Naomi Lightman
Naomi Lightman
Assistant Professor, University of Calgary
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Social policy in Canada
ES Lightman, N Lightman
Oxford University Press, 2017
The intersecting dynamics of social exclusion: age, gender, race and immigrant status in Canada's labour market
N Lightman, LG Gingrich
Canadian Ethnic Studies 44 (3), 121-145, 2013
Sorting or shaping? The gendered economic outcomes of immigration policy in Canada
J Elrick, N Lightman
International Migration Review 50 (2), 352-384, 2016
The empirical measurement of a theoretical concept: Tracing social exclusion among racial minority and migrant groups in Canada
LG Gingrich, N Lightman
Social Inclusion 3 (4), 98-111, 2015
Measuring economic exclusion for racialized minorities, immigrants and women in Canada: Results from 2000 and 2010
N Lightman, L Good Gingrich
Journal of Poverty 22 (5), 398-420, 2018
Discounted labour? Disaggregating care work in comparative perspective
N Lightman
International Labour Review 156 (2), 243-267, 2017
Situating secondary schooling in the transnational social field: contestation and conflict in Greater Toronto Area classrooms
N Lightman
Critical Studies in Education 59 (2), 131-148, 2018
Seniors' Health in the GTA: How Immigration, Language, and Racialization Impact Seniors' Health
S Um, N Lightman
Wellesley Institute, 2017
Golden Years or Retirement Fears?: Private Pension Inequality Among Canada's Immigrants
J Curtis, N Lightman
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 36 (2), 178-195, 2017
The migrant in the market: Care penalties and immigration in eight liberal welfare regimes
N Lightman
Journal of European Social Policy 29 (2), 182-196, 2019
Ensuring healthy aging for all: home care access for diverse senior populations in the GTA
S Um, N Lightman
Wellesley Institute, 2016
Race, language, or length of residency? Explaining unequal uptake of government pensions in Canada
J Curtis, W Dong, N Lightman, M Parbst
Journal of aging & social policy 29 (4), 332-351, 2017
Bonus or burden? Care work, inequality, and job satisfaction in eighteen European countries
N Lightman, A Kevins
European Sociological Review 35 (6), 825-844, 2019
Immigrant sentiment and labour market vulnerability: economic perceptions of immigration in dualized labour markets
A Kevins, N Lightman
Comparative European Politics, 1-25, 2019
Reframing reading youth writing
M Hoechsmann, N Lightman
Learning and Literacy over Time: Longitudinal Perspectives, 134, 2014
Caught in a transnational nexus: Teacher practices and experiences in a context of divergent ties to the homeland
N Lightman
Citizenship Education Research Journal/Revue de recherche sur l'éducation à …, 2014
Down but Not Out—A Comment on the 15th Canadian National Metropolis Conference “Building an Integrated Society”
N Lightman, R Bejan
Transnational Social Review 3 (2), M-52-M-57, 2013
Comparing Care Regimes: Worker Characteristics and Wage Penalties in the Global Care Chain
N Lightman
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society, 2020
Intègre! Intégrons! Intégrez! The economic imperative of integration within Canadian immigration: a commentary on the 16th National Metropolis Conference
R Bejan, N Lightman
Transnational Social Review 4 (2-3), 303-308, 2014
A care convergence? Quantifying wage disparities for migrant care workers across three welfare regimes
N Lightman
LIS Working Paper Series, 2018
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