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"You should have known better:" The Social Implications of Victim-Focused Sexual Assault Prevention Tips
Common sexual assault prevention strategies emphasize potential victims’ responsibility to protect themselves. Using a feminist theoretical approach, the present research assesses the unintended, negative consequences that ...
Combatting Anti-Indigenous Prejudice Through Imagined Contact: A Mixed-Methods Investigation
Anti-Indigenous prejudice is a pervasive, enduring phenomenon in Canada, drawing on a heavily-entrenched legacy of colonialism. To date, no social psychological studies have examined techniques that could reduce this ...
In Transition: Analyzing Shifting and Competing Anglophone Discourses Impacting Canadian Trans People
Medical, community, and academic discourses offer competing interpretations of sex, gender, and the complexities of trans experiences, with variable attention to trans contributions to social and political thought and ...