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Knowledge Mobilization, Collaboration, and Social Innovation: Leveraging Investments in Higher Education
(Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research, 2013-06)
This article is a qualitative literature synthesis in the areas of community-campus collaborations, knowledge mobilization and social innovation. The article aims to be useful to people who work in academic settings, ...
A Research Agenda for "Temporary" Migrants in Canada
The existing research on refugees, TFWs, and international students looks at their experiences and challenges separately. There needs to be an increase in comparative and longitudinal quantitative data and research that ...
African American Women Have a Disadvantage When It Comes to Cancer Care
Race has an impact on breast cancer treatment and survival. Non-Hispanic white women are more likely to survive breast cancer than African American women. Younger women are especially vulnerable. They tend to lack adequate ...
Creating Local and Global Change: The Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights Project
Community-university research partnerships can enhance both the local and global capacities. All partners who participate have an active role in creating and applying new knowledge that is meaningful and creates real change.
Should Preventive Detention Be Legal for Repeat Violent Offenders?
PVDO is a proposed method to legally and morally detain dangerous offenders by creating a new offence. People would be tried and convicted of this offence using the usual standards of criminal proof and trial procedures. ...
The Transition from "Mother-Carer" to "Mother-Worker"
Ontario’s welfare-to-work policy was not shaped by neoliberal reform alone. It was influenced by ideas on “good” mothering, and imposed these values into policy.
Telling Secrets: The Impact of Audience on Knowledge Mobilization
A general understanding of audience as consisting of diverse groups including community, industry, and academy is needed to engage with this work. The researchers will provide an overview of their research projects and ...
Youth Homelessness in Canada
In order to reduce youth homelessness, a variety of services and stakeholders must work together to build stable, specific and uninterrupted supports for street-involved youth.
Attachment and Treatment Response for PTSD Patients
Attachment is an important factor to address with trauma patients. Using an inpatient, group therapy setting can enhance the impact of treatment, increase secure attachments with others, and reduce trauma symptoms.
Mobilizing for Change: Capacity Building for Youth
KM strategies need to anticipate and respond to changes during the research process. Research and KM processes should also be designed to maximize opportunity and capacity among all participants.