; REGULATIONS]

Howard, Rhoda (1981): The Canadian Government Response to Africa's Refugee Problem. Revue-canadienne-des-études-africaines / Canadian-Journal-of-African-Studies 15(1), 95-116.
[AFRICAN REFUGEES; CANADA; IMMIGRATION; INSTITUTIONS; POLICY; UNHCR]

Howith, HG (1988): Immigration Levels Planning: the First Decade. Employment and Immigration, Ottawa.
[CANADA; DEMOGRAPHY; IMMIGRATION]

Hunter, AA; Latif, AH (1973): Stability and Change in the Ecological Structure of Winnipeg: Multi-MethodApproach.Revue-Canadienne-de-Sociologie-et-d'Anthropologie/Canadian-Review-of-Sociolo-gy-and-Anthropology 10(4, Nov), 308-333.
[CANADA; CITIES; IMMIGRATION; SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS; URBAN]

Immigration Canada (1989): Immigration to Canada: A Statistical Review. Public Affairs and the Immigration Policy Branch, EIC, Ottawa.
[CANADA; IMMIGRATION; STATISTICS]

Inbar, Michael (1977): Immigration and Learning: The Vulnerable Age. Revue-Canadienne- de-Sociologie-et-d'Anthropologie / Canadian-Review-of-Sociology-and-Anthropology 14(2, May), 218-234.
[CANADA; IMMIGRANT CHILDREN; IMMIGRATION; LEARNING]

Indra, DM (1987): A bibliography of research on southeast Asian refugee resettlement in Canada. In: Uprooting, Loss and Adaptation. (Eds: Chan,KB; Indra,DM) Canadian Public Health Association, Ottawa, .
[BIBLIOGRAPHY; CANADA; IMMIGRATION; REFUGEES; RESETTLEMENT; SOUTHEAST ASIANS]

Indra, Doreen M (1979): South Asian Stereotypes in the Vancouver Press. Ethnic and Racial Studies 2(2, Apr), 166-189. [CANADA; HISTORY; IMMIGRATION; MEDIA; SOUTH ASIANS; STEREOTYPES]

Indra, Doreen Marie (1988): An Analysis of the Canadian Private Sponsorship Program for Southeast Asian Refugees. Ethnic Groups 7(2), 153-172.
[CANADA; GENDER; IMMIGRATION; LANGUAGE; REFUGEE POLICY; SPONSORSHIP]

International Coalition to End Domestics' Exploitation (INTERCEDE) (1983): Implementation of the Special Policy on Foreign Domestic Workers. Toronto.
[CANADA; DISCRIMINATION; DOMESTICS; GENDER; POLICY]

Isajiw, Wsevolod (1990): Ethnic Identity Retention. In: Ethnic Identity and Equality. (Eds: Breton,Raymond et al.) University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 34-91.
[ETHNICITY; IDENTITY]

Isajiw, Wsevolod W; Sev'er, Aysan; Driedger, Leo (1993): Ethnic Identity and Social Mobility: A Test of the "Drawback Model". Canadian-Journal-of-Sociology/ Cahiers-canadiens-de-sociologie 18(2, Spring), 177-196.
 [CANADA; CITIES; ETHNICITY; RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION]

Isomura, Theresa; Fine,Stuart; Lin, Tsung Yi (1987): Two Japanese Families: A Cultural Perspective. Canadian-Journal-of-Psychiatry / Revue-Canadienne-de-Psychiatrie 32(4, May), 282-286.
[ACCULTURATION; ASSIMILATION; CANADA; IMMIGRATION; JAPANESE CANADIANS; MENTAL HEALTH; SOCIO-CULTURAL]

Jabbra, Nancy W (1983): Assimilation and Acculturation of Lebanese Extended Families in Nova Scotia. Canadian-Ethnic-Studies / Etudes-Ethniques-au-Canada 15(1), 54-72.
[ACCULTURATION; ASSIMILATION; CANADA; IMMIGRATION; LEBANESE CANADIANS]

Jacek, Henry; Cunningham, Robert (1975): Ethnic Conflict and Political Action: Political Parties and Voters in Urban Canada. International Review of Modern Sociology 5(2, Fall), 143-155.
[CANADA; ETHNIC GROUPS; IMMIGRATION; POLITICAL INVOLVEMENT]

Jackson, Peter (1984): Migration and social change in Puerto Rico. Chap. 9. In: Geography and Ethnic Pluralism. (Eds: Clarke,Colin; Ley,David; Peach,Ceri) George Allen & Unwin, London, 195-213.
[MIGRATION; POLITICAL ECONOMY; PUERTO RICO; SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY]

Jackson, Peter (Ed.) (1987): Race and Racism: Essays in Social Geography. 1st ed. Allen and nwin, London. 356 pages.
[RACE; RACISM; SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY]

Jackson, Peter (1987): The idea of 'race' and the geography of racism. Chap. 1. In: Race and Racism: Essays in Social Geography. (Ed: Jackson,Peter) Allen and Unwin, London, 3-22.
[RACE; RACISM; SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY]

Jackson, Peter (1987): 'A permanent possession'? US attitudes towards Puerto Rico. Chap. 14. In: Race and Racism: Essays in Social Geography. (Ed: Jackson,Peter) Allen & Unwin, London, 304-325.
[PUERTO RICO; RACISM; UNITED STATES]

