A Canada Research Chair in Public Policy in Criminal Justice, Dawson joined the Department of Sociology & Anthropology at the University of Guelph in 2003. Her undergraduate degree is in Sociology and Law & Society from York University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology are from the...
Professor Morton specializes in violence against women, women and the law, feminist criminology, justice and social policy, feminist participatory action research (FPAR), public sociology, community-engaged scholarship (research, learning and service). Professor Morton's previous work includes twenty years with rural and urban community partners (advocates, community committees, criminal justice and social service organizations and government) engaging in research, education, community development, advocacy and service coordination on issues related to violence against women and their children and other social justice issues.
Morton, M. 2010. “Violence in Canadian Families (Chapter 6), in N. Mandell and A. Duffy (eds), in Canadian Families: Diversity, Conflict and Change (Fourth Edition), Nelson and Thompson.
Langan, D. and Morton, M. 2010. Through the Eyes of Farmers’ Daughters: Academics Working on Marginal Land. Women’s Studies International Forum, 32:6:395-405.
Langan, D. and Morton, M. 2009. Reflecting on Community/Academic “Collaboration”: The Challenge of /Doing/ Feminist Participatory Action Research. Action Research 7: 165-184.
Morton, Mavis. 2003. Growing up gay in rural Ontario: The needs and issues facing rural gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered rural youth. Our Schools Our Selves. V.12, No. 4 (#72) Summer 2003: 107-117.