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A Sample of Student Publications, 2004-2012

Note: York Sociology graduate students' names are in bold.

  • Ali, Muna and Zahra Murad. 2009. Unravelling narratives of piracy: Discourses of Somali pirates, darkmatter 5:91-102.
  • Arellano Gault, David, Manuel Alamilla Ceballos and Alejandro Campos García. 2006. ¿Reforma organizacional de gobierno por diseño genérico? El nuevo institucionalismo económico en acción: el caso del modelo integral de desempeño de los organismos internos de control en México, Reforma y Democracia 36(October), accessed April, 2010 at www.clad.org/portal/publicaciones-del-clad/revista-clad-reforma-democracia/articulos/036-octubre-2006/0054400.
  • Athersych, Cheryl. 2008. Review of No Place to Go: Local Histories of the Battered Women's Shelter Movement, by Nancy Janovicek, Labour/Le Travail 62:242-244.
  • Austin, Stephanie, Sari Tudiver, Miga Chultem, and Mireille Kantiebo. 2007. Gender-based analysis, women's health surveillance and women's health indicators - Working together to promote equity in health care in Canada, International Journal of Public Health 52:S41-S48.
  • Ayyash, Mark (2010). “Edward Said: Writing in Exile”, in Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 30 (1): 107-118. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press. Reprinted in Counterpoints: Edward Said’s Legacy (2010), Eds. May Telmissany & Stephanie T. Schwartz, pp: 85-105. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Ayyash, Mark (2010). “Hamas and the Israeli State: A ‘Violent Dialogue’”, in European Journal of International Relations, 16 (1): 103-123. London: Sage.
  • Ayyash, Mark (2007). “The Appearance of War in Discourse: The Neoconservatives on Iraq”, in Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 14 (4): 613-634. Oxford, England; Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Banerjee, Albert. 2007. Disciplining death: Hypertension management and the production of mortal subjectivities, health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine 12(1):25-42.
  • Bird, Gregory. 2009. What is phenomenological sociology again? Human Studies 32:419-439.
  • Bird, G. (2008). “Community beyond hypostasis: Nancy responds to Blanchot”, Angelaki:  Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 13:1, pp. 3-26.
  • Bischoping , K. and Olstead R. (2012). A Durkheimian Reading of Gender and Morality in the Modern Mystery. Philosophy. Culture and Traditions Journal.
  • Bischoping , K. and Olstead R. (2012). Spinsters and suspects: Gender and moral citizenship in poison pen mystery novels. Reading Sociology, 2nd ed. Lorne Tepperman (Ed.). Toronto: Oxford University Press.
  • Bociurkiw, Marusya, Bonnie Burstow, Cheryl Dobinson, Ruthann Lee, Andrea Medovarski, Liz Millward, Sharon Rosenberg, and Cy-Thea Sand. 2005. Editorial for Canadian Woman Studies 24(2-3): Lesbian, Bisexual, Queer, Transsexual/Transgender Sexualities.
  • Bourke, Alan and Alison Jenkins Jayman. Forthcoming. Between vulnerability and risk: Promoting access and equity in a school-university partnership program. Urban Education 46(1).
  • Braedley, Susan and Meg Luxton. (2010).  Neoliberalism and Everyday Life. McGill-Queens University Press.
  • Braedley, S. (2009). A Ladder Up: Ontario Firefighters’ Wages in Neoliberal Times. Just Labour

  • Brienza, Paul and Naomi Couto (2008). Paradox and Origin: On the Structure of Legal Communication. International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, 1:1, 111-127
  • Burau, Viola and Laura Fenton. 2009. How healthcare states matter: Comparing the introduction of clinical standards in Britain and Germany, Journal of Health Organization and Management 23(3):289-303.
  • Cannon, Martin J.; Sunseri Lina (2011). Racism, Colonialism, and Indigeneity in Canada: A Reader.  Oxford University Press.
  • Cannon, Martin J. (2006) First Nations Citizenship: An Act to Amend the Indian Act (1985) and the Accommodation of Sex Discriminatory Policy. Canadian Review of Social Policy/Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale 56: 40-71.
  • Carlson, Jesse. 2008. Review of Sketch for a Self-Analysis by Pierre Bourdieu, Canadian Journal of Sociology 34(2):472-475.
  • Choiniere, J. & Macdonnell, J. (2012). Challenging everyday violence taking race &gender into account: Policy implications. Canadian Diversity Magazine, 9(1): 65-69.
