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Published by: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. The study will be useful to sociologists, students of Polish culture, and those interested in ethnic organizations in general.
Ethnic Organizational Dynamics. The Polish Group in Canada. The first part of the study describes Polish organizations in Canada between 1860 and 1973
Ethnic Organizational Dynamics. Paperback : 9780889200753, 296 pages, February 1980. The first part of the study describes Polish organizations in Canada between 1860 and 1973.
Ethnic organizational dynamics by Henry Radecki, 1979, Wilfrid Laurier University Press . Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. Ethnic organizational dynamics.
Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. April 16, 2010 History. Published 1979 by Wilfrid Laurier University Press in Waterloo, Ont. History, Ontario, Poles, Polish Canadians, Societies, Toronto.
Ethnic Organizations in Canada. 2. Poland, Canada, and Polish Migration. The Polish Group in 1971. 3. The Establishment of the Organizational structure. The Beginnings in the West. The Beginnings in the East. 4. Later Organizational Dynamics. Solidification, Growth, and Expansion. The Federation Period.
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Among the earliest Polish immigrants to Canada were members of the Watt and De Meuron military regiments . Henry Radecki, Ethnic organizational dynamics: the Polish group in Canada. Page 102 Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press, 1979 – 275 pages.
Among the earliest Polish immigrants to Canada were members of the Watt and De Meuron military regiments from Saxony and Switzerland sent overseas to help the British Army in North America Sir Casimir S. Gzowski from Historic Sites of Ontario. Canada provinces 1867–1870.
7 Polish Canadian Queen’s Counsels and lawyers appointed as judges. 8 Notable Polish Canadians.
Ethnic Organizational Dynamics: The Polish Group in Canada. Using the 1986 Public Use census tape, this paper analyses housing tenure among the ethnic groups in selected Canadian cities. The Survival of Ethnic Groups. It is found that home ownership varies substantially by ethnicity even after controlling for such factors as age, education, household type, income, and period of immigration.
Henry Radecki (6 February 1980). Voluntary Ethnic Groups and the Canadian Polish Congress’ Role in Cold War Canada. Oral History Forum d'histoire orale.
How is the culture of an immigrant group kept alive in a new country? Voluntary organizations play a significant role, according to the author, in preserving the cultural heritage of Poland for Polish immigrants and their descendants in Canada. However, participation in these organizations is declining. The author explains why in this sociological study. The first part of the study describes Polish organizations in Canada between 1860 and 1973. The second part describes field research carried out in Metropolitan Toronto in 1974. Results of the research indicate that Polish organizations continue to contribute to the maintenance of a distinctive Polish culture, but that the long-term survival of these organizations is not assured.
The study will be useful to sociologists, students of Polish culture, and those interested in ethnic organizations in general.