Haitians and Anglophone West Indians in the Ethnic and Socio-Economic Structure of Montreal

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Authors/collaborators
Title
Haitians and Anglophone West Indians in the Ethnic and Socio-Economic Structure of Montreal
Abstract
Based on 1981 census data, the author points out that despite the similarity of their racial, geographic and educational backgrounds, Anglophone West Indian immigrants to Montreal were shown to be disproportionately better off with respect to employment and income than Francophone Haitian immigrants.
Book Title
Ethnicity in Canada: International Examples and Perspectives
Place
Marburg/Lahn, Germany
Publisher
Im Selbstverlag Des Geographischen Instituts Der Universität Marburg
Date
1985
Pages
286-301
Language
en
Citation
Wolff, Peter. “Haitians and Anglophone West Indians in the Ethnic and Socio-Economic Structure of Montreal.” In Ethnicity in Canada: International Examples and Perspectives, edited by Alfred Pletsch, 286–301. Marburg/Lahn, Germany: Im Selbstverlag Des Geographischen Instituts Der Universität Marburg, 1985.
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