Canadian Social Science Faculty Survey

5. List of Recent Relevant Publications

Faculty members also were asked to provide recent relevant bibliographic information. While most professors did provide such information, a few did not. This section of the report includes the two most recent publications as provided, or one if it was the only relevant publication.

  • ABU-LABAN, Yasmeen, University of Alberta - Department of Political Science
  • ABU-LABAN, Y. “Welcome/STAY OUT: The Contradiction of Canadian Integration and Immigration Policies at the Millennium”, Canadian Ethnic Studies, vol. XXX, no. 3, 1998, p. 190-211.
  • ADAM, Barry, University of Windsor - Department of Sociology and Anthropology
  • ADAM, B., J.W, DUIVENDAK and A. KROUWEL. The Global Emergence of Gay and Lesbian Politics, Philadelphia, Temple University Press, 2000.
  • ADAM, B. “Love and Sex in Constructing Gender Identity Among Men Who Have Sex with Men”, International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies, vol. 5, no. 4, 1999, p. 325-339
  • AMBERT, Anne-Marie, York University - Department of Sociology
  • AMBERT, A.M. “The Effect of Male Delinquency on Mothers and Fathers”, Sociological Inquiry,vol. 69, no. 4, 1999, p. 621-640.
  • ANDERSON, Alan B. , University of Saskatchewan - Department of Sociology
  • ANDERSON, A.B. “Multiple Identities: Ethnicity and Globalization at the Millennium”, Ethnic Studies Series, Calgary, University of Calgary, 2000.
  • ANDERSON, A.B. “Complications in Political and Economic Relations Between India and Canada”, in V.K. Malhotra (ed.), Contemporary Indo-Canadian Relations, New Delhi, Amnol Publications, 1999.
  • ANSELME, Mvilongo-Tsala, Université Laurentienne - École de service social
  • ANSELME, M. “Réalités interculturelles et intervention sociale” in H. Dorvil and R. Mayer (ed.), Nouvelles configurations des problèmes sociaux et l'intervention, Québec, Presses de l'Université du Québec, 2000.
  • ARCHER, Keith, University of Calgary - Department of Political Science
  • STEWART, D.K. and K. ARCHER. Quasi-Democracy? Parties and Leadership Selection in Alberta, Vancouver, University of British Columbia Press, 2000.
  • FARRON, E. and K. ARCHER. “Reform at the Crossroads” in A. Frizzell and J. Pammett (ed.), The Canadian General Election of 1997, Toronto, Dundurn Press, 1997, p. 111-133.
  • ARMONY, Victor, Université d’Ottawa - Département de Sociologie
  • ARMONY, V. Représenter la nation : le discours présidentiel de la transition démocratique en Argentine (1983-1993), Montréal/Paris, Balzac/Le Griot, 2000.
  • BOURQUE, G., J. DUCHASTEL and V. ARMONY. “Les débats constitutionnels comme instance de production, interprétation de l'ordre juridique”, dans Thomasset, C. and D. Bourcier, (ed.), L'interprétation du droit : le sens, l’interprète, la machine, Bruxelles, Bruylant, 1996.
  • ARMSTRONG, Pat, York University - Department of Sociology
  • ARMSTRONG, P., H. ARMSTRONG, I. BOURGAULT, J. CHOINIÈRE, ?? MYKHALOVSKIY and J. WHITE. Heal thyself: Managing Health Care Reform, Toronto, Garamond, 2000.
  • ARMSTRONG, P. and H. ARMSTRONG. “Health Care as a Business: The legacy of Free Trade”, in Wayne Anthony (ed.), Power and Resistance, (2e éd.), Halifax, Fernwood, 1998, p. 218-234
  • ARNEIL, Barbara, University of British Columbia - Department of Political Science
  • ARNEIL, B. “The Politics of Human Rights”, National Journal of Constitutional Law, vol.11 no. 2, 2000.
