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Grounded or ‘Shaky’: How Mobilizations of Expert Knowledge Affect Legal Outcomes in Shaken Baby Syndrome Cases
This project examines how expert witnesses affect legal outcomes in shaken baby syndrome (SBS) cases. The connection between shaking and intra-cranial injury in infants is heavily debated within the medical community. This ...
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 ...
“Oh, he’s gay!” The Perception of Gay Men of their Portrayal in Television and Film
Currently, there is little research on the perception of gay men of their portrayals on television and in film. Thus far, literature on such portrayals on the small and silver screens has taken a general survey of men ...