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Paper presentation entitled "It Works in Practice, Does it Work in Theory? Development and Implementation of School-Based Mental Health Services with Muslim Clientele."
The presenters will describe the development and implementation of a school-based mental health service in three K-9 schools populated by Muslim students. We will highlight the fast-paced, politically sensitive environment ...
"Accessible Workplace Learning Using Mobile Technology"
As workers become more mobile and the demand for training increases, there will be increasing use of flexible delivery methods to train workers. One such delivery method is mobile learning which uses mobile technology to ...
Politics of Betrayal in Camilla Gibb's "Sweetness in the Belly"
Camilla Gibb’s Sweetness in the Belly is a novel with many layers that can be read from different perspectives. Issues of race, language, culture, tradition, religion, and politics are intermingled in the pages of the novel ...
Articulations of Wild Rose Conservation: The Land Trust Movement in Alberta
The accelerating fragmentation of landscapes across Canada and their conversion into industrial, residential and recreational uses has sparked growing concern about how these areas might be protected from intensive and ...
Reactive Attachment Disorder and its Implications in Defining the "Good Mother"
Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) made its first appearance in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders’ nosology in 1980 (DSM-III: American Psychiatric Association). Its inclusion was a response to ...
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The Effect of Machine Virtualization on the Environmental Impact of Desktop Environments
Through the course of this paper two important and recently prominent ideas in computing science are assessed in terms of their combined potential to provide responsive and environmentally responsible alternatives to ...
Scaling the pinnacle of art: learning vacations in Banff National Park, 1940s-1950s
Typically targeted to well-educated, middle class older travellers, the market for learning tourism in Canada has grown significantly in recent years. Operators and conservation agencies in Banff National Park have expressed ...
“Tumplines” – a Look at the History and Ethnobiology of Northwest Coast Burden Straps, paper presentation.
The burden straps called “tumplines” in the anthropological literature are a distinctive carrying device used by Gitksan, Witsuwit’en and other peoples of the northwestern part of British Columbia, Canada. The burden straps ...
Stories from the field: narratives by practitioners from across Canada demonstrating the integration of social justice into counselling practice
Workshop A: Across Canada, thousands of individuals face barriers to improving their mental, emotional, and economic status. In an effort to address the environmental factors (e.g., poverty) that impede client well-being, ...