Have a look at their site, there is lots of information about the association but also under the Resources tab check out the Showcase tab to explore some really cool examples of visual sociology. [...]
New Canadian research confirms the commonly held belief that university can be a lonely place for many students. As I mention in class many times, we are often most lonely in crowded places (like [...]
Dr. Hancock, a colleague here at UVic, just wrote a very compelling opinion-piece on the plight of First Nations Peoples in Canada and the roots of their health problems. You can read his article here.
This article from the Ottawa Citizen covers how rising food prices are making it even harder for some families to feed their children. For example, the articles states that 850,000 Canadians rely [...]
In class I often introduce students to the American phenomenon of Purity Balls. If you are interested, have a look at clip 1, clip 2. While I had known about the practice for some time, I was not [...]