Edited by Peter S. Li
Part I: Introduction
1. Peter S. Li: Race and Ethnicity
2. Madeline A. Kalbach, and Warren E. Kalbach, both at University of Calgary: Demographic Overview of Ethnic Origin Groups in Canada
Part II: Race, Ethnicity, and the
3. Morton Weinfeld, McGill University and Lori A. Wilkinson, Doctoral student, University of Alberta: Immigration, Diversity, and Minority Communities
4. Frances Henry (Emerita) and Carol Tator, both at York University: State Policy and Practices as Racialized Discourse:
Multiculturalism, the Charter, and Employment Equality
5. James Frideres, University of Calgary: Altered State: Federal Policy and Aboriginal Peoples
6. Peter S. Li: The Multiculturalism Debate
7. Wilfrid Denis, St Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan: Language Policy in
Part III: Perspectives on Race and Ethnicity
8. Hugh Lautard, University of New Brunswick and Neil Guppy, University of British Columbia: Revisiting the Vertical Mosaic: Occupational Stratification Among Canadian Ethnic Groups
9. K. Victor Ujimoto, University of Guelph:
Studies of Ethnic Identity, Ethnic Relations, and Citizenship
10. Raymond Breton (Emeritus), University of Toronto: Intergroup Competition in the Symbolic Construction of Canadian Society
11. Vic Satzewich, McMaster University: The Political Economy of Race and Ethnicity
12. Daiva K.
Stasiulis, Carleton University: Feminist Intersectional Theorizing
List of Contributors
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Peter S. Li, Professor of Sociology at the University of Saskatchewan, is author of many books and articles in the area of race and ethnic studies. Amnong his books are The Making of Postwar Canada and The Chinese in Canada, both published by Oxford University Press.
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