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Substance Use And Sexual Risk Taking In Emerging Adults With A History Of Bullying Victimization, Daniel Provenzano Sep 2018

Substance Use And Sexual Risk Taking In Emerging Adults With A History Of Bullying Victimization, Daniel Provenzano

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Bullying victimization has been commonly linked with a range of psychosocial problems. To deal with distress, victims engage in coping behaviours that may be adaptive, maladaptive, or both. However, it may be difficult for youth to cope in ways that are adaptive. Instead, youth may engage in a variety of coping behaviours that are maladaptive. Considering that emerging adulthood often coincides with engaging in substance use and sexual risk taking, some youth may engage in these health risk behaviours as ways to cope with the psychosocial problems associated with bullying victimization. Therefore, the purpose of the current study was to ...


The Concurrent Rise Of Diversity And Islamophobia: A Comparative Study Of The Uk And France, Tugce Arslan Jan 2018

The Concurrent Rise Of Diversity And Islamophobia: A Comparative Study Of The Uk And France, Tugce Arslan

Major Papers

This paper assesses the current stance of multiculturalism and diversity in Europe by taking a closer look at the perception of Muslims in the United Kingdom and France. It is a comparative study that analyzes the sentiments of nationalism along with how a series of pivotal events that have impacted the integration process of the Muslim populations. A look at certain key factors such as cultural and identity clashes, increasing instability in the Middle East and the influence of the media, demonstrates a rise in Islamophobia in Europe. By focusing on how the rise in Islamophobia has affected the perception ...


Emotion Regulation: The Role Of Trauma, Emotion-Related Parenting, And Resilience, Na Zhu Oct 2017

Emotion Regulation: The Role Of Trauma, Emotion-Related Parenting, And Resilience, Na Zhu

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

There is robust evidence that some people achieve resilience despite adverse experiences (Cicchetti, 2013). The purpose of the present study was to examine if resilience as a trait predicted emotion regulation abilities, and if it moderated the relations between risk and parenting history and emotion regulation abilities. Another aim of the present study was to explore the concept of resilience as an outcome and process through narratives of redemption sequence. Participants consisted of 234 undergraduate students (age ranged from 17-30 years, M = 20.12, SD = 2.17, 79.1% women, 71.37% White) who have experienced a major stressful or ...


A More United United Kingdom: The Impact Of Post-1999 Devolution On National Identity And Feelings Towards Independence In Scotland, Geoffrey Alchin Jan 2017

A More United United Kingdom: The Impact Of Post-1999 Devolution On National Identity And Feelings Towards Independence In Scotland, Geoffrey Alchin

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Scottish nationalism has always been part of the political debate in the United Kingdom since the birth of the Union in 1707. In the 1880s, inspired by Irish Home Rule, Scottish nationalists began to demand greater autonomy from London. To appease the nationalists, London began devolving small amounts of power to Scotland. However, this small amount of devolution was not enough for the Scots. In 1967, the Labour Government of Harold Wilson responded to the growth of Scottish nationalism by proposing more devolution. It would not be until 1999 under the Tony Blair Labour Government that Scotland would experience its ...


There And Back Again; Tolkien’S Recovery Of Englishness Through Walking, Chris Scott Cameron Jan 2017

There And Back Again; Tolkien’S Recovery Of Englishness Through Walking, Chris Scott Cameron

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This thesis examines the complex representation of walking in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. In his 1951 letter to his close associate Milton Waldman, Tolkien lamented the lack of a specifically English (as opposed to British) myth, and expressed his desire to create a mythology that he could dedicate to England. Tolkien’s novels, which are primarily structured around hobbits undertaking quests on foot, are an attempt to create this mythology. Through representing walking in all of its diversity, Tolkien engages with the politics and philosophy associated with the pedestrian mode. The ...


White Anemone, Zhe Chen Jan 2014

White Anemone, Zhe Chen

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The novella White Anemone presents a modern Chinese American story grounded in personal recollections, historical accounts, and cultural mythologies. It is a fragmented narrative that demonstrates the correlation between memory and desire, tracing a young woman's journey to adulthood and self-realization through trials of love, friendship, and family. The story is set in the early 2000's New York City Chinatown and depicts the diversity and socio-economic struggles of working-class Chinese immigrants in 21st-century America.


