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The development of participatory health research among incarcerated women in a Canadian prison
This paper describes the development of a unique prison participatory research project, in which incarcerated women formed a research team, the research activities and the lessons learned. The…
Homelessness as viewed by incarcerated women: participatory research.
This study highlights the reality of the cycle of homelessness, poverty, crime for survival, street-life leading to drug use and barriers to health, education and employment that incarcerated women face.
Understanding Incarcerated Women's Perspectives on Substance Use: Catalysts, Reasons for Use, Consequences, and Desire for Change
The majority of women serving short-term sentences in provincial prisons in Canada are incarcerated for illegal activities involving alcohol and substance use. Although there is a wealth of research…
Orientalism today: Revisions and remakings
- D. Hanson
- 1 February 2014
This paper examines the transformative role of Orientalism – a form of visual, literary, and ideological hybrid making that has impacted East/West perceptions and relations from the nineteenth…
Melancholy, gender, and genius in the art of Thomas Eakins
- D. Hanson
- ArtHistory of European Ideas
- 11 January 2021
ABSTRACT This essay analyses the visual representation of melancholy and related themes in the work of American artist Thomas Eakins (1844–1916). Its particular focus is Home Scene (1870–1871), an…