  • Choiniere, J. (2011). Accounting for care: Exploring tensions and contradictions. Advances in Nursing Science, 34(4): 1-15.
  • Choiniere, J., Macdonnell, J., and Shamonda H. (2010). Walking the talk: Insights into dynamics of race and gender for nurses. Policy, Politics & Nursing Practice, 11(4): 317-325.
  • Chou, Elena. 2005. Review of Fashion and Modernity by Christopher Breward and Caroline Evans, The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, accessed April, 2010 at www.csaa.ca/CRSA/BookReview/Reviews/2005REVIEWS/200511BREWARD.htm.
  • Cid Aguayo, Beatriz (2011). Agroecologia y Agriculturaorganica en Chile: Entre Convencionalizacion y Ciudadaniaambiental.AGROALIMENTARIA. 17:32; (15-27)
  • Aguayo, Beatriz Eugenia Cid. (2008). Global Villages and Rural Cosmopolitanism: Exploring Global Ruralities.  Globalizations 5:4, 541-554.
  • Cid-Aguayo, Beatriz Eugenia.  (2007).  Frozen Fates: The Risky Rationalization of a Chilean Frozen Vegetable Company.  Latin American Perspectives 34:6, 40-51.
  • Côté-Boucher, Karine. 2008. The diffuse border: Intelligence-sharing, control and confinement along Canada's smart border, Surveillance and Society 5(2):142-165.
  • Dafnos, Tia. 2008. What does being gay have to do with it? A feminist analysis of the Jubran case (2008) Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 49(5):561-585.
  • Davidson, Deborah (2008). A Technology of Care: Caregiver Response to Perinatal Loss. Women’s Studies International Forum, Special Edition, Women and Technologies of Reproduction 31(4): 278-284.
  • Edwards N, Rowan M, Marck P, Grinspun D. (2011). Understanding whole systems change in health care: the case of nurse practitioners in Canada. Policy Politics and Nursing Practice. 12(1):4-17.
  • Ercel, Erkan. 2008. Act 6: Promising to become European, pp. 209-210 in Engin Isin and Greg Nielsen (eds), Acts of Citizenship. London: Zed Books.
  • Figueroa Romero, Dolores. 2006. Interview with Mirna Cunningham Kain, International Feminist Journal of Politics 8(4):618-626.
  • Fleming, Tara-Leigh; Kowalski, Kent C; Humbert, MLouise; Fagan, Kristina R; Cannon, Martin J; et al. (2006). Body-Related Emotional Experiences of Young Aboriginal Women. Qualitative Health Research16.4 April:517-537.
  •  Frampton, Caelie, Gary Kinsman, Andrew Thompson, and Kate Tilleczek (eds). 2006. Sociology for Changing the World: Social Movements/Social Research, Halifax: Fernwood.
  • Frensch [now Kip], Markus with members of the Civil Rights Committee at Picture The Homeless, NYC (Producers) "Kicking Ass All Over the City!" (2006) United States: Manhattan Neighborhood Network (28 min.)
  • Fuller-Thomson, Esme; George, Usha; Noack, Andrea M.  (2011). “Health Decline Among Recent Immigrants to Canada: Findings from a Nationally-Representative Longitudinal Survey.” Canadian Journal of Public Health 102(4): 273-80.
  • Gonsalves, Tahira. 2004. Gender and peacebuilding: A Sri Lankan case study. The International Development Research Centre: IDRC Research Results, accessed April, 2010 at http://idl-bnc.idrc.ca/dspace/handle/123456789/33539.
  • Gosine, Kevin & Gordon Pon. (2011).  “On the Frontlines: The Voices and Experiences of Racialized Child Welfare Workers in Toronto, Canada.”   Journal of Progressive Human Services.  22: 135-159.
  • Gosine, Kevin.  (2012). “Accomplished Black North Americans and Antiracism Education: Towards Bridging a Seeming Divide.”  Critical Sociology 38: 707-721.
  • Gosine, Kevin. (2008).  “Living Between Stigma and Status: A Qualitative Study of the Social Identities of Highly Educated Black Canadian Adults.”  Identity: An International Journal of Theory and Research 8: 307-333.
  • Green, Adam Isaiah, Mike Follert, Kathy Osterlund, and Jamie Paquin. 2010. Space, place, and sexual sociality: Towards an 'atmospheric analysis', Gender, Work, and Organization 17(1): 17-27.
