World Values Survey (Canada) [electronic resource] : immigrant and native born respondent comparisons / Neil Nevitte
- Nevitte, Neil
- [Ottawa] : Citizenship and Immigration Canada, 
- Physical Description:
- ii, 74 pages : graphs
- Additional Creators:
- Canada. Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Research and Evaluation Branch
- "How do immigrants differ from those born in Canada? And are these differences attributable to such social factors as culture, or are structural explanations more plausible? Since 2000, two waves of the World Values Survey in Canada have included a boosted immigrant sample which allows researchers to compare more reliably the similarities and differences in the values of immigrants and non-immigrants. This report summarizes these differences which are organized around five dimensions: the socio-economic profile; religious outlooks; views about immigration and citizenship; trust; and voluntary association membership"--Introduction.
- "June 2008." and Issued also in French under title: Comparaison des répondants immigrants et canadiens de naissance au World Values Survey (Canada).
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographic references.
- Type of File/Data:
- Electronic monograph in PDF format.
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