201 results match your criteria Canadian review of sociology = Revue canadienne de sociologie[Journal]


Foreword.

Authors:
Tracey L Adams

Can Rev Sociol 2019 Feb;56(1):5-7

The University of Western Ontario.

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February 2019

A Research Note on Canada's LGBT Data Landscape: Where We Are and What the Future Holds.

Can Rev Sociol 2019 02;56(1):93-117

University of Alberta.

There is a growing international literature on the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals. One of the biggest limitations for researchers in this field continues to be the dearth of population-based surveys that include questions on sexual orientation, gender identity, and high-quality demographic, health, social, political, or economic variables. This research note provides an overview of the current LGBT data landscape in Canada. Read More

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February 2019

Symposium Introduction: Challenges for Theorizing in the Profession of Sociology.

Can Rev Sociol 2019 Feb;56(1):118-119

Brandon University.

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February 2019

"Plus Ça Change…": Graduates' Views of Canadian Females' Opportunities after 50 Years of Change.

Authors:
J Paul Grayson

Can Rev Sociol 2019 Feb;56(1):49-77

York University.

New-Left Feminism emerged on Canadian campuses in 1967. While prior to that date some Canadian women had been concerned with their limited circumstances, by and large, university students expressed little visible support for their cause. In this article, I will show that prior to the debut of New-Left Feminism, while they may not have been vocal, the 1967 graduates of Glendon College, York University, located in Toronto, Canada, were well aware of the barriers faced by Canadian women. Read More

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February 2019

On the Quebec Judiciary and Phenomenon of Online Child Luring.

Can Rev Sociol 2019 Feb 10;56(1):78-92. Epub 2019 Feb 10.

Nipissing University.

Online child luring (OCL) or the use of transmission media connected computers to facilitate the sexual abuse of a child is not a new social problem. Seventeen years have passed since parliament introduced section 172.1 (luring a child) to the Criminal Code of Canada in the hope of addressing "a growing phenomenon" [McLellan, 2001. Read More

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February 2019

Unconvincing Habits of the Theoretical Mind.

Authors:
Andreas Hess

Can Rev Sociol 2019 Feb 6;56(1):125-129. Epub 2019 Feb 6.

University College Dublin.

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February 2019

Theory and the Value of the Disciplined Sociologist.

Authors:
S Harris Ali

Can Rev Sociol 2019 Feb 6;56(1):134-137. Epub 2019 Feb 6.

York University.

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February 2019

Theory Is for Everybody.

Authors:
Athena Elafros

Can Rev Sociol 2019 Feb 6;56(1):120-124. Epub 2019 Feb 6.

University of Lethbridge.

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February 2019

On the Coming End of Sociology.

Can Rev Sociol 2019 Feb 6;56(1):138-143. Epub 2019 Feb 6.

University of Virginia.

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February 2019

Theorizing Is a Practice, You Can Teach It.

Authors:
Daniel Silver

Can Rev Sociol 2019 Feb 30;56(1):130-133. Epub 2019 Jan 30.

University of Toronto.

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February 2019

Wanting To Be Remembered: Intrinsically Rewarding Work and Generativity in Early Midlife.

Can Rev Sociol 2019 Feb 27;56(1):30-48. Epub 2019 Jan 27.

University of Alberta.

Previous research on generativity, the desire to leave a legacy through establishing and guiding the next generation, has focused primarily on family life and civic engagement as pathways to midlife generativity. This paper proposes that intrinsically rewarding work can also be associated with a heightened sense of generativity in midlife. We test this hypothesis with data (n = 369 employed individuals, approximately 43 years old) from the 2010 wave of the Edmonton Transitions Study. Read More

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February 2019

A New Privacy Paradox? Youth Agentic Practices of Privacy Management Despite "Nothing to Hide" Online.

Can Rev Sociol 2019 02 15;56(1):8-29. Epub 2019 Jan 15.

Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Focus groups conducted with Canadian teenagers examining their perceptions and experiences with cyber risk, center on various privacy strategies geared for impression management across popular social network sites (SNS). We highlight privacy concerns as a primary reason for a gravitation away from Facebook toward newer, more popular sites such as Instagram and Snapchat, as well as debates about the permeability of privacy on Snapchat in particular. The privacy paradox identifies a disjuncture between what is said about privacy and what is done in practice. Read More

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February 2019

Relational Sociology as a Form of Life: In memoriam François Dépelteau (1963-2018).

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Nov;55(4):635-638

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

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November 2018

Foreword.

Authors:
Tracey L Adams

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Nov;55(4):508-509

The University of Western Ontario.

