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RPSM program model: Jane and Finch site
This chart shows possibilities for learner progression within the RPSM-Jane and Finch music programs
An Evaluation of Balance Perturbation Paradigms and the Effect of Age on the Perturbation Characteristics Relationship
The ability to recover balance to avoid falling following a postural perturbation is a critical aspect of mobility. Our knowledge of human balance recovery emanates from studies that have intentionally disrupted balance ...
The Political-Economy of Science and (Bio)Technology: The Emergence of Agricultural Biotechnology in Canada
The development of genetically modified (GM) seeds has been followed by the rapid production of GM crops. Many insightful contributions have been made in the academic literature on the emergence of agricultural biotechnology, ...
Adopting Sustainability: Greywater Recycling and Ontario's Transitioning Water Management Regime
Greywater is a technology with the potential to reduce water demand. This paper looks to answer, is Ontario's water management regime is undergoing a sustainability transition that is conducive of greywater technology's ...
For the Other, Beyond Ethics: Responsibility, Critique, and Praxis in Levinas and Adorno
This dissertation grows out of the conviction that Emmanuel Levinas ethics and Theodor W. Adornos negative dialectics could supplement each other in mutually beneficial ways. While Levinas could provide an articulation of ...
Accessing the Underground Forest: Exploring Confidence, Release, and Artistic Integrity in the Three Sisters
With this dissertation, I have investigated the relationship between the unconscious and accessing rich detailed sources as an actor. I have established a methodology for addressing physical and psychological blocks in ...
Urban Acupuncture in Taipei
A number of conditions can be attributed to driving the recent revolutionary movement of urban acupuncture and locally-led interventions in cities around the world. Political, economic, and environmental uncertainty; the ...
Bleeding Red: Decolonizing the Actor's Process in Search of Emotional Authenticity
The contents of this thesis will discuss the search for emotional authenticity and vulnerability in performance through an investigation of my Indigenous identity and decolonization. Through the role of Maybe Jane and ...
In the Name of the People: Yugoslav Cinema and the Fall of the Yugoslav Dream
This dissertation outlines the trajectory of Yugoslavias decline through an examination of select works of Yugoslav cinema from the late 1960s to the late 1980s which cogently commented on their sociopolitical context. It ...
Cracking the Glass Ceiling: Contemporary Inuit Drawing
The importance of the artists voice in art historical scholarship is essential as we emerge from post-colonial and feminist cultural theory and its impact on curation, art history, and visual culture. Inuit art has moved ...
Transitioning Community Food Systems for Sustainability and a Proposed Caledon Community Food Plan to Foster a Successful Resilient Local Food Economy
Communities have become a promising place to work sustainability transitions. As the world has become increasing complex, it is no longer possible to use linear thinking to deal with the massive problems facing us. From ...
Healthy Environment, Healthy Economy, Healthy Humans: Planning for Toronto's Waterfront Revitalization Throughout the 20th and 21st Century
This paper focuses on the revitalization process of the Toronto Port Lands. The paper moves through the historical transitions of the Toronto Port Lands, looking at three eras of plans, which have helped to shape the Toronto ...
Capturing the Web Today for Tomorrow: Innovations in capturing and analyzing social media and websites for the new scholarly record
The growth of digital sources since the advent of the World Wide Web in 1991, and the commencement of widespread web archiving in 1996, presents profound new opportunities for social and cultural analysis. In simple terms, ...
2017 Call for proposals - Helen Carswell Chair
Characterization of Structures and Dynamics of Intrinsically Disordered Domain and Proteins Using Time Resolved-Hydrogen Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry
Proteins are inherently dynamic. Virtually all of the processes that underlie biological activity, including binding partner recognition, catalysis and allostery among many others, require transient adoption of specific ...
Product Design through a Systemic Lens of Ecological Economics
Products, tangible artefacts created through a process and intended for delivery to an end-user (Boundless, 2017), have been a primary method in addressing the needs and wants of people, making product designers a crucial ...
Semilla: A Community-University Partnership for Environmental Education
This portfolio is a collection of pieces from a community-based participatory and action research project called Semilla: A community-university partnership for environmental education. Semilla is a project that began in ...
Remaking Downtown Toronto: Politics, Development, and Public Space on Yonge Street, 1950-1980
This study explores the history of Torontos iconic downtown Yonge Street and the people who contested its future, spanning a period from the 1950s through to 1980 when the street was seldom out of the news. Through detailed ...
PhD as Resistance: How the Personal Got Political.
Remarkable Male Bias in a Population of Midland Painted Turtles (Chrysemys picta marginata) in Ontario, Canada
We report on male sex bias in a population of Midland Painted Turtle (Chrysemys picta marginata) at a wetland near Brampton, Ontario, Canada. The wetland is bisected by a major arterial road and characterized by high traffic ...