Managing Two Worlds : The Experiences and Concerns of Immigrant Youth in Ontario

Managing Two Worlds : The Experiences and Concerns of Immigrant Youth in Ontario

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781551302171
  • DDC分類 305.2308691209713

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Based on an extensive and collaborative research effort, this book features findings from particular ethno-racial groups in Ontario, highlighting family life, social relations, citizenship, education, and employment. It also includes comparisons of immigrant and refugee youth from different countries of origin and includes an overview of current research on immigrant youth settlement, as well as an integrated summary of the research findings and perspectives for future investigation.

Contents

IntroductionExcellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement, TorontoChapter 1: Immigrant Youth in Waterloo Region: Rick Janzen and Joanna Ochocka - Centre for Research and Education in Human ServicesChapter 2: Employment Needs of Newcomer Youth in West End Ottawa: Rishma Peera - Pinecrest-Queenway Health and Community Services, OttawaChapter 3: English Language and Communication: Issues for African and Caribbean Immigrant Youth in Toronto: Jacqueline L. Scott - Coalition of Visible Minority Women, OntarioChapter 4: Colour, Culture, and Dual Consciousness: Issues Identified by South Asian Immigrant Youth in the Greater Toronto Area: Sabra Desai and Sangeeta Subramanian - Council of Agencies Serving South Asians and the South Asian Women's CentreChapter 5: Factors Affecting the Settlement and Adaptation Process of Canadian Adolescent Newcomers Sixteen to Nineteen Years of Age: Rajko Seat - Family Service Association of TorontoChapter 6: The Needs of Newcomer Youth and Emerging ""Best Practices"" to Meet Those Needs: Paul Anisef, Kenise Murphy Kilbridge, and Rhanda Khattar - Joint Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and SettlementConclusion: Overview and Implications of the Research: Paul Anisef and Kenise Murphy Kilbride - Joint Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement, TorontoReferencesAppendix I: Focus Group Questions and Survey Instruments: Family Service Association StudyAppendix II: Details of the Quantitative ResearchIndex