Bloodlines : honour killings in the post-migration context
thesisposted on 24.05.2021, 06:45 by Muzzammil Ismail Beelut
Honour killing is an extreme form of violence in the family. This paper seeks to understand the reasons behind the honour killings. Since 2002, there have been 13 reported honour killings in Canada. A media analysis was conducted of 8 articles from the Toronto Star and the National Post to demonstrate how the media portrayed issues related to the murder of Aqsa Parvez, a 16 year old Muslim girl. Policy recommendations are offered as to how honour killings can be prevented from happening in Canada. Keywords: honour killings, Canada, South Asian families, intergenerational conflict, media analysis.
DegreeMaster of Arts
ProgramImmigration and Settlement Studies
Granting InstitutionRyerson University
LAC Thesis TypeThesis
South Asian Canadian women -- Violence against -- CanadaHonor killings -- CanadaConflict of generationsWomen -- Violence againstViolence -- Religious aspectsHonor -- Religious aspectsHonor -- Social aspectsMass media -- Social aspects -- South AsiaMass media and womenSouth Asian Canadian women -- Abuse ofWomen immigrants -- Violence against -- CanadaVictims of family violence -- CanadaEmigration and immigration -- Press coverage -- CanadaFamily violence -- Ontario -- Toronto