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Independent Voices: Third Sector Media Development and Local Governance in Saskatchewan
This dissertation examines nonprofit, co-operative, and volunteer media enterprises operating outside Saskatchewan’s state and commercial media sectors. Drawing on historical research and contemporary case studies, I take ...
Health care and reference to Vietnam: experiences of immigrants and refugees in Saskatoon
This thesis focuses on the experiences of Vietnamese immigrants and refugees in accessing health care services in Saskatoon. Within Canada, terms such as immigrant and refugee are assigned to reflect the differing circumstances ...
Identifying clinical and social factors influencing changes in CD4+ count in HIV infected adults in Saskatoon, Canada
Context and Rationale: The incidence of HIV in Saskatchewan is the highest in Canada and the epidemiology in this province is unique. Clinically, rapid decline in CD4+ cell count and rapid progression to AIDS has been ...
Examining adolescent cyberbullying in Saskatchewan
In a society where adolescent technology use is a dominant presence, the potential for adolescent cyberbullying has increased. It has become a phenomenon that warrants research attention. In North America, adolescent ...
Saskatchewan’s perspective on the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol : sources of conflict in Canadian federalism
The 2002 ratification of the Kyoto Protocol by the government of Canada represents an interesting case study in Canadian federalism. This thesis seeks to explore the perspective of the government of Saskatchewan during the ...
The Limits and Opportunities of Using GIS as a Boundary Object to Represent Beardy’s and Okemasis First Nation (BOFN) Indigenous Knowledge in the Nisbet Provincial Forest Implementation Processes
In Canada, forest and natural resource management is guided by a paradigm that is predominately based on the understandings and values of Westernized society. As a result, the application and meaningful inclusion of other ...