Now showing items 85-89 of 89

    • Visions of Food Sovereign Land Tenure in Saskatchewan 

      Beingessner, Naomi (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-01)
      A radically different vision of access to and control over land, as the basis of a new food system, is necessary in striving for a socially and ecologically just agriculture. Using data from indepth interviews of farmers ...
    • What makes relationships with teachers caring? Perceptions of youth "at-promise" 

      Bielenka, Oleksandra (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      The purpose of this study is to examine how youths in alternative educational settings view caring relationships with their teachers. In this study caring relationships with teachers are viewed as a factor contributing to ...
    • Whose Score is it Anyway? Improvisation in the early 18th Century 

      Stubbe, Sarah (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-01)
      Upon hearing the phrase “classical music”, most of us conjure up the image of a sprawling symphony, where many players are united in a single artistic vision – usually that of the composer’s. The score is strictly adhered ...
    • Women's and War in the Southern Sudan: Dinka Women's Stories 

      Akok, Regina (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-01)
      History is often written by men with little thought to the perspectives of women, particularly in patriarchal societies. Consequently female narratives about war, notions of nationhood, the state, identity and marginalization ...
    • Workplace Learning and Their Outcomes: A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study of an International Organization in Thailand 

      Suapa, Nirach (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      The study sought to discover participants’ definition of success and factors that they associated with the success and failure of workplace learning programs in an international organization in Thailand. The findings were ...