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Kaplan's thesis is that Canadian citizenship has historically failed and faces future failure unless it is reconceptualized to allow all groups to belong. Nineteen well-known academics and non-academics provide a multidisciplinary treatise. The book, a product of a preceding Roundtable on Citizenshi...
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Rev. of Namibia Under South African Rule: Mobility and Containment, 1915-46 by Patricia Hayes, Jeremy Silvester, and Marion Wallace
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Rev. of Creating Germans Abroad: Cultural Policies and National Identity in Namibia by Daniel Joseph Walther
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Jurisdiction relates to the competence to pass laws, build effective administrative processes, facilitate inward capital flows, encourage education, & support the development of a climate conducive to economic growth. This paper argues that jurisdictional capacity provides the foundation for an ...
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This paper evaluates the relative predictability of three indices of agrarian classes used in the study of social relations in Indian villages, and examines the extent to which class and caste continue to be closely related in light of the data collected from three villages in West Bengal. The three...
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From 1983-90, introductory sociology students from the University of Prince Edward Island were questioned about two independent sets of attitudes, each conceptualized along a continuum--hinterland attachment-metropolis attraction (perception of the goals) and hinterland isolationism-metropolis integ...
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The 'brain drain' phenomenon is typically seen as a zero-sum game, where one party's gain is presumed to be another's drain. This corresponds to deep-seated assumptions about what is 'home' & what is 'away'. This article challenges the view, driven by much 'brain drain' literature, that the dyna...
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Issues associated with personnel planning & human resource development in small developing states are examined. Labor formation in small states faces numerous major difficulties, eg: extreme economic sensitivity & changing labor markets; scarcity of high-level personnel; existence of boom &a...
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Analysis of household survey data collected from three villages of West Bengal, India, shows that caste status continues to be significantly related to structure. However, class status - whether based on occupation or landownership - has a stronger & statistically more significant relationship w...
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Scholars of international migration have paid scant attention to the phenomenon of bifurcated social identity of African migrants and their efforts to reinvent or re- and deconstruct a certain image of self in their everyday life. This article aims to offer a more nuanced approach to studying the ph...
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This paper discusses transnational practices of Nigerian-Yoruba immigrants in Toronto. It is argued that Yoruba transnational practices stem from their 'lived experience' of exclusionary practices & their material positions in Canadian society, & their pre-existing conception of &a...