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Fight to Win

Par (auteur) A.J.  Withers
Catégories: Travail social

AJ Withers draws on their own experiences as an organizer, extensive interviews with the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) activists and Toronto bureaucrats, and freedom of information requests ...

Divided

Divided looks at the last fifteen years in Saskatchewan, during which time the Saskatchewan Party government sought to reforge the province’s image into the New Saskatchewan: brash, materialistic, highly ...

The Case for Basic Income

Inequality is up. Decent work is down. Free market fundamentalism has been exposed as a tragic failure. In a job market upended by COVID-19—with Canadians caught in the grip of precarious labour, stagnant ...

Critical Perspectives on Social Control and Social Regulation in Canada

This textbook introduces readers to theories and critiques of traditional approaches to deviance and conformity. Using vivid and timely examples of contemporary social regulation and control, the book ...

Storying Violence

In August of 2016, Cree youth Colten Boushie was shot dead by Saskatchewan farmer Gerald Stanley. Using colonial and socio-political narratives that underlie white rural settler life, the authors position ...

Entryways to Criminal Justice

How do societies decide whom to criminalize? What does it mean to accuse someone of being an offender? Entryways to Criminal Justice analyzes the thresholds that distinguish law-abiding individuals from ...

L'autosupervision dialogique en intervention psychosociale

L’intervention psychosociale est le terrain où se meuvent les problématiques de toutes sortes, souvent plus complexes les unes que les autres. Elle est aussi l’aire où les dynamismes générateurs ...

Après le silence

Après avoir documenté les violences sexuelles commises envers les personnes de la diversité sexuelle, les auteurs suggèrent d’adapter l’intervention publique en conséquence.

No Place To Go

This book is Number One in addressing the politics of where we’re allowed to “go” in public. From pay potties to deserted alleyways, and in cities from London to San Francisco to Toronto, No Place ...

Miscarriages of Justice in Canada

 

Innocent people are regularly convicted of crimes they did not commit. A number of systemic factors have been found to contribute to wrongful convictions, including eyewitness misidentification, false ...