  • ARNEIL, B. and H. OWEBS. “The Human Security Paradigm Shift”, Canadian Foreign Policy, vol. 7, no. 1, 1999, p. 1-12.
  • ASHTON, Michael, Brock University - Department of Psychology
  • ASHTON, M.C., K. LEE, and C. SON. “Honesty as the Sixth Factor of Personality: Correlations with Machiavellianism, Primary Psychopathy and Social Adroitness”, European Journal of Personality, vol.14, no. 4, 2000, p. 359-369.
  • ASHTON, M.C. and V.M. ESSES “Stereotype Accuracy: Estimating the Academic Performance of Ethnic Groups”, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, no. 25, 1999, p. 225-236.
  • ASOWA-OMORODION, Francisca Isi, University of Regina - Department of Sociology and Social Studies
  • OMORODION, F.I. “Sexual and Reproductive Health of Commercial Sex Workers in Benin City, Nigeria”, Health Care for Women International, vol. 21, no. 4, 2000, p. 231-240.
  • OMORODION, F.I. Readings in Ethnography of Nigeria, Lagos (Nigeria), Sylva Publications Limited, 1997.
  • ATKINSON, Michael A., University of Saskatchewan - Department of Political Science
  • MANCUSO, M., M.M. ATKINSON, A. BLAIS, I. GREENE and N. NEVITTE. A Question of Ethics: Canadians Speak Out, Toronto, Oxford University Press, 1998.
  • ATKINSON, M.M. and D. DOHERTY “Parliament and Political Success in Canada”, in M. Whittington and G. Williams (ed.) Canadian Politics in the New Millennium, Toronto, Nelson, 2000.
  • AUBRY, Tim Daniel, University of Ottawa - Department of Psychology
  • AUBRY, T., S. FARRELL, B. VIRLEY O’CONNER, P. KERR, J. WESTON and D. ELLIOT. “Family-Focused Care Management: a Case Study of an Innovative Demonstration Program”, Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, no..19, 2000, p. 1-16.
  • FLYNN, R. and T. AUBRY “Integration with Developmental or Psychiatric Disabilities: Conceptualization and Measurement of Persons”, in R.J. Flynn and R. Lemay (ed.), A Quarter-Century of Normalization and Social Role Valorization: Evolution and Impact. Ottawa, University of Ottawa Press, 1999, p. 271-303.
  • BACHER, Jean-Luc, Université de Montréal - Département de criminologie
  • TREMBLAY, P., J.L. BACHER, M. TREMBLAY and M. CUSSON. “Gonflement des demandes d'indemnisation pour le vol et seuil de tolérance des assureurs: une analyse expérimentale de dissuasion situationnelle”, Revue canadienne de criminologie, vol.42, no. 1, 2000, p. 21-38.
  • BACHER, J.L. “Les velléités normalisatrices de la Cour suprême en matière d'échanges économiques: fraude et sens du risque”, Revue canadienne de droit et société, vol.14, no. 2, 1999, p. 131-171.
  • BEATON, Ann, Université de Moncton - Département de psychologie
  • TOUGAS, F. and A.M. BEATON “Relative Deprivation: Connecting the 'I' to the 'We'”, in I. Walker and H. Smith (ed.), Relative Deprivation: Specification, Development and Integration, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2000.
  • BEATON, A.M. and F. TOUGAS. “The Representation of Women in Management: The More the Merrier?”, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, no.. 23, 1997, p. 773-782.
  • BEAUCHESNE, Line, Université d'Ottawa - Département de criminologie
  • BEAUCHESNE, L. “Responsible Action Toward Health Promotion, and Efficient Harm Reduction Strategies”, in P.G. Erickson, D.M. Riley, Y.W. Cheung and P.A. O'Hare (ed.), Harm Reduction Strategies, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1997.
  • BEAUCHESNE, L. “La culture protestante nord-américaine : Influence sur les politiques en matière de drogues”, Social History/Histoire sociale, vol. XXXIII, no. 64, 1999.
