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The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) views military families as “the strength behind the uniform” because their contributions and sacrifices are considered essential to operational effectiveness, including retention, morale, and deployability. Today’s Canadian military families receive more...
Scholars have argued that anti-obesity health discourses currently pervade Canadian schools and detrimentally impact students’ mental and physical health (Robertson & Scheidler-Benns, 2016). Although schools across the country ubiquitously deploy these discourses, it is important to understand...
Our project has focused on exploring cultural perspectives related to anger and gender. For our research, we are utilizing thematic analysis to reflect on, interpret, and present our findings. We had participants complete a Google Form with our qualitative questions. Among our eight participants,...
This thesis explores the disciplinary and biopolitical tools that are employed by the current neoconservative government of Turkey regarding women’s bodies. Since 2002, with the rise of a new conservative Islamist government, social life has been reshaped and reformed by the conservative...
This presentation begins with a summary of the first survey ever conducted on the job offer negotiations of Canadian academic librarians. Like previous American studies, our results indicated that even in a female-populated profession, women are still less likely to negotiate than men; however,...
This project examines the concept of “interiority”, the thoughts and feelings of other individuals, as a kind of literary device in the works of Qiu Miaojin and Wu Ming-yi. Rather than reinforce binaristic thinking, this considers interiority as a tension between public and private, between self...
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...