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Rev. of Ethnic Canada: Identities and Inequalities, by Leo Driedger
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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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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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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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Draws on 1983-1994 questionnaire data from 2,070 first-year sociology students ('Generation X' & 'Bust Generation' members) at the U of Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown) to assess changes in students' values & attitudes. Analyses revealed two dimensions - liberalism & puritanism - tha...