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“The Power of Knowledge, Objectified”: Immaterial Labor, Cognitive Capitalism, and Academic Librarianship
“The Power of Knowledge, Objectified”: Immaterial Labor, Cognitive Capitalism, and Academic LibrarianshipDownload
This article analyzes current trends in academic librarianship from the perspective of Italian autonomist Marxism. With the rise of new technologies and the advent of a period variously called the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”, “Industry 4.0”, and “The Second Machine Age,” academic librarianship...
“The End of the Ice Age?”: Visitor motivations to experience disappearing world heritage and the climate change communication imperativeDownload
Rapid environmental change in vulnerable destinations has stimulated a new form of travel termed ‘last chance tourism’ (LCT). Studies have examined the risks of LCT, while leaving potential opportunities within this new tourism market largely underexplored. Results of survey (n=399) research in...
“Responsible” or “Strange”? Differences in Face Mask Use Between Chinese and Non-East Asian Canadians During the COVID-19 Pandemic
“Responsible” or “Strange”? Differences in Face Mask Use Between Chinese and Non-East Asian Canadians During the COVID-19 PandemicDownload
Objectives: Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinese and non-Chinese Canadians exhibited differential support for public mask use, which may have implications for public health and interethnic relations. Such differences were primarily attributed to variations in ethnic norms and practices by...
“British, but Also French: Paul Mascarene’s Translation of Molière’s Le Misanthrope in Colonial Nova Scotia.”Download
This is the accepted version of the following article: True, Micah. “British, but Also French: Paul Mascarene’s Translation of Molière’s Le Misanthrope in Colonial Nova Scotia.” Quebec Studies, vol. 71, no. 1, 1 June 2021, pp. 133–150., which has been published in final form at...
‘Accurate History and Facts’ or Memoir?: Unravelling the Weave of History and Life Narrative in the Black HillsDownload
This essay explores how John S. McClintock’s Pioneer Days in the Black Hills: Accurate History and Facts Related by One of the Early Day Pioneers, originally published in 1939 and republished by the University of Oklahoma Press in 2000, is employed as a historical source by historians and in...
submitted manuscript titled as 'Superior Cognitive Mapping through Single-landmark-related Learning than through Boundary-related Learning'
submitted manuscript titled as 'Superior Cognitive Mapping through Single-landmark-related Learning than through Boundary-related Learning'Download
Cognitive mapping is assumed to be through hippocampus-dependent place learning rather than striatum-dependent response learning. However, we propose that either type of spatial learning, as long as it involves encoding metric relations between locations and reference points, could lead to a...
[(tert-Butyldimethylsilyl)oxy]methanethiol and [(tert-Butyldiphenylsilyl)oxy]- methanethiol—Nucleophilic Protected H2S EquivalentsDownload
[(tert-Butyldimethylsilyl)oxy]methanethiol [HSCH2OSiMe2Bu-t] is a nucleophilic reagent for 2 introduction of a protected bivalent sulfur; this reagent is complementary to the electrophilic reagent p-MeC6H4SO2SCH2OSiMe2Bu-t. The thiol is prepared by the action of HSLi on...
The invasion of mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopk.) into Alberta has been an ongoing concern for forest management. The beetle’s recent appearance and spread in Jasper National Park now poses ecological and economic threats to forestry in regions to the east. By applying recent...
In this study, we explore how the functional response framework can be imple- mented in pest management. Here, managers take the role of predators foraging on pests and facing monetary costs for survey and control in a spatial domain where the pest distribution and control strategy do not have to...