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    • Sampling The Alan Lomax Collection 

      Gregory, David (Canadian Folk Music/Bulletin de musique folklorique canadienne, 2002)
    • Searching for Happiness: The Importance of Social Capital. 

      Leung, Ambrose; Kier, Cheryl A.; Fung, Tak Shing; Fung, Linda; Sproule, Robert (2011-06)
      After four decades of research, scholars of happiness continue to debate its causes. While it is generally agreed that a combination of internal and external factors play a role, predicting happiness well remains a ...
    • A selected Western Canada Historical Resources Bibliography to 1985 

      Pannekoek, Frits (Prairie Forum, 1990)
      The bibliography was compiled from careful library and institutional searches. Accumulated titles were sent to various federal, provincial and municipal jurisdictions, academic institutions and foundations with a request ...
    • Shirt and the Happy Man: Theory and Politics in Ethnic Minority Writing 

      Pivato, Joseph J. (Canadian Ethnic Studies, 1996)
      Ethnic minority writing in Canada was once a neglected field not only by Canadianists promoting a canon for a national literature, but also by theorists who focused on the great works from major European languages as the ...
    • Sibling attachment: A review and a new infant-based measure (SPPIR) 

      Kier, Cheryl A.; Lewis, Charlie N. (Journal of Early Development and Parenting, 1993)
      This paper describes a new infant-based measure for assessing infant attachment to a sibling during a modified strange situation procedure. Research has demonstrated that young siblings often form a special relationship ...
    • A snug little flock : the social origins of the Riel Resistance, 1869-70 

      Pannekoek, Frits (Watson and Dwyer, 1991)
      Questions about the identities of the mixed-blood Indian-European peoples of Canada and the United States have puzzled historians and anthropologists in both countries. Who are the mixedbloods of North America? Why do they ...
    • Sociology and Environmental Impact Assessment 

      Gismondi, Mike (Canadian Journal of Sociology, 1997)
      The paper indicates how a critical sociology could contribute to environmental impact assessment (EIA). It argues how sociologists must become involved in evaluating the EIA process itself. Topics examined include: how EIA ...
    • Some comments on the social origins of the Riel Protest of 1869 

      Pannekoek, Frits (1979)
      The English-speaking folk of Red River looked with excitement and hope on the debates that surrounded the confederation of the eastern provinces. The Protestant Canadians, arriving in vocal and visible numbers in the 1860s ...
    • Some Other Field Recordings by Alan Lomax 

      Gregory, David (Canadian Folk Music/Bulletin de musique folklorique canadienne, 2002)
    • The Songs of the People for Me’: The Victorian Rediscovery of Lancashire Vernacular Song 

      Gregory, David (Canadian Folk Music/Musique folklorique canadienne, 2006)
    • A Species-Based Environmental Ethic in Hegel’s Logic of Life 

      Kisner, Wendell (The Owl of Minerva, 2009)
      In this paper I will argue that Hegel’s account of the category of life in the Science of Logic provides ontological grounds for the recognition of living species along with their various ecosystems as the proper objects ...
    • Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Artistry, Expertise, and Professionalism in Mediation and the Role of Higher Education 

      Zariski, Archie (2009-05-12)
      This paper examines what it takes to be a good mediator. It suggests that mediators should strive for artistry in their work which is the result of “reflection in action”. The paper then surveys the fields of knowledge ...
    • Starting Over: A. L. Lloyd and the Search for a New Folk Music, 1945-49 

      Gregory, David (Canadian Journal for Traditional Music/Revue de musique folklorique canadienne, 2000)
      In a previous article in this Journal (1997), the author has outlined Lloyd's early involvement with folk music during the decade 1934-1944 and analyzed the significance of The Singing Englishman. Here he continues the ...
    • Stephen Harper as killer robot 

      McCutcheon, Mark A. (English Studies in Canada, 2017)
      In popular culture and public discourse, especially on the Internet, the image of Canada’s former Prime Minister Stephen Harper is conspicuously characterized and caricatured as robotic [...] Amidst popular culture’s hordes ...
    • Subjectivity and the Labour Process: A Case Study in the Food and Beverage Industry 

      Sosteric, Michael (Work, Employment, and Society, 1996)
      This study focuses on the work experiences of employees, and on the changing relationships between employees and managers, in a mid-sized popular dance nightclub in a small western Canadian city. This nightclub had, in ...
    • Teaching & Research: Learning's Twin Poles 

      Briton, Derek (2nd Canadian Summit on the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, 2006)
      One reason I wanted to be here today is because I have a nagging concern about the drive to incorporate research more explicitly into teaching. It’s reminiscent of the drive for "quality" education in schools, which ...
    • The Teaching Imaginary: Collective Identity in a Post-Prefixed Age 

      Briton, Derek (Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002)
      Every society up to now has attempted to give an answer to a few fundamental questions: Who are we as a collectivity? What are we for one another? Where and in what are we? What do we want; what do we desire; what are ...
    • Techno, Frankenstein and copyright 

      McCutcheon, Mark A. (Cambridge Journals, Cambridge University Press, 2007)
      This essay argues that the widespread but not widely recognised adaptation of Frankenstein in contemporary dance music problematises the ‘technological’ constitution of modern copyright law as an instrument wielded by ...
    • Time for a Change? The Alberta Historical Resources Act 

      Pannekoek, Frits (Legacy Magazine, 2000-01)
      The Alberta Historical Resources Act was a product of several well-attended hearings during 1970-71, chaired by Richard G. Forbis, a leading archaeologist and professor at the University of Calgary. Intended to preserve ...
    • Time to Move Webwards 

      Gregory, David (Canadian Folk Music/Bulletin de musique folklorique canadienne, 2002)

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