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Indo-Caribbean immigrants perceptions of dating abuse
Diverse cultures as well as social and political conditions work in various ways to alter the experiences of dating abuse among divergent populations. Utilizing an Intersectionality paradigm, I have attempted to understand ...
The "unique" experiences of domestic violence of immigrant Sikh women through films.
The larger context in which minority groups such as the Sikh community make sense of domestic violence, and assign meaning to abuse, has seldom been explored in intimate partner violence research. Current literature, ...
A lot of these things nobody talks about: South Asian Muslims' perceptions of dating behaviours and abuse
The unique meanings people of varying cultures and religions assign to dating behaviours/abuse along with the context in which these meanings are created are largely neglected in dating abuse research. Applying intersectionality, ...
Perceptions of criminalization towards sex education among a generational sample of Canadian Pakistani Muslims
Of late, the Liberal government and the Ontario Ministry of Education implemented revisions to the provincial sex education curriculum, such as gender expression and same-sex relationship dialogue. These revisions led to ...
Young adults’ understandings of their transition out of the child welfare system
This dissertation examines care leavers’ first-hand experiences of negative outcomes through a theoretical lens. Regardless of multiple, intersecting identities and structural changes, youth in the Ontario child welfare ...