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“Towards a Feminist Geopolitics”
The intersections and conversations between feminist geography and political geography have been surprisingly few. The notion of a feminist geopolitics remains undeveloped in geography. This paper aims to create a theoretical ...
Scenes From The Co-ed Shower Et Autres Histoires De La Vie Étudiante (2000)
(Glendon College Creative Writing and Dramatic Arts Program, 2000-09-10)
Archival file for the Glendon College production of Scenes From The Co-ed Shower Et Autres Histoires De La Vie Étudiante by Glendon college Drama Studies students. The play was performed September 10, 2000.
Panel Commentary: An Approach for Monitoring in Ontario’s Provincial Parks and Protected Areas
(Heritage Resources Centre, University of Waterloo, 2002)
The Role of Peer Interaction and Second Language Learning for ESL Students in Academic Contexts: An Extended Literature Review
This literature review explores the relationship between language proficiency and ESL students’ experiences in higher education contexts, with specific reference to the role of conversational peer interaction. The two major ...
Addressing Climate Change and Grassroots Level Adaptation Measures to Food Security in Northwestern Bangladesh
Climate change is no longer a new phenomenon; it is one of the foremost challenges of the 21st century and is a dire threat to all of humanity. Although it is an international spectacle, its impacts are not equally distributed ...
Community-campus Connections: Exploring The Potential Of Collaborative Planning Between York University And Its Neighbours
Community engagement has been a core element of York University’s mandate for several years. However, does a conceptual gap prevent university-community engagement from being actualized? The purpose of this project is to ...
On-Orbit Resident Space Object (RSO) Detection Using Commercial Grade Star Trackers
The resident space object (RSO) population, including both functioning satellites and on-orbit debris, has grown to the point where dedicated ground and space-based networks are needed to maintain up-to-date catalogues of ...
Minor International Students in Canada: Does the Legal Framework Matter?
As Federal and provincial governments invest to “ help secure Canada’s long – term prosperity and economic success” (DFATD, 2014; Scott et al. 2015) through increased international student recruitment and retention, there ...
Diet, Physical Activity, and Emotional Health: What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why We Need Integrated Solutions for Total Worker Health
Background Current research advocates lifestyle factors to manage workers’ health issues, such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, and type II diabetes mellitus, among other things (World Health Organization (WHO) Obesity: ...
Assessing the Accessible Content Provider Landscape
This presentation will share the results of a survey distributed across North America to the accessible content provider community in higher education. The intent of the study was to capture the current state of the ...
A Turtle Population Study in an Isolated Urban Wetland Complex in Ontario Reveals a Few Surprises
We report on the results of the first mark–recapture survey of freshwater turtles in an isolated urban wetland complex in one of Canada’s fastest growing municipalities. Although we found turtles in every surveyed wetland, ...
On-ice measures of external load in relation to match outcome in elite female ice hockey
The aim of this study is to investigate the differences between select on-ice measures using inertial movement sensors based on match outcome, and to determine changes in player movements across three periods of play. Data ...
Mapping the Multicoloured Inukshuk in Canada's Multicultural Landscape
My paper is a study of the sixty year history of the inukshuk’s cultural appropriations from humanoid-rock-formation to Canadian-Nunavut-Olympics icon. It traces the inukshuk variant in Canadian visual culture from its ...
The Deserving Poor: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Ontario Disability Support Program Application Process
Three policy directives of the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) are examined using a Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) to help reveal how these directives act as a barrier to the disabled community in Ontario ...
Waste Reduction Strategies: Understanding the factors affecting efficacy of talent selection in sport and improving talent wastage
Coaches are faced with the difficult task of identifying and selecting athletes to their team. Despite its widespread practice in sport, there is still much to learn about improving the identification and selection process. ...
A 212-nt long RNA structure in the Tobacco necrosis virus-D RNA genome is resistant to Xrn degradation
(Oxford University Press, 2019)
Plus-strand RNA viruses can accumulate viral RNA degradation products during infections. Some of these decay intermediates are generated by the cytosolic 5′-to-3′ exoribonuclease Xrn1 (mammals and yeast) or Xrn4 (plants) ...
The effects of awareness of the perturbation during motor adaptation on hand localization
(Public Library of Science, 2019)
Awareness of task demands is often used during rehabilitation and sports training by providing instructions which appears to accelerate learning and improve performance through explicit motor learning. However, the effects ...
Motor Learning Without Moving: Proprioceptive and Predictive Hand Localization After Passive Visuoproprioceptive Discrepancy Training
An accurate estimate of limb position is necessary for movement planning, before and after motor learning. Where we localize our unseen hand after a reach depends on felt hand position, or proprioception, but in studies ...