  • Grenzer, Elke (forthcoming). Midwifery, Obstetrics and Birth's Hybrid Natalities in Grenzer, Elke; Plecash, Jan (eds.) Of Indeterminate Birth: Studies in the Culture of Origins, Fertility and Creation.
  • Grenzer, Elke (2010).  Jewish Victims and German Youth: Questions of Pedagogy and Responsibility at the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp.  In Connolly, Tristanne (ed) Spectacular Death: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Mortality and (Un)representability. Intellect Books.
  • Grinspun, Doris (2009). Ostomy Care and Management. RNAO.
  • Harrington, C., Choiniere, J., Goldmann, M., Jacobsen, F., Lloyd, L., McGregor, M., Stamatopoulos, V., Szebeheley, M. (2012). Nursing home staffing standards and staffing levels in six countries. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 44(1): 88-98.
  • Hax, Heather. 2009. Letter to the editor, Upping the Anti: A Journal of Theory and Action 8(May): 11-13.
  • Hayes, Matthew (2011).  Review of John Urry's Climate Change and Society.  Canadian Journal of Scoiology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie 36. 3: 253-255.
  • Hayes, Matthew (2011).  The Social History of Quantifying Inflation:  A Sociolgoical Critique.  Journal of Economic Issues 45.1:  97-112.
  • Horgan, Mervyn. 2004. Anti-urbanism as a way of life: Disdain for Dublin in the national imaginary. The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 30(2):38-47.
  • Hornstein, Sarah. 2009. On totalitarianism: The continuing relevance of Herbert Marcuse, pp. 87-99 in Gurminder K. Bhambra and Ipek Demir (eds), 1968 in Retrospect: History, Theory, Alterity New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hristov, Jasmin. 2009. Blood and Capital: The Paramilitarization of Colombia. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press.
  • Hussey, Ian. 2009. Review essay: The political economy of food, Socialist Studies: The Journal of the Society for Socialist Studies 5(2):133-136.
  • Hydaralli, Saeed (forthcoming). The Trouble with Infertility: Motherhood and the Symbolic Order.  In Grenzer, Elke; Plecash, Jan (eds.) Of Indeterminate Birth: Studies in the Culture of Origins, Fertility and Creation.  : Intellect.
  • Hydaralli, Saeed (2010).  Life-threatening (anaphylactic) food allergies: School life, health and well-being. In Connolly, Tristanne (ed) Spectacular Death: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Mortality and (Un)representability. Bristol: Intellect Books.
  • Ilcan, S., Oliver, M., and O’Connor, D. (2007). “Spaces of Governance: Gender and Public Sector Restructuring in Canada.” Gender, Place and Culture, 14, 1: 75-92.
  • Islam, Md Saidul. (2011).  “Minority Islam” in Muslim Majority Bangladesh: The Violent Road to a New Brand of Secularism.  Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 31:1, 125-141.
  • Islam, Md Saidul. (2008).  “From Sea to Shrimp Processing Factories in Bangladesh.  Gender and Employment at the Bottom of a Global Commodity Chain.  Journal of South Asian Development.  3:2, 211-236.
  • Isyar, Bora; Keyman, Fuat; Rumelili, Bahar. (2011). “Multi-Layered Citizenship in Extended European Orders: Kurds Acting as European Citizens.” Journal of Common Market Studies, 49(6): 1295-1316.
  • Isyar, Bora (2011). “Turkey’s Conscientious Objectors and the Enactment of European Citizenship.” In Peter Burgess (ed.) A Threat Against Europe: Security, Migration, Integration. Brussels: VUB Press. Pp. 47-62 (With Fuat Keyman and Bahar Rumelili)
  • Isyar, Bora (2008). “The Death of Socrates.” In Engin Isin and Greg Nielsen (eds.) Acts of Citizenship. London: Zed Books.
  • Isyar, Bora (2008). “Euthanasia.” In Engin Isin and Greg Nielsen (eds.) Acts of Citizenship. London: Zed Books.
  • Keohane, K., C. Kuhling,  M. Horgan (2003). “Collision Culture: Accelerated Modernization, Trauma and Irish Identity”, pp. 45-66 in Irish Journal of Sociology 12(1).
  • King, Katharine, Lori E. Ross, Tara L. Bruno and Patricia G. Erickson. 2009. Identity work among street-involved young mothers, Journal of Youth Studies 12(2):139-149.
