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“This isn’t gonna fix your child,” Experiences of parents using involuntary stabilization for a child’s substance useDownload
Background: Evidenced-informed strategies are urgently needed to support families who are struggling with a youth’s substance use disorder. One strategy used in several Canadian provinces is involuntary stabilization programs, which involve the apprehension and confinement of youth whose...
This thesis examines Indigenous rhetorics of resistance from the Treaty Six negotiations in 1876 to the 1930s. Using methods from Comparative Literature and Indigenous literary studies, the thesis situates the rhetoric of northern Plains Indigenous peoples in the context of settler-colonial...
“They Do Not Sit Down, These Women”: Land Rights, Freedom, and Livelihoods In Zimbabwe Under the Fast-Track Land Reform ProgramDownload
This research explores how land reform in Zimbabwe, and particularly the extension of primary land rights to women, influences gender relations. I carried out research in a resettled village where women had received individual title to land during Zimbabwe’s Fast Track Land Reform Program (FTLRP)...
“These Trees Have Stories to Tell” Linking Denésƍliné Knowledge and Dendroecology in the Monitoring of Barren-ground Caribou Movements in the Northwest Territories, CanadaDownload
Grounded in an Indigenous methodological framework and using dendroecology as a scientific assessment tool in combination with oral history analysis, this thesis assesses changes to caribou movement patterns in the traditional territory of Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation (LKDFN), Northwest...
“The West Knows Best”: Unintended Consequences of Western Aid During the West African and Democratic Republic of the Congo Ebola EpidemicsDownload
The two largest Ebola virus disease (EVD) epidemics on record occurred from 2013-16 in West Africa (Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea) and 2018-20 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), claiming 11 325 and 2 299 lives, respectively. The Western aid responses that followed centered on...
This thesis considers the evolving role that public memories of Pablo Escobar have played in Colombian society since his death in 1993. By the mid 1990s, Escobar had become established in Colombia as the foremost emblem of the drug-related violence that ravaged the nation during the 80s and...
“Survival kicks in…and that’s that”: Exploring the Pathways of Aboriginal Women Into, Through and Out of the Gang LifestyleDownload
This research project sought to explore the answer to the following research questions: 1) Which experiences do Aboriginal female gang associates identify as reasons for gang membership? 2) Which experiences do Aboriginal female gang associates identify as reasons for gang-exit? and 3) Were there...
“Sticking to it”: A Scoping Review of Adherence to Exercise Therapy Interventions in Children and Adolescents with Musculoskeletal Conditions.Download
Background: Exercise therapy is a core component of treatment for children and adolescents with musculoskeletal conditions. As exercise therapy effectiveness hinges on adherence, improving exercise therapy adherence is crucial for recovery and reducing long-term consequences. Objective: This...
“So You Want to be an Author”: The Yellow Brick Road of Translation, Adaptation, and Translated PlagiarismDownload
During the Soviet era, the practice of retelling foreign fiction was relatively common. In 1939, translator Alexander M. Volkov, took the liberty of retelling a well-known Western tale. To be more precise, Volkov changed the title and the names of the characters, omitted and added some chapters,...
“Putting Fear and Prejudice on Trial”: New Narratives for Queer Documentary Theatre in Dustin Lance Black’s 8Download
This thesis explores contemporary documentary theatre within the context of queer studies. While there are many plays that fall into the category of queer documentary theatre including The Laramie Project, Another American, and Execution of Justice, this research examines Dustin Lance Black’s new...