Recent theses published by our graduates
- Deconstructing Young Adults' Religious (Dis)Engagement in Statistics Canada's Religiosity Index. Ashley Doyle, 2013.
- Manitoba Social Workers and the Pharmaceuticalization of Children and Youth in Care. Sheri Bell, 2013.
- Voices in an Education Trap: Linguistic Deficit Theory in Nova Scotia Assessments. K-Lee Fraser, 2013.
- Managing Risk at Times of Pandemic: Whose Responsibility? Katherine Connell, 2012.
- Splitting the Difference: Exploring the Experiences of Identity and Community Among Biracial and Bisexual People in Nova Scotia. Samantha Loppie, 2011.
- A Place to Call Home: Intellectual Disability and Residential Services in Nova Scotia. Rachel Barken, 2011.
- Beyond the Deepwater Horizon Explosion: What Shaped the Social and Political Engagement of the BP Oil Spill? Andreas Hoffbauer, 2011.
- Coming Full Circle: Redefining "Effectiveness" for Aboriginal Justice. Gerald Gloade, 2011.
- Spontaneous Memorials and Cybermemorial: Ritual Transfer in Contemporary Memorialization Practice. Erin McMahon, 2010.
- Staying Put? The Settlement Experiences of Iranian Immigrants in Halifax. Wallace Porter, 2010.
- A Comparative Analysis of Dominant and Alternative Media: An Empirical Study of the Similarities and Differences in an Online Context. Laura MacDonald, 2010.
- Policing Changes: Multiple Mandates of Urban Policing in Halifax Central. Christopher Giacomantonio, 2009.
- Watershed Groups: Actions and Goals on the Upper Mississippi River. Erika McCroskey, 2009.
- Easier Said Than Done: Creating Effective Housing in a System of Community-Based Mental Health Care. Krista Steeves, 2009.
- An Analysis of Key Issues Related to Public Safety in Nova Scotia: Resuls of the 2004 General Social Survey. Kristen Francis, 2009.
- The State of the Interwar Social Sciences in Nova Scotia. Paul Armstrong. 2009.