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Contested Voices: Women Immigrants in Today's World
UBC Press. Reviews Author Contents With careful attention to the disparate and often contradictory arguments about the usefulness of immigration — and by extension immigrants — to the nation, Immigration Canada rethinks and reframes notions of citizenship and settlement in an increasingly transnational age. In addition to its emphasis on multicultural settlement outcomes, this book offers new and valuable perspectives on recent developments in refugee admission, on the relationship of gender to immigration and settlement outcomes, and on recent developments in policy and policy debates in Canada.
It also makes useful comparisons to the US system.
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