SOCC52H3 International Migration and Immigrant Incorporation

The course provides an overview of competing theories and concepts in the field of international migration and immigrant incorporation. Discussion puts the Canadian case in comparative perspective. Topics include global migration flows, refugeeship, citizenship and non-citizenship, economic incorporation, children of immigrants, and social exclusion.

Prerequisite: 

[[ SOCB05H3 or SOCB35H3] and [0.5 credit from the following: SOCB30H3, SOCB42H3, SOCB43H3, SOCB47H3]] or [ SOCB60H3 and an additional 8.0 credits and enrolment in the Minor in Critical Migration Studies]

Exclusion: 

( SOCB52H3) and SOC210Y

Enrolment Limits: 
60
Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences