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ENGL2002.03 British History Since 1800
Getting Past the Gatekeepers: The Reception of Restorative Justice in the Nova Scotian Criminal Justice System
(Dalhousie University Faculty of Law, 2013)
Risk and Responsibility: Insider and Outsider Media Representations of the 2014 Ebola Outbreak
In the wake of global infectious disease outbreaks such as SARS, scholars have acknowledged the growing role of media during public health emergencies. Lacking, however, is a discussion on how media perspectives vary ...
The Elsipogtog Quest for Excellence: The Institutionalization of an Innovative, Community-based Program for the Prevention, Diagnosis and Intervention of Preventable Pre-natal Birth Disabilities
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2010-11)
This research entailed three objectives, namely (1) place the AHTF project in context by describing the development of the sponsoring Eastern Door program and its Elsipogtog context; (2) assess the institutionalization of ...
Vercors. 21 recettes pratiques de mort violente. Rome : Portaparole, 2010. ISBN : 978-88-89-42178-9 Vercors. Le mariage de Monsieur Lakonik. Rome : Portaparole BD, 2011. ISBN : 978- 88-89-42185-7 Vercors. Frisemouche fait de l’auto. Rome : Portaparole, 2011. ISBN : 978-88-89-42184-0
(Dalhousie University. Electronic Text Centre., 2011-12)
iMOVe: Seeking the Way and NSYF Youth: Final Assessment 2013
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2013)
The evaluation of the iMOVe project carried out in collaboration with the NSYF over three cycles beginning in 2011 has indicated that, overall, the project’s implementation and processes have been faithful to its underlying ...
Immigrants and the Nova Scotia Justice System: Identifying Issues and Assessing the Feasibility of Further Research
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2010-12)
This modest pilot project has focused on exploring the possibility of a major project examining how immigrants in Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) view the significant problem of violence, crime and public safety in HRM ...
Nova Scotian Roots: Teaching Cultural Imperialism through Music Education
The colonial history of Nova Scotia is a complex web of power, violence, and displacement that is often not acknowledged at an institutional level. The impact of this history has left a permanent imprint on the social and ...