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- 1Aktary, Walie M.
- 1Anderson, Sharon
- 1Andres, Karen Maureen.
- 1Atkey, Kayla, M.
- 1Aussant, V. Jill.
- 1Ayre-Jaschke, Leslie Elaine
- 3Health promotion
- 2Aboriginal youth
- 2Adjustment (Psychology)
- 2Body image--Social aspects
- 2Social support
- 2Jardine, Cindy (Centre for Health Promotion Studies)
- 2Nykiforuk, Candace (Centre for Health Promotion Studies)
- 2Raine, Kim (School of Public Health)
- 1Caine, Vera (Faculty of Nursing)
- 1Dr. John Church, Department of Political Science (supervisor), University of Alberta
- 1Dr. Kyle Whitfield (Faculty of Extension)
Food security is said to exist “when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life” (Food and Agricultural Organization, 2008, p. 1). In the last several...
I explored how play and playfulness changed across the lifespans of an international sample of adults aged 18 to 70. My research study was informed by phenomenological methodology and used interviews as a means of data collection. Participants were recruited from a number of platforms, including...
Background. Addiction treatment research increasingly recognizes the importance of access factors (i.e., systematic barriers and facilitators) and engagement factors (i.e., perceptions of coercion, motivation, and social networks) as determinants of clients’ response to treatment programs. While...