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- 2Kermoal, Nathalie
- 2Laidlaw, Linda
- 2Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
- 2Supernant, Kisha
- 1Alakas, Brandon
SSHRC IDG awarded 2016: The research project will create a trilingual (Spanish, Portuguese, English) online resource (website) mapping the relationships between contemporary Latin American poetry and the environment. This website will be addressed to both general readers of poetry and to students...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2011: Internet-based computerized assessment is becoming the norm (GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, Medical Council of Canada and Alberta Education). But large numbers of items are required to minimize item exposure and maintain test security. Automatic item-generation is one option. This...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2012: The proposed research will identify ways in which Aboriginal youth can overcome barriers to participation in sport. Findings will serve as the foundation for the development of policies designed to enhance participation in sport by Aboriginal youth. The findings also...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2012: This project will focus on the community of Deline, Northwest Territories, a community of 600 Dene people situated on the Southwestern shore of Great Bear Lake. A group of Deline Elders wish to publish an academic book that describes their philosophy of Dene governance...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2011: Artistic practices form an essential component of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). While important scholarly contributions have already examined the political and social contexts of reconciliation and redress, our proposed project will be the first of...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2018: This study applies social learning theory to case studies of nursing students to identify what, in both theoretical and clinical courses, perpetuates negative social stereotypes about aging and older people. Our goal is to craft opportunities for thoughtful interventions...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2018: This qualitative research project involves pre-service social studies teachers learning and implementing terror management theory (TMT), as a technique for helping them in the classroom, when teaching for plurality and cultural diversity. Through focus groups before and...
Canadian English is vastly understudied. This is particularly true regarding the melody and rhythm of Canadian speech (prosody/intonation). Prosody features as key in most theoretical and applied research that involves spoken language, but in Canadian English, these impacts are poorly...
IDG awarded 2017: We propose to examine how textbook authors position themselves in relation to their hopes and challenges. Our research is qualitative, informed by narrative storytelling. We are interested in how the material textbook authors write might be an influence relating to their hopes...
SSHRC-generated instructions for the 2013 IDG competition.