Ethnic demography : Canadian immigrant, racial and cultural variations / edited by Shiva S. Halli, Frank Trovato and Leo Driedger.

  • Ottawa [Ontario] : Carleton University Press, 1990.
  • Beaconsfield, Quebec : Canadian Electronic Library, 2014.
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  • The social demography of ethnic groups / Shiva S. Halli, Frank Trovato and Leo Driedger
  • Ethnic origins in the Canadian census, 1871-1986 / John Kralt
  • Fertility, mortality and migration. The demography of aboriginal people in Canada / Mary Jane Norris
  • The fertility of ethnic groups / Shiva S. Halli
  • Ethnicity and geographic mobility / Frank Trovato and Shiva S. Halli
  • Immigrant mortality trends and differentials / Frank Trovato
  • The evolution of immigrant cohorts / Roderic Beaujot and J. Peter Rappak
  • "New wave" immigrants : origins and characteristics / Alan B. Simmons
  • Demographic processes and ethnic cohesion. Ethnic language maintenance and shift / John DeVries
  • Ethno-religious identity and acculturation / Warren E. Kalbach and Madeline A. Richard
  • Family structure and ethnicity / Thomas K. Burch
  • Intermarriage among ethnic groups / Bali Ram
  • Variations in aging and ethnicity / Leo Driedger and Neena Chappell
  • The aging of ethnic groups in Quebec / Robert Choinie?re and Norbert Robitaille. (cont.) Immigrant socioeconomic status. Immigrant women : language, socioeconomic inequalities and policy issues / Monica Boyd
  • Occupational composition of immigrant women / K.G. Basavarajappa and Ravi B.P. Verma
  • Ethnic, marital and economic status of women / Carl F. Grindstaff
  • Immigrant women in the clothing industry / Shirley B. Seward
  • The income of Caribbean immigrants in Canada / Anthony H. Richmond
  • The multiethnic challenge for demographers. Third world immigration and multiculturalism / T. John Samuel
  • Ethnic residential segregation in metropolitan Canada / T.R. Balakrishnan and K. Selvanathan
  • The emergence of multiethnicities in the eighties / Karol J. Krótki and Dave Odynak.
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