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Please consider submitting an abstract to the Sunbelt session on social
relationships within and between ethnic groups, no later than February 1.
Social Relationships Within and Between Ethnic Groups
In multi-ethnic societies such as Canada, social relationships within and
between ethnic groups play important roles in the social, political, and
labour market fortunes of groups and their members. This session can
include (1) research on how, and to what extent, members of different
groups form strong and/or weak ties in their own groups and to outside
groups, and, (2) research on how ties to one’s own group and/or to other
groups affect key outcomes such as cultural assimilation, civic
engagement, or success in labour markets.
Bonnie H. Erickson
Professor of Sociology
University of Toronto
725 Spadina Avenue
Toronto M5S 2J4
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