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CBERN Newsletter Number 8
(Canadian Business Ethics Research Network (CBERN), 2008-07)
The purpose of this newsletter is to wrap up CBERN's annual conference, to give an update on CBERN's regional offices and Clusters, the selected projects funded and underway, the selected projects in gestation, and advisory ...
CBERN Newsletter Number 7
(Canadian Business Ethics Research Network (CBERN), 2008-03)
The purpose of this newsletter is to re-cap CBERN's activities to date, introduce the formation of CBERN Network Clusters, share updates on projects funded and under way, share projects in gestation, look at international ...
Canadian Business Ethics Research Network (CBERN) at a Glance
(Canadian Business Ethics Research Network (CBERN), 2006)
The Canadian Business Ethics Research Network (CBERN) is an interactive research network with more than 1200 members that draws scientists, social scientist and humanists into interactive engagement with private, public ...
CBERN Newsletter Number 5
(Canadian Business Ethics Research Network (CBERN), 2007-07-01)
The purpose of this newsletter is to update Network Developments. Mainly, CBERN's success in receiving SSHRC funding, overview of CBERN's Western Regional Workshop, CBERN's symposium at the ASAC Conference on Interface of ...
CBERN Newsletter Number 4
(Canadian Business Ethics Research Network (CBERN), 2006-12-01)
The purpose of this newsltter is to update Network developments. Maininly, the official launch of the CBERN website, a CBERN/SSHRC Strategic Knowledge Cluster Grant Application, and the tentative First Annual CBERN Conference.
CBERN Newsletter Number 6
(Canadian Business Ethics Research Network (CBERN), 2007-09-01)
The purpose of this newsletter is to bring readers up-to-date on plans and the agenda for CBERN's launch.
Women, Equity and Participatory Water Management in Brazil
(International Feminist Journal of Politics, 2007-12)
Public participation in resource management is regarded as a central pillar of sustain- able development. Water management is a foremost example, and women globally are prime users and protectors of water. Yet the ...
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 ...
Participation and Watershed Management: Experiences from Brazil
(University Press, 2007)
Public participation is emphasized in many new institutional approaches to resource management, especially watershed governance. The implementation of participatory management frameworks, and capacity-building for civil ...
Women and Deliberative Water Management in Brazil
(Pluto Press/Spinifex Press, 2009)
Feminist Ecological Economics
(UNESCO and EOLSS Publishers, 2008)
Feminist Understanding of Productivity
(Inanna Publications and Education, 2002)
The concept of productivity, meaning output per unit of input, is at once general and specific. Economists have used productivity as a very specific measure, denominated in dollars, which shows the output of a produced ...
Pedagogies of resistance: community-based education for women’s participation in watershed management in São Paulo, Brazil
Informal and community-based education and organizing are fundamental to creating the conditions for equitable democratic participation by women and marginalized people. This paper overviews recent Brazilian initiatives ...
Trance as Artefact: De-Othering transformative states with reference to examples from contemporary dance in Canada
Reflecting on his fieldwork among the Malagasy speakers of Mayotte in the Indian Ocean, Canadian anthropologist Michael Lambek questions why the West has a “blind spot” when it comes to the human activity of trance. Immersed ...