Sociology Presentations

 

The research and studies highlighted in Sociology Presentations examine human society in various locations, professions and stages of life. Topics include immigration and resettlement, education, socio economic status as a health variable, and aboriginal health and culture.

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Submissions from 2012

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Work Carried out by Demographers in the International Sphere, John Kelly

Events from 2011

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Immigration and the Population of Canada: The 2000-2010 Decade in Historical Context, Roderic Beaujot and Muhammed Raza

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Resettlement and The Crisis of Identity, Secil Erdogan

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Let Passion Be Your Guide, Ted Hewitt

Submissions from 2010

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Long-term Socioeconomic Status and the Experience of Preventable Disease: A Comparative Analysis of Fundamental Cause Theory, Andrea Willson

Submissions from 2009

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Leaving University without Graduating: Evidence from Canada’s Youth in Transition Survey, Wolfgang Lehmann and Eric Tenkorang

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Statistics Canada Aboriginal Peoples Survey, Nicholas Spence

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Poster Introductions III--Predicting Vulnerability: Pandemic H1N1/09 and Canada’s First Nations, Nicholas Spence and Jerry White

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Socioeconomic History and Preventable Disease: A Comparative Analysis of Fundamental Cause Theory, Andrea Wilson and Amir Erfani

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Breastfeeding Practices of Immigrant Mothers in Canada: The Role of Immigration Status, Length of Residence, and Ethnic Minority, Gebremariam Woldemicael