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The Elusiveness of the Embedded Liberal Compromise: An Evaluation of Canada’s Supply Management System and its Legality within the Global Trade RegimeDownload
The original compromise of embedded liberalism sought to balance the need for domestic social stability with the need to further liberalize trade through the removal of both tariff and non-tariff barriers. However, this raises the question on what qualifies as social stability? Is the...
"Just the facts, ma'am": newspaper depictions of women council candidates during the 2007 Alberta municipal electionDownload
Do women municipal politicians encounter the same level of media bias as their national counterparts? This question guided a study of how three daily and three community newspapers portrayed women and men council candidates during the 2007 Alberta municipal election. Using content and discourse...
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...
If wonder is the beginning of philosophy, then Plato’s Lesser Hippias is not wanting in this regard. In it, we encounter a Socrates that appears to be very different than the one we meet in other Platonic dialogues for this Socrates puts forth strange and terrible views. Indeed, he seems to argue...
This thesis examines the securitization of migration in Europe and the responses to the 2015 refugee crisis – specifically the reintroductions of intra-Schengen border controls. The project explores two central research questions: In what ways have securitization discourse and European...
The early 2000s in Israel-Palestine were characterized by a closing of political and social connections, creating a widening divide between the two peoples. Organized efforts to promote an atmosphere conducive to building peace in Israel-Palestine have traditionally focused around two theoretical...
This thesis addresses the intersections existing between gender, violence and political humour in Alberta political cartoons. I ask the following question: do cartoonists more frequently use hostile humour to represent women premiers, and, if so, what do these representations communicate about...