“Photovoice is a participatory action research method that employs photography and group dialogue as a means for marginalized individuals to deepen their understanding of a community issue [...]
Pearson asked me to offer some thoughts about teaching and the pandemic. May as well share. The short article is here and the video here.
A partnership between the University of British Columbia and Foundations for Social Change launched the world’s first direct cash transfer program to empower people to move beyond homelessness in [...]
If you are interested in how sociologists are exploring COVID-19, have a look at this FREE edX course being offered from my colleague, Dr. Katherine Lyon (UBC), available here.
For me, one of the most revealing pieces about where sociology came from, where it is today, and where it should be going. Pdf of the article is here.
An excellent video highlighting 4 leading transgender activists in Canada, hosted by my departmental colleague, Dr. Aaron Devor. Video is available here.
Almost half of Canadian university students witness or experience discrimination on sexual orientation and gender identity
A report from Statistics Canada entitled, “Students’ experiences of discrimination based on gender, gender identity or sexual orientation at postsecondary schools in the Canadian provinces, [...]
Great set of (short) videos outlining what implicit bias is and what you can do about it. Available here. The Implicit Bias Test that is referred to in Lesson 5 is here. A TED talk called, How to [...]