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November 2018

Professionals' Perspectives on Viewing Child Sexual Abuse Images to Improve Response to Victims.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 11 24;55(4):579-596. Epub 2018 Oct 24.

University of Edinburgh.

The complexity of the phenomenon of child sexual abuse images online (CSAIO) benefits from cross-disciplinary collaboration across law enforcement, child protection, and children's mental health. Through focus groups with professionals working in these fields, this article focuses on when and whether professionals who work with child sexual abuse cases should be exposed to viewing CSAIO and if so under what circumstances doing so would benefit investigations and support services for victims. In a broader sense, this article is about professional experience, decision making, training, and collaboration around a particularly difficult professional experience, namely exposure to viewing CSAIO. Read More

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November 2018
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"Struggling to Remain Relevant": Why and How Radicalization Was Impeded in the Struggle against the Gaza Pullout.

Authors:
Eitan Y Alimi

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Nov 23;55(4):597-623. Epub 2018 Oct 23.

The Hebrew University.

The role of cognitive mechanisms in processes of radicalization cannot be overestimated. However, focusing solely on violence-prone values and ideologies without examining how they gain and lose consequentiality in the context of relational dynamics, hampers our understanding of the shift from support for, to actual engagement in political violence. Using a case of nonradicalization-the predominantly nonviolent struggle of Jewish settlers against the Gaza Pullout (2004 to 2005)-this paper accounts for the process whereby despite the presence of violence-prone values and ideologies we observe little engagement in political violence. Read More

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November 2018

Sureties as Civilian Jailers: Understanding the Role of the Court in the Lives of Accused Released on Surety Bail in Ontario.

Authors:
Rachel Schumann

Can Rev Sociol 2018 11 23;55(4):532-554. Epub 2018 Oct 23.

University of Toronto.

Changes to Ontario's bail system (2017) are intended to keep accused out of custody and in the community as they await trial. For the Ministry of the Attorney General, living in the community while on bail is a vast improvement to remand because there is minimal state involvement in the lives of accused, resulting in fewer personal and administrative disruptions. Yet, most accused in the province require a surety to be released. Read More

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November 2018

Social Movement Horizontality in the Internet Age? A Critique of Castells in Light of the Trump Victory.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Nov 23;55(4):624-634. Epub 2018 Oct 23.

University of Toronto.

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November 2018

The Experiences of and Responses to Linguicism of Quebec English-Speaking and Franco-Ontarian Postsecondary Students.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Nov 23;55(4):510-531. Epub 2018 Oct 23.

Ryerson University.

This article explores the experiences of linguicism of Quebec English-speaking and Franco-Ontarian postsecondary students and how they respond to these experiences. Using Goffman's theory of stigma and a qualitative approach, this article presents findings that emerged from interviews conducted between January and June 2014 in Quebec and Ontario. Both Quebec English-speaking and Franco-Ontarian participants report experiences of linguicism, which are fueled by certain stigma theories. Read More

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November 2018

Gender, Artifacts, and Ritual Encounters: The Case of Tomboy Tools Sales Parties.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Nov 23;55(4):555-578. Epub 2018 Oct 23.

Lakehead University.

Tomboy Tools is a company that markets tools and home-repair techniques to women, using a home party sales model. This provides an interesting case to consider how traditional gendered domains can be transcended, and how they are reshaped to allow this to happen. Drawing on participant observation and interviews with consumers, salespeople, and executives of Tomboy Tools, this paper draws on Collins' (2004) theory of interaction ritual chains to explore the microstructures and ritual dynamics of these home parties. Read More

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November 2018
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Foreword.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Aug;55(3):338-340

Laurentian University.

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Presentation: Professions in the Twenty-First Century.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Aug;55(3):341-342

University of Western Ontario.

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Elements of an Ethic (à la Marcel Mauss) of Convivialist Discussions.

Authors:
Alain Caillé

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Aug 23;55(3):495-502. Epub 2018 Jul 23.

Université de Paris X.

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Professions and the Social Order: Some Lessons from Burkina Faso?

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Aug 19;55(3):385-403. Epub 2018 Jul 19.

Nottingham Trent University.

The study of professions has been dominated by Anglo-American models, with their focus on a small group of legally licensed occupations. The field has recently shifted, mainly through studies of European experience, to a wider examination of the social management of expert workers. Very little has been written about developments in Africa and their implications for the way in which we might think about professions. Read More

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August 2018
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Nevertheless They Persisted: Gendered Frameworks and Socialization Advantages in Indian Professional Service Firms.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Aug 9;55(3):343-361. Epub 2018 Jul 9.

New York University Abu Dhabi.

