Canadian Social Trends
The Winter 2011 print edition of Canadian Social Trends, released today, includes seven articles previously released in the online edition.
"Recent evolution of immigrant-language transmission in Canada" compares the languages spoken by immigrant mothers with those of their Canadian-born children.
"Generational change in paid and unpaid work" looks at differences in the time spent on paid work and on unpaid housework among young adults from three generations—late baby boomers, Generation X and Generation Y.
"Intergenerational education mobility: University completion in relation to parents' education level" explores whether intergenerational mobility in university completion has been increasing.
"Commuting to work: Results of the 2010 General Social Survey" examines various facets of travelling between home and work.
"What's stressing the stressed? Main sources of stress among workers" asks what differentiates workers who report being highly stressed from those who report being less stressed.
"Personal networks and the economic adjustment of immigrants" examines the relationship between personal networks, employment and income among immigrants.
"Quality of personal networks: Does living alone matter?" compares the personal networks of people living alone with those of people in couples.
The Winter 2011 print edition of Canadian Social Trends, No. 92 (11-008-X, $24/$39)is now available. See How to order products. Also, the PDF version is available for free under the Key resource module of our website under Publications.
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