Sociology

Chaoura Bourouh

Professor

I teach a range of sociology courses including Introduction to Sociology, Social Problems and Introduction to Middle East History and Society. My areas of research Interest include human migration, development and social change, and sociology of work. 

Ph.D., M.A., American University

NISOD Excellence Award (2017)

CBC Exceptional Faculty Award (2015)  

CBC Teaching & Learning Mini-Grant (2018)      

Migration Flows from North Africa to Europe: Challenges and Responses (2018-present)

2013 - The Berbers. Oxford Bibliographies. Oxford University Press (April).

2009 - Omar C. Bourouh & Mohamed Hennad. Algeria’s Political Economic Reforms: An Assessment. The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations. Volume 9.

2009 - Omar C. Bourouh & Brian Bacchus. “Not All Occupational Health and Safety is Created Equal.” The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Volume 4, 2009.

2009 - Omar C. Bourouh, “The Berbers.” Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World

2007 - Omar C. Bourouh, “Ethnic Diversity and the Question of National Identity in Iraq.” The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 7 (5).

2007 - Omar C. Bourouh, “Globalization, Deindustrialization, and     Labor Market Structure in Algeria.’’ The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences,  2 (5).

2006 - Omar C. Bourouh, “Social Capital and Integration of Early Arab Immigrants in Canada.” The International Scope Review, 8, (13).

2006 - Omar C. Bourouh, Book Review of Racial Profiling in Canada (by Carol Tator and Frances Henry), Canadian Ethnic Studies, 38 (2).

2006 - Omar C. Bourouh, Book Review of Labor in Cross-Cultural Perspective (edited by E. Paul Durrenberger and Judith E. Marti),  Journal of Intercultural Studies, 27 ( Nov).