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“More traumatic and humiliating than assault itself”: Exploring students’ perceptions of Dalhousie University’s management of sexual assault issues
Sexual assault on university campuses remains a pervasive issue, with Dalhousie University being no exception. It has been argued that universities regularly fail their victims of sexual assault as they do not adequately ...
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Dying Professions: Exploring Emotion Management Among Doctors and Funeral Directors
There are few more emotive experiences in life than death. Drawing on Arlie Hochschild’s concept of emotional labour, this study compares the emotional responsibilities of two groups of death professionals: doctors and ...
Tapping into Mental Health: Exploring Indigenous Water and Mental Health Issues through Canadian Media
It seems both unjust and ironic that the first peoples on the land now known as Canada are some of the last to obtain access to their fundamental human rights. This research explores the occurrence of relationship, region, ...