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Author Goldring, Luin.

Title Producing and Negotiating Non-Citizenship : Precarious Legal Status in Canada
Published Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2000
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Contents Cover -- Contents -- List of Figures -- 3.1 Family Reunification, Labour Force Expansion, Live-in Caregivers -- 3.2 Family Reunification, Labour Force Expansion, Skilled and Self-Employed Workers -- 9.1 Primary Routes between Forms of Status for Temporary Migrant Workers -- 15.1 Key Challenges Affecting IRN-PHAs -- List of Tables -- 3.1 Permanent Migration and Family Reunification, 1966-1979 -- 3.2 The Rise of Temporary Migration: Immigrant Workers and Temporary Migrant Workers Compared, 1980-1989 -- 3.3 Skilled Workers and Temporary Migrant Workers Compared, 1999-2009
11 Negotiating the Boundaries of Membership: Health Care Providers, Access to Social Goods, and Immigration Status -- 12 "People's Priorities Change When Their Status Changes": Negotiating the Conditionality of Social Rights in Service Delivery to Migrant Women -- 13 Getting to "Don't Ask Don't Tell" at the Toronto District School Board: Mapping the Competing Discourses of Rights and Membership -- 14 No One Is Illegal Movements in Canada and the Negotiation of counter-national and anti-colonial struggles from within the Nation-State
2 The Museum of Illegal Immigration: Historical Perspectives on the Production of Non-citizens and Challenges to Immigration Controls -- 3 The Shifting Landscape of Contemporary Canadian Immigration Policy: The Rise of Temporary Migration and Employer-Driven Immigration -- 4 The Canadian Temporary Foreign Worker Program: Regulations, Practices, and Protection Gaps -- Part Two: Precarious Status and Everyday Lives -- 5 "This Is My Life": Youth Negotiating Legality and Belonging in Toronto -- 6 Constructing Coping Strategies: Migrants Seeking Stability in Social Networks
3.4 Permanent Residents Nominated through Provincial and Territorial Nominee Programs, 1997-2009 -- 3.5 Initial Entry and Permanent Residency of Live-in Caregivers, 2003-2007 (Raw Data) -- 3.6 Estimated Retention Rates (ERR) over Time, Live-in Caregiver Program, 2003-2007 -- 10.1 Participant Legal Status and Housing Profile -- Acknowledgments -- Contributors -- 1 The Conditionality of Legal Status and Rights: Conceptualizing Precarious Non-citizenship in Canada -- Part One: Producing Precarious Non-citizenship and Illegality
7 The Cost of Invisibility: The Psychosocial Impact of Falling Out of Status -- 8 The Social Production of Non-citizenship: The Consequences of Intersecting Trajectories of Precarious Legal Status and Precarious Work -- 9 Pathways to Precarity: Structural Vulnerabilities and Lived Consequences for Migrant Farmworkers in Canada -- 10 Precarious Immigration Status and Precarious Housing Pathways: Refugee Claimant Homelessness in Toronto and Vancouver -- Part Three: Institutional Negotiations of Status and Rights
Notes 15 From Access to Empowerment: The Committee for Accessible AIDS Treatment and Its Work with People Living with HIV-AIDS and Precarious Status
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Form Electronic book
Author Landolt, Patricia.
ISBN 1442663863
9781442663862