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- 2Agrios, Jean Marie.
- 2Aujla, Wendy
- 2Avakame, Edem Frank.
- 2Bereska, Tami M.
- 2Lagrange, Teresa C.
- 2Simmons, Anthony M. (Anthony Michael), 1945-
Governing Metis Indigeneity: The Settler-Colonial Dispossession and Regulation of the Metis in Mid-Twentieth Century ManitobaDownload
Bringing together the fields of Critical Indigenous Studies, settler-colonial studies, and governmentality studies, this dissertation seeks to methodologically trace the dispossession of Metis from lands in Manitoba throughout the mid-twentieth century by placing these dispossessions into the...
This thesis examines the relationships between harm reduction and the Electronic Dance Music (EDM) community. To better understand how ravers navigate, perceive, and react to risks inherent in a club drug using setting, this thesis presents research from interviews with EDM community members...
Reintegration is Not One-Size-Fits-All: Gender and the Reintegration of Women Convicted of Sexual OffencesDownload
This thesis explores the ways gender plays a role in the reintegration of women convicted of sexual offences in Canada. Through the use of 15 qualitative interviews, I examine how staff and volunteers working with these women understand and approach their reintegration, and seek to determine what...
A Qualitative Analysis of Criminal Justice Professionals’ Perceptions of Police Use of Community Notifications and Re-entry of High-risk People Post-incarcerationDownload
This thesis explores the perceptions of criminal justice professionals on police use of public disclosures for people re-entering the community post-incarceration. To better understand the practice of public disclosures, this thesis includes a qualitative thematic analysis of in-depth...
Indigenous labour market statistics are a key technology through which the Canadian nation-state reaffirms its possession of Indigenous land. Colonizing settler norms, values, and racialized understandings inform the dominant methodological approach to Indigenous labour market statistics...
Despite the plethora of research on police culture, few studies have examined police culture from an intersectional approach. To provide more intersectional research on police culture, I conducted 16 semi-structured interviews with women police officers from a police organization in Alberta to...
Canada’s anti-discrimination legal regime is among the oldest and most established in the world. In this thesis, I examine those human rights institutions in Canada that were created to enforce anti-discrimination statutes to determine which system is more accessible to people from marginalized...
Even though Indigenous women are the fastest growing prison population in Canada and around the world, scholarship regarding the storytelling of incarcerated Indigenous women is extremely limited. My dissertation centers the stories of Indigenous women within Tightwire, a prisoner produced...