Producing and negotiating non-citizenship : precarious legal status in Canada /
- Publication info:
- Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c2013.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
|Due: Feb 27, 2020||LAW-BOOK|
On the Shelf
Report on the first Ontario Conference on Integration, Geneva Park, July 22-29, 1961 / sponsored by the Ontario Welfare Council, assisted by the Citizenship Branch, Department of Citizenship and Immigration, Canada and the Citizenship Division, Department of the Provincial Secretary and Citizenship, Ontario. --
FC 104 O57 1961
- Producing and negotiating non-citizenship : precarious legal status in Canada / edited by Luin Goldring and Patricia Landolt.
- Other Authors:
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2013
- Physical Description:
xx, 376 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -357) and index.
Table of Contents
- The conditionality of legal status and rights: conceptualizing precarious non-citizenship in Canada / Luin Goldring and Patricia Landolt
- The museum of illegal immigration: historical perspectives on the production of non-citizens and challenges to immigration controls / Cynthia Wright
- The shifting landscape of contemporary Canadian immigration policy: the rise of temporary migration and employer-driven immigration / Salimah Valiani
- The Canadian temporary foreign worker program: regulations, practices, and protection gaps / Delphine Nakache
- "This is my life": youth negotiating legality and belonging in Toronto / Julie Young
- Constructing coping strategies: migrants seeking stability in social networks / Katherine Brasch
- The cost of invisibility: the psychosocial impact of falling out of status / Samia Saad
- The social production of non-citizenship: the consequences of intersecting trajectories of precarious legal status and precarious work / Patricia Landolt
- Pathways to precarity: structural vulnerabilities and lived consequences for migrant farmworkers in Canada / Janet Mclaughlin, Jenna Hennebry
- Precarious immigration status and precarious housing pathways: refugee claimant homelessness in Toronto and Vancouver / Priya Kisoon
- Negotiating the boundaries of membership: health care providers, access to social goods, and immigration status / Paloma E. Villegas
- "People's priorities change when their status changes": negotiating the conditionality of social rights in service delivery to migrant women / Rupaleem Bhuyan
- Getting to "Don't ask don't tell" at the Toronto District School Board: mapping the competing discourses of rights and membership / Francisco Villegas
- No One Is Illegal movements in Canada and the negotiation of counter-national and anti-colonial struggles from within the nation-state / Craig Fortier
- From access to empowerment: the Committee for Accessible AIDS Treatment and Its work with people living with HIV-AIDS and precarious status / Alan Li
- Confidentiality and "risky" research: negotiating competing notions of risk in a Canadian university context / Julie Young and Judith K. Bernhard.