War In The Countryside: Re-Examining Life In The Netherlands During World War Ii Through The Memories Of Dutch Immigrants To Ontario, Adam Roffel Jan 2014

War In The Countryside: Re-Examining Life In The Netherlands During World War Ii Through The Memories Of Dutch Immigrants To Ontario, Adam Roffel

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The History of the Netherlands during World War Two paints a one sided view of what war was like. While urban life receives lots of attention in English literature, rural life is often neglected. Through the stories of six individuals who immigrated to Canada in the decade following World War Two, a separate wartime experience will be examined and discussed.


The Failure Of Certainty: Why Economics Needs Rhetoric, Jerry Petersen May 2013

The Failure Of Certainty: Why Economics Needs Rhetoric, Jerry Petersen

OSSA Conference Archive

Privileging deductive first principles over inductive contingencies, I argue, contributed to the economic meltdown of late and will continue to limit the range of reasonable solutions available to solve entrenched economic problems. I cite Toulmin’s critique of scientific certainty and the rancor over the demise of the ninth planet Pluto to posit a role for rhetoric in making valid claims across all fields of study, calling for more productive uncertainty subject to vigorous argumentation.


The Language And Diagramming Of Rejection And Objection, Cathal Woods May 2013

The Language And Diagramming Of Rejection And Objection, Cathal Woods

OSSA Conference Archive

Understanding the language of rejections and objections is an important part of the analysis and practice of argument. In order to strengthen this understanding, we might turn to diagramming, as it has been shown to have the virtue of improving critical thinking skills. This paper discusses what reliable meaning can be taken from words and phrases related to rejections and objections, and then how to diagram them.


22.1 Re-Recorded Histories Jan 2013

22.1 Re-Recorded Histories

Rampike

Rampike Vol. 22 / No. 1 (Re-recorded Histories): Carol Stetser, Phil Hall, Diane Schoemperlen, Collete Broeders & Samantha Therrien, Niels Hav, Alison Dilworth, Stephen Bett, Faruk Ulay, Brenda F. Pelkey, Norman Lock, Vittori Baroni, Christopher Prendergast & Joseph Hubbard, Hélène Samson & Guy Sioui-Durand & Norman Cornett & Edward Sheriff Curtis, Holly Anderson, Paulo da Costa, M.A.C. Farrant, Joanna Katchutas & Christina Spina, Kye Kocher, Brian Aldiss & Misha Nogha & Richard Truhlar, Orchid Tierney, Gerry Smith, Beatriz Hausner, Robert Dawson, Len Gasparini, Vicky Reuter, Nicole Markotić & Meredith Quartermain & Fred Wah, Eldon Garnet.

Cover Art: Diane Schoemperlen


As Long As You Have Your Health? Subjective Well-Being Trajectories In An Inflammatory Rheumatic Disease Sample, Jennifer Voth Jan 2013

As Long As You Have Your Health? Subjective Well-Being Trajectories In An Inflammatory Rheumatic Disease Sample, Jennifer Voth

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to explore different trajectories of subjective well-being (SWB) in a sample of people with rheumatic conditions using growth mixture modeling (GMM), and to identify demographic, disease-related, and psychosocial risk and protective factors associated with these response patterns. Four hundred and thirty two adults with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), ankylosing spondylitis (AS), or gout were recruited online, and data were collected over the internet at six monthly intervals. Satisfaction with life (SWL; Diener, Emmons, Larson &Griffin, 1985) and positive and negative affect (PANAS; Watson, Clark, &Tellegen, 1988) were measured at each time point. Other measures included demographic information, disability, pain ...


Deepening Disagreement In Engineering Education, Robert Irish, Brian Macpherson May 2011

Deepening Disagreement In Engineering Education, Robert Irish, Brian Macpherson

OSSA Conference Archive

This paper argues that deep disagreements stem from conflicting worldviews. In particular, I examine how recent moves in engineering education contribute to deep disagreement by inculcating stu-dents into valuing the environment as a key stakeholder in engineering design. However, some graduates who value the environment meet resistance from employers who hold a more traditional engineering worldview, which regards the environment as an externality. Clashing worldviews can, as Robert Fogelin posited, render rational resolution to argument impossible. Disputants must consider the emotional and rhetorical as means to move toward productive ground for argument. I offer two moves from classical rhet-oric–making ...


Spotlight On Essex County 2011 Spring, Essex Free Press Jan 2011

Spotlight On Essex County 2011 Spring, Essex Free Press

SWODA: Windsor & Region Publications

Articles about Essex County, Ontario, on topics such as the mennonites, lumbermen, model trains, ice sculptures, and Ty Cobb.


