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Picturing Public Health Surveillance: Tracing the Material Dimensions of Information in Ontario’s Public Health System
The aim of this dissertation is to explore public health surveillance from a surveillance studies perspective. The public health system in Ontario, Canada, provides an ideal setting for such exploration, especially because ...
H20 to Go: marketing and materiality in the normalization of bottled water
This thesis aims to explore the rise in the consumption of bottled water and the dominant narratives of normalization that seek to explain it. Commonly understood as the cumulative result of the power of marketing and ...
Between man and machine: a socio-historical analysis of masculinity in North American motorcycling culture
There has been a longstanding fascination with motorcycling culture in popular mainstream North American media, but this culture has only recently become the focus of rigorous, contextualized academic research. While smaller ...