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2017
Ravanera, Z. R., Wang J., Roderic B., and Liu J. (2017).  Vulnerable young adults' entry into full-time work: An analysis using the Canadian Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics. PCLC Discussion Paper Series, 4 (1), , MarchLondon, ON: Population Change and LifeCourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster. Abstract
2013
Ravanera, Z. R., Esses V., and Fernando R. (2013).  Integration and "welcome-ability" indexes: Measures of community capacity to integrate immigrants. Population Change and Lifecourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster (PCLC) Discussion Paper Series, 1 (1), London, ON Abstract
2006
Lapierre-Adamcyk, É., Marcil-Gratton N., and Le Bourdais C. (2006).  A balancing act: Parents' work arrangements and family time. (McQuillan, K., and Ravanera Z. R., Ed.),{Canada's changing families: Implications for individuals and society}, 49-75.Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press. Abstract
Provencher, C., Le Bourdais C., and Marcil-Gratton N. (2006).  Intergenerational transfer: The impact of parental separation on young adults' conjugal behaviour. (McQuillan, K., and Ravanera Z. R., Ed.),{Canada's changing families: Implications for individuals and society}, 76-104.Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press. Abstract
Ravanera, Z. R., Burch T. K., and Rajulton F. (2006).  Men's life course trajectories: Exploring the differences by cohort and social class. Social Biology, 53 (3-4), 120-139. Abstract
Rapoport, B., and Le Bourdais C. (2006).  Parental time, work schedules and changing gender roles. (McQuillan, K., and Ravanera Z. R., Ed.),{Canada's changing families: Implications for individuals and society}, 179-209.Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press. Abstract
Ravanera, Z. R., and Fernando R. (2006).  Social integration over the life course: Influences of individual, family and community characteristics. (McQuillan, K., and Ravanera Z. R., Ed.),{Canada's changing families: Implications for individuals and society}, 264-292.Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Ravanera, Z. R., and Fernando R. (2006).  Social integration over the life course: Influences of individual, family and community characteristics. (McQuillan, K., and Ravanera Z. R., Ed.),{Canada's changing families: Implications for individuals and society}, 264-292.Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
2005
Beaujot, R., and Ravanera Z. R. (2005).  Family models for earning and caring: implications for child care. Population Studies Centre (PSC) Discussion Papers Series, 19 (05-1),  Abstract
2002
Ravanera, Z. R., and Fernando R. (2002).  Integration at late life: Inclusion, participation, and belonging among the elderly. {Demographic futures in the context of globalization: Public policy issues}, 307-321.Ottawa, ON: Federation of Canadian Demographers.
2001
Ravanera, Z. R., and Fernando R. (2001).  Integration at late life: Inclusion, participation, and belonging among the elderly. PSC Discussion Papers Series, 15 (16), , December: University of Western Ontario.
Beaujot, R., and Ravanera Z. R. (2001).  An interpretation of family change, with implications for social cohesion. {Essays in honour of Professor P. Krishnan: Methodological and substantive}, 15 (1), Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta. Abstract