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Rev. of Belonging: The Meaning and Future of Canadian Citizenship, ed. William Kaplan 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 m...
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A review essay on a book by Neil Bissoondath, Selling Illusions (no publication information available [see listing in IRPS No. 84]). Bissoondath criticizes Canadian multicultural policy for creating a form of cultural apartheid. Here, a sociological perspective is drawn on to argue that multicultura...
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Barrett's Paradise is an anthropological study of social change in a rural community of southern Ontario. It revolves around three themes -- stratification, migration, and race and ethnic relations -- between the 'era of the 1950s' and the 'decade of the 1980s.' In the 1950s, Paradise was a traditio...
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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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