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Resisting positivism: unfolding the epistemological basis of two arts-integrating research methodologies, arts based research and a/r/tography
How may an arts practice be considered a research methodology? This thesis examines two arts integrating methodologies, arts based research and a/r/tography, to uncover their epistemological constructs and philosophical ...
Annie off my mind: heterosexist censorship of adolescent literature in intermediate/senior language arts curricula
This qualitative study analyzes the censorship of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) literature in intermediate and senior schools. This research identifies implicit heteronormativity in language arts ...
Improving Indigenous access to healthcare services through interprofessional collaboration
In northwestern Ontario, interprofessional collaboration is needed to improve access to healthcare services for Indigenous people. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada identified 94 Calls to Action, four of ...
The REACH program: an alternative for students-at-risk in order to remain in their home school environment
This thesis describes an evaluative case study, which researched the benefits of using the REACH program in two Thunder Bay elementary schools, eliminating the need to have studentsat- risk removed from their home school ...
Is the customer always right? An examination of neoliberal ideology and its influence on parent-teacher interactions
This study explores how treating education as a private commodity may affect parent-teacher relationships, including the ways that parents perceive they are treated. The effects of neoliberal ideology on education transform ...