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Dr. Jean Lock Kunz

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  • BA
    Shanghai International Studies University
  • PhD
    University of Waterloo
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Media And Minorities | Thompson Educational
www.thompsonbooks.com, 11 July 2010 [cached]
Augie Fleras and Jean Lock Kunz
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Jean Lock Kunz
Canadian Council on Social Development
Jean Lock Kunz is Senior Research Associate with the Canadian Council on Social Development where she spearheaded and established the cultural diversity research program. She is author of numerous reports and articles, including Advertising Images of Visible Minority Women in Canada (with Augie Fleras), Immigrant Youth in Canada (with Louise Hanvey), and Adapting to Canada: Linguistic profile of immigrant youth. She has recently joined Human Resources Development Canada.
Contact us | Policy Horizons Canada
www.pri-prp.gc.ca, 29 July 2014 [cached]
Jean Kunz Director 613-992-5193
Hidden Discrimination
www.kahtou.com, 1 Mar 2001 [cached]
The study, Unequal Access: A Canadian Profile of Racial Differences in Education, Employment and Income, written by Jean Lock Kunz, Anne Milan, and Sylvain Schetagne form the Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD) is based on recent quantitative statistics and focus group discussions with visible minorities and Aboriginal people in cities across Canada.
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This is not good for the productivity of the Canadian economy and the cohesion of our society," says Dr Kunz, senior research associate at the CCSD.
Global Diversity @ Work - Global News, February 2001
www.diversityatwork.com, 1 Feb 2001 [cached]
"Our findings confirm the higher you go in the workplace, the whiter it becomes," says Dr. Jean Lock Kunz, senior research associate at CCSD.
CRRF - January 10, 2001- “Hidden discrimination” and “polite racism” prevents Aboriginal peoples and visible minorities from gaining equal access to jobs, study finds
www.crr.ca, 10 Jan 2001 [cached]
The study, Unequal Access: A Canadian Profile of Racial Differences in Education, Employment and Income, written by Jean Lock Kunz, Anne Milan, and Sylvain Schetagne from the Canadian Council on Social Development (CCSD) is based on recent quantitative statistics and focus group discussions with visible minorities and Aboriginal peoples in cities across Canada.
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says Dr. Kunz, senior research associate at the CCSD
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