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ISSUE 76/ VOLUME 76

 

Welcome to issue 76 of The Canadian Review of Social Policy/ Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale, continuing our engagement with progressive scholarship and research on Canadian social policy! We hope you are challenged by these critical explorations of Canadian social policies.

Bienvenue au volume 76 de la Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale/ Canadian Review of Social Policy, où nous continuons notre engagement avec la politique sociale progressive canadienne! Nous espérons que ces explorations critiques de politique sociales canadiennes vous interpelleront.

 

Nous vous invitons à le lire ici/We invite you to read it here: 

 

                       

Editorial by Wendy McKeen.

Articles:


Motherhood and Unemployment: Intersectional Experiences from Canada, by Dr. Leslie J. Nichols

 

Limited and Limiting Conversations about the Poor: Elizabethan Prescriptions to Poverty in the Canadian Press, by Dr. Robert Harding, University of the Fraser Valley

 

L’engagement politique et militant de la Coalition pour l’équité salariale : analyse de la lutte de reconnaissance des emplois de proximité occupés par les femmes au Nouveau-Brunswick, par Lise Savoie et Dr. Marie-Andrée Pelland, Universite de Moncton

 

The case of Ashley Smith: Policy window or policy failure? Dr. Dawn Onishenko and Julie Erbland,  Ryerson University

 

Housing and Stress: Examining the physical and mental health differences between homeless and formerly homeless individuals, by Kristen A Desjarlais-deKlerk

 

Commentary:

For Professional Educators, What Is ‘Meaningful Collaboration’? by Dr. J.C. Blokhuis, University of Waterloo.

 

Book Reviews/Recensions

A book review by Dr. Tobin LeBlanc Haley: Disability, Right Monitoring, and Social Change: Building Power Out of Evidence" (2015) Edited by Marcia H. Rioux, Paula C. Pinto and Gillian Parekh. Toronto: Canadian Scholars' Press.

 

 

A book review by Nicole Leach: "Purchase for Profit: Public-private partnerships and Canada's health care system" (2015) by Heather Whiteside, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

 

 
Posted: 2017-03-02
 

Special Issue 75 – Emerging Research / Édition Spéciale 75 – Nouvelles Recherches

 

 "CRSP is pleased to launch our first issue devoted to the scholarship of graduate students in Social Policy / Social Work.   

 The articles in this issue demonstrate a keen commitment to social policy and equity issues in relation to how history, culture, workers, and youth are positioned and shaped to keep dominant voices, ideas and actors at the helm of public life."  

"RCPS est ravie de présenter sa toute première édition dédiée au travail de recherché des étudiants de cycles supérieurs en politique sociale et en travail social. 

Les articles dans cette édition démontrent un engagement indéfectible pour la politique sociale et les questions d’équité reliées à l’histoire, à la culture, aux travailleuses et travailleurs, et aux jeunes qui sont positionnés et configurés afin de garder les voix, les idées, et les acteurs dominants en charge de la vie publique." 

- Anne O'Connell, Co-Editor, Special Issue 75

Articles:

“The brains of a nation”: The eugenicist roots of Canada’s mental health field and the building of a white non-disabled nation by Edward Hon-Sing Wong

http://crsp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/crsp/article/view/40261

(Re)constructing and (re)habilitating the disabled body: World War One era disability policy and its enduring ramifications by AJ Withers

http://crsp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/crsp/article/view/40241

Journey to Freedom Day Act”: The making of the Vietnamese subject in Canada and the erasure of the Vietnam War by Anh Ngo

http://crsp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/crsp/article/view/40262

Inspection, policing, and racism: How municipal by-laws endanger the lives of Chinese sex workers in Toronto by Elene Lam

http://crsp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/crsp/article/view/40263

Affirmative governmentality and the politics of youth inclusion: A critical analysis of youth voice and engagement in dominant political discourse in Ontario by Maria Bernard

http://crsp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/crsp/article/view/40264

 

Book Review/Recension

What's happened to politics? By Bob Rae, Simon &Schuster, 2015, by Irena Djukic

http://crsp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/crsp/article/view/40265

Editorial/ Éditorial by Anne O'Connell

http://crsp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/crsp/article/view/4026

 

The special issue can be previewed for a short time online here: http://crsp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/crsp/issue/view/2310

 

You also can subscribe to our journal online with an individual ($60/yr) student ($30/yr) or institutional ($150/yr) subscription.

 

We would like to thank the dedicated work of our anonymous reviewers who made this issue's publication possible, as well as the School for Social Work and York University for providing in-kind support without which we could not function.

We hope you enjoy this issue of emerging and challenging research in social policy.

 

Finally, but not least we would like to thank you, our readers, for continuing to support progressive social policy researh and scholarship in Canada.

 

Cath Duchastel de Montrouge

Managing Editor

Canadian Review of Social Policy/ Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale

 
Posted: 2016-04-28
 

ISSUE 74/ VOLUME 74

 

Welcome to issue 74 of The Canadian Review of Social Policy/ Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale, continuing our engagement with progressive scholarship and research on Canadian social policy! In this general issue 74 articles address issues faced by vulnerable populations in Canada. We hope you are challenged by these critical explorations of Canadian social policies.

Bienvenue au volume 74 de la Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale/ Canadian Review of Social Policy, où nous continuons notre engagement avec la politique sociale progressive canadienne! Dans cette édition 74 les articles abordent des problématiques rencontrées par certaines populations vulnérables au Canada. Nous espérons que ces explorations critiques de politique sociales canadiennes vous interpelleront.

