references
Abu- Laban, Yasmeen. 1998. “Keeping ’Em Out: Gender, Race, and Class Biases in
Canadian Immigration Policy.” In Painting the Maple: Essays on Race, Gender, and
the Construction of Canada, edited by Veronica Strong- Boag, Sherrill Grace, Avigail
Eisenberg, and Joan Anderson. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
Abu- Laban, Yasmeen. 2002. “Liberalism, Multiculturalism and the Prob lem of Essen-
tialism.” Citizenship Studies 6 (4): 459–82.
Abu- Laban, Yasmeen. 2004. “Jean Chretien’s Immigration Legacy.” Review of Consti-
tutional Studies 9: 133–50.
Abu- Laban, Yasmeen, and Christina Gabriel. 2002. Selling Diversity: Immigration,
Multiculturalism, Employment Equity, and Globalization. Toronto: University of
Toronto Press.
Abu- Laban, Yasmeen, and Daiva Stasiulis. 1992. “Ethnic Pluralism under Siege: Pop-
u lar and Partisan Opposition to Multiculturalism.” Canadian Public Policy 18 (4):
365–86.
Abu‐Lughod, L. 1990. “The Romance of Re sis tance: Tracing Transformations of
Power through Bedouin Women.” American Ethnologist 17 (1): 41–55.
Afzal, Ahmed. 2014. Lone Star Muslims: Transnational Lives and the South Asian Ex-
perience in Texas. New York: nyu Press.
Ahmad, Farah, Angela Shik, Reena Vanza, Angela Cheung, Usha George, and Donna
Stewart. 2004. “Voices of South Asian Women: Immigration and Mental Health.”
Women and Health 40 (4): 113–30.
Ahmed, Sara. 2000. Strange Encounters: Embodied Others in Postcoloniality. New
York: Routledge.
Ahmed, Sara. 2004. The Cultural Politics of Emotion. New York: Routledge.
Akbari, Ather. 1999. “Immigrant ‘Quality’ in Canada: More Direct Evidence of Human
Capital Content, 1956–1994.” International Migration Review 33 (1): 156–75.
Alboim, Naomi, and Elizabeth McIsaac. 2007. “Making the Connections: Ottawa’s
Role in Immigrant Employment.” Immigration and Refugee Policy 13 (2). http:// irpp
. org / wp - content / uploads / assets / research / diversity - immigration - and - integration
/ making - the - connections / vol13no3 . pdf.
Previous Page Next Page