This article uses the Indian case to offer nuance to narratives about the gendered experience of professional work. I find that while gendered constructs certainly infiltrate all workspaces, there remain occupational and organizational differences in the ways in which women experience their environments. Particularly, while Indian women lawyers overall are more disadvantaged than their international counterparts, the experience of women lawyers in very elite law firms is more favorable than both their local and global peers. Read More

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August 2018
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Worthy? Crowdfunding the Canadian Health Care and Education Sectors.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Aug 9;55(3):404-424. Epub 2018 Jul 9.

University of Toronto.

Crowdfunding, the practice of asking for money from others using the Internet, is a major private means through which Canadians are funding their health care and education. Crowdfunding has proliferated in Canada during the 2010s and continues to grow, approaching the revenues of Canada's major traditional charities. Proponents describe it as an empowering practice from which anyone can benefit. Read More

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The Stratification of Attendance at Cultural Activities in Canada.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Aug 5;55(3):476-494. Epub 2018 Jul 5.

University of British Columbia.

Scholars have debated the relative applicability of homology and omnivorousness, two theories of cultural stratification, for explaining links between socioeconomic position and cultural repertoires. However, the discussion has mostly focused on musical tastes rather than attendance at cultural activities. Using data from the 2010 Canadian General Social Survey on Time Use, I examine how measures of socioeconomic position predict attendance at 12 different kinds of cultural activities. Read More

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Small Is Beautiful? Emerging Organizational Strategies among Italian Professionals.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Aug 5;55(3):362-384. Epub 2018 Jul 5.

Norwegian University of Life Sciences.

The traditional debate about professional groups has mainly focused on conflicts between professions and organizations, reinforcing dualisms and dichotomies. Few scholars have investigated the extent to which professionalism and organizations are intertwined while focusing on the case of professionals integrated into large organizations, and even less attention has been paid to emerging forms of organization among self-employed professionals. Taking as an example organizational trends among architects (liberal professionals) and management consultants (emerging professionals) in Italy, this article investigates how small, flexible, and (often) interprofessional organizations promoted by self-employed professionals are increasingly instrumental in overcoming market pressures and responding to emerging social needs in times of crisis and austerity. Read More

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August 2018
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The Corporate Elite and the Architecture of Climate Change Denial: A Network Analysis of Carbon Capital's Reach into Civil Society.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Aug 5;55(3):425-450. Epub 2018 Jul 5.

University of British Columbia.

This study employs social network analysis to map the Canadian network of carbon-capital corporations whose boards interlock with key knowledge-producing civil society organizations, including think tanks, industry associations, business advocacy organizations, universities, and research institutes. We find a pervasive pattern of carbon-sector reach into these domains of civil society, forming a single, connected network that is centered in Alberta yet linked to the central-Canadian corporate elite through hegemonic capitalist organizations, including major financial companies. This structure provides the architecture for a "soft" denial regime that acknowledges climate change while protecting the continued flow of profit to fossil fuel and related companies. Read More

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My Village Is Dying? Integrating Methods from the Inside Out.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Aug 5;55(3):451-475. Epub 2018 Jul 5.

Wilfrid Laurier University.

The purpose of this paper is to confront the notion of "decline" at the village level by illustrating a more immersive approach to sociological and demographic research within rural and remote communities. The research uses case studies of three villages in Australia, Canada, and Sweden, all of which have been labeled as "declining villages," typified by population loss, an aging population, high rates of youth outmigration, and loss of businesses and services. This paper argues that focusing solely on quantitative indicators of demographic change provides a narrow view of rural village trajectories and ignores subtle processes of local adaptation that are hidden from quantitative data sets. Read More

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August 2018
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Foreword.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May;55(2):161-162

Laurentian University.

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Introduction: Canadian Visual Methodologies and Visual Sociology.

Authors:
Andrea Doucet

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May;55(2):163-165

Brock University.

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Family Photography and Persecuted Communities: Methodological Challenges.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 17;55(2):166-189. Epub 2018 Apr 17.

Simon Fraser University.

This paper examines methodological challenges involved in conducting research on family photographs from persecuted communities, using Japanese Canadian photos as a case study. Approaching family photography as a social practice that instills dominant familial ideologies, the paper examines their "performative scripts" that arrange family members according to normative identities and roles. The paper argues that researchers are not immune to scripts that shape how and what we have been socialized to see (and not see) in family photos. Read More

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Envisioning Democracy: Participatory Filmmaking with Homeless Youth.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 16;55(2):190-210. Epub 2018 Apr 16.

Carleton University.

