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- 42Alberta Centre for Active Living
- 34Walton, Mathew
- 23Coe, Helen - Project Coordinator, CIHR Special Project
- 21Bubela, Tania
- 230Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences)
- 162Grant Assist Program (Social Sciences / Humanities)
- 135Grant Assist Program (Social Sciences / Humanities)/Successful Grants Library (SSHRC)
- 82Music, Department of
- 82Music, Department of/Supplementary Thesis Materials (Music)
- 59Nursing, Faculty of
SSHRC IDG funded 2017: Although bankruptcy should not be a side effect of sickness, many Canadians are pushed over this financial precipice by an illness or injury. In the United States, uncovered medical expenses wreak havoc on the finances of the ill and injured, whereas in Canada, the income...
SSHRC IG awarded 2017: This research examines and refines key assumptions of the recreation specialization framework, tests the refined assumptions, and examines the roles of structural location and environmental worldviews in explaining recreation preferences. This research will: 1. Test and...
SSHRC IG awarded 2013: This project will develop a detailed record of musicians and musical performances in Edmonton, which grew from a small town to a provincial capital and city of ca. 70,000 by the 1920s. But because Edmonton's music was part of a network of practices that linked Edmonton to...
SSHRC IG awarded 2017: This project focuses on the representations of health and the biomedical body in post-1960s Anglo-Canada and Franco-Québec literatures. It is interested in the representation of urban middle-classes and the ways in which the notion of responsibility towards health informs...
SSHRC IG awrded 2014: This project will study the development of Bertrand Russell's philosophy during the ten most productive years of his career as analytic philosophy and symbolic logic were being founded as academic disciplines. The project will include the letters to Russell from two of...
SSHRC IG awarded 2015: The research explores how today's screen-oriented young adults perceive the local and situated nature of their early literate development. RESEARCH QUESTIONS: How do contemporary Canadian young adults articulate their childhood experiences of landscape and local...
SSHRC IDG funded in 2018: Gay-Straight Alliances are a recent development in Canadian schools. These student-led clubs aim to promote positive youth development. They, and the recent legislation enabling them, are controversial. There is a need for research on the roles and effects of GSAs. This...
SSHRC IG awarded 2012: Verbs are harder than nouns for children to learn. This research project will test two central hypotheses about verb learning in children: First, in experimental situations, children benefit from co-speech gesture as shown by enhanced verb learning. Second, in everyday...
Invited PG (stage 2), awarded 2015: Many communities are dependent upon the resources of freshwater river systems for their livelihood and well-being. Multi-generational subsistence fisheries (including Indigenous communities) have well developed systems of local and traditional knowledge (LTK)...
As an educator and as an immigrant to Canada who is sensitive to the various identity and integration issues of newcomers and those considered minorities, I am cognizant of the various images and (mis)representations of cultures which are reflected and perpetuated by others. In the classroom I...