Yolande Pottie-Sherman
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Does Size Really Matter? On the Relationship between Immigrant Group Size and Anti-Immigrant Prejudice
Y Pottie-Sherman, R Wilkes
International Migration Review 51 (1), 218-250, 2017
Authenticity with a bang: Exploring suburban culture and migration through the new phenomenon of the Richmond night market
Y Pottie-Sherman, D Hiebert
Urban Studies 52 (3), 538-554, 2015
Retaining international students in northeast Ohio: Opportunities and challenges in the ‘age of Trump’
Y Pottie-Sherman
Geoforum 96, 32-40, 2018
Austerity urbanism and the promise of immigrant-and refugee-centered urban revitalization in the US Rust Belt
Y Pottie-Sherman
Urban Geography 39 (3), 438-457, 2018
Markets and diversity: An overview
Y Pottie-Sherman
Visual media and the construction of the benign Canadian border on National Geographic's Border Security
Y Pottie-Sherman, R Wilkes
Social & cultural geography 17 (1), 81-100, 2016
Good code bad code: Exploring the immigration-nation dialectic through media coverage of the Hérouxville ‘Code of Life’document
Y Pottie-Sherman, R Wilkes
Migration Studies 2 (2), 189-211, 2014
Vancouver's Chinatown night market: Gentrification and the perception of Chinatown as a form of revitalization
Y Pottie-Sherman
Built Environment 39 (2), 172-189, 2013
Gaming on the edge: Mobile labour and global talent in Atlantic Canada's video game industry
Y Pottie‐Sherman, N Lynch
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 63 (3), 425-439, 2019
Talent for Citizenship and the American Dream: the USA as Outlier in the Global Race for Talent
Y Pottie-Sherman
Journal of International Migration and Integration 14 (3), 557-575, 2013
Rust and reinvention: Im/migration and urban change in the American Rust Belt
Y Pottie‐Sherman
Geography Compass 14 (3), e12482, 2020
Live, work, and stay? Geographies of immigrant receptivity in Atlantic Canada's aspiring gateways
Y Pottie-Sherman, N Graham
Geographical Review, 2020
The experiences of immigrant entrepreneurs in a medium‐sized Canadian city: The case of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
N Graham, Y Pottie‐Sherman
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 65 (2), 184-196, 2021
The Komagata through a media lens: racial, economic, and political threat in newspaper coverage of the 1914 Komagata Maru affair
N Panesar, Y Pottie-Sherman, R Wilkes
Canadian Ethnic Studies 49 (1), 85-101, 2017
Markets and diversity: Annotated bibliography
Y Pottie-Sherman
Anti-immigrant sentiment in Canada
Y Pottie-Sherman, W Rima
Anti-Immigrant Sentiments, Actions, and Policies: the North American Region …, 2012
Markets and diversity
Y Pottie-Sherman
Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Diversity, 2011
Moral panic over merit-based immigration policy: talent for citizenship and the American dream
Y Pottie-Sherman, A Kobayashi
Canadian theses, 2008
Higher education, international student mobility, and regional innovation in non‐core regions: International student start‐ups on “the rock”
N Graham, Y Pottie‐Sherman
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 66 (2), 234-247, 2022
The Contentious Politics of Resettlement Programs: Evidence from Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
I Côté, Y Pottie-Sherman
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
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