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The Native Speaker as an Othering Construct: Negotiating a Hybrid Third Space Identity Within a Binary Framework
Within an English-speaking cosmopolitan context, the hybrid identity negotiations of 12 international people were examined. The purpose was to view the processes that influence participants’ perceptions and the positive ...
Junior and Intermediate Educators' Perceptions of Play Pedagogy: Informing Future Policy Creation & Implementation
Play-based instruction has become the guiding framework of Ontario’s Full-Day Kindergarten curriculum; however, the benefits of playful learning have yet to be extended into higher elementary grades. Through semi-structured ...
Zoom Reading As A Multi-Dimensional Media Literacy: A Qualitative Media Study With Youth in Rural Ontario
In this dissertation, I develop and study an original approach to media education I call “Zoom Reading”. This approach offers a critique of, and supplement to, the current Ontario media literacy curriculum by suggesting ...
Hip Hop and Ya Don't Stop: Using Hip Hop to Engage Marginalized Youth in Contemporary Urban Classrooms in Canada
This study uses two research methodologies: retrospective life histories, and qualitative research method in the form of youth questionnaires to examine student beliefs and connections to hip hop culture as a tool for ...
Picturing Imperial Citizenship: The Colonial Office Visual Instruction Committee's Slide Lecture Series, 1902-45
Citizenship has emerged as a key term in recent photography theory as way to assert the critical potential of images as tools of civic engagement and political action, insisting that photographs are a forceful language ...