Jackson, Peter (1989): Maps of Meaning: An Introduction to Cultural Geography. Unwin Hyman, London.
[CULTURE]

Jackson, Peter (1993): Policing difference: 'race' and crime in metropolitan Toronto. In: Constructions of Race, Place and Nation. (Eds: Jackson,Peter; Penrose,Jan) University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 181-201. race
[RACISM; TORONTO]

Jackson, Peter; Penrose, Jan (Eds.) (1993): Constructions of Race, Place and Nation. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.
[NATIONALISM; RACE; SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY]

Jacobs, Jane (1962): The Death and Life of Great American Cities. Vintage Books, New York.
[CITIES; SOCIAL]

Jadotte, Herard; Thommerel, Marylou; Henry, Keith S (1977): Haitian Immigration to Quebec. Journal of Black Studies 7(4, Jun), 485-500.
[CANADA; HAITIAN CANADIANS; IMMIGRATION; LABOUR MIGRATION; POLITICAL INVOLVEMENT; QUEBEC]

Jain, Harish C; Sloane, Peter J (1981): Equal Employment Issues: Race and Sex Discrimination in the United States, Canada and Britain. Praeger, New York.
[BRITAIN; CANADA; EMPLOYMENT EQUITY; GENDER; RACISM; UNITED STATES]

Jamal, Muhammad; Badawi, Jamal (1993): Job Stress among Muslim Immigrants in North America: Moderating Effects of Religiosity. Stress Medicine 9(3, Jul), 145-151.
[CANADA; ETHNICITY; IMMIGRATION; MENTAL HEALTH; MUSLIM IMMIGRANTS; OCCUPATIONAL ATTAINMENT]

Jansen, Clifford J (1991): Educational Accomplishment of Italian Canadians in the Eighties. Studi-Emigrazione / Etudes-Migrations 28(102, Jun), 159-179.
[CANADA; EDUCATION; GENDER; IMMIGRATION; ITALIAN CANADIAN; SOCIO- ECONOMIC]

Jenness, RA (1974): Canadian Migration and Immigration Patterns and Government Policy. International Migration Review 8(1, Spring), 5-22.
[CANADA; IMMIGRATION; POLICY; UNITED STATES]

Joe, Delbert; Robinson, Norman (1980): Chinatown's Immigrant Gangs: The New Young Warrior Class. Criminology 18(3, Nov), 337-345.
[CANADA; CHINESE CANADIANS; CRIME; CULTURE; DELINQUENCY; IMMIGRATION; LANGUAGE]

Johnson, Graham (1994): Hong Kong immigration and the Chinese community. In: Reluctant Exiles. (Ed: Skeldon,R) M.E. Sharpe, New York.
[CANADA; CHINESE CANADIANS; HONG KONG; IMMIGRATION]

Johnson, Graham E (1992): Ethnic and Racial Communities in Canada and Problems of adaptation: Chinese Canadians in the Contemporary Period. Ethnic Groups 93(3), 151-174.
      Since 1967, when restrictions on Chinese immigration were fully removed, there has been a substantial migration of Chinese to Canada from a wide array of global origins, although Hong Kong has been the major source. In contrast to the past, the cultural expression of a Chinese identity within a multicultural framework has been encouraged. Primarily resident in southern Ontario & British Columbia, Chinese Canadians fully & successfully participate in Canadian society. The community is not residentially segregated & underpinned by an ethnic subeconomy as in the past, although a network of voluntary associations are still a major feature of their structure. Prejudicial attitudes toward Chinese nevertheless remain, especially in western Canada, reminiscent of former patterns of rejection, although they occur in a different context. 12 Tables, 43 References. Adapted from the source document.
(Reprinted with permission of Sociological Abstracts, Inc. (SAI), all rights reserved.)
[CANADA; CHINESE CANADIANS; IDENTITY; IMMIGRATION; MULTICULTURALISM; RACISM; STEREOTYPES]

Johnson, Mark (1987): Ethnic minorities and racism in welfare provision. Chap. 11. In: Race and Racism: Essays in Social Geography. (Ed: Jackson,Peter) Allen & Unwin, London, 238-253.
[BRITAIN; CITIZENSHIP; ETHNICITY; RACE; RACISM; SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY; SOCIAL SUPPORT]

Johnston, Hugh (1988): The Development of the Punjabi Community in Vancouver since 1961. Canadian-Ethnic-Studies/Etudes-Ethniques-au-Canada 20(2), 1-19.
[CANADA; COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS; COMMUNITY SERVICES; IMMIGRATION; SIKH CANADIANS; SOUTH ASIAN IMMIGRANTS]

Jones, Emrys (1960): The Social Geography of Belfast. Oxford University Press, London.
[BRITAIN; SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY]

Jones, Frank E (1981): Age at Immigration and Educational Attainment. Revue-Canadienne-de-Sociologie-et-d'Anthropologie/Canadian-Review-of-Sociology-and-Anthropology 18(3, Aug), 393-405.
[CANADA; EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT; IMMIGRATION; SOCIAL MOBILITY]

Jones, Frank E (1987): Age at Immigration and Education: Further Explorations. International Migration Review 21(1, Spring), 70-85.
[CANADA; EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT; IMMIGRATION]

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