Full-Court Quest: The Girls From Fort Shaw Indian School, Basketball Champions Of The World, Victoria Paraschak Jan 2010

Full-Court Quest: The Girls From Fort Shaw Indian School, Basketball Champions Of The World, Victoria Paraschak

Human Kinetics Publications

No abstract provided.


18.2 Re-Sent Histories Jan 2009

18.2 Re-Sent Histories

Rampike

Rampike Vol. 18/ No. 2 (Re-sent Histories issue): Frank Davey, Nicole Markotic, Richard Truhlar, Christophe Fricker, Tom Nolan, Susan Holbrook, Stuart Ross, Clarice Eckford, Verne Good, Jay MillAr, Jacob Scheier, Rolland Nadjiwon, Mark Dunn, Kemeny Babineau, Rosemary Sullivan, John Barlow, Laura Shintani, Jean-Pierre Ostende, Norman Lock, Jenny Samprisi, Dennis Cooley, Brian Edwards, Richard Kostelanetz, Jean Claude Gagnon, Sandy Pool, Stephen Bett, Xavi Sabater, Kaitlin Tremblay, Stan Rogal, Brian Henderson, Helen Hajnoczky, Timothy Senior, Derek Beaulieu, Carole Condé, Karl Beveridge.

Cover Art: Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge.


Two Is A Small Number: False Dichotomies Revisited, Trudy Govier Jun 2007

Two Is A Small Number: False Dichotomies Revisited, Trudy Govier

OSSA Conference Archive

Our acceptance of falsely dichotomous statements is often intellectually distorting. It restricts imagination, limits opportunities, and lends support to pseudo-logical arguments. In conflict situations, the presumption that there are only two sides is often a harmful distortion. Why do so many false dichotomies seem plausible? Are all dichotomies false? What are the alternatives, if any, to such fundamental dichotomies as ‘true/false’, ‘yes/no’, ‘proponent/opponent,’ and ‘accept/reject’?


A Novelette: Undertow., Stephen Flemming Jan 2006

A Novelette: Undertow., Stephen Flemming

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


12.2 Traditions & Innovations Jan 2002

12.2 Traditions & Innovations

Rampike

Christian Burgaud, Alistair MacLeod/Shelagh Rogers, Sophie Grenier, Robert Lepage/Pia Kleber, Claudel Huot, Carla Bertola, Frank Davey, Steve McCaffery, Karen MacCormack, Irene Guilford, Antanas Sileika, Jean-Claude Gagnon, André Marceau, Richard Martel, Monty Cantsin, Loss Pequeño Glazier, Helen Lovekin, Opal L. Nations, Eveyln Lau, bill bissett. Paul Dutton, Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm, Gary Barwin, Steven Ross Smith, Louise Bak, Rob McLennan, Spencer Selby, Stan Rogal, John Swan, Mark Dunn, Jim Francis, Joseph Revells, Geeta Kothari, W.M. Sutherland.

Cover Art: Steve Venright.


The Differences Between Opinion And Argumentation, Jim Gough May 2001

The Differences Between Opinion And Argumentation, Jim Gough

OSSA Conference Archive

No abstract provided.


The Lance: School Year 1987-1988: Summer Lance 1988, University Of Windsor Jan 1988

The Lance: School Year 1987-1988: Summer Lance 1988, University Of Windsor

The Lance

Summer Lance 1988

Vol. 1: no. 1 (1988: June 9) 8p.
Vol. 2: no. 2 (1988: June 23) 12p.
Vol. 3: no. 3 (1988: July 7) 8p.
Vol. 4: no. 4 (1988: July 21) 8p.
Vol. 5: no. 5 (1988: Aug. 4) 8p.


5.1 Food Jan 1986

5.1 Food

Rampike

Rampike Vol. 5 / No. 1 (Food issue): Phillipe Sollers, Dave Godfrey, Sid Marty, Gerry Gilbert, Brian Edwards, Jean-Paul Daoust, Eugene Dubnov, Lin Osterhage, Brian Fawcett, Frank Davey, Brian Morgan, Richard Kostelanetz, David McFadden, Barbara Golden, Alida Walsh, Malcom de Chazal, Irving Weiss, Al Purdy, Gerry Shikatani, Claudine Bertrand, Sheila Davies, Céline Messner, Paya Rohay, Anna Banana, Opal Louis Nations, Susan Parker, Judith Fitzgerald, Dennis Cooley, Rafael Barreto-Rivera, Marina deBellagente LaPalma, Melody Sumner, Margaret Dragu, Janice Williamson, George Swede, Aina Tilups, Karl Jirgens, Ernie Ernst, Marino Tuzi, Pawet Petasz, Alan Lord, Joe Revells, Jayce Salloum, John Cartan, Richard Truhlar, Chris Saletes ...


