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A Penny for Your Thoughts: How Corporatization Devalues Research, Teaching, and Public Service in Canada's Universities

This book is a real-time tour of how universities in Canada have been transformed from public-serving institutions into knowledge businesses through corporatization. In 17 chapters, Newson and Polster explore how this ...

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Social Structuration in Tibetan Society Education, Society, and Spirituality

This volume is unique in the literature concerning both the sociology of education and Tibetan society. It aims to propose a Tibetan sociology of education, something that no other author ...

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Student Homelessness

A short discussion of emerging research on post-secondary student homelessness (PSSH).

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Tranquility on the Razor's Edge changing narratives of ionevitability.

In this exciting, thought-provoking new book, author Eric Weissman draws on personal experience, firsthand empirical research, and social theory to probe the causes and consequences of homelessness. Hundreds of thousands ...

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Canadian Review of Sociology: In The Media

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