  • Kitchen, Brigitte; Ramsarran, Parbattie S. (2006).  And Still the Second Sex.  Canadian Review of Social Policy. 56, 72-86.
  • Ladner, S. and Butler, J. (Under review). “Cultural Capital and smartphone usage.” New Media and Society.
  • Ladner, S. (2009). “‘Agency Time’: A case study of the postindustrial timescape and its impact on the domestic sphere.” Time and Society. Vol 18. No. 2/3.
  • Ladner, S. (2008). “Laptops in the Living Room: Mobile Technologies and the Divide Between Private time and Work Time.” Canadian Journal of Communication. Vol. 33. No. 3. October 2008.
  • Ladner, S. (2008). “Watching the Web: An Ontological and Epistemological Critique of Web-traffic Measurement.” In Jansen, J., Spink, A. and Taksa, I. (eds.). Handbook of Log File Analysis. Idea Group: Hersey Pennsylvannia.
  • Lafond, Danielle. [no date]. Mission statement for Para el Mundo [a registered Canadian charity that she founded in 2004], accessed April, 2010 at www.paraelmundo.org/en/mission.html.
  • Langan, Debra and Deborah Davidson (2010). Rethinking Intimate Questions: Intimacy as Discourse, in Nancy Mandell and Ann Duffy (eds.) Canadian Families: Diversity,Conflict and Change (Fourth Edition). Toronto: Nelson and Thompson, Chapter 2.
  • Langan, Debra, Ron Sheese, and Deborah Davidson (2009). Beginning with Values: Constructive Teaching and Learning In Action, in Jack Mezirow and Ed Taylor and Associates. Transformative Learning in Practice: Insights from Community, Workplace, and Higher Education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Langan, Debra, Marcia Oliver, and Laurel Atkinson. 2007. The political is personal: TAs on the front lines of the critical consciousness campaign. Radical Pedagogy 9(1). Accessed April, 2010 at http://radicalpedagogy.icaap.org/content/issue9_1/langan.html.
  • Larsen, Mike and Justin Piché. 2009. Exceptional state, pragmatic bureaucracy, and indefinite detention: The case of the Kingston Immigration Holding Centre, Canadian Journal of Law and Society 24(2):203-229.
  • LeDrew, Stephen. 2006. Jokes and their relation to the uncanny: The comic, the horrific, and pleasure in Audition and Romero's Dead films, PsyArt: An Online Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts accessed April, 2010 at www.clas.ufl.edu/ipsa/journal/2006_ledrew01.shtml.
  • Lee, Ruthann; The Korean Canadian Women's Editorial Anthology Collective (2007). Han Kut: Critical Art & Writing by Korean Canadian Women. Toronto: Inanna Publications.
  • Lee, Ruthann. “Gendering Crime: Crime and Masculinity” in Brock, Deborah; Glasbeek, Amanda; Murdocca, Carmela; eds (forthcoming).Criminalization, Representation and Regulation. Toronto: Nelson.
  • Lee, Ruthann (2009). “No More Good Boys: Ambivalence, Desire and the Re-Imagining of Asian American Masculinity in Better Luck Tomorrow.” Pimps, Wimps, Thugs and Gentlemen: Essays on Media Images of Masculinity. Ed. Elwood Watson. Jefferson: McFarland Publishers. 51-67.
  • Lee, Ruthann (2009). “Queer Theory and Anti-Racism Education: Politics of Race and Sexuality in the Classroom and Beyond.” Embodying Asian/American Sexualities. Eds. Gina Masequesmay and Sean Metzger. Lanham: Lexington Books, 73-87.
  • Lee, Ruthann (2007). “'Coming Out' as a Queer Korean Woman in Canada: A Personal Cultural Narrative.” Han Kut: Critical Art & Writing by Korean Canadian Women. Eds. KCWA Collective. Toronto: Inanna Publications, 41-57.
  • Liu, Yuzhen (2012).  "Decisions to Leave Home:  An examination of rural married women's labour migration in contemporary China."  Women's Studies International Forum 35(5): 305-313.
  • Llovet, Diego (2011).  Hope and resignation in medical care: when doctors go to court to terminate patient treatment” in Connolly, Tristianne (ed.) Spectacular Death: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Mortality and (Un)representability.  Bristol, UK/Chicago, IL: Intellect/The University of Chicago Press.