This paper explores the democratic potential for participatory filmmaking with homeless youth, as well as the constraints and dilemmas associated with this visual method. Theorizing democracy through the work of Hannah Arendt and Pierre Bourdieu, the paper approaches democracy not as an end, but rather as a process that seeks to lessen social injustice. Bourdieu's work helps us appreciate, however, that this process is constrained by structures of inequality that shape access to the political dispositions that enable such engagement. Read More

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Story-Making as Methodology: Disrupting Dominant Stories through Multimedia Storytelling.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 16;55(2):211-231. Epub 2018 Apr 16.

University of Guelph.

In this essay, we discuss multimedia story-making methodologies developed through Re•Vision: The Centre for Art and Social Justice that investigates the power of the arts, especially story, to positively influence decision makers in diverse sectors. Our story-making methodology brings together majority and minoritized creators to represent previously unattended experiences (e.g. Read More

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"Committing Sociology" as a Value Commitment.

Authors:
Robert Nonomura

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 11;55(2):311-313. Epub 2018 Apr 11.

The University of Western Ontario.

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Mnemonic Institutions and Residential Clustering: Jewish Residential Patterns in Toronto.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 11;55(2):257-277. Epub 2018 Apr 11.

The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

In this paper, we envisage how the sociohistorical experiences of groups are related to their residential patterns. We posit that the residential clustering of a group can be strongly related to the group's mnemonic institutions, which are organizational symbols of collective identity that link the present to the past. We present the case of Jewish residential clustering patterns in Toronto to demonstrate our arguments. Read More

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In Praise of Value-Interrogating Sociology.

Authors:
Emma Whelan

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 10;55(2):322-324. Epub 2018 Apr 10.

Dalhousie University.

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Of Babies and Bath Water.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 10;55(2):319-321. Epub 2018 Apr 10.

McGill University.

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Trust and Society: Suggestions for Further Development of Niklas Luhmann's Theory of Trust.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 10;55(2):232-256. Epub 2018 Apr 10.

University of Leicester.

This paper addresses an apparent gap in the work of Niklas Luhmann. While the issue of trust continues to receive widespread attention in the social sciences, Luhmann's interest in this topic declined following the development of his systems theory. It is argued that this decline does not reflect any diminished relevance of trust for systems theory, but rather that the architectural remodeling of theory cannot easily be applied to the issue of trust. Read More

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It's All Been Done Before: Rethinking Objectivity and Values in Public Sociology Debates.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 10;55(2):314-315. Epub 2018 Apr 10.

Brandon University.

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"… Casting Our Lot with Some Ways of Life and Not Others": Epistemic Reflexivity, Diffraction, Epistemic Responsibilities.

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Andrea Doucet

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 10;55(2):302-304. Epub 2018 Apr 10.

Brock University.

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Genealogy as a Counter-Human Science.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 10;55(2):307-308. Epub 2018 Apr 10.

Brandon University.

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Dirty Work, Dirty Resistance: Digital Warfare in the Era of Precarious Labor.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 10;55(2):278-297. Epub 2018 Apr 10.

Carleton University.

This qualitative content analysis of 723 anonymous reviews of 60 Canadian food service employers, posted on RateMyEmployer.ca, explores how digital spaces publically circulate precarious workers' resistances and management of occupational stigma. We introduce to literature on "dirty work" the concept of socioeconomic hygiene, which identifies a particular kind of social and moral order within which the positions of the subordinated are naturalized between the socially and morally "clean" and "unclean. Read More

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Are Value-Neutrality and Value-Engagement Properties of Social Actors or Social Moments?

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 10;55(2):305-306. Epub 2018 Apr 10.

Dalhousie University.

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Valuing Scholarship.

Authors:
Randle Hart

Can Rev Sociol 2018 May 6;55(2):309-310. Epub 2018 Apr 6.

Saint Mary's University.

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May 2018
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The Institution of Sociological Theory in Canada.

Can Rev Sociol 2018 Feb;55(1):9-39

University of Toronto.

Using theory syllabi and departmental data collected for three academic years, this paper investigates the institutional practice of theory in sociology departments across Canada. In particular, it examines the position of theory within the sociological curriculum, and how this varies among universities. Taken together, our analyses indicate that theory remains deeply institutionalized at the core of sociological education and Canadian sociologists' self-understanding; that theorists as a whole show some coherence in how they define themselves, but differ in various ways, especially along lines of region, intellectual background, and gender; that despite these differences, the classical versus contemporary heuristic largely cuts across these divides, as does the strongly ingrained position of a small group of European authors as classics of the discipline as a whole. Read More

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February 2018

Corrigendum.

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Can Rev Sociol 2018 02;55(1):154

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February 2018