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Jane Ku
Jane Ku
Associate Professor, University of Windsor, Sociology/ Women and Gender Studies
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Branding ‘Canadian experience’in immigration policy: Nation building in a neoliberal era
R Bhuyan, D Jeyapal, J Ku, I Sakamoto, E Chou
Journal of International Migration and Integration 18, 47-62, 2017
1112017
“Canadian Experience” discourse and anti-racialism in a “post-racial” society
J Ku, R Bhuyan, I Sakamoto, D Jeyapal, L Fang
Ethnic and Racial Studies 42 (2), 291-310, 2019
732019
An overview of discourses of skilled immigrants and “Canadian experience”: An English-language print media analysis
I Sakamoto, D Jeyapal, R Bhuyan, J Ku, L Fang, H Zhang, F Genovese
Toronto: CERIS, 2013
482013
Welcoming initiatives and immigrant attachment: The case of Windsor
G George, ED Selimos, J Ku
Journal of International Migration and Integration 18, 29-45, 2017
392017
Ethnic activism and multicultural politics in immigrant settlement in Toronto, Canada
J Ku
Social Identities 17 (2), 271-289, 2011
332011
The deep plunge: Luocha and the experiences of earlier skilled immigrants from mainland China in Toronto
I Sakamoto, J Ku, Y Wei
Qualitative Social Work 8 (4), 427-447, 2009
302009
Multicultural politics and the paradox of being special: Interrogating immigrant women’s activism and the voice of difference
JSC Ku
Journal of International Women's Studies 10 (4), 65-84, 2009
212009
Constructing a community in diversity: The South Asian experience
JSC Ku
Council of Agencies serving South Asians, 2000
112000
Consolidating the self: Immigrant women’s settlement in New Brunswick
J Ku, J Doyle, N Mooney
Immigrant Women in Atlantic Canada, 79-110, 2011
92011
Postcolonial incorporation of the different Other
J Ku
Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture 3 (1), 33-51, 2012
82012
Why not me? Women immigrants and unemployment in New Brunswick
J Doyle, N Mooney, J Ku
Migration Letters 3 (2), 161, 2006
82006
Producing the native informant: Third World immigrant women's activism and self-making practices in the immigrant services sector.
JSC Ku
(No Title), 2004
62004
Social Work with Immigrants and the Paradox of Inclusive Canadian Identity: Toward a Critical View of “Difference”
I Sakamoto, AM Syed, H Zhang, D Jeyapal, J Ku, R Bhuyan
Canadian Association of Social Workers, 2018
52018
Journeys to a diasporic self
J Ku
Canadian Ethnic Studies 51 (3), 137-154, 2019
42019
Making Experience Meaningful: Interpreting Chinese Canadian Women's Personal Encounters with Racism
JS Ku
Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture & Social Justice, 60, 2005
42005
Intentional Solidarity as a Decolonizing Practice 1
J Ku
Intermédialités, 2019
32019
Epididymitis bei Kindern: fact or fiction
R Beetz, M Stehr
Aktuelle Urologie 48 (05), 437-442, 2017
32017
Canadian universities: 10 years of anti-racist reports but little action
N Deckard, A Mian Akram, J Ku
The Conversation, 2021
22021
Canadian perspectives on community development
M Beaudin, D Bourque, D Black, M Carranza, D Charbonneau, ...
University of Ottawa Press, 2020
22020
Understanding “Canadian Experience” in print media and public policy
I Sakamoto, R Bhuyan, J Ku, L Fang, D Jeyapal, H Zhang
RESEARCH SUMMARY, 2013
22013
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