  • Llovet, Ignacio; Llovet Diego; Dinardi, Graciela; Berenstein, Graciela (2008). Culture and organization in blood donation: The cases of Argentina and Canada.  CEDES.
  • Llovet, Diego. 2004. Review of High and Mighty: The Dangerous Rise of the SUV by Keith Bradsher, Canadian Journal of Urban Research 13(2):377-378.
  • Lowik, Adrienne. 2006. Female-to-male transsexual identity formation, Undergraduate Journal of Sexual Diversity Studies, University of Toronto 1(1).
  • Mallory, Peter (2012).  Political friendship in the era of 'the social':  Theorizing personal relations with Alexis de Tocqueville.  Journal of Classical Sociology 12 (1):  22-42.
  • Martinez Salazar, Egla (2012).  Global Coloniality of Power in Guatemala: Racism, Genocide, Citizenship.  Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
  • Martinez Salazar, Egla (2008). State terror and violence as a process of lifelong teaching–learning: the case of Guatemala.  Women, War and Learning. 27:2, 201-216.
  • Martinez Salazar, Egla (2002).  Development and Coercion in the Maya-Tzutuhil Community of Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala.  In Desfor, Gene; Barndt, Deborah; Rahder, Barbara (eds) Just Doing It: Popular Collective Action in the Americas. Montreal: Black Rose Books, p 30-54.
  • McFarlane, Craig. 2006. Book review: Empirical insights and theoretical confusion, International Journal of Baudrillard Studies 3(2), accessed April, 2010 at www.ubishops.ca/baudrillardstudies/ vol3_2/mcfarlanepf.htm.
  • McKeever, Patricia D., Helen M. Scott, Mary L. Chipman, Katherine Osterlund, and Joan M. Eakin (2006). “Hitting home: A survey of housing conditions of homes used for long-term care in Ontario.” International Journal of Health Services. 36(3): 521-533.
  • McVeigh, Ryan. 2007. The conflict in design (or, the conflict of design). Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal 1(2):35-42.
  • Milbrandt, Tara (2010). On Appearing in Public in the 21st Century City: Ephemerality, Surveillance, and the Specter of the Visual Record. In Bowen, Tracey; Nemanic, Mary Lou (eds). Cultural Production in Virtual and Imagined Worlds. Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p 115-135.
  • Milner-Bolotin, Marina; Antimirova, Tetyana; Petrov, Anna; Noack, Andrea M. “Attitudes about science and conceptual physics learning in university introductory physics courses.” Physics Review Special Topics – Physics Education Research 7(2): 020107.
  • Moffette, David.  2010. Convivencia and Securitization:  Ordering and Managing Migration in Ceuta (Spain), Journal of Legal Anthropology 2 (1): 189-211.
  • Moffette, David. 2008. Review of The Politics of Insecurity: Fear, Migration and Asylum in the EU by Jef Huysmans, Anthropologie et Sociétés 32(3):236-237.
  • Morrison, Ian (2008). Rethinking the ‘Problem’ of Religious Pluralism in Canada and the European Union Review of European and Russian Affairs 4:2
  • Morrison, Ian (2008). Unintentional Acts of Citizenship (The Joke) In E. F. Isin and G. M. Nielsen (eds.), Acts of Citizenship. London: Zed.
  •  Morrison, Ian and Pascale Dufour (2005).  The Sate of the Social Investment State in the Field of Employment Policy.  Canadian Journal of Career Development 4:1, 4-10.
  • Mykhalovskiy, E., Armstrong, P., Armstrong, H., Bourgeault, I. L., Choiniere, J., Lexchin, J., Peters, S., and White, J. P.  (2008). Qualitative research and the politics of knowledge in an age of evidence: Developing a research-based  practice of immanent critique. Social Science and Medicine, 67: 195-203.
  • Nadeau, Mary-Jo; Sears, Alan.  (2010).  The Palestine Test: Countering the Silencing Campaign.  Studies in Political Economy.  85, 7-33.
  • Noack, Andrea M. (2012). “Assembling our Toolkit: Interrogating Representations and Discourses” in D. Brock, R. Raby and M. Thomas. (eds) Power and Everyday Practice. Toronto: Nelson. pp. 33-55
  • Oliver, M. (2012). “The US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief: Gendering the Intersections of Neoliberalism and Neoconservatism.” International Feminist Journal of Politics, forthcoming.
