Belonging?: Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada

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Keith G. Banting, Thomas J. Courchene, F. Leslie Seidle
McGill-Queen's University Press, Jan 1, 2007 - Art - 697 pages
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The essays in The Art of the State III explore Canada's approaches to recognizing and accommodating diversity, including the instruments of shared citizenship, evaluating their capacity to respond to new pressures and concerns. Contributors also offer comparative analyses of the approaches taken by other countries, such as the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Eastern Europe. Topics include postcolonial politics and policy, challenges to multiculturalism, the political engagement of new Canadians, managing diversity in Canadian cities, immigrants and civic integration in Western Europe, and religious allegiance and shared citizenship.

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Keith Banting is Stauffer-Dunning Professor of Policy Studies and director, School of Policy Studies, Queen's University.

Thomas J. Courchene is the Jarislowsky-Deutsch Professor of Economic and Financial Policy, Queen's University.

F. Leslie Seidl

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