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Internal Exiles: Displaced Colombian Mothers’ Narratives of Crianza
In Colombia, the politics and violence of a mostly rural and remote internal armed conflict have spanned decades, displacing millions of women into internal exile in the large cities. There, they must fend for survival and ...
How to be a student: Students who identify as Aboriginal and their experiences mediating identities at university
The university habitus is not comprised of neutral structures but carries with it a history of privileging certain ways of doing, learning and being. Students who identify as Aboriginal draw from a number of identities at ...
Making meaning of media messages: How women interact with the messages in direct-to-consumer antidepressant advertisements
Television is a medium through which dominant cultural ideologies about health and illness circulate. Direct-to-consumer (DTC) drug advertisements, such as those for antidepressants, communicate a distinct image of illness ...