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This study explores the relationship between accent, identity, and sense of belonging for adult ESL immigrants to Canada. Forty-two adult immigrant ESL students at a post-secondary institution in western Canada participated in a survey about their attitudes towards their accents, the value they...
Adolescents’ safety on the Internet is a prime concern in society. Sexual predators use the online environment regularly to solicit adolescents for sexual purposes; however, we know very little about the experiences of adolescents who become victimized in this way. This research used a thematic...
An Autobiographical Narrative Inquiry into the lived tensions between Familial and School Curriculum-Making WorldsDownload
This autobiographical narrative inquiry explores my lived experiences in both the familial curriculum-making and school curriculum-making worlds. Drawing on Huber, Murphy & Clandinin’s (2011) reconceptualization of curriculum-making as occurring in two worlds, I inquire into my own tensions and...
Sense of belonging is believed to be a fundamental human characteristic (Maslow, 1987), however there has been little discussion on the belongingness need in psychology. One unique population that has also been neglected in this body of literature is refugee young adults. Prior to migration, some...
Documenting a Punk Scene in Edmonton, Alberta 1979-1985: Place, Legitimacy and Belonging Articulated Through Mainstream and Independent MediaDownload
This thesis explores the emergence of a punk music scene in Edmonton, utilizing archival research, participant interviews and analysis of mainstream and independent media to determine how a genre that was arguably considered a British phenomenon came to have local characteristics and...
This narrative inquiry explores the experiences of ‘home’ and ‘belonging’ in Woodlane Village, an informal settlement (squatter camp) in Pretoria, South Africa. From July to October 2012 and August to September 2013 I spent time in conversation with four men inquiring into our experiences of...
Although Chinese Canadians have been considered as one of the largest “visible minority” group in Canada, research with the children of Chinese immigrants has yet to be fully developed. Recent empirical research reveals that racialized minority children experience a greater rate of racial...
The Lost Jingle Dress
The Lost Jingle Dress is a story written in 2014 by Heather Young-Leslie, and performed by Stuart McLean, for the CBC Radio program Vinyl Cafe. The story lauds the small community of Jasper, Alberta. It was broadcast as part of the "Indigenous Music" episode, aired on June 3 & 4, 2016. This...