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Food environment interactions after migration: a scoping review on low- and middle-income country immigrants in high-income countries

Aravinda Berggreen-Clausen, Sai Hseing Pha, Helle Mölsted Alvesson, Agneta Andersson, Meena Daivadanam
2021 Public Health Nutrition  
Results: A total of sixty-eight articles were included, primarily based in the USA, as well as Canada, Australia and Europe, with immigrants originating from five regions of the globe.  ...  Immigrants attempted to access fresh, traditional, healthier food, though they faced structural and family-level barriers that impacted the healthiness of the food they acquired.  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements: Our sincere thanks to the Uppsala University Library for support with developing the search strategy for this scoping review.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1368980021003943 pmid:34509180 pmcid:PMC8825972 fatcat:7s5iddn6gnfpzmxbecdf3snnha

Sojourners and Settlers: Chinese Migrants in Hawaii

Robert Seto Quan, Clarence E. Glick
1982 Social Forces  
in 1920 and 60 percent in 1930 were still of the immigrant group.  ...  The experience of the pre-Annexation migrants, as individuals and as members of formal and informal groups, is the primary concern of this study.  ...  It gave more attention to local news, both general and Chinese, than to political events in China; about one-fourth of the four-page English section carried news about local Chinese society and another  ... 
doi:10.2307/2577912 fatcat:qhzeh3e56feujljl3img6gnwee

Designated Inhospitality: The Treatment of Asylum Seekers Who Arrive by Boat in Canada and Australia

Luke Taylor
2015 McGill Law Journal  
to 60, and by 2012 it reached 278.  ...  - count: Law, Reparations, and the Chinese Head Tax Case (Toronto: University of Toron- to Press, 2005). 157 The Chinese Immigration Act, 1923, SC 1923, c 38. 158 An Act Respecting Immigration, SC  ... 
doi:10.7202/1029211ar fatcat:corfdnlecvg2rihw5iewdhwbdq

Locational Decisions and Residential Preferences of Taiwanese Immigrants in Australia

Lan-Hung Nora Chiang, Jung-Chung Richard Hsu
2005 GeoJournal  
Since the 1980s, the increase of Asian migrants in large cities has contributed significantly to the cultural landscape of Australia, especially in the city suburbs.  ...  Their locational choice depends on income and housing budget, proximity to good schools and shopping centers, and information from friends or earlier migrants.  ...  Appendix 1 Settler Arrivals of Taiwan-born in Australia, 1985Australia, -1986Australia, to 2003Australia, -2004  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10708-005-3927-0 fatcat:rvw6hitj5ba5jmt6uhb5ysqxmu

'Astronaut families': transnational lives of middle-class Taiwanese married women in Canada

Lan-Hung Nora Chiang
2008 Social & Cultural Geography  
Despite increasing interest in the study of Taiwanese migrants, the underlying concept and methodology remain gender-blind.  ...  (3) How do they relate to their husbands, children, and the Taiwanese community during the process of adaptation?  ...  I would like to thank Jack Williams and the three anonymous referees for comments on an earlier draft of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649360802175709 fatcat:qhtwenaxubexvjvmeanccraemq

Give Us A Chance: The Employment Experiences of New Settlers From East Asia

Elsie S. Ho, Jacqueline M. Lidgard
1970 Labour Employment and Work in New Zealand  
Our research on new settlers from Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea has revealed a general unhappiness with the lack of government planning and preparation to meet the needs of migrants who had been actively  ...  Those who wished to do business were dissatisfied with the lack of information about business investment opportunities and the tax system.  ...  The authors wish to acknowledge the assistance received from members of the Hong Kong Chinese, Taiwanese and South Korean communities in Auckland and Hamilton who participated in the research.  ... 
doi:10.26686/lew.v0i0.967 fatcat:cyoehvyaszhgzfwq5nlvzf3tzq

"Our Gratitude to Our Soldiers": Military Spouses, Family Re-Unification, and Postwar Immigration Reform

Philip E. Wolgin, Irene Bloemraad
2010 Journal of Interdisciplinary History  
Whereas older studies, such as Alan Green's Immigration and the Postwar Canadian Economy (Toronto, 1976) and Kelley and Trebilcock's Making of the Mosaic, pointed primarily to changing economic circumstances  ...  POSTWAR IMMIGRATION REFORM | 53 saic: A History of Canadian Immigration Policy (Toronto, 1998), 312. Canada, like the United States, effectively excluded Chinese between 1923 and 1950.  ...  Yet Canada was just as disinclined to accept non-European migrants as was the United States. In 1947, it re-afªrmed its commitment to a largely white and British-centric immigration policy.  ... 
doi:10.1162/jinh.2010.41.1.27 fatcat:whasw7udrzepxjjhcam3k6eebi

