3 edition of Ethnic group identity : Canadian-born Japanese in Metropolitan Toronto found in the catalog.
Ethnic group identity : Canadian-born Japanese in Metropolitan Toronto
Written in English
|Statement||by Tomoko Makabe.. --|
|Series||Canadian theses on microfiche|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 283 [i.e. 282] leaves.|
|Number of Pages||283|
and its largest city is Toronto Toronto, city ( est pop. 2,,), provincial capital, S Ont., Canada, on Lake Ontario. Toronto is the largest city in Canada and since the s has been one of the fastest-changing cities in North America, experiencing an enormous growth in . levels of proficiency differ from the Canadian born in the type of civic participation? These questions are answered with information from the Ethnic Diversity Survey, focusing on rates of participation, types of activities or organizations, voting rates, and sense of belonging. Compared to the Canadian-born or to the foreign born.
This thesis analyzes German immigration to Canada in the period following the Second World War and primarily focuses on the settlement of these immigrants in Vancouver. By examining residential patterns, economic experiences, the role of German churches and Saturday schools, language retention, and the secular organizations maintained by Vancouver's German Cited by: 2. Tim Rees, a human resources analyst for the metropolitan Toronto government, points out that there are areas of Toronto where immigrants of color cluster and where the foreign- and native-born face the same employment and educational issues – fewer jobs, lower pay and higher dropout rates – that cripple some American neighborhoods.
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According to Statistics Canada's census of population information, Japanese-Canadians were the Canadian visible minority group most likely to marry or live common-law with a non-Japanese partner. Out of couples in Canada in which had one Japanese person, only 30% had two partners of Japanese descent and 70% included one non.
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Using the Ethnic Diversity Survey, this article examines the ethnic differences in university education attainment among the children of immigrants in Canada. Historically, enclaves in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) have been secondary in nature, meaning the largest ethnic-minority population did not exceed 50% of the total population, which implies.
Toronto is a city cast in r, as architectural fashion has shifted from postmodernism to the glass-and-steel neomodernism of today, these concrete structures have been ignored, misunderstood and, in some cases, te Toronto acts as a guide to the citys extensive concrete heritage.
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Written under the auspices of the History committee of the National Japanese Canadian Citizens Association, n.p. 26Makabe, Tomoko Ethnic Group Identity: Canadian-Born Japanese in Metropolitan Toronto Ph.D.
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Born in Toronto, Ontario inKerri Sakamoto is a novelist whose works commonly deal with the Japanese Canadian experience. Her first novel, The Electrical Field (), won the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Book, the Canada Council's biennial Canada-Japan Literary Award and she was a finalist for a Governor General's Award.
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