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BURLONE, Nathalie »


Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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My current work focuses on medical aid in dying, end-of-life policies, family policies, and emotions and public policies. In am interested in the processes that condition social policy development, including the construction of public problems, social representations and public policy instruments. Canadian public policy - provincial level mostly - Quebec / Ontario

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CORAK, Miles »


Professor of Public and International Affairs
Full professor
Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

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My current research focuses on issues associated with poverty, child poverty, immigration, and the well-being of children and their capacity to become successful adults. These issues touch upon most aspects of social policy, labour markets, and family policy in Canada and other OECD countries.

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DORAN, Marie-Christine »


Marie-Christine Doran

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Faculty of Social Sciences
Political Studies

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I work on the evolution of democracy and governance in Latin America. Themes such as : political changes (turn to the left), violence, justice and human rights, poverty, socio-political and religious movements, political legitimacy, as well as Latin America's relation with other parts of the world are my main areas.

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KELLY, Christine »


Postdoctoral fellow
Faculty of Social Sciences
Women's Studies Institute

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My work explores the politics of care and Canadian disability movements. I have research experience with direct-funded home care models, personal support worker education, disability and health-related nonprofit organizations and disability activism in Canada. 

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KEMPA, Michael »


Michael Kempa

Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Criminology

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I am interested in all aspects of human security. In particular, I focus upon the role of public and private policing agencies in shaping collective order. I am interested in the powers, culture and accountability of public and private policing agencies. Looking at trends in policing tells us a lot about current directions in politics and economics at home and abroad.

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LACZKO, Leslie »


Full professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Sociology

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1255)
Home: 613-741-5101
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MCCURDY, Patrick »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Arts
Communication

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2728)
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Media strategies of civil society actors (including Twitter and Facebook); Representation of protests and civil society in the media; Media events (e.g. the Olympics, Eurovision, Super Bowl etc.) and the "media eventisation" of society; Consequences of living in a media-saturated society; Media and international Development; Representation of suffering; Journalism; WikiLeaks; Trial of Bradley Manning; Protest Camps; Occupy movement.

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MEUNIER, Martin »


Sociologue
Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Sociology

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2045)
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Sociologie des religions, en particulier l'analyse du catholicisme au 20e siècle et des liens entre religions et les phénomènes modernes (laïcité, nouveaux groupes religieux, etc).Le cas québécois; son histoire et son devenir. Intellectuels québécois au 20e siècle.

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MULVEY, Michael S. »


Michael S. MULVEY

Assistant professor
Telfer School of Management

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Marketing research, especially consumer behavior, consumer advertising and consumer product marketing. How consumers perceive, comprehend and respond to advertising and brand images.

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RODGERS, Kathleen »


Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
Sociology

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Recent author of Protest, Activism and Social Movements, Kathleen Rodgers studies contemporary activism. She is particularly interested in the influence of social movements in Canada and has studied the women's movement, as well as online forms of activism. She is currently studying the forms of activism preferred by youth.

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