 

Nous vous invitons à le lire ici/ We invite you to read it here: 

http://crsp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/crsp/issue/view/2307

                       

With an editorial by Wendy McKeen.

Articles

Homelessness among older people: Assessing strategies and frameworks across Canada by Amanda Grenier, Rachel Barken, Tamara Sussman, David W. Rothwell, and Valérie Bourgeois-Guérin

Participation des personnes assistées sociales à la mesure de formation de la main-d’oeuvre (MFOR): Caractéristiques et résultats de fin de participation  par Ysabel Provencher, Rachel Lépine et Hans Ivers.

Playing with motherhood: The politics of leisure and the transition to motherhood in Montreal and Toronto by Stephanie Paterson, Dawn Trussell, Shannon Hebblethwaite, Meredith Evans, and Trisha Xing.

Aboriginal child welfare in British Columbia and unequal power relations: A critical discourse analysis by Travis Holyk and Dr. Henry G.Harder 

Book Reviews/Recensions

A book review by James Michael FitzGerald, of Shauna MacKinnon’s “Decolonizing Employment: Aboriginal Inclusion in Canada’s Labour Market”, published in 2015 by the University of Manitoba Press.

A book review by Rebecca Jane Hall of “Northern Communities Working Together: The Social Economy of Canada’s North” edited by Chris Southcott, published by University of Toronto Press in 2015.

 
Posted: 2016-04-26
 

ISSUES 72/73 - VOLUMES 72/73

 

Bienvenue aux volumes 72/73 de la Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale/ Canadian Review of Social Policy, ou nous continuons notre engagement avec la politique sociale progressive canadienne.

Welcome to issues 72/73 of The Canadian Review of Social Policy/ Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale, continuing our engagement with progressive scholarship and research on Canadian social policy.

Nous vous invitons à le lire ici/ We invite you to read it here:  http://crsp.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/crsp/issue/view/2306

Articles

 “Equity in Times of Austerity: Ontario’s Revenue Crisis in Historical Perspective”by Arne Ruckert, Sam Caldbick, Ronald Labonté

 “Between the Abuser and the Street: An Intersectional Analysis of Housing Challenges for Abused Women” by Margaret Little

 “Risk and protective factors of precarious housing among Aboriginal people living in urban centres in Alberta, Canada” by Micheal L. Shier, John R. Graham, Eriko Fukuda, and Alina Turner.

 “Kinship care in an era of cost containment” by Richard Sullivan, Margo Nelson, and Amanda Oliver

 “Quick to punish: An examination of the school to prison pipeline for marginalized youth” by Abigail Salole and Zakaria Abdulle.

And,

 « Implantations des politiques sociales québécoises de soutien à domicile des aînés : Une analyse critique pour mieux comprendre les enjeux liés au bénévolat » par Julie Castonguay, Marie Beaulieu, et Andrée Sévigny.

            Book Reviews/Recensions

 A book review by Anna Lerner, of Sherene Razack’s “Dying From Improvement: Inquests and Inquiries into Indigenous Deaths in Custody”, published in 2015 by the University of Toronto Press.

 and

A book review by Marisa Barnhart of “Mohawk Interruptus: Political Life Across the Borders of Settler States” by Audra Simpson, published by Duke University Press in 2014.

 
Posted: 2016-01-25
 

Call For Papers: THE CANADIAN REVIEW OF SOCIAL POLICY/ REVUE CANADIENNE DE POLITIQUE SOCIALE - APPEL Á CONTRIBUTIONS – VOLUME AUTOMNE 2016

 

La Canadian Review of Social Policy/Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale cherche présentement des articles pour considération d’inclusion dans le volume Automne 2016.

La date limite pour la soumission des articles est le 30 avril 2016.

CRSP/RCPS est particulièrement intéressé a publier des articles qui examine de façon critique la politique sociale canadienne, ses contextes, et son impact sur la société canadienne. Les sujets abordés dans CRSP/RCPS partage un intérêt pour la justice sociale, les procédés de marginalisation, et l’impact qu’ont les discours et des débats politiques sur la structuration de la vie des Canadiennes et Canadiens.

 
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Call For Papers: THE CANADIAN REVIEW OF SOCIAL POLICY/ REVUE CANADIENNE DE POLITIQUE SOCIALE - CALL FOR PAPERS – ISSUE FALL 2016

 

The Canadian Review of Social Policy/Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale is delighted to invite potential contributors to submit their work for our upcoming Fall 2016 issue.

Deadline for submission of papers is April 30th 2016.

CRSP/RCPS is particularly interested in articles which critically examine social policies, their contexts and impact on Canadian society. Journal topics commonly share an interest in social justice issues, marginalization processes, and the impact of political discourses and debates in shaping the structures of Canadians’ lives.

 
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Special Features: Themed Open Access Articles

 
In anticipation of the 2014 issue on Aboriginal People and social policy, we are looking back at past articles we have published on the topic. These archived articles have been made open access for a limited time. Download "First Nations Citizenship" , "Feminism and First" Nations , "First Nations Social Service Administrators" , "Qualitative Analysis of Oral Testimony" , "Extending Aboriginal Control over Child Welfare Services", and "Stretched beyond Human Limits".
 
Posted: 2013-05-07
 
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