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  • Elrick, JenniferElrick, JenniferShort Abstract: Jennifer Elrick is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Sociology, McGill University. Her research activities focus on the following issues: immigration policy and the boundaries of national belonging; the place of culture in political instit ...

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