The report (available here) shows how people with a disability are far more likely to face violent crimes than others. These statistics confirm the need for challenging what we consider [...]
An article in The Star (available here) quotes a number of Canadian sociologists who discuss recent findings that show the positive impact immigrants have on education levels.
In an interesting article from the CBC (White Coat, Black Art available here) recent research is reviewed about the link between young peoples’ use of smartphone and rising rates of anxiety [...]
Research from Abacus Data (available here) suggests that over half of all Canadian women (53%) have experienced unwanted sexual pressure. The reports authour writes, “People will likely debate [...]
Shannon Daub & Zoë Yunker (graduate student in Sociology at UVic) just released a report based on their work with the Corporate Mapping Project. The article outlines how the previous BC [...]
This article, from the Atlantic, is a great summary of the iGen generation (those born after 1995). “The arrival of the smartphone has radically changed every aspect of teenagers’ lives, [...]
In an excellent report, Geoff Turner details the links between drugs and race. The piece, available here makes a compelling case on how the war on drugs is really a war on visible minorities. An [...]
I want to thank one of my departmental colleagues, Mike Lang, for passing along this link as he thought it might help our students. The site also has an audio file so you can listen and not have [...]