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The political integration of newcomers of Latin American origin to Canada: an examination of the role and relevance of prior knowledge
(Faculty of Education, Queen's University, 2003)
The purpose of this research was to map the understanding of the concept of political participation held by newcomers to Canada from countries from Spanish-speaking Latin America. The relevance of the work lies in the view ...
Moral panic over merit-based immigration policy : talent for citizenship and the American dream
This thesis examines a moment in recent U.S. immigration history where an opportunity was created to move towards merit-based immigration, but that proposal was rejected. In addition to the highly publicized proposal for ...
La place de l'éducation à la citoyenneté et des droits de la personne dans l'enseignement au Canada et en Ontario
(Faculty of Education, Queen's University, 2004)
The article explores Canadian and Ontarian perspectives on citizenship education and shows how citizenship education contributes to student awareness of the various dimensions of citizenship and the rights of individuals. ...
Wounded Subjects: White Settler Nationals in Toronto G20 Resistance Narratives
This project engages theories of settler colonialism, biopower, and the state of exception to analyze the operations of rights-based narratives of citizenship in relation to political dissent in Canada. I argue that a ...
Unsettling Hegemonic Whiteness in Cultural Production: Praxis-based Approaches in Concert Dance
This dissertation examines the racialized power dynamics in cultural production in Canada by offering a re-reading of critical multicultural discourse through black and Indigenous studies. Although dominant modes of artistic ...
American History: pre-contact to the present
This course explores key aspects of the social, economic, and political development of the United States from pre-contact to the present. Students will examine the contributions of groups and individuals to the country’s ...
Canadians (1929-1945): Hard Times, Hardships, and Hard Choices: Bringing Historical Thinking Skills into Ontario Classrooms
This resource pack relies heavily on primary source materials to describe economic, social, and political events in Canada from 1929 - 1945. Student will assess the impact of these event on different Canadian groups in the period.