Living Indigenous Leadership
Native Narratives on Building Strong Communities
Native women share their knowledge and insights about leadership at the community level.
Aboriginal Peoples and Sport in Canada
Historical Foundations and Contemporary Issues
Aboriginal Peoples and Sport in Canada is the first work to focus sustained and serious attention on the wider implications of Aboriginal peoples’ involvement in sport.
Father Involvement in Canada
Diversity, Renewal, and Transformation
Exploring the diverse roles fathers play in their children’s lives, Father Involvement in Canada provides a timely synopsis of current knowledge while challenging many long-held assumptions about fatherhood.
Alcohol, Opium, and Culture in China's Northeast
Examines how alcohol, opium, and addiction were portrayed in the culture of China’s Northeast during the first half of the twentieth century.
Health and Sustainability in the Canadian Food System
Advocacy and Opportunity for Civil Society
Lays out new strategies for advocacy groups to achieve a sustainable, healthy food system.
Influenza, Society, and Culture in Canada, 1918-20
A multidisciplinary exploration of Canada’s experience of illness and death during the 1918-20 influenza pandemic.
Try to Control Yourself
The Regulation of Public Drinking in Post-Prohibition Ontario, 1927-44
A fascinating history that challenges common assumptions of how the Ontario government attempted to regulate licensed public drinking after the repeal of prohibition.
A Healthy Society
How a Focus on Health can Revive Canadian Democracy
A doctor’s eye view of the determinants of health and frontline stories of patient experiences.
Health in Rural Canada
This topical, comprehensive volume surveys the current state of rural health and health care across Canada to enhance our knowledge of health differences and similarities across Canadian geographies.
Reflections on Relational Theory and Health Law
This groundbreaking collection explores relational theory and how it can be brought to bear on practical areas of concern in health law and policy.
Feminist Community Research
Case Studies and Methodologies
Researchers from multiple disciplines discuss the potential and the challenges of feminist community research.
Feminist Ethics and Social Policy
Towards a New Global Political Economy of Care
This volume addresses the theoretical and practical relationships among the feminization of migrant labour, the ethics of care, and social policy in the new global economy.
Health Inequities in Canada
Intersectional Frameworks and Practices
Highlights the potential of intersectionality as a research paradigm for the health sciences.
Women's Healing Work and Colonial Contact in Southern Alberta, 1880-1930
Taking Medicine challenges traditional understandings of colonial medicine by bringing to light the healing work of Aboriginal and settler women in southern Alberta.
Vulnerable Children and Youth in Twentieth-Century Canada and the United States
Distinguished historians and social scientists consider the under-representation, demonization, and inadequate care of vulnerable children in twentieth-century Canada and the United States.
The Mental Health of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada
Place and Practice in Canadian Nursing History
Governing Drugs and Users
By looking curiously on the criminal addict as an artefact of criminal justice, this book asks us to question why the criminalized drug user has become such a focus of contemporary criminal justice practices.
A Life with Alzheimer's
No Place to Go
Local Histories of the Battered Women’s Shelter Movement
The first history of the battered women’s shelter movement in Canada, this book traces the development of transition houses and services for abused women and the campaign that made wife battering a political issue.
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