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Environmental Breast Cancer Risks

Interviewed regarding preliminary findings of dissertation research with women workers at the Ambassador Bridge about environmental breast cancer risks. Additional interviews within this topic; CBC Radio-Canada The Windsor Star  

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Challenging the Dominant Breast Cancer Causation Paradigm through the Lens of Media Discourses

In this chapter, McArthur considers the role of the media in perpetuating dominant representations of breast cancer, a disease that claims the lives of over half a million women worldwide ...

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Environmental Exposures and Breast Cancer Risk

Jane McArthur, PhD Candidate in Sociology/Social Justice at the University of Windsor, talks with WE-TV's Josie Elysia about her research with women about their understandings of the relationship between ...

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Our moral obligation to Central American migrants

A significant number of Central American migrants are likely Canada-bound due to the ongoing immigration and security turmoil in the United States. Since people will keep migrating to survive, the ...

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Canadian Review of Sociology: In The Media

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