Immigration and Settlement in Canada
Finally, an academic text that charts the territory of social work with immigrants in Canada! Immigration and Settlement in Canada provides an understanding of the international and national context of immigration in Canada; of the peculiar needs and barriers faced by newcomers; and provides important theoretical frameworks to guide social work with immigrants and refugees. Concrete as well as theoretical, the book is an ideal guide for students of immigration studies, social work and for social work practitioners.
Community-Based Learning | Community-Based Research | Migration Studies | Social Work
Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies
School of Community Studies
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George, Usha; Chaze, Ferzana; and Doyle, Robyn, "Immigration and Settlement in Canada" (2007). Books & Chapters. 4.
George, U., Chaze, F., & Doyle, R. (2007). Immigration and settlement in Canada. Charleston: Booksurge LLC.