IRPP Study: Understanding Intergenerational Social Mobility Filipino Youth in Canada2 years ago 2 years ago Leave your thoughts
This report was published by Institute for Research on Public Policy.
HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:
Canadian research on intergenerational social mobility has shown that there is considerable upward mobility among the children of immigrants. However, there are some groups that are exceptions to the overall pattern. This study examines the situation of one such group ‘ the children of immigrants from the Philippines. In aggregate, Filipino youth present a double anomaly: they are less likely to hold a degree than either their parents or their peers in other racialized groups. The reasons for this need to be understood, particularly given that the Philippines is currently one of Canada’s leading source countries for new immigrants.
Kelly, Philip F. (2014). Understanding intergenerational social mobility: Filipino youth in Canada. Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy.
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