Past and projected growth of Australia's older migrant populations

Tom Wilson, Peter McDonald, Jeromey Temple, Bianca Brijnath, Ariane Utomo
2020 Genus  
The aim of this paper is to examine recent and possible future demographic trends of Australia's migrant populations at the older ages.  ...  Although a great deal of research has been undertaken on past and current aspects of Australia's migrant groups, little attention has been paid to future demographic trends in older populations.  ...  Future demographic work on ageing and diversity in Australia should explore the role of age at migration in driving variations in later life well-being outcomes, comparing the experience of older migrants  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41118-020-00091-6 pmid:32834077 pmcid:PMC7403568 fatcat:6w4az26l4ngftdbr3ct7e2pm6m

Labour Market Outcomes for Migrant Professionals: Canada and Australia Compared

Lesleyanne Hawthorne
2016 Social Science Research Network  
Information Technology The Supply of Migrant Information Technology Professionals to Canada and Australia As noted earlier in this report, Australia (pre-1999) and Canada (to the recent period) chose  ...  Migrants arriving aged 25 years or older, who hold at least one degree, are presumed to be foreign degree holders, since Census data for Canada and Australia do not provide information on place of qualification  ...  migrants selected under all immigration categories (economic, family and humanitarian).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2808943 fatcat:h7ztq62j7ves7ho5bzp72sodbm

Chinese migrants in Melbourne and their house choices

Iris Levin
2012 Australian Geographer  
Meanings behind the choice of the migrant house are explored through an examination of twelve houses of migrants who emigrated from mainland China to Melbourne during the 1990s and 2000s.  ...  A qualitative investigation shows that there are three interconnected meanings behind the choice of houses in Melbourne: a desire to counter past experiences of housing in China, a desire to improve future  ...  Acknowledgment I am grateful to the participants who shared their experiences and homes with me, and to the editor and two anonymous referees for their useful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00049182.2012.706208 fatcat:4ojzkrpo2ra75i25m3p4lqkww4

News and Notes

1946 American Journal of Sociology  
experience of the Office of War Information.  ...  Hardened by such experiences, the young men are likely to be more pa- triotic, more helpful, and more self- reliant; the older people, by former train- ing and work, are likely to be more deter- mined  ... 
doi:10.1086/219923 fatcat:gsff66iszvfehhsazsngeqbkhu

Immigrant Mental Health, A Public Health Issue: Looking Back and Moving Forward

Usha George, Mary Thomson, Ferzana Chaze, Sepali Guruge
2015 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Over two decades of relevant literature on immigrants' health in Canada was searched.  ...  This paper presents the key findings of a comprehensive literature review of Canadian research on the relationship between settlement experiences and the mental health and well-being of immigrants and  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge the funding received from Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Ontario, Canada (MOHLTC Grant # 06662).  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph121013624 pmid:26516884 pmcid:PMC4627052 fatcat:yflzrjxid5epth5b2irpckimde

A Chinese Immigrant Paradox? Low Coronary Heart Disease Incidence but Higher Short‐Term Mortality in Western‐Dwelling Chinese Immigrants: A Systematic Review and Meta‐Analysis

Kai Jin, Ding Ding, Janice Gullick, Fung Koo, Lis Neubeck
2015 Journal of the American Heart Association : Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease  
There is evidence that Chinese immigrants experience an increased risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) after immigration in part due to cultural habits and acculturation.  ...  This is the first systematic review and meta-analysis that aims to examine the risk of CHD in people of Chinese ethnicity living in Western countries, in comparison with whites and another major immigrant  ...  prevalence, mortality, prognosis and risk factors of CHD vary among subgroups of immigrants. 2, 3 Chinese are one of the fastest growing migrant populations in Western countries such as Australia, Canada  ... 
doi:10.1161/jaha.115.002568 pmid:26683217 pmcid:PMC4845291 fatcat:7mudfnz7kze7tme53opdhmnbym

Labour Force Outcomes for Engineering Graduates in Australia

J P Trevelyan, S Tilli
2010 Australasian Journal of Engineering Education  
To investigate this seemingly contradictory situation this paper reviews 2006 census data to examine the stock of engineering graduates in Australia, and compares the employment and occupational profi  ...  les of migrants with the locally-born.  ...  Migrants from Eastern and South Eastern Europe experience slow decreases in employment unrelated to engineering, but the levels remain high even after 16 years in Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1080/22054952.2010.11464047 fatcat:5vsqomghqfgd7flxcd4x72a2ty

Malaysia/Singapore as Immigrant Societies

Anthony Reid
2011 Social Science Research Network  
Campbell, Chinese Emigration to Canada, Australia and New Zealand (London: P.S. King & Sons,elsewhere.  ...  Canada In the period of nationalism and nation-building after the war, on the other hand, immigration rates in Malaya and Singapore fell drastically, while Australia embarked on another burst of assisted  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1743922 fatcat:bc7enirh7jbm3k4g5v2dz65fey
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