  • BEAUDRY, Madeleine, Université Laval - École de service social
  • SIMARD, M. and M. BEAUDRY “Conséquences de la séparation conjugale sur les pères, les mères et les enfants”, Réflexions pour la politique familiale. Quelle politique familiale a l'aube de l'an 2000?, sous la direction de R.D. Dandurand, P. Lefebvre, J.-P. Lamoureux, Montréal, Harmattan Inc., 1998, INRS-Culture et Société
  • DRAPEAU, S., M. SIMARD, M. BEAUDRY, and C. CHARBONNEAU “Siblings in Family Transition”, Family Relations, vol. 49, no. 1, 2000, p. 77-85.
  • BEAUJOT, Roderic, University of Western Ontario - Department of Sociology
  • BEAUJOT, R. Earning and Caring in Canadian Families, Peterborough, Broadview, 2000.
  • BEAUJOT, R. “L'immigration et la population du Canada”, in McAndrew, M., Decoufle, A-C. and C. Ciceri, Les politiques d'immigration et d'intégration au Canada et en France: analyses comparées et perspectives de recherche, Montréal, Centre de recherche interuniversitaire de Montréal sur l'immigration, l'intégration et la dynamique urbaine, 1999, p. 283-304.
  • BEAULIEU, Marie, Université du Québec à Rimouski - Département de sciences humaines
  • SPENCER, C. and M. BEAULIEU. “Older Adult Personal Relationships” International Journal of Law and Psychiatry (sous presse), 2000.
  • LITHWICK, M., M. BEAULIEU, S. GRAVEL, and S. STRAKA. “The Mistreatment of Older Adults: Perpetrator-Victim Relationships and Interventions”, Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, vol.11, no. 4, 1999, p. 95-112.
  • BEDESKI, Robert, University of Victoria - Department of Political Science
  • BEDESKI, R. “Integration of Non-Traditional Security Issues: a Preliminary Application to South Korea” in M.R. Lowi and B.R. Shaw (ed.), Environment and Security: Discourses and Practices, Toronto, MacMillan, 2000.
  • BEDESKI, R. The Chinese Diaspora, Mongolia and the Sino-Russian Frontier, Japan Pacific Research Institute (JPRI), Working Paper no. 62, 1999.
  • BÉLANGER, Claude, Université du Québec à Montréal - Département de psychologie
  • DULUDE, D., C. BÉLANGER and J. WRIGHT. “The Effects of Pregnancy Complications on the Parental Adaptation Process”, Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, vol.18, no. 1, 2000, p. 5-20.
  • BÉLANGER, C. and R. MARCAURELLE “La supervision comportementale et cognitive: sommes-nous au fait de ce que nous faisons?” Revue francophone de clinique comportementale et cognitive, vol. II, no. 4, 1998, p. 12-32.
  • BELL, Sandra J., St. Mary's University - Department of Sociology
  • BELL, S.J. Young Offenders and Juvenile Justice: a Century After the Fact, Toronto, ITP Nelson, 1999.
  • BELL, S.J. “Girls in Trouble and Public Condemnation”, in Schissell, R. and C. Brooks (ed.), Critical Criminology in Canadian Society, Toronto, Fernwood, 2000.
  • BELSHAW, John Douglas, University College of the Cariboo - Department of Philosophy, History and Politics
  • BELSHAW, J.D. “Rurality Checks: Demographic Boundaries on the British Columbian Frontier” in R. Sandwell (ed.), Beyond the City Limits: Rural History in British Columbia, Vancouver, UBC Press, 1998, p.195-211.
  • BELSHAW, J.D. “The West We Have Lost: Historians and the Population History of British Columbia”, Western Historical Quarterly, no. 2, 1998, p. 25-47.
  • BENOIT, Cecilia Myra, University of Victoria - Department of Sociology
  • BENOIT, C.M.. Women, Work and Social Rights: Canada in Historical and Comparative Perspective, Scarborough, Prentice Hall Canada, 2000.
