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Dubbing The Flintstones and The Simpsons in French. A Comparative Perspective between France and QuébecDownload
The present dissertation conducts a comparative study of the dubbing of two American animated TV series, The Flintstones and The Simpsons, in two francophone regions/countries, Québec and France. Since audiovisual products are complex blends of semiotic signs, in which the interplay between the...
Evaluating wildlife passage use and discovery for small and medium sized mammals in an Eastern Canadian boreal forestDownload
Paper presented at the 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America in 2015. BACKGROUND/QUESTION/METHODS: While many studies have looked at how large mammals respond to road mitigation measures, few studies have examined the effects on smaller mammals or taken a multispecies...
Our objective was to assess the potential of carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) as effective bioindicators of the effects of forest management at a Canadian national scale. We present a comparison of carabid beetle assemblages reported from large-scale Studies across Canada. Based on the...
Have Canadian citizenship discourses and practices fundamentally changed after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001? This is the question driving this study. While dominant accounts suggest that 9/11 was wholly transformative, there is no clear consensus both in and outside the academy...
Ukrainian staged dance is a popular element of Ukrainian culture. In Canada, Ukrainian dance flourished and has transformed into a distinct symbol of Canadian-Ukrainian culture. Each Canadian province shows an evolution in its Ukrainian dance that is distinct from the others, depending on where...
While many studies have evaluated wildlife passage effectiveness, few have explored how accurately passage activity can be modelled. I created a habitat suitability index (HSI) model for American mink (Neovison vison) using Geographic Information Systems with 1...
Les qualites transitionnelles de Dans un gant de fer de Claire Martin dans le contexte de l'evolution de la societe quebecoise au milieu du vingtieme siecleDownload
In this dissertation, I examine Claire Martin’s autobiography, Dans un gant de fer (1965-66), in the context of the literary trends and the socio-cultural reforms of 1960s Quebec. Martin situates her memories of a misogynistic and violent father, as well as of an insipid convent education, in the...
SHRCC PDG awarded 2016: This study aims to determine a solution to two inter-related problems for human services in Quebec and Alberta. One problem is that we currently lack the requisite knowledge to 'make good' on our commitment under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with...
Taking a Multispecies Approach to Evaluating the Effectiveness of Wildlife Passages for Small and Medium Sized Mammals in an Eastern Canadian Boreal ForestDownload
Poster presented at the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation in 2015. Research is an investigation into the effectiveness of three different types of wildlife passages along Highway 175 in northern Quebec for small and medium sized mammals using infrared cameras. Two research...
Waking Ned Devine: une traduction franco acadienne pour locuteurs acadiens, franco-canadiens, et francophones d’ailleurs et partoutDownload
The following study aimed to show the need for Franco-Canadian dubbings outside of France, and so as to elaborate the existing issues in audiovisual translation, the film Waking Ned Devine (2001) was translated into Acadian French (with Chiac components). The main goal of this study was to...