International Journal of Canadian Studies

Number 42, 2010 Canadian Issues: childhoods, states, nationalisms Enjeux canadiens : enfances, États, nationalismes

Table of contents (20 articles)

  1. Introduction / Présentation
  2. The Relationship between Professional Immigrant Parents’ Underemployment Status and their Children’s Emotional Health and Behavioral Patterns
  3. Gendering ‘Child’ Poverty: Cross-National Lessons for Canada in a Deepening Recession
  4. Un droit de participation ? Étude critique du cadre législatif de l’éducation des enfants handicapés en Ontario
  5. Respecting the principle of best interests of the child in Canadian monitoring
  6. State Culture: The Advancement of ‘Canadian Values’ Among Immigrants
  7. Quintessentially Un-American? Comparing Public Opinion on National Identity in English Speaking Canada and the United States
  8. Public and Elite Policy Preferences: Gay Marriage in Canada
  9. Masters of Our Own Destiny: The Nationalist Evolution of Newfoundland Premier Danny Williams
  10. Autonomie, vitalité et identité des communautés en situation minoritaire : Proposition d’un cadre conceptuel
  11. The Prime Minister as Fetish? Ironic Nationalism, the News Media, and the Canadian Legends Figurines
  12. Citizenship and Health Care in Canada

Research Notes  / Notes de recherche

  1. Intensive Mothering in British Columbia: Understanding the Impact of an “Investing-in-Children” Framework on Mothering Ideology
  2. Canadian Educators’ Narratives of Teaching Multicultural Education

View points  / Points de vue

  1. Une politique du bien commun au Canada est-elle possible?
  2. « La nation québécoise et la crise des accommodements raisonnables: bilan et perspectives »
  3. Les nationalismes au Canada : quelles contributions des immigrants?

Review Essays  / Essais critiques

  1. A Journey into the Anglo-Canadian Past, the Multi-Cultural Canadian Present, and the Global World of Contemporary Crossover Fiction: Three Studies of Children’s Literature / Beckett, Sandra L. Crossover Fiction: Global and Historical Perspectives. New York: Routledge, 2009 / Galway, Elizabeth. From Nursery Rhymes to Nationhood: Children’s Literature and the Construction of Identity. New York: Routledge, 2008 / Reimer, Mavis, ed. Home Words: Discourses of Canadian Literature. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008
  2. Critchley, David. The Origin of Organized Crime in America: The New York City Mafia, 1891-1931. New York: Routledge, 2009 / Schneider, Stephen. Iced: The Story of Organized Crime in Canada. Toronto: John Wiley & Sons, 2009
  1. Canadian Studies Journals Around the World / Revues d’études canadiennes dans le monde