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Surplus

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Sovereignty

Indigenous workers in Six Nations of the Grand River are working towards food sovereignty Created by Kiralyn, Lili, Max, and Toni

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Global Palliative Care — Addressing the Needs of Children in Settings with Limited Resources | Dr. Megan Doherty | March 28th, 2024

Dr. Megan Doherty is a specialist in children's palliative care at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa, Canada and Roger Neilson House (a pediatric…

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Diplomat

LBRST 2J03 Documentary: Leona Baltazar, Emily Bell, Ava Faustini, Michael Richards

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March 2024 Field Webinar: Promoting Mental Wellbeing among Students: Crafting a Culture for Students to Thrive

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The "Augmented" Social Scientist: Using Sequential Transfer Learning to Annotate Millions of Texts with Human-Level Accuracy with Salomé Do

The talk will present an automated content analysis method based on supervised machine learning (SML) and recent advances in transfer learning. The method will be presented through a case study on…

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Module 7 - Questions

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Module 4 - Questions

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Participant Observation, Observant Participation and Hybrid Ethnography with Josh Siem

How much should ethnographers involve themselves with the people, places, and processes they study? One answer has become increasingly popular: invert participant observation into observant…

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How can practitioners assess the value of social work interventions? with Knut Sundell

1 – Most social work interventions are not well-supported by research. This situation is not likely to change. Although guided by good intentions this may result in poor or even harmful…

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"You're Nothing" - Researching the Labour Market Experiences of Undocumented Caribbean Careworkers with Carieta Thomas

With anti-immigrant sentiment on the rise, surveillance of immigrants has become common including in labour markets. Such surveillance is so normalized that it is not recognized as such,…

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Mentorship in Medicine & Covid-19 Immunization Mandatory for all Healthcare Workers in Ontario July 8 2021

Faculty Development Speaker: Dr. Connie Williams | Mentorship in Medicine: Myths Deconstructed & Relationships Reconstructed. Dr. Connie Williams completed a Perinatal-Neonatal Medicine…

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“Nothing About Us Without Us”: Ukrainian Sex Worker Politics with Dafna Rachok

Sex work provides a perfect example to ponder the distinctions between formal and informal politics and explore the relationships of money, intimacy, and authenticity. Building on the ethnographic…

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Central question: How to create more jobs taking advantage of Hamilton’s industrial foundation and natural scenery? Hamilton is a city with vast potential, and we intend to attack the problem…

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Group presentation - Part 1 (marcus)

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Social Work and the Pandemic September 9th 2020, 2:44:10 pm

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Ethics module

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Being Kept Out of Sexual Fields: The Intimate Lives of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities in Ontario, Canada with Alan Santinele Martino

In this Productivity During Pandemic talk we are joined by McMaster Sociology PhD Candidate Alan Martino. Alan talks to us today about intimate citizenship and the barriers to sexual spaces…

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