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Immigration, Borders and Belonging
Immigrants, refugees, and temporary migrant workers are a part of a global phenomenon of population migration. This course provides an overview of Canadian immigration history, trends, policies, and theories, from a sociological perspective. We will examine migration issues and contexts, with attention to diversity, inequality, citizenship, identity, and belonging. We will look at the obstacles, challenges and opportunities for newcomers and long-term immigrants and their descendants both in the Canadian and global contexts
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
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- Criminology and Sociology Core Elective Table II
- History and Sociology Double Major Core Elective Table II
- Minor in Sociology
- Politics and Governance Sociology Double Major Core Elective Table II
- Sociology Core Elective Table II