Inequality and Immigration
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This paper presents an in-depth examination of immigration policy in Canada today. The paper discusses the various reasons immigrants come to that nation and how they are often exploited upon their arrival because of their differences from native-born Canadians. This paper further argues the thesis that inequality today can be seen represented primarily in immigration, that has been exploited for the purposes of the elite of our society. Beginning first with a theoretical exploration of inequality, the essay explores how inequality manifests itself in terms of immigration.
From the Paper:"Inequality has long been a facet of human societies, and the boundaries and markers that we use to create difference in our societies are deeply rooted in the basis of our civilizations. However, in the modern world difference is not simply a marker but a tool by which distinctions are highlighted by various parties for the purposes, not only of group identification, but also to ensure power and control over the groups who are unequally discriminated against. In Canada today immigrants represent just such a group. These individuals come to Canada for diverse reasons - many to escape civil strife or economic conditions in their home..."
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Inequality and Immigration (2007, December 01) Retrieved September 22, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/inequality-and-immigration-132731/
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