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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/24744

Title: The Many Faces of Brazilian Immigrants in Ontario
Authors: Magalhaes, Lilian
Gastaldo, Denise
Martinelli, Guilherme
Hentges, Adao
Dowbor, Tatiana Pluciennik
Keywords: Brazil
Community-based research
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Brazil-Angola Community Information Centre
Citation: Magalhaes, L., Gastaldo, D., Martinelli, G., Hentges, A., Dowbor, T.P. (2009). The Many Faces of Brazilian Immigrants in Ontario. Brazil-Angola Community Information Centre, Toronto.
Abstract: The first part of the report concentrates on a quantitative and qualitative description of the study respondents. The respondents are characterized according to: 1) sociodemographic data; 2) immigration and adaptation aspects; 3) family and social aspects; 4) labour aspects, and 5) social representations. The second part of the report covers points of analysis relating to all of the study respondents. In the third part, the respondents were sub-divided according to their migratory status in Canada. In that part these authors present: 1) a brief description of the group of immigrants living and working in Ontario without any legal status to do so, and 2) a more detailed description of the group of permanent residents and of Brazilians who already have Canadian citizenship. In conclusion, we present some final considerations and recommendations for programs, policies and future studies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/24744
ISBN: 978-0-9810599-0-7
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