Department of Political Science
Program: PhDSupervisor: Dietlind Stolle
Twitter URL: https://twitter.com/ColinScott_NL
Title: Dual Identity, Perceived Discrimination and the Political Acculturation of Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities.
My research focuses broadly on the applications of social and cross-cultural psychology to political phenomena. I use experimental and non-experimental designs to study immigrant integration, acculturation, and cross-cultural adjustment. I am Canada's National Representative to the Sociedad Interamericana de Psicología (Interamerican Society of Psychology) and work in Guatemala on problems related to community mental health services, program evaluation, and citizen security.
SSHRC CGS Doctoral Scholarship Ontario Graduate Scholarship
involvementWorking group: Media lab
keywordsConsequences of Immigrant diversity
Immigrant and Minority Voting Patterns
Immigrant political and social incorporation
International Students as Ideal Immigrants in Canada: A disconnect between policy makers assumptions and the lived experiences of international students
Journal: Comparative and International Education
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