Rupaleem Bhuyan
Rupaleem Bhuyan
Professor of Social Work, University of Toronto
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“Women must endure according to their karma” Cambodian immigrant women talk about domestic violence
R Bhuyan, M Mell, K Senturia, M Sullivan, S Shiu-Thornton
Journal of interpersonal violence 20 (8), 902-921, 2005
“My Spirit in My Heart” identity experiences and challenges among American Indian two-spirit women
KL Walters, T Evans-Campbell, JM Simoni, T Ronquillo, R Bhuyan
Journal of Lesbian Studies 10 (1-2), 125-149, 2006
Participatory action research in practice: A case study in addressing domestic violence in nine cultural communities
M Sullivan, R Bhuyan, K Senturia, S Shiu-Thornton, S Ciske
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 20 (8), 977-995, 2005
Negotiating citizenship on the frontlines: How the devolution of Canadian immigration policy shapes service delivery to women fleeing abuse
R Bhuyan
Law & Policy 34 (2), 211-236, 2012
Understanding domestic violence resource utilization and survivor solutions among immigrant and refugee women: Introduction to the special issue
R Bhuyan, K Senturia
Journal of interpersonal Violence 20 (8), 895-901, 2005
Social workers’ perspectives on social justice in social work education: When mainstreaming social justice masks structural inequalities
R Bhuyan, R Bejan, D Jeyapal
Social Work Education 36 (4), 373-390, 2017
Negotiating within whiteness in cross-cultural clinical encounters
E Lee, R Bhuyan
Social Service Review 87 (1), 98-130, 2013
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
Contextualizing depression and physical functioning in battered women: Adding vulnerability and resources to the analysis
PS Nurius, RJ Macy, R Bhuyan, VL Holt, MA Kernic, FP Rivara
Journal of interpersonal Violence 18 (12), 1411-1431, 2003
The production of the “battered immigrant” in public policy and domestic violence advocacy
R Bhuyan
Journal of interpersonal violence 23 (2), 153-170, 2008
“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
US social work practitioners’ attitudes towards immigrants and immigration: Results from an online survey
Y Park, R Bhuyan, C Richards, A Rundle
Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 9 (4), 367-392, 2011
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
Constructions of migrant rights in Canada: is subnational citizenship possible?
R Bhuyan, T Smith-Carrier
Citizenship Studies 16 (2), 203-221, 2012
From one “dragon sleigh” to another: Advocating for immigrant women facing violence in Kansas
R Bhuyan, K Velagapudi
Affilia 28 (1), 65-78, 2013
Responding to the structural violence of migrant domestic work: Insights from participatory action research with migrant caregivers in Canada
R Bhuyan, L Valmadrid, EL Panlaqui, NL Pendon, P Juan
Journal of Family Violence 33 (8), 613-627, 2018
Unprotected, unrecognized: Canadian immigration policy and violence against women, 2008-2013
R Bhuyan, B Osborne, S Zahraei, S Tarshis
Whom should we serve? A discourse analysis of social workers’ commentary on undocumented immigrants
Y Park, R Bhuyan
Journal of Progressive Human Services 23 (1), 18-40, 2012
Linking practitioners' attitudes towards and basic knowledge of immigrants with their social work education
R Bhuyan, Y Park, A Rundle
Social Work Education 31 (8), 973-994, 2012
Regulating spousal migration through Canada's multiple border strategy: The gendered and racialized effects of structurally embedded borders
R Bhuyan, AC Korteweg, K Baqi
Law & Policy 40 (4), 346-370, 2018
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