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Jeffrey G. Reitz

Discipline(s) : Sociologie
Institution de rattachement : University of Toronto (Canada)

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Jeffrey G. Reitz is Professor of Sociology, and R.F. Harney Professor of Ethnic, Immigration and Pluralism Studies, at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, Canada. He was Marie Curie International Fellow at CADIS (CNRS-EHESS) from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2014. In 2017-2018 he is a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the City University of New York Graduate Centre.


Activité scientifique

Ses recherches portent sur :

  • Immigration and immigration policies
  • Ethnic and race relations
  • International comparisons
  • Immigrant integration and multiculturalism

Current Research :

As Marie Curie Fellow, Prof. Reitz is comparing the social, economic and political integration of Muslim Minorities in France, Quebec and Canada.  Based on survey, census and field data, the project will identify differences across settings, and find reasons for differences in terms of minority characteristics, mainstream attitudes and debates, institutional structures, and public policies.  He is working in collaboration with Dr. Patrick Simon, INED Paris.



Ouvrages récents

  • (avec Raymond Breton, Karen K. Dion et Kenneth L. Dion), Multiculturalism and Social Cohesion. Potentials and Challenges of Diversity, Springer, 2009.


Articles et contributions récents

Pour plus d'informations :

  • « The Status of Muslim Minorities during the War on Terror », in R. Brym (éds.), Immigration and the Future of CanadianSociety, Toronto, Rock’s Mills Press, 2017.

  • « Multicultural Nation-building and Canada’s Future: implications of Comparative Research », in L. Tepperman, P. Albanese (éds.), Reading Sociology: Canadian Perspectives, 3rd edition, Scarbourough, Oxford University Press, 2017.

  • (avec Patrick Simon, Emily Laxer), « Muslims’ social inclusion and exclusion in France, Québec and Canada: does national context matter? », Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2018, online April 18, 2017.

  • « Integration of Muslim Minorities: Is it about religion? », Inroads: The Canadian Journal of Opinion, Winter-Spring 2016, n° 28, p. 101-108.

  • « Towards empirical comparison of immigrant integration across nations », in Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2016, vol. 39, n° 13, p. 2338-2345.

  • (avec Alexandra Kassir), « Protesting headscarf ban: a path to becoming more French? A case study of ‘Mamans toutes égales’ and ‘Sorties scolaires avec nous’ », in Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2016, vol. 39, n° 15, p. 2683-2700.

  • (avec Anil Verma et Rupa Banerjee), « Unionization and Income Growth of Racial Minority Immigrants in Canada: A Longitudinal Study », in International Migration Review, 2015, vol. 49, n° 3, p. 667-698.

  • « The Status of Muslim Minorities Following the Paris Attacks », in Edward M. Iacobucci et Stephen J. Toope (éds.), After the Paris Attacks: Responses in Canada, Europe, and Around the Globe, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2015, p. 21-27.

  • (avec Mai B. Phan et Rupa Banerjee), « Gender Equity in Canada's Newly Growing Religious Minorities », in Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2015, vol. 38, n° 5, p. 681-699.

  • « Canada: New Initiatives and Approaches to Immigration and Nation-Building », in Wayne Cornelius, James Hollifield, Philip Martin et Pia Orrenius (éds.), Controlling Immigration. A Global Perspective, Palo Alto, Stanford University Press, 2014 (3rd edition), p. 88-116.

  • « Multiculturalism Policies and Popular Multiculturalism in the Development of Canadian Immigration », in Jack Jedwab (éd.), The Multiculturalism Question. Debating Identity in 21st Century Canada, Kingston/Montreal, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014, p. 107-26

  • (avec Josh Curtis et Jennifer Elrick), « Immigrant Skill Utilization: Trends and Policy Issues », in Journal of International Migration and Integration, février 2014, vol. 15, n° 1, p 1-26.

  • « Closing the Gaps Between Skilled Immigration and Canadian Labour Markets », in P. Triadafilopoulos (éd.), Wanted and Welcome? Policies for Highly Skilled Immigrants in Comparative Perspective, New York, Springer, 2013, p. 147-163.

  • (avec Richard Alba et Patrick Simon), « National Conceptions of Assimilation, Integration and Cohesion », in Maurice Crul et John Mollenkopf (éds.), The Changing Face of World Cities. The Second Generation in Europe and the US, Russell Sage Foundation, 2012.

  • « Managing Immigration and Diversity in Canada and Quebec. Lessons for Spain? », in D. Rodríguez Garcia (éd.), Managing Immigration and Diversity in Canada. A Transatlantic Dialogue in the New Age of Migration, Montreal/Kingston, Queen' s Policy Studies Series, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2012, p. 59-82

  • « Economic Opportunity, Multiculturalism, and the Roots of Popular Support for High Immigration in Canada », in Mónica Verea (éd.), Anti-immigrant sentiments, actions and policies in the NorthAmerican region and the European Union/ Sentimientos, acciones y políticas anti-inmigrantes en América del Norte y la Unión Europea, Center for Research on North America, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (CISAN-UNAM), Mexico City, 2012, p. 291-310.

  • « The distinctiveness of Canadian immigration experience », in Patterns of Prejudice, 2012, vol. 46, n° 5, numéro spécial « National Models of Integration and the Crisis of Multiculturalism. A Critical Comparative Perspective », édité par Christophe Bertossi et Jan Willem Duyvendak, p. 518-538.

  • « Pro-immigration Canada. Social and Economic Roots of Popular Views », in IRPP Study, Montreal, Institute for Research on Public Policy, 2011, n° 20.

  • (avec Heather Zhang et Naoko Hawkins), « Comparisons of the Success of Racial Miniority Immigrant Offspring in the United States, Canada and Australia », in Social Science Research, juillet 2011, vol. 40, n° 4, p. 1051-1066.

  • (avec Ye Zhang), « National and Urban Contexts for the Integration of the Immigrant Second Generation in the United States and Canada », in Richard Alba et Mary C. Waters (éds.), The Next Generation. Immigrant Youth in a Comparative Perspective, New York University Press, 2011, p. 207-22.

  • « En kritisk granskning av Kanadas exempel » (A critical investigation of the Canadian example), in Petter Jojem et Martin Adahl (éd.), Kanadamodellen. hur invandring leder till job (The Canadian Model. How Migration Leads to Jobs), Stockholm, FORES, 2011, pp. 113 - 139

  • « Selecting immigrants for the short term. Is it smart in the long run? » in Policy Options, Institute for Research on Public Policy, juillet-août 2010, vol. 31, n° 7, p.12-16.

  • (avec Rupa Banerjee, Mai Phan et Jordan Thompson), « Race, Religion, and the Social Integration of New Immigrant Minorities in Canada », in International Migration Review, hiver 2009, vol. 43, n° 4, p. 695-726.


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