Janice Phonsepraseuth, is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, at York University. Her research interests include racial and ethnic identities, migration, and immigrant integration. Publications: Mandell, N., J. Hemphill, J. Phonepraseuth, and J. Borras. 2019. Settlement Experiences of Recently Arrived Seniors: Final Report, Immigration and Refugee Citizenship Canada, Ottawa, ON; Mandell, N., J. Borras, J. and J. Phonepraseuth. 2018. Recent Canadian Immigrant Seniors: Settlement Experiences and Services: A Knowledge Synthesis Report, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, Ottawa, ON; Mandell, N., L. Lam, J. Borras, and J. Phonepraseuth. 2018. Living on the margins: Economic security among senior immigrants in Canada, Special Issue on Social Inequality & the Spectre of Social Justice, Alternate Routes, 38-64. Currently, Janice is a research assistant for BMRC-IMRU’s Stalled Mobility? Income Inequality and Intergenerational Relationships Among Newcomer South Asian and Chinese Households in York Region research project.