Integration

Iraq versus lack of integration: understanding the motivations of contemporary Islamist terrorists in Western countries

Author(s): Mullins-- Sam
Geography: Iraq
Year: 2012
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Abstract: Despite being nearly 10 years into the ‘Global War on Terror’ there is still confusion as to what motivates the perpetrators of terrorist attacks, particularly those in the West. – …

Expressions of political practice: Collective angst moderates politicized collective identity to predict support for political protest (peaceful or violent) among diaspora group members

Year: 2014
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Abstract: In two studies, we examined an ethnic group (Tamil or Somali) at a key point in their history – when violent conflict rages in their homeland that will determine – …

The ecology of trust among hackers

Year: 2016
Description:

Abstract: Malicious hackers profit from the division of labour among highly skilled associates. However, duplicity and betrayal form an intrinsic part of their daily operations. This article examines how a – …

Benefiting from Popular Culture through Education in Enhancing Social Cohesion

Year: 2016
Description:

Abstract: Social cohesion has been one of the core concerns of various nations in the world. Globalization and international migration is making this concern increasingly paramount for many contemporary multicultural – …

Trust among Recent Immigrants in Canada: Levels, Origins, and Implications for Integration

Geography: Canada
Year: 2015
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Abstract: Generalised trust promotes social interactions and may well be a crucial component of immigrant integration. Recent immigrants in particular are likely to be viewed by themselves and others as – …

Usage du français et préférences politiques des néo-Québécois

Geography: Canada, Quebec
Year: 2016
Description:

Résumé Cette étude examine l’hypothèse qu’il existe un lien entre l’usage de la langue française chez les néo-Québécois et leurs relations aux communautés politiques québécoise et canadienne. L’étude examine séparément – …

Just Our Ordinary Citizens? Toward a Comparative Portrait of the Political Immigrant

Year: 2016
Description:

Since the 1960s, the number of immigrants living in liberal democracies has been steadily rising. Despite the existence of numerous studies on social, economic, and geographic integration, few books have – …

TSAS WP16-09: Social impacts of the securitized arrival experiences of in-Canada refugee claimants

Author(s): Osterberg--Erin
Publisher: TSAS
Geography: Canada
Year: 2016
Description:

This multi-sited research included qualitative interviews with 19 in-Canada refugee claimants declared convention refugees under the new (since Dec 1, 2012) immigration legislation. The research sought to answer two questions: – …

Bridging the Barrier: Israeli Unilateral Disengagement

Author(s): jacoby-- Tami
Year: 2007
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The construction of the barrier separating Israel from the West Bank has become the site of one of the most heated controversies the world over, the source of virulent propaganda, – …

A Theory of Victimhood: Politics, Conflict and the Construction of Victim-Based Identity

Author(s): jacoby-- Tami
Year: 2015
Description:

What (and who) is a victim? In contemporary violent conflicts, the construction of grievance-based identity is a fundamentally contested process as the lines between victim and perpetrator are blurred by – …

Snapshots from the margins: Transgressive cosmopolitanisms in Europe

Implementing Montreal’s Centre for the prevention of radicalization leading to violence: Insights from the 2015 TSAS Summer Academy

Author(s): Berube– Maxime
Year: 2015

L’immigration: Une menace à la culture québécoise? Portrait et analyses des perceptions régionales

Year: 2014

Bordering an “Open and Generous Society”: The criminalization of migration in Canada

Publisher: Routledge
Geography: Canada, North America
Year: 2014

Canadian Immigrant Electoral Support in a Comparative Perspective

Publisher: UBC Press
Geography: Canada, North America
Year: 2014

TSAS WP14-10: Social Perspectives on National Security: A review of recent literature

Publisher: TSAS
Year: 2014
Description:

This review was commissioned by TSAS to survey the ways in which academic researchers have been trying to understand the experiences of exclusion by marginalized youth, and how these might – …

TSAS WP14-02: Between Here and There: Pre- and Post-migration Experiences and Generalized Trust among Recent Immigrants in Canada

Publisher: TSAS
Geography: Canada, North America
Year: 2014
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This study examines levels and origins of trust among recent immigrants in Canada.

The Oxford Handbook on Ethnicity, Immigration, and Crime

Year: 2014

Islamophobia as a Form of Governmentality: Unbearable Weightiness of the Politics of Fear

Author(s): Kaya-- Ayhan
Geography: Western Europe
Year: 2011
Description:

The aim of this paper is to provide a review of the contemporary literature on Islamophobia in Europe, through the lens of immigration issues, socio-economic status and civic participation of – …

Geographies of Muslim Identities: Diaspora, Gender and Belonging

Publisher: Ashgate
Year: 2007

Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada

Year: 2007

The Development of Dual Loyalties: Immigrants’ Integration to Canadian Regional Dynamics

Geography: Canada, North America
Year: 2010
Description:

The transformations in recent patterns of immigration have the potential to reshape the trajectory of Canada’s regional political dynamics. Drawing on data from the 1993–2006 Canadian Election Studies, this analysis – …

“Cashberta:” Migration Experiences of Somali-Canadian Second Generation Youth in Canada

Author(s): Jibril-- Sagal
Publisher: York University
Geography: Canada, North America
Year: 2011
Description:

This paper examines the circumstances that have pushed Somali-Canadian male youth from Toronto to Alberta; a region with a growing and booming economy. (Source: Publication).

When Does Diversity Erode Trust? Neighborhood Diversity, Interpersonal Trust and the Mediating Effect of Social Interactions

Publisher: Wiley Online
Year: 2008
Description:

This article contributes to the debate about the effects of ethnic diversity on social cohesion, particularly generalized trust. The analysis relies on data from both the ‘Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy’ (CID) – …