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This paper was first presented in an early version at the Carleton conference, ‘Exploring Contemporary Discourse Analysis’, Ottawa, 1993 and at the ‘Cultural Studies in Canada’ Conference, University of Toronto. My thanks to Penny Ironstone, Jill Scott, A.N. Packwood and conference participants...
Currently, 79.5 million people worldwide have been forced to cross international borders because of political instability and civil war in their country of origin (International Organization for Migration, 2020; United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 2020). Globally, 51% of refugees are...
Considering that many organizations today are fully dependent on information technology for survival, information security is one of the most important concerns facing the modern organization. 'Security can be complex as you enter the international arena. It is essential to take cultural...
Life on the Stargazing Hill: Belgrade Astronomical Observatory at the Intersection of Gender, Science and Culture in Post-Socialist SerbiaDownload
This thesis is a result of ethnographic research conducted at the Belgrade Astronomical Observatory in 2015-2018 period, among Serbian astronomers and astrophysicists. The thesis is threefold: it focuses on the intersection of knowledge production, post-socialism and gender issues in today’s...
Psychological antecedents and outcomes of leisure time physical activity for mainland Chinese international students in CanadaDownload
The purpose of this research was to examine the physical activity of mainland Chinese international students in Canada. Particularly, the relationships between physical activity, social cognitive variables (i.e., self-efficacy, social support, intention, access), mental health (i.e., stress,...
Black musicians in string-bands in the American South during the period 1920–1950 were remarkably resilient to social, political, and cultural forces while also actively creating cultural products. The breadth of their musical activities and networks of interconnectivity expands our knowledge and...