SOCC25H3 Study Guide - Canadian Passport, Phenome, Menat
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•what is the discourse being created in this article. what is being
•deconstruct the argument.. u can further the concepts used in class. does
the concept of discourse to construc real conter narratives? is there
room to discuss how everyday people can chanet this.
•if u wanna tlak about emperialism, discourse and X u can do that...u can
say how there is very little room in uni coures to talk about racism.
•describe particular bodies as having no knowledge
•we're talking about the literature on race, and on immigration. what
happens when we employ intersectionality, racialised migrants, creation
of the other
•what happens when u interlink all of these things and construct a very
•compexity of immigrantion: race and identiy adn the boundries of
citizenship and they ways they effect regular people. what r the material
conseuquences. what effects do these thigns have on peopls lives?
•culture of poverty> discourses about poor ppl r like XYZ...more prone to
•war on the welfare queens...partuclar families are very much effected by
this...service providers who treat ppl differntly based on how they
understand people's bodies
•how do they speak to u? because u live in this context and society. u've
learned alot of things...how do the reading apply to u? are there thigns
that resonate...thing they are wrong about?
•....the idea that migration is a complex phenome is key!
•the idea that migrants and their reasons for migration are quite diverse.
migration in many places in not monotenous. in mnay places across teh
globe migration is a fact of life. for many countries around the globe
their income for nation is not due to a product but because of a
particular labour force.
•availaltbity of liveihood in differnt contexts and how they draw out
•migration and complexity: reserach has been done in particualr ways>
what do migrants do for us? ..its diff when u ask y do migrants move?
how is migration created.
•research, theory as being very important aspect of how these ideas coem
about. who and what is centered in an anlaysis and who is kept out of it.
how do we decenter reasearch and ideas and recenter them on the
•assimilatory...migrant will become like the dominant. ..dual place identiedd
.....inhabitanting the border lands..not just conceptally but also
•al of this effect ur identity and orientation..most of the times there isnt a
single migrantion in peopel's lives.
•scales of migration do not have to be transnational...people could've
moved from a town to city to a town..each is a migration..each
movement causes a move in peopel's lives...compex understanding of
•reserach is usually done that mgirants just came from one place..and that
people here are menat to stay forever in toronto.
•sometimes there is an assumption a that each countries are created
equal...ppl of each nation do not have equal oppoutunities..
•what does it meant to have a canadian passport and be able to travel
everywhere without question...what are the power dynamics that
•place with no possibilities of livehood..integoration of diff nation state
ionvolved in each nationstate. what does it mean for former members of
commonwelath to follow the movement of empire..what r the
consequences of national treaties that create a readily avaiblae labour
force from the south to the north.
•what is the content of receptiopn..dangers associated with processes when
u catn get a visa..how are u recieved in such contexts
•there are some towns around the world where they are only old people and
kids left..because no jobs left for youn peopel..migratory lifestyle
•ppl have agency ppl will resist, find a way to survive..they will try to crooss
border to ahceive lievlihood
•"better oppurtunity" slide > y particular ppl want to move, she looks at