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Immigrant Scarborough

This course offers students an opportunity to go out “into the field”. The course teaches students how to conduct in-depth, qualitative research on the social, cultural and economic dimensions of Scarborough’s immigrant past and present. Students gain valuable experience linking hands-on research and fieldwork to theoretical debates about migration, transnationalism and multicultural communities. Student research and creative work will be featured on the Immigrant Scarborough mapping project.

Tags: Co-curricular Curricular Unpaid

Offered: Refer to the University of Toronto Scarborough Academic Calendar.

By: University of Toronto Scarborough

Student Eligibility Requirements:

Sociology Students

Availability: Upper year students

Research Type(s): Coursework, Independent / Supervised Study Courses (Research-Intensive), Research-Directed Courses

Location: On-Campus and Off-Campus

Application Required: No