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    • The relevance of prison climate on prison conflict 

      Stobbe, Graham Scott (2017-08-01)
      Conflict is an enduring reality in prisons. The contrast between a ‘total institution’ and an involuntary client base sets a rich table for conflict. While different approaches have been taken to manage conflict in prison, ...
    • The rising tide : the increase in elderly population, disasters and type 2 diabetes 

      Carruthers, Alexandra (2017-12-22)
      The recent statistical data reveal that there are considerable changes in the growing elderly population, the rise in natural disasters, and the increased prevalence of Type 2 diabetes (T2DM). These trends are occurring ...
    • Transformative climate change actions among youth from Alberta, Canada 

      Niederer, Susanna (2018-12-07)
      Young people’s futures are largely affected by society’s capacity and willingness to take action on climate change, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and adapt to a different climate reality. Young people are necessary ...
    • Youth de-radicalization : best practices for Canada 

      Ahmad, Hafal (2016-10-26)
      Youth radicalization leading to violence has become a growing fear among Canadians, as terrorist attacks are carried out in Western states. Although Canada has suffered relatively fewer acts of violence, this fear has ...