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TitleCited byYear
Becoming a citizen: Incorporating immigrants and refugees in the United States and Canada
I Bloemraad
Univ of California Press, 2006
Citizenship and immigration: Multiculturalism, assimilation, and challenges to the nation-state
I Bloemraad, A Korteweg, G Yurdakul
Annual Review of Sociology 34 (1), 153, 2008
Does immigration erode social capital? The conditional effects of immigration-generated diversity on trust, membership, and participation across 19 countries, 1981–2000
C Kesler, I Bloemraad
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2010
Who Claims Dual Citizenship? The Limits of Postnationalism, the Possibilities of Transnationalism, and the Persistence of Traditional Citizenship1
I Bloemraad
International migration review 38 (2), 389-426, 2004
Becoming a citizen in the United States and Canada: Structured mobilization and immigrant political incorporation
I Bloemraad
Social Forces 85 (2), 667-695, 2006
Rallying for immigrant rights: The fight for inclusion in 21st century America
K Voss, I Bloemraad
Univ of California Press, 2011
Is there a trade-off between multiculturalism and socio-political integration? Policy regimes and immigrant incorporation in comparative perspective
M Wright, I Bloemraad
Perspectives on Politics 10 (1), 77-95, 2012
The limits of de Tocqueville: How government facilitates organisational capacity in newcomer communities
I Bloemraad
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 31 (5), 865-887, 2005
It's a family affair: Intergenerational mobilization in the spring 2006 protests
I Bloemraad, C Trost
American Behavioral Scientist 52 (4), 507-532, 2008
Citizenship and immigration a current review
I Bloemraad
Journal of International Migration and Integration/Revue de l'integration et …, 2000
Civic hopes and political realities: Immigrants, community organizations, and political engagement
SK Ramakrishnan, I Bloemraad
Russell Sage Foundation, 2008
The North American Naturalization Gap: An Institutional Approach to Citizenship Acquisition in the United States and Canada1
I Bloemraad
International Migration Review 36 (1), 193-228, 2002
Immigrant and ethnic minority representation in Europe: Conceptual challenges and theoretical approaches
I Bloemraad, K Schönwälder
West European Politics 36 (3), 564-579, 2013
“Utter Failure” or Unity out of Diversity? Debating and Evaluating Policies of Multiculturalism
I Bloemraad, M Wright
International Migration Review 48 (1_suppl), 292-334, 2014
Migrants, minorities and the media: Information, representations and participation in the public sphere
E Bleich, I Bloemraad, E De Graauw
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (6), 857-873, 2015
Accessing the corridors of power: Puzzles and pathways to understanding minority representation
I Bloemraad
West European Politics 36 (3), 652-670, 2013
The promise and pitfalls of comparative research design in the study of migration
I Bloemraad
Migration Studies 1 (1), 27-46, 2013
Unity in diversity?: Bridging Models of Multiculturalism and Immigrant Integration
I Bloemraad
Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race 4 (2), 317-336, 2007
Understanding ‘Canadian exceptionalism’in immigration and pluralism policy
I Bloemraad
Migration Policy Institute, July, 2012
Funding immigrant organizations: Suburban free riding and local civic presence
E De Graauw, S Gleeson, I Bloemraad
American Journal of Sociology 119 (1), 75-130, 2013
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