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Influences culturelles au fil du temps selon le lieu : les roles des hommes et des femmes dans le pays d'origine influent-ils sur l'activite remuneree et non remuneree des femmes immigrantes?

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  • Hou, Feng
  • Frank, Kristyn

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Les immigrants au Canada proviennent d'un vaste eventail de pays, ou les roles des hommes et des femmes varient considerablement. Il est par consequent utile d'examiner les roles des hommes et des femmes pour determiner si les normes culturelles continuent d'influencer l'activite sur le marche du travail, une fois que les immigrants ont ete exposes au nouvel environnement de leur pays d'accueil. La presente etude est axee sur la des roles des hommes et des femmes dans le cas des femmes immigrantes, c'est a dire qu'elle tente de determiner si les roles des hommes et des femmes dans le pays d'origine continuent d'avoir une influence sur l'activite sur le marche du travail et les taches menageres des familles immigrantes apres leur arrivee au Canada.

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  • Hou, Feng & Frank, Kristyn, 2013. "Influences culturelles au fil du temps selon le lieu : les roles des hommes et des femmes dans le pays d'origine influent-ils sur l'activite remuneree et non remuneree des femmes immigrantes?," Direction des études analytiques : documents de recherche 2013349f, Statistics Canada, Direction des études analytiques.
  • Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp3f:2013349f
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    Education; training and learning; Education; training and skills; Ethnic diversity and immigration; Outcomes of education; Society and community; Women and gender;
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