I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed the other day, like any other student to pass the time, and came across a video from VICE News Canada that a friend shared on his timeline. 1,453 more words
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Content warning: The written post below delves heavily into the content of sexual violence, murder and violence against Indigenous women.
According to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), the women depicted in the image above represent 13 Indigenous women that have been missing and murdered since 2010 in my home province of Alberta. 1,466 more words
Notes for The Practice of Public Sociology
It can seem obvious that there’s some relationship between social media and public sociology. After all, these are platforms which offer free, instantaneous and immediate access to audiences ranging from the tens of millions to the billions. 1,202 more words
We’ve recently had some cancellations for the forthcoming event, The Practice of Public Sociology: Sociological Review Early Career Event.
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“From the 1960s to the 1980s, thousands of First Nations and Métis children were forced illegally from our homes and adopted or fostered, usually by non-Aboriginal people. 1,337 more words
As philosophers Judith Butler and Julia Kristeva each thoroughly examine the theoretical concept of abjection, they speak to the classifications to identify those with such an attribute. 1,226 more words