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Guilty Until Proven Eligible: Welfare Surveillance of Single Mothers in Ontario
Since the commencement of welfare state restructuring in the mid 1990’s under the Harris government in Ontario, significant cuts to social assistance, or what symbolically became ‘Ontario Works’, have fundamentally altered ...
USING ONLINE RESEARCH TO EXAMINE THE IMPACT OF GENDER ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE U.S. MILITARY POLICY AND EDUCATION PROGRAM RELATED TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN SOUTH KOREA
In 2002, members of the U.S. Congress requested the Department of Defense (DoD) investigate the issue of 'human trafficking' after Fox News and an ensuing Time Asia article suggested to the American public that their ...
Gender and construction of the life course of Japanese immigrant women in Canada
This thesis explores social construction of the life course of post-war Japanese immigrant (shin ijuusha) women in Canada, based on interviews with 48 Japanese women in Toronto, Kingston and Ottawa. First, why women leave ...