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Hope is recognized as an important aspect of human growth, change and wellbeing (Erikson, 1964, 1968, 1985; Turner, 2005). Hope has been defined as the anticipation that one’s future will be both meaningful and desirable (Stephenson, 1991) and is acknowledged as essential to daily life (Erikson,...
Risk-aversion is prevalent in North America, and the literature (Brussoni et al., 2012) has suggested that Adventure Playgrounds may be an appropriate intervention to re-introduce risky play into children’s lives. However, even within spaces that allow for more risk-taking during play, children’s...
Authoring Themselves as Mathematical Learners: Students' Experiences of Learning to Learn High School MathematicsDownload
High school mathematics students often complete homework and study for unit tests without support to consider how these actions could contribute to their mathematical learning. However, students can, through the process of learning to learn mathematics, to bring into view how they learn...
Better Together - The Essential Components of the Integrated Knowledge Translation Collaborative Process for an Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research Project in Environmental HealthDownload
Academia has transformed research to be more collaborative to address complex questions such as understanding the relationship between human health and the environment. Such collaborations harness diverse expertise and perspectives of various stakeholders including researchers, practitioners,...
Cannabis Use in Menopause: A Mixed Methods Research Study Capturing the Experiences and Perspectives of WomenDownload
Menopause not only marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years but is a significant transition from a biological and psychosocial standpoint. The majority of women will experience menopause symptoms including vasomotor symptoms, genitourinary symptoms, sleep disturbances, mood changes,...
SSHRC IDG Awarded 2018. This study aims to answer the question: ‘How has the illicit introduction of opioid fentanyl and its ‘analogues’ such as carfentanyl, altered life in Alberta’s prisons? In Canada's opioid crisis, prisons end up housing a disproportionate number of the marginalized and...
Creating and Capitalizing on Opportunities to Reduce Poverty: The Process and Power of Integrated Knowledge TranslationDownload
This thesis describes the experiences of partners involved in integrated knowledge translation (iKT)—a poorly understood process wherein partners from diverse professional spheres (e.g. community, government, and academia) work together to ensure research generated is relevant for the context of...
Everyone's just like, they're fine, and when in reality, are we? Stories about recess from children experiencing disabilityDownload
Recess can be a valuable and significant experience in children’s lives that provides opportunities for outdoor free play and engagement with peers; however children experiencing disability often withdraw or are excluded during recess. The recess context has received little attention from an...
Disability simulations are experiential learning activities that have been used to simulate the functional and cultural experiences associated with disability. Despite their widespread use in post-secondary settings (e.g., physical education, recreation, medicine, and nursing), there is...