Past Student Projects

Past Public Deliberation Projects

Ontario Vaccine Deliberation

 


Past Graduate Student Projects

Doctoral Dissertations

Karla Stroud - "You have to sometimes be like a bulldog": Fillial Caregiving Experiences Supporting their Parents during the Transition from Hospital to Home in Ontario

Claudia Barned - “Not fat, maybe thick, not too skinny”: Resisting and Reproducing Health and Beauty Discourses in Urban Jamaica 


Past Honours Thesis Projects

Emma Conway - The Social Processes of Public Deliberation Examined through the Lens of Positioning Theory 

Jessica White - A Discursive Analysis of Descriptions of Vaccine-Refusing Parents in the Ontario Vaccine Deliberation

Stephanie Liscumb - Social and Ethical Concerns Regarding Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis Among Canadian Citizens

Kaitlin Snell - Quality of Life and Aging in Chatham-Kent: Perspectives of Older Adults in the Community

Stephanie Figliomeni - The Social Management of Asthma and Cystic Fibrosis in Youth

Jessica Gibson - Women’s Health, Hygiene, and Product Use: A Qualitative Study of Motivational and Social Influences

Janet Amos - Risk Communication and Genetic Testing

Christine Smith - The Promotion of the HPV Vaccine: An Exploratory Study of Risk Communication Related to the HPV Vaccine on Ontario and Canadian Websites

Allie Dainow - Concerns of Cystic Fibrosis Patients: A Qualitative Analysis of Cystic Fibrosis Message Board Data