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A Hermeneutic Study of Lived Hope among Older Adults Using Photography as Interview Prompt
PURPOSE Aging around the world is a topic that has received increasing attention over the past decade. As life expectancies increase, efforts are being directed towards understanding and facilitating successful aging. A ...
Staff Utilization of Explicit Hope Facilitation Strategies in Long Term Care
Research offers compelling evidence of the pivotal role that hope plays in health and personal well-being outcomes for individuals who are acutely, chronically or terminally ill. Many individuals who are living in long ...
Parental Power in the Health Care System
This session will be the presentation of a 1990s Parenting the Hospitalized Child, Stage Theory (which has, until now, never been presented or published) and a review of the research on parent/child centered care over the ...
Peak Oil, Marginal Communities, and You
(Making Waves, 2006)
How expensive energy will change community practice.
Team Players: Good news from Nova Scotia about the role of government in CED
(Making Waves, 2003)
What would it be like if government officials responded to CED and social enterprise initiatives not with detachment or disdain (or alarm) but eagerly, as committed partners? It's been happening in Nova Scotia. The whole ...
Project C11 - Credit Unions as a Financing Source for the Social Economy
This project explores one aspect of development finance in the social economy—namely, the role of the credit union as it appears today in AB and BC. It seeks to describe and analyze a range of activities relevant to the ...
Credit Unions and the Social Economy: Being Competitive and Building Capacity
(BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA), 2009-09)
The credit union sector occupies a significant place in both Alberta and British Columbia and credit unions are a prominent element of the social economy in the two provinces. This report examines the results of research ...
Credit Unions as a Financing Source for the Social Economy and Rural Community Re-investment
This proposal/plan documetns a research project that examines the role of credit unions in supporting the social economy and is a second stage of research building on SERC 3’s research project C11. At the same time, this ...
Learning Community Development Finance: Doing Development in Arkansas
(Making Waves, 2006)
This thoughtful book review is a rich and fascinating case study of community development finance. The case study is based on ten years of work by an organization started in 1986, called Southern Development Bancorporation. ...
Phone Numbers: In Between Private, Public, Personal, Pedagogical, Political Calls
The number and choice of online and distance graduate education programs in Canada is growing. Literature of this emerging field debates the quality of programs and delivery strategies to ensure that students feel connected ...