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Immigration in rural Newfoundland: Individual and community change

@inproceedings{Anderson2012ImmigrationIR,
  title={Immigration in rural Newfoundland: Individual and community change},
  author={W. J. Anderson},
  year={2012}
}
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 particularly interested in what role communication plays in these change processes. To investigate this topic I conducted interviews and focus groups with both immigrants and native-born Newfoundlanders in rural areas and then analyzed the resulting data with a rigorous thematic analysis. To accomplish this… Expand
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