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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...
The Canadian Arctic Islands (CAI) contain the largest concentration of terrestrial ice outside of the continental ice sheets. Mass loss from this region has recently increased sharply due to above average summer temperatures. Thus, increasing the understanding of the mechanisms responsible for...
Twelve deep aquifers and 12 aquitards were defined in southwestern Saskatchewan. Four major water types were identified: Type 1 (Ca-SO4) freshwaters, found in Paleozoic aquifers; Type 2 (Na-Cl) brines, found in all aquifers; Type 3 (Na-SO4) waters, mixture of Type 1 and Type 2 waters; and Type 4...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2018: This project asks: what are the cultural macrofoundations of entrepreneurial ecosystems? The Cultural Entrepreneurship literature focuses on entrepreneurs deploying cultural elements to legitimate new ventures (Lounsbury & Glynn, 2001). Alongside calls for new thinking in...
SSHRC IG awarded 2022: "Who owns the prairies?" will uncover and analyze who has owned the farmlands of the prairies of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta from the 1870s treaties to today. It will dissect the objectives, attitudes, politics, and logics of the laws and policies that shaped land...