  • Olstead, R. (forthcoming). Panic Disorder (Cultural Comparisons). Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness. Eds. Andrew Scull and Geoffrey J. Golson. Sage Publications.
  • Olstead, R. (forthcoming). Popular Conceptions of Mental Illness. Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness. Eds. Andrew Scull and Geoffrey J. Golson. Sage Publications.
  • **Olstead, R. and Bischoping, K. (conditional acceptance) . The gender politics of fear: Considering women’s and men’s discourses of panic. Journal of Men’s Studies.
  • Olstead, R. (forthcoming). Men’s and  women’s accounts of panic. Fear, Horror and Terror. E-book.  Oxford University Press.
  • Olstead, R. (2011). Gender, space and fear: A study of women’s edgework. Urbanity, Fear and Political Action: Explorations of Intersections. Emotions, Space and Society. Vol. 4, 2, 86-94.
  • Olstead, R. (2007). Panic in the mall. Public: Journal of Art, Culture and Ideas, 36, 87-96.
  • Olstead, R. (2005). Panic: Psychiatry, gender and the ‘War on Terror’. GR Journal for The Arts, Sciences & Technology, 3 (1), 9-15.
  • Osterlund, Katherine (2009). “Love, freedom and governance: Same-sex marriage in Canada.”     Social and Legal Studies 18(1):93-109.
  • Osterlund, Katherine and Karen Robson (2009). “The impact of ICT on work-life experiences among university Teaching Assistants.”Computers and Education. 52(2): 432-437.
  • Park, Augustine S.J. (2010).  Child Soldiers and distributive justice: addressing the limits of law.  Crime, Law and Social Change, 53:4, 329-348.
  • Park, Augustine S.J. (2010).  Community-based restorative transitional justice in Sierra Leone.  Contemporary Justice Review, 13:1, 95-119.
  • Park, Augustine S.J. (2009). Global Governance, Therapeutic Intervention, and War-Affected Girls.  Alternatives, 34:2, 157-182.
  • Park, Augustine S.J. (2007).  Making Sense of Amputations in Sierra Leone.  Peace Review, 19:4, 579-587.
  • Ploeg J, Skelly J, Rowan M, Edwards N, Davies B, Grinspun D, Bajnok I, Downey A. (2010). The role of nursing best practice champions in diffusing practice guidelines: a mixed methods study. Worldviews Evidence Based Nursing. 7(4):238-51.
  • Pon, Gordon, Kevin Gosine, & Doret Phillips.  (2011).  “Immediate Response: Addressing Anti-Native and Anti-Black Racism in Child Welfare.” International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies 2: 385-409.
  • Poteet, Morgan (2009). Transforming Identities: Latin American Youths and Culture in Toronto. Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.
  • Quinlan, Elizabeth and Andrea Quinlan. 2010. Representations of rape: Transcending methodological divides, Journal of Mixed Methods Research 4(2):127-143.
  • Rahemtullah, Omme-Salma. forthcoming. Interrogating "Indianness": Identity and diasporic consciousness among twice migrants, Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal 7(1), accessed April, 2010 at http://scholar.library.miami.edu/anthurium/volume_7/issue_1/rahemtullah-interrogatingindianness.html
  • Ramos, Howard & Kevin Gosine. (2008) (reprint). “’The Rocket’: Newspaper Coverage of the Death of a Quebec Cultural Icon, A Canadian Hockey Player.” Pp. 416-434 in Nation and Society: Readings in Post-Confederation Canadian History, Volume 2, edited by Margaret Conrad & Alvin Finkel. Toronto, ON: Pearson Education Canada.
  • Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario (Doris Grinspun, CEO) (2010). Creating Vibrant Communities: RNAO’s Challenge to Ontario’s Political Parties. Toronto: RNAO. [67 pp.]

  • Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario (Doris Grinspun, CEO) (2009). Recruitment of Internationally Educated Nurses: Policy Brief.  Toronto: RNAO [33 pp.]
  • Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario (Doris Grinspun, CEO) (2008). Recruitment of Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs): Policy Brief. Toronto: RNAO. [33pp.]
  • Rempel, Shauna. 2007. Birth of a new tourism and its growing pains [article about Penny Dowedoff Toronto Star November 1, accessed April, 2010 at www.thestar.com/living/article/272275.
  • Rioux, Marcia H; Pinto, Paula C. (2010).  A time for the universal right to education: back to basics.  British Journal of Sociology of Education.   31:5, 621-642.
