Sous la direction de Keith Banting, Thomas J. Courchene et F. Leslie Seidle
Cet ouvrage examine les approches adoptées au Canada pour reconnaître et respecter la diversité, notamment les instruments de la citoyenneté partagée, l’efficacité de ces approches jusqu’à présent et leur aptitude à répondre à des pressions et préoccupations nouvelles. Pluseiurs chapitres sont accessibles en ligne. L’ouvrage est disponible au magasin de l’IRPP.

Table des matières
IntroductionKeith Banting, Thomas J. Courchene and F. Leslie Seidle
Ethnocultural Diversity in a Liberal State: Making Sense of the Canadian Model(s)Will Kymlicka
Accommodating Canada’s DiversityRoy McMurtry
History, Power and Contradictions in a Liberal StateYasmeen Abu-Laban
The Quebec State and the Management of Ethnocultural Diversity: Perspectives on an Ambiguous RecordDaniel Salée
Quebec’s Interculturalism Policy: An Alternative VisionMarie Mc Andrew
Spatial and Scalar Issues in Managing Diversity in Canada’s CitiesDavid Ley
Diversity, Integration and the Turn from Multiculturalism in the United KingdomRandall Hansen
Diversity, Multiculturalism and Social Cohesion: Trust and Ethnocentrism in European SocietiesMarc Hooghe, Tim Reeskens and Dietlind Stolle
The Challenges of Immigration to Race-Based Diversity Policies in the United StatesMary C. Waters and Zoua M. Vang

Diversity and Equality: The Vital ConnectionPearl Eliadis
Ties That Bind and Ties That DivideBonnie Erickson
The Political Engagement of New Canadians: A Comparative PerspectivePaul Howe
Culture Matters, but… Explaining Trends among Urban Aboriginal PeopleJohn Richards
Beyond “Us” and “Them”: Prescribing Postcolonial Politics and Policy in SaskatchewanJoyce Green and Ian Peach
Maori and the State: Diversity Models and Debates in New ZealandRoger Maaka
Religious Allegiance and Shared CitizenshipTariq Ramadan
The Ontario Sharia Debate: Transformational Accommodation, Multiculturalism and Muslim IdentitySheema Khan
Keith Banting, Thomas J. Courchene and F. Leslie Seidle