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Unchained Minds: Self-Accounts of Madness
(Brock University, 2012-12-10)
This thesis explores the connection between the historical and social construction of madness in relation to how society currently views madness and schizophrenia. The anti-psychiatry movement has been outlined using the ...
South Asian Women's Identities: A Media and Personal Narrative Analysis
(Brock University, 2012-11-27)
This study examines issues of racism and sexism through the lens of Critical Race Theory and the interaction of personal and composite narratives. Specifically, the study explores how mainstream media’s hegemonic ...
Entering Youthwork Through Love's Many Pathways: A Poetic Rendition
(Brock University, 2012-11-07)
Entering Youth work Through Love's Many Pathways is a text that wanders and digresses to places where, through poetic inquiry and a Spinozist and Sufi framework, the concepts of immanence, love and becoming can be ...
Turning points : meaning-making and its association with psychological well-being, academic achievement and parental relationship quality among adolescents
There is substantial research linking meaning-making ability and psychological well-being in the context of turning point events. Still, an important research question remains: whether individuals who report meaning-making ...
Locating home : the diverse experiences of recent newcomer youth and first generation youth within Ontario's education system
This study has found that youth who or whose parents had left their home country for fear-based reasons were less involved within their school and wider community than youth who left or whose parents left for reasons ...