Research Implications for Future Policy
Thorough and relevant, this book includes the research of academics, policy-makers, and experts from a wide range of disciplines, including sociology, immigration and settlement, public policy, social work, and geography. With a sense of urgency, these essays illustrate the existing and developing strains that Canadian public policy has created and will continue to create unless built upon the evidence current research has produced.
“In 19 succinct chapters, Immigrant Integration is a timely, wide-ranging, and extremely well-researched collection of studies on immigration and immigrant integration by some of Canada’s leading experts. Sure to play a significant role in a number of ongoing debates on temporary migration, immigrant health, identity, and a host of related issues, this book is required reading for students, policy-makers, and researchers interested in immigration.”— Philippe Couton, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Ottawa