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Asian Mental Health Recovery Follow-up to the Asian ReportAsian Mental Health Recovery Follow-up to the Asian Report
The Mental Health Commission is pleased to publish this occasional paper, which is the second Asian-focused piece of work that the Commission has undertaken
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Attitudes of Arab Minority Students in Israel and Canada Toward Learning a Second LanguageAttitudes of Arab Minority Students in Israel and Canada Toward Learning a Second Language
By: Abu-Rabia, Salim, Journal of Social Psychology, 00224545, Aug96, Vol. 136, Issue 4
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An argument for moderate selective acculturation of newly immigrated arab-american womenAn argument for moderate selective acculturation of newly immigrated arab-american women
All the interviewees were Arab/Muslim women from the countries of Iraq and Lebanon. The research also examines the conflict among Muslim women over the decision as to whether or not to wear the hijab or veil covering their heads
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Migration and empire 1830–1939 BackgroundMigration and empire 1830–1939 Background
This culminated in the late 1920s and early 1930s in a catastrophic economic collapse which saw around a quarter of the working population of the west of Scotland unemployed
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Source Database: Encyclopedia of World Cultures, Supplement Orientation Identification and LocationSource Database: Encyclopedia of World Cultures, Supplement Orientation Identification and Location
Originating from the southern provinces of China, Chinese Canadians first came to Canada around 1858. The first settlements were in British Columbia; this was followed by a gradual dispersal to other provinces
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Immigration and Scottish society (1) Irish emigration to Scotland in the 19th and 20th centuries Early emigrationImmigration and Scottish society (1) Irish emigration to Scotland in the 19th and 20th centuries Early emigration
Irish roots were beginning to be laid in Scotland. Prior to the great famine of 1846–7, emigration from Ireland could best be described as a trickle. After the famine it became a flood
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An introduction to migration and empireAn introduction to migration and empire
Australia, Canada and parts of the British Empire. Many of these emigrants were young. Although the origins of this dispersal have been popularly thought to have been rural, a result of the Highland Clearances
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Muslim Immigrant Integration Avenues: Comparative Analysis of Berlin & LondonMuslim Immigrant Integration Avenues: Comparative Analysis of Berlin & London
Religion is invariably a social phenomenon and the state inevitably finds itself dealing with religious communities and institutions that transcend the individuals involved. – Emile Durkheim
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Transnationalizing Modern Languages: Mobility, Identity & Translation in Modern Italian Cultures Contribution to the themeTransnationalizing Modern Languages: Mobility, Identity & Translation in Modern Italian Cultures Contribution to the theme
The ‘Transnationalizing Modern Languages’ project investigates a series of critical instances of this interdependency in Italian history as a template from which to develop a transformative paradigm for the work of Modern Language studies and its applications in
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