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Moments; 100 photographs
Spending Right? Precariat Students’ Experience of Student Loans
Drawing on the concepts of “habitus” (Bourdieu & Passeron, 1990), “stigma management,” (Goffman, 1963) and “moral boundaries” (Sayer, 2005) which feature strongly in the existing literature on working-class students, this ...
Who Cares About Feminism? Young Adults’ Attitudes Towards Feminist Theory
Feminism appears to be in limbo. With aims of the first, second and third waves of the feminist movement having been achieved, young adults are unsure what feminism stands for or refrain from identifying with the label ...
RU OK? Determining the Effects of Parenting through Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in First Year University
In recent academic discourse and pop culture, the “helicopter parent” has created some controversy. The majority of the discourse regarding this type of childrearing argues that these parenting techniques may interfere ...
Contemporary Settler Colonialism: Media framing of Indigenous collective action in Elsipogtog, Mi’kma’ki
Contemporary settler colonialism depends on resource development, and is supported by the socially reproductive structure, media. I analyze a particular event that took place in Elsipogtog in the summer of 2013, where ...
“We’re More Than Just The Guys With The Keys”: The Professional Identity of Campus Security at an Atlantic Canadian University
Currently there is little research on in-house campus security. Thus far literature has only looked at campus police and non-campus security organizations. This ethnography explores the professional identity and role of ...