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Philosophe: Enquête sur un mot piégé au siècle des Lumières
No abstract available.
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 ...
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 ...
Crown Cautions and Pre-charge Screening in Nova Scotia: An Evaluation of Pilot Projects in Youth Justice
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2002-08-08)
Aboriginal Policing in Canada: An Overview of Developments In First Nations
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2006-09)
The Assessment of the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of PEI's Aboriginal Justice Program: Final Report
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2011-06)
This assessment examines how the AJP has evolved over the past three years and explores future trajectories for its development.
Case Studies of Effectiveness in First Nations Policing: Development of a Research Framework: Final Report prepared for the Aboriginal Policing Directorate
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2000-07)
Examining the Delivery of Extra Judicial Sanctions Programs in a Complex Urban Community
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2006-07)
Developing an Effective Victims' Assistance Program in an Aboriginal Milieu Featuring High Levels of Person-Violence
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2011)
Directions in Mi'kmaq Justice: Notes on Assessments of the Mi'kmaq Legal Support Network
(Atlantic Institute of Criminology, 2006-10)