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More strangers than neighbours : Aboriginal-African refugee relations in Winnipeg's inner city

Author: Lucia Madariaga-Vignudo; Parvin Ghorayshi; Manitoba Research Alliance.
Publisher: Winnipeg, Man. : Manitoba Research Alliance, 2009
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This study examined inter-minority group relations. The aim was to find preliminary answers the following questions: How can we characterize the attitudes and interactions between Aboriginals and African refugees in the inner city of Winnipeg? How much do African refugees know of the colonization experiences and current situation of Aboriginals, and vice versa? How often and in what types of places do group members  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lucia Madariaga-Vignudo; Parvin Ghorayshi; Manitoba Research Alliance.
OCLC Number: 685237311
Description: 1 online resource (v, 90 pages : map, chart
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. Interminority relations theoretical framework and research trends --
3. Winnipeg's inner city --
4. Methods and ethical considerations --
5. Findings --
Theme one: Lack of knowledge about the other group --
Theme two: Inter-group misperceptions --
Theme three: Inter-group interactions in Winnipeg's inner city --
6. Recommendations to bridge relations --
7. Conclusion --
Select bibliography --
Appendix I: Tables --
Appendix II: Consent form --
Appendix III: Interview guides.
Responsibility: Lucia Madariaga-Vignudo ; supervised by Parvin Ghorayshi.
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Abstract:

This study examined inter-minority group relations. The aim was to find preliminary answers the following questions: How can we characterize the attitudes and interactions between Aboriginals and African refugees in the inner city of Winnipeg? How much do African refugees know of the colonization experiences and current situation of Aboriginals, and vice versa? How often and in what types of places do group members interact? What programs can be put in place to enhance community relations?

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