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(Eventual) Stability and Change Across Partnerships
Johnson, Matthew D.; Neyer, Franz J.
Does a new partnership differ from its preceding one? This study investigates whether relationship dynamics change as people transition from one partnership to another and examines a number of predictors that might explain variation in change trajectories. We draw on data gathered from 554 focal...
(En)gendering the Nation in Pai Hsien-yung's "Wandering in the Garden, Waking from a Dream"Download
This article traces the intricate web of allusions in Bai Xianyong's (Pai Hsien-yung) short story "Wandering the Garden, Waking from a Dream" to uncover how allusion helps constitute an imagined national community for the female protagonist in the story. It draws on notions of postcoloniality and...
"You have to rely on everyone and they on you": Interdependence and the team-based rural nursing preceptorshipDownload
Yonge, O., Ferguson, L., Grundy, Q., Myrick, F.
Purpose: A photovoice study was conducted to construct a narrative of teaching and learning to nurse in rural settings as seen through the eyes of nursing students and their preceptors. This article explores the rural context of team-based preceptorship; that is, how interdependence characterizes...
Paper published in Pacific Arts, vol 3, pp115-127 (2007). Abstract: Commoner women’s textile-work is a key medium in the ongoing process of hybridizing Tongan culture for the contemporary ‘modernity plus tradition’ present. One set of wefts for this paper are ethnographic. Commoner women’s...
"I have to do what I believe": Sudanese women's beliefs and resistance to hegemonic practices at home and during experiences of maternity care in Canada.Download
Paton, P., Chiu, Y., Mumtaz, Z., Higginbottom, G. M., Safipour, J., Pillay, J.
Background Evidence suggests that immigrant women having different ethnocultural backgrounds than those dominant in the host country have difficulty during their access to and reception of maternity care services, but little knowledge exists on how factors such as ethnic group and cultural...
"Her world gets smaller and smaller with nothing to look forward to”: Dimensions of social inclusion and exclusion among rural dementia care networksDownload
Clark, K., DeForge, R., Forbes, D.A., Ward-Griffin, C., Mendelsohn, M., St-Amant, O., Kloseck, M.
The purpose of this research was to critique the nature of rural dementia care from the perspectives of persons with dementia, their family caregivers and home care providers through a social inclusion/exclusion lens. A critical gerontology approach within a human rights framework (Townsend,...
"From Silos to Networks: Re-envisioning Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in a Modern Languages Department"Download
Beard, Laura, Kost, Claudia, Ruétalo, Victoria, Smith, Carrie, True, Micah
This is the final, accepted version of the following article: Laura Beard, Claudia Kost, Victoria Ruetalo, Carrie Smith, and Micah True (equal co-authorship), “From Silos to Networks: Re-envisioning Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in a Modern Language Department.” It originally appeared in a...
Yonge, O., Myrick, F., Luhanga, F.L.
In a grounded theory study examining the process of precepting an unsafe student, it was found that preceptors assigned passing grades to students who in fact should not have passed. Although preceptors perceived their role as gatekeepers for the profession, by not assigning failing grades to...
This is a pre-publication version of the refereed article published as: Lianne McTavish, “Curating and the End of the Professions,” Journal of Curatorial Studies, 6, 2 Special Issue, Curatorial Studies: Situations, Issues, Prospects (Fall 2017), 181-93.