  • Robson, Karen and Chris Sanders (eds). 2009. Quantifying Theory: Pierre Bourdieu. New York: Springer.
  • Samuel, Lina (2010).  Mating, Dating and Marriage:  Intergenerational  Cultural Retention and the Construction of Diasporic Identities among South Asian Immigrants in Canada.  Journal of Intercultural Studies.  31:1, 95-110.
  • Samuel, Lina. 2007. Women, work and fishing: An examination of the lives of fisherwomen in Kerala, South Asia Research 27(2):205-227.
  • Savage, Larry, Jonah Butovsky, and Brigitte Cecckin. 2009. New voices in labour studies, Just Labour: A Canadian Journal of Work and Society 14:114-116.
  • Shantz, Jeff (2011).  Poverty, social movements and community health: the campaign for the Special Diet Allowance in Ontario.  The Journal of Poverty and Social Justice.  19:2, 145-158.
  • Shantz, Jeffrey (2010).  Capitalism is making us sick: poverty, illness and the SARS crisis in Toronto.  Advances in Medical Sociology.  11, 3-18.
  • Shantz, Jeffrey (2009). Re-Building Infrastructures of Resistance.  Socialism and Democracy.  23:2, 102-109.
  • Sousa, Isabel. 2009. Place, space and care: Rethinking Telehealth and the challenges of connectivity, pp. 161-177 in Proceedings from the 13th Annual Graduate Student Symposium. Toronto: York Institute for Health Research.
  • Stevens, Andrew and David O. Lavin. 2007. Stealing time: The temporal regulation of labor in neoliberal and post-Fordist work regime, Democratic Communiqué 21(2):40-61.
  • Sunseri, Lina (2011). Being Again of One Mind: Oneida Women and the Struggle for Decolonization.  UBC Press.
  • Teeple Hopkins, Carmen. 2010. Capitalizing on the 2010 Olympics. redwire media January 2010, accessed April, 2010 at www.redwiremag.com/site/redwire/archives/capitalizing-on-the-2010-olympics/.
  • Teixeira, Robert. 2009. Review of Intersex: A Perilous Difference by Morgan Holmes. Canadian Journal of Sociology 34(2):555-557.
  • Thompson, A.K. (2010). Black Bloc, White Riot: Antiglobalization and the Genealogy of Dissent. Oakland, CA: AK Press.
  • Wallis, Maria A.; Sunseri, Lina; Galabuzi, Grace-Edward (2009).  Colonialism and Racism in Canada: Historical Traces and Contemporary Issues.  Scarborough: Nelson College Indigenous.
  • Whittington-Walsh, Fiona (2006).  “The Broken Mirror - Young Women, Beauty & Facial Differences” in Women's Health and Urban Life, Vol 5 (2), pg. 7-24.
  • Whittington-Walsh, Fiona (2002). “From Freaks to Savants: Disability and hegemony from The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) to Sling Blade (1997)”, Disability & Society, 17:6, pp 695-707.
  • Williams, Christopher. 2008. Surveying the battlefield: Reflections on the reproductive dynamics of racism, International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory 1(1):62-79.
  • Whittington-Walsh, Fiona. 2006. The broken mirror: Young women, beauty, and facial difference, Women's Health and Urban Life 5(2): 7-24.
  • Winter, Elke (2010).  Trajectories of Multiculturalism in Germany, the Netherlands and Canada: In Search of Common Patterns. Government and Opposition.  45:2, 166-186.
  • Winter, Elke (2010).  Neither Community nor Society: Theorizing the Pluralist Society beyond Binaries.  Swiss Journal of Sociology.  36:3, 451-469.
  • Winter, Elke (2007).  How does the nation become pluralist? Ethnicities.  7:4, 483-515.
  • Winter, Elke (2007).  Neither ‘America’ nor ‘Quebec’: constructing the Canadian multicultural nation.  Nations and Nationalism.  13:3, 481-503.
  • Zaidi, Ali H. (2011). Islam, Modernity and the Human Sciences. New York and Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Zaidi, Ali H. (2007). “A Critical Misunderstanding: Islam and Dialogue in the Human Sciences”, International Sociology, 22(4): 411-434.
  • Zaidi, Ali H.  (2006). “Muslim Reconstructions of Knowledge and the Re-enchantment of Modernity”, Theory, Culture and Society, 23(5):69-91.
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