Book Chapters  

Dechief, D. (2012). “Vancouver Community Network as a site of Digital and Social Inclusion” in A. Clement, M. Gurstein, G. Longford, L.R. Shade & M. Moll. eds., Connecting Canadians: Investigations in Community Informatics, University of Athabasca Press.

Dechief, D., G. Longford, A. Powell and K. Werbin. (2008). Enabling Communities in the Networked City: ICTs and Civic Participation Among Immigrants and Youth in Urban Canada,” in A. Aurigi and F. de Cindio, eds., Augmented Urban Spaces, Ashgate.

Shade, L.R. and Dechief, D. (2005). “Canada’s SchoolNet: Wiring Up Schools?” E-Learning and Democracy: Critical Perspectives on the Promise of Global Distance Education, ed. A. Carr-Chellman. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 

Journal Articles

Clement, A., Gurstein, M., Longford, G., Luke, R., Moll, M., Shade, L. R., & Dechief, D. (2004). “The Canadian Research Alliance for Community Innovation and Networking (CRACIN): A Research Partnership and Agenda for Community Networking in Canada.” The Journal of Community Informatics, 1(1), 7-20.

Government Publications

Oreopolous, P. & Dechief, D. (2010). “Why Do Employers Discriminate Against Immigrant Job Applicants? Experimental Evidence from Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.” Final report submitted to HRSDC. December 31, 2010.

Dechief, D., Caidi, N., Allard, D., & M. Lam. (2010). “Immigrants and the Internet: The information needs of Canadian immigrant job seekers and” Final Report submitted to HRSDC. March 10, 2010.

Caidi, N., Allard, D., Dechief, D. and Longford, G.  (2008). “Canadian Immigration and Social Inclusion: What Roles do ICTs Play?”  Final report submitted to the Strategic Policy Research Directorate of Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC). December 5, 2008.

Caidi, N., Allard, D. & Dechief, D. (2008). “Information Practices of Immigrants to Canada: A Review of the Literature”.  Final report submitted to Citizenship and Immigration Canada and Metropolis. March 31, 2008.

Conference Proceedings

Dechief, D. “Forms and Norms:  Theorizing Immigration-Influenced Name Changes in Canada.” In Names in Multi-Lingual, Multi-Cultural and Multi-Ethnic Contact. Proceedings of the 23rd International Congress of Onomastic Sciences, August 17-22, 2008, in W. Ahrens, S. Embleton & A. Lapierre, eds. Toronto: York University, 2009. 



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