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Βeta-adrenergic receptors and opposition of evoked sympathetic vasoconstriction: Effects of sex and exercise trainingDownload
Stimulation of the sympathetic nervous system evokes the release of neurotransmitters and produces vasoconstriction that is primarily mediated by the binding of norepinephrine (NE) to alpha-adrenergic receptors. However, NE may also bind to beta (β)-adrenergic receptors and produce vasodilation...
In the introduction to my thesis, I discuss how I use a writing technique in my creative work in order to cope with the process of writing autobiography. As an Indigenous scholar and creative writer, I have been influenced by Indigenous research methodologies that support the practice of...
Îyacisitayin Newoskan Simakanîsîkanisak 'The (Re)Making of the Hobbema Community Cadet Corps Program'Download
In 2005, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) helped launch a unique afterschool program among the four Cree Nations of Maskwacis (formerly Hobbema), Alberta. The program, known as the Hobbema Community Cadet Corps Program (HCCCP), was widely celebrated among politicians, segments of the...
Études sociales, postcolonialisme et multiculturalisme : le Canada, la question d’Israël/Palestine et le Proche-Orient des années 1940 à aujourd’huiDownload
On a longtemps connu le Canada comme un médiateur raisonnable et respecté qui vise un certain équilibre dans sa position par rapport au conflit israélo-arabe au Moyen-Orient. Cette réputation lui a permis de jouer un rôle d’équilibre sur la scène internationale. Plus de 64 ans après la création...
Étude de certains facteurs influençant l’intégration et la construction identitaire des jeunes immigrants nés au Canada : le cas des jeunes de deuxième génération fréquentant un milieu francophone urbain en AlbertaDownload
Many immigrant families choose Canada as their destination, as it offers many opportunities to newcomers. These families are usually politically and economically integrated in the Canadian society, however for some, social and cultural integration is harder to attain. This study aims to...
Écrire l'espace acadien: dialectique du rural et de l'urbain dans les oeuvres de Claude LeBouthillier et Gérald LeblancDownload
This thesis utilizes postmodern readings of spaces to demonstrate how 1) Acadian spaces in literature participate in a larger palimpsest narrative originating in the founding texts of French America – essentially those of Jacques Cartier, Marc Lescarbot – and mostly in Evangeline, the epic poem...
À la recherche du zeitgeist : une analyse du populisme dans les discours de Jason Kenney (2016-2019)Download
Jason Kenney has been considered a populist by many in the media since his transition to Albertan provincial politics in 2016. However, these discussions are often lacking clear justifications and definitions leading to confusion regarding what is considered populist behavior, and what we should...
« The women folk often helped »: La conception inéquitable de la citoyenneté dans les manuels d’études sociales albertains de la première moitié du 20e siècleDownload
The teaching of Canadian history has been a source of contention over the past century, particularly regarding the place of minorities in the nation’s narrative and cultural identity. In early 20th-century Alberta, history education was driven by male-authored textbooks which were used to...