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Technology Metaphors at the Base of the Pyramid
Much of the technology consumption literature is predominantly situated in the context of the relatively free individual. It also assumes that the adopted technology is owned, or easily accessible by the consumer. This ...
Community in the Elementary Mathematics Classroom: Student Engagement in Face-to-Face and Online Environments
This qualitative study reveals how nineteen students in a grade five classroom engaged in community interactions to solve meaningful mathematics problems. In my experience, students often defer their sense of mathematical ...
Analyzing Ontario’s Climate Change Mitigation and Transportation Planning for a Low - Carbon Economy
This study is based on review and analysis of Ontario’s climate change mitigation and transportation which is eventually leading to transform into a low-carbon economy. This study is compiled into three sections. The first ...
The Work of Women in Canadian Musical Theatre: Dancing in the Chorus
My interest is in the study of the female chorus member working in Canadian Musical Theatre. Through the body of my choreographic research, I propose to answer the following question: Who is the modern day chorus girl? My ...
To Leave With You
To Leave with You is a documentary journey between mother and son, examining the reverberations of four years of intimate partner violence over the following fifty years. In 1967, my mother was drawn to a highly intelligent ...
Fall 2013 Newsletter
(LGBBTQ Home Care Access Project, 2013)
The Sublime as Model: Formal Complexity in Joyce, Eisenstein and Stockhausen
The Sublime as Model: Formal Complexity in Joyce, Eisenstein and Stockhausen, undertakes an investigation of three paradigmatic late-modernist works in three mediums James Joyces novel, Finnegans Wake, Sergei Eisensteins ...
Part I: Application of Pd-Peppsi Complexes in Regioselective Cross-Coupling and Natural Product Total Synthesis; Part II: Room Temperature, Additive-Free Carbon-Sulfur Coupling Using Novel NHC-Pd Complexes
The first part of this research is focused on the development of an efficient method for the regioselective Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling of allylboronic acid pinacol ester derivatives with aryl and heteroaryl halides using ...
Learning Psychotherapy: Highly Charged Becoming Through the Other
The purpose of this study was to identify and investigate the domains and processes that novice supervisees identified as being important for learning psychotherapy during their first psychotherapy practicum. The study ...
Health Coaching Patients with Type 2 Diabetes With and Without Smartphone Support in a Lower Socioeconomic Strata Community
Background: Although the adoption of self-management behaviors is crucial for maintaining good health after a type 2 diabetes diagnosis, many individuals with T2DM fail to meet target blood glucose levels. Adherence to ...
Measurement of Atmospheric Concentration of CO2 in the Hudson Bay Lowlands: An Application of a Lagrangian Particle Dispersion Model (STILT)
Atmospheric CO2 concentrations are influenced by surface fluxes, as well as advection and vertical mixing on the way to the measurement tower. The capability of transport models to accurately represent air parcel trajectories ...
Aboriginal Land Title and Indigenous Nationalism
This paper overviews the question of aboriginal land title, positioning it in the context of the broader Canadian political economy. Aboriginal land title is an evolving legal concept which has carved out a unique social, ...
‘Find the lady’: The Term 'lady' in English and Scottish Place-Names
(York University, 2009)
The term 'lady' serves as the qualifying element of a number of place-names in the British Isles, and has a range of applications. This paper presents a corpus of such names from north-west England and south-east Scotland, ...
The Churchill Community of Knowledge: An Open Access Digital Archive
This poster was presented at the 7th International Biocuration Conference (ISB2014), University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, April 6-9, 2014. The Churchill Community of Knowledge Digital Archive is a YorkSpace Institutional ...
Surviving Racist Culture: Strategies of Managing Racism among Gay Men of Colour - An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Racism, a unique source of stress, occupies a peripheral point of analysis in the literature on gay, lesbian, and bisexual (GLB) health research. Canadian investigators have not examined the coping strategies that non-White ...
Bridging Programs: Pathways to Equity in Post-Secondary Education
The purpose of this report is to review the evidence related to how well existing PSE bridging programs support and enable underrepresented youth to access, persist, and complete a PSE program. To close the PSE opportunity ...
Growing the Grassroots: Strategies for Building the Organizational Capacity of Youth-Led Organizations and Initiatives
The long-term viability of youth-led organizations and initiatives necessitates investment in organizational capacity-building work. By building organizational capacity, grassroots youth-led organizations and initiatives ...
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