  • BENOIT, C.M. and A. HEITLINGER. “Women's Health Caring Work in Comparative Perspective: Canada, Sweden and Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic as Case Examples”, Social Science and Medicine, vol. 47, no. 8, 1998, p. 1101-1111.
  • BOBOCEL, Ramona, University of Waterloo - Department of Psychology
  • DAVEY, L.M., D.R. BOBOCEL, L.S. SON HING and M.P. ZANNA. “The Preference for the Merit Principle Scale: an Individual Difference Measure of Distributive Justice Preferences”, Social Justice Research, no.12, 1999, p. 223-240.
  • BOBOCEL, D.R., L.S. SON HING, L.M. DAVEY, D.J. STANLEY and M.P. ZANNA. “Justice-Based Opposition to Social Policies: Is it Genuine?”, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, no. 75, 1998, p. 653-669.
  • BOISVERT, Jean-Mariem, Université Laval - École de psychologie
  • BOISVERT, J.-M., L. BERTRAND and S. MORIER. “La phobie sociale”, in R. Ladouceur, A. Marchand and J.-M. Boisvert (ed.), Les troubles anxieux. Approche cognitive et comportementale, Montréal, Gaétan Morin and Paris Masson, 1999, p. 121-148.
  • BOISVERT, J.-M, M. BEAUDRY, R. LADOUCEUR. and M. FREESTON. “La perception de la vie de couple chez les thérapeutes conjugaux et dans la population québécoise”, Revue de Psychologie,no. 20, 1999, p. 23-37.
  • BOUDREAU, Francois, Université Laurentienne - École de service social
  • ROUILLER, M., F. BOUDREAU and A. VAN DE SANDE. “First Nations People and AIDS: a Study of Social Work Knowledge in Northern Quebec”, Native Social Work Journal, vol. 3, no. 1, 2000, p. 22-35.
  • BOUDREAU, F. and H. NABIGON. “Spiritualité, guérison et autonomie gouvernementale dans le contexte politique ojibwa”, Reflets, vol. 6, no. 1, 2000, p. 108-127.
  • BOUDREAULT, Pierre W.. Université du Québec à Chicoutimi - Département de sciences humaines/science politique
  • BOUDREAULT, P.W. “Formes de socialité contemporaine comme changement social. Questionnement à partir de Walter Benjamin et de Michel Maffesoli sur le culte des objets après la catastrophe 'naturelle' de 1996 au Saguenay”, Sociétés, no. 62, 1999, p. 63-72.
  • BRANNIGAN, Augustine, University of Calgary - Department of Sociology
  • BRANNIGAN, A. “The Adolescent Prostitute”, in J. Winterdyk (ed.), Issues and Perspectives on Young Offenders in Canada, 2nd ed., Toronto, Harcourt, 2000.
  • BRANNIGAN, A. “Criminology and the Holocaust: Xenophobia, Evolution, and Genocide”, Crime and Delinquency, no. 44, 1998,p. 257-276.
  • BROCHU, Serge, Université de Montréal - École de criminologie
  • BROCHU, S. “La violence and la drogue”, L'intervenant, vol.16, no. 3, 2000, p. 4-7.
  • SIMONEAU, H., J. BERGERON, L.G. COURNOYER, M. LANDRY and S. BROCHU. “Relation entre la détresse psychologique, le soutien social et la persévérance dans le traitement de l'alcoolisme et des toxicomanies”, Psychotropes: Revue internationale des toxicomanies, vol. 5, no. 1, 1999, p. 7-30.
  • BROCK, Deborah R., Brock University - Department of Sociology
  • BROCK, D.R., M. SUTDHIBHASILIP, K. GILLIES and C. OLIVER. “Migrant Sex Work: a Roundtable Analysis”, Canadian Woman Studies Journal, automne 2000, p. 58-67.
  • BROCK, D.R. “Victim, Nuisance, Fallen Woman, Outlaw, Worker?: Making the Identity, Prostitute in Canadian Criminal Law”, in D. Chunn and D. Lacombe (ed.), Law as a Genering Practice. Toronto, Oxford University Press, 2000.
