Thesis Abstracts

IJPDS accepts thesis abstracts for publication, which address historical and contemporary topics related to the Portuguese diaspora, from the 15th century to the present. Topics may include overseas expansion, colonial history, commerce, trade, migration, immigrant communities, return migration, impact of the diaspora on Portugal, among others.

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Immigrants in the multicultural/multilingual workplace: ways of communicating and experience at work Abstract
Goldstein, Tara
Department of Curriculum, Modern Language Centre, University of Toronto- CANADA, 1992
 
Geography, Perception, and Preservation of Portuguese-American Landscapes in California Abstract
Gregory, Carol Ann
Geography, University of California, Davis - UNITED STATES, 2004
 
Caught in the web of relations: giving voice to abused Portuguese-speaking immigrant women Abstract
Grossi, Patricia Krieger
Social Work, University of Toronto - CANADA, 1999
 
Above Paradise Abstract
Gularte, Lara
English, San Jose State University - UNITED STATES, 2006
 
The Role of Cape Verde Islanders in Organizing and Operating Maritime Trade between West Africa and Iberian Territories, 1441-1616 Abstract
Hall, Paul Trevor
History, The Johns Hopkins University - UNITED STATES, 1993
 
Between two worlds: A case study in capitalism and migration in the central Azores Abstract
Harder, Ronald James
Anthropology, University of Florida - UNITED STATES, 1989
 
Test-retest reliability of the Hearing Handicap Inventory for the Elderly (HHIE-S) for the Azorean Portuguese-speaking elderly Abstract
Helfner-Mitchell, Francine Gail
Health, Central Michigan University - UNITED STATES, 2001
 
Portuguese-Canadians and their academic underachievement in high school in British Columbia: the case of an invisible minority Abstract
Henrique, Santos
School of Public Policy, Simon Fraser University- CANADA, 2006
 
Evaluation of long-term implications of social policies: the 1967 Immigration Act as a case study Abstract
Hernandez, Marcela
Department of Graduate Studies, University of Windsor- CANADA, 1994
 
Breaking the bonds of silence: The immigrant experience in magical realist novels of Katherine Vaz and Chitra Divakaruni Abstract
Hester, Hillary Dawn
English, East Tennessee State University - UNITED STATES, 2003
 
A study of the segmental phonemes of two Portuguese dialects Abstract
Hilckmann, Mina Estrela Machado
Department of Modern Languages, Simon Fraser University- CANADA, 1970
 
Constructing Otherness: Nationhood and Immigration Politics in Portuguese Post-Colonial Society Abstract
Horta, Ana Paula Beja
Sociology and Anthropology, Simon Fraser University - CANADA, 2000
 
The salience of ethnicity: occupation and ethnic manifestations among the Portuguese in Vancouver Abstract
Horta, Ana Paula Beja
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Simon Fraser University- CANADA, 1989
 
The French Invasion of Portugal, 1810-1811 Abstract
Howard, Donald David
History, University of Minnesota - UNITED STATES, 1962
 
Feelings of Powerlessness, Self Concept and Acculturation in Portuguese Immigrant Mothers (Massachusetts) Abstract
Howland, Charles
Education, Boston College - UNITED STATES, 1982
 
Portugal and the Plata: The Conflict of Luso-Hispanic Interests in Southern Brazil and the North Bank of the Rio De La Plata, 1493-1807 Abstract
Hutchins, John A.
History, The American University - UNITED STATES, 1953
 
LA RELATION ENTRE LES CHANGEMENTS RECENTS ET LES MALADIES CHEZ LES IMMIGRANTS PORTUGAIS A MONTREAL Abstract
Iida, Maria Lia Miranda
Psychology, Universite de Montreal - CANADA, 1975
 
Immigrant In/visibility: Portuguese and North Africans in post-colonial France Abstract
Jelen, Brigitte
History, University of California, Irvine - UNITED STATES, 2007
 
The Oldest European Alliance: The Anglo-Portuguese Treaty of 1661 Abstract
Johnson, Annis Marie
English History, University of Nebraska - UNITED STATES, 1916
 
La relation entre le niveau d'education des adultes d'un groupe ethnique et la réussite académique au secondaire étude de cas des Luso-canadiens, des Indo-canadiens et des Canado-jamaicains à Toronto en 2001 Abstract
Jonathas, Johanne
Sociology and Anthropology, University of Ottawa - CANADA, 2010
 
Accommodation and cultural persistence: the case of the Sikhs and the Portuguese in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia Abstract
Joy, Annamma
Department of Anthropology/Scoiology, University of British Columbia- CANADA, 1985
 
The Indian Policy of Portugal in the Amazon Region, 1614-1693 Abstract
Kiemen, Mathias C.
History, The Catholic University of America - UNITED STATES, 1954
 
An Analysis of the Components of Migration: Viana Do Castelo, Minho, 1826-1931 (Portugal) Abstract
Kitts, Arno
Sociology, University of Southampton - UNITED KINGDOM, 1988
 
Embodying the Un/Home: African Immigration to Portugal and Spain Abstract
Knudson-Vilaseca,, Emily Ann
Spanish and Portuguese, Univesity of Minnesota - UNITED STATES, 2007
 
Multiple discourses of literacy meaning-making: case studies of two English and French classrooms Abstract
Langford, Helen G.
Department of Second Language Education, McGill University- CANADA, 2000
 
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