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The new Canadian children and youth study. Research to Fill a Gap in Canada’s Children’s Agenda. Open Access
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One in every five children living in Canada was either born somewhere else or born into immigrant and refugee families, and Canada expects a lot from them. The literature about immigrant and refugee children is riddled with paradoxes, inconsistent results and unanswered questions. Longitudinal research, employing sufficiently large samples of children in differing situations, living in different regions of the country, and using culturally and situation-sensitive measures is badly needed. The NCCYS is one attempt to address this need.
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Beiser, M., Armstrong, R., Ogilvie, L. Oxman-Martinez, J., & Rummens, A.. The new Canadian children and youth study. Canadian Issues (Spring) . (2005), 21:24.
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