  • BRODIE, Ian, University of Western Ontario - Department of Political Science
  • BRODIE, I. “The Market for Political Status” Comparative Politics, no. 28, 1996, p. 253-271.
  • MORTON, F.L. and I. BRODIE. “The Use of Extrinsic Evidence in Charter Litigation Before the Supreme Court of Canada”, National Journal of Constitutional Law, no. 3, 1993, p. 1-35.
  • BRUNET, Louis, Université du Québec à Montréal - Département de psychologie
  • BRUNET, L. (ed.) L'expertise psycholégale: Balises méthodologiques and déontologiques,Montréal, Presses de l'Université du Québec, 1999.
  • BRUNET , L., M. SABOURIN, and P.-Y. LÉTOURNEAU. “La garde d'enfants et les droits d'accès”, dans L. Brunet (ed.), L'expertise psycholégale: Balises méthodologiques et déontologiques, Montréal, Presses de l'Université du Québec, 1999.
  • BRYNEN, Rex Jeffrey, McGill University - Department of Political Science
  • BRYNEN, R.J. “Mirror, Mirror: The Politics of TV Science Fiction” in D. Schultz (ed.), It's Showtime! Media, Politics and Popular Culture, Baltimore, Peter Lang, 1999.
  • BRYNEN, R.J., B. KORANY and P. NOBLE. (ed.), Political Liberalization and Democratization in the Arab World (volume 2): Arab Experiences, Boulder, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1998.
  • BURKE, Tara M., Ryerson Polytechnic University - Department of Psychology/Justice Studies
  • FREEDMAN, J.L. and T.M. BURKE. “The Effect of Pretrial Publicity: The Bernardo Case”, Canadian Journal of Criminology, no. 38, 1996, p. 253-270.
  • BURRIS, Christopher T., St. Jerome 's University - Department of Psychology
  • BURRIS, C.T. and L.M. JACKSON. “Social Identity and the True Believer: Responses to Threatened Self-Stereotypes Among the Intrinsically Religious”, British Journal of Social Psychology, no. 39, 2000, p. 257-278.
  • BURRIS, C.T., N.R. BRANSCOMBE and L.M. JACKSON. “'For God and Country': Religion and the Endorsement of National Self-Stereotypes”, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, no. 31, 2000, p. 382-392.
  • BURFOOT, Annette Jane, Queen's University - Department of Sociology
  • BURFOOT, A.J. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Reproductive Technologies, Boulder (Colorado), Westview Press, 1999.
  • BURFOOT, A.J. “Technologies of Panic at the Movies: Killer Viruses, Warrior Women and Men in Distress”, in S. Brodribb (ed.), Reclaiming the Future, Charlottetown, Gynergy Books, 1999.
  • BYERS, Sandra, University of New Brunswick - Department of Psychology
  • CLARK, D.A., C. PURDON and E.S. BYERS. “Appraisal and Control of Sexual and Non-Sexual Intrusive Thoughts in University Students”, Behaviour Research and Therapy, no. 38, 2000, p. 429-455.
  • PRICE, E.L., E.S. BYERS, H.A. SEARS, J. WHELAN and M. SAINT-PIERRE. The Dating Violence Research Team. Dating Violence Amongst Students in Grades 7, 9, and 11 in New Brunswick: A Summary of Two Studies, Fredericton, The Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research, 2000.
  • BYRNE, Barbara M., University of Ottawa - Department of Psychology
  • BYRNE, B.M. Structural Equation Modeling with LISREL. PRELIS and SIMPLIS: Basic Concepts, Applications and Programming, Mahwah (NJ), Erlbaum, 1998.
  • BYRNE, B.M. “Academic Self-Concept: Its Structure, Measurement, and Relation with Academic Achievement”, in B.A. Bracken (ed.), Handbook of Self-Concept: Developmental, Social and Clinical Considerations, New York, Wiley, 1999, p. 287-316.
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