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‘Indian drum in the house’
This article investigates the production and consumption of Canadian Prime Minister Harper’s 2008 apology to the victims of residential schools. The apology used contextual elements and linguisticExpand
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Compelled to Share: Exploring Holocaust and Residential School Survivors’ Stories
Employing Erll’s concept of travelling memory and Rothberg’s concept of multidirectional memory, Anderson explores how European memory operates beyond European boundaries in her analysis of theExpand
Immigration in rural Newfoundland: Individual and community change
The purpose of this study is to learn about the cultural adaptation experiences of immigrants to rural Newfoundland and what, if any, changes the communities themselves have made. I am particularlyExpand
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The Settlement and Integration Experience of Temporary Foreign Workers Living in an Isolated Area of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
This study explored the settlement and integration experiences of 12 current and former Filipino temporary foreign workers (TFWs) in the low-wage service industry residing in a remote and isolatedExpand