Kenedy, R.. & Nunes, F. (2012) An analysis of civic identity and participation among Portuguese-Canadian youth in Quebec and Ontario. Portuguese Studies Review, 20(2), 101-141.
Jean-Pierre, J. & Nunes, F. (2011). Multicultural education before and after the federal Multiculturalism Policy: A case study of the Board of Education of the City of Toronto from 1960 to 1975. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 43(1-2), 153-174.
2011. Social, cultural and existential considerations in the schooling choices of working-class, immigrant youth: One minority youth’s story. Relational Child and Youth Care Practice, 24(4), 5-20.
2011. Barreiras e factores de apoio à escolarização de jovens Luso-Canadianas [Barriers and support mechanisms to the schooling of young Luso-Canadian women]. In Andreazza, M. L. & R. Boschilia (Eds.), A voz e a vez da mulher imigrante portuguesa na diáspora: Brasil e outros lugares.[The voice and time of the Portuguese immigrant woman in the diaspora: Brazil and other locations]. Curitiba, Brazil: Universidade Federal do Paraná.
June 2004. Portuguese-Canadian youth and their academic underachievement: A literature review. Portuguese-Studies Review, 11(2), pp. 41-87.
2003. Integration or return? Towards an effective emigration policy and practice for a neglected diaspora: In Sakic, V., Duncan H. & Sopta, M. (Eds.), Immigrants and Homeland (pp. 229-255). Institute of Social Sciences IVO PILAR, Zagreb.
Koc, M. & Nunes, F. (2001). Newcomer youth at risk in the school system
. Toronto: Joint Centre of Excellence for Research and Immigration and Settlement and Citizenship and Immigration Canada. (Please note: This work does not examine Portuguese-Canadian youth)
2000. Portuguese-Canadians: A profile from the 1991 Canadian Census. Gávea-Brown, 21, pp. 80-107.
1986. Portuguese-Canadian women: Problems and prospects. Polyphony, 8, 00. 61-66.
1986. Problems and Adjustments of the Portuguese Immigrant Family in Canada. Porto, Portugal: Secretaria de Estado dans Comunidades Portuguesas.
Andrew-Gee, E. (2012, September). What's Eating Little Portugal? Forget Africentric schools: Toronto’s Portuguese community has the highest dropout rate in the city. Maisonneuve, 45.
Seminar: Engagement in Multicultural and Transnational Spaces (Lisbon, Portugal) -July 10, 2012
Seminar: Luso-Canadians and their Descendants in Canada and Portugal (Lisbon, Portugal) - July 10, 2011 (segment begins at 8:35).
The Agenda with Steve Paikin - The Portuguese Paradox - Tuesday, April 15, 2008