The Self-Perception Of The Stepmother., Ruth|Pe'er-Lamo-Beichman Klagsbrun Jan 1983

The Self-Perception Of The Stepmother., Ruth|Pe'er-Lamo-Beichman Klagsbrun

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


A Comprehensive Analysis Of The Ideas Of C. Wright Mills From A Sociology Of Knowledge Perspective., J. Errol Fletcher Jul 1974

A Comprehensive Analysis Of The Ideas Of C. Wright Mills From A Sociology Of Knowledge Perspective., J. Errol Fletcher

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


The Unlucky Country: The Political Aspect Of Yeats's Plays., Dorothy Farmiloe Jan 1969

The Unlucky Country: The Political Aspect Of Yeats's Plays., Dorothy Farmiloe

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


"Policy Sits Above Conscience": A Study Of Shakespeare's Political Characters., Margo Garen Jan 1965

"Policy Sits Above Conscience": A Study Of Shakespeare's Political Characters., Margo Garen

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


The Lance: School Year 1962-1963, Assumption University (Windsor) / University Of Windsor Jan 1963

The Lance: School Year 1962-1963, Assumption University (Windsor) / University Of Windsor

The Lance

School Year 1962-1963

Vol. 35: no. 1 (1962: Sept. 24) 4p.
(1962: Sept. 28) 12p. An extra, unnumbered “pictorial” issue: birth of University of Windsor
Vol. 35: no. 2 (1962: Oct. 5) 4p.
Vol. 35: no. 3 (1962: Oct. 19) 6p.
(1962: Oct. 19) 1p. Unnumbered advertising page for the Bob James Trio
Vol. 35: no. 4 (1962: Oct. 26) 6p.
Vol. 35: no. 5 (1962: Nov. 2) 6p.
Vol. 35: no. 6 (1962: Nov. 9) 4p.
Vol. 35: no. 7 (1962: Nov. 16 6p.
Vol. 35: no. 8 (1962: Nov. 23 6p.
Vol. 35: no. 9 (1962: Nov. 30 ...


The Irish University Question And The Queen's Colleges, 1845--1850, Viewed Through Contemporary British And Irish Periodicals., Richard Moriarty Jan 1959

The Irish University Question And The Queen's Colleges, 1845--1850, Viewed Through Contemporary British And Irish Periodicals., Richard Moriarty

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


The Restoration Of The Roman Catholic Hierarchy In England 1850: A Catholic Position., Eddi Chittaro Jan 1958

The Restoration Of The Roman Catholic Hierarchy In England 1850: A Catholic Position., Eddi Chittaro

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Purple And White: 1955 - 1956, Assumption College Jan 1955

Purple And White: 1955 - 1956, Assumption College

The Assumption College Purple And White

Vol. 28: no. 2 (1955: Oct. 11) 4p.
Vol. 28: no. 4 (1955: Nov. 9) 4p.
Vol. 28: no. 5 (1955: Nov. 22) 4p.
Vol. 28: no. 8 (1956: Jan. 27) 6p.
Vol. 28: no. 9 (1956: Feb. 14) 4p.
Vol. 28: no. 10 (1956: Mar. 9) 4p.
1956: Mar. 26 6p.


Purple And White: 1937 - 1938, Assumption College Jan 1937

Purple And White: 1937 - 1938, Assumption College

The Assumption College Purple And White

School Year 1937-1938

Vol. 12: no. 1 (1937: Oct. 15) 8p.
Vol. 12: no. 2 (1937: Oct. 29) 8p. Includes an extra, unnumbered page entitled: RotaPicture Section, Vol. 1: no. 1
Vol. 12: no. 3 (1937: Nov. 12) 8p.
Vol. 12: no. 4 (1937: Dec. 3) 8p.
Vol. 12: no. 5 (1937: Dec. 17) 8p.
Vol. 12: no. 6 (1938: Feb. 4) 8p.
Vol. 12: no. 7 (1938: Feb. 23) 8p.
Vol. 12: no. 8 (1938: Mar. 16) 8p.
Vol. 12: no. 9 (1938: Apr. 6) 8p.
Vol. 12: no. 10 (1938: June) 8p.