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    • Privacy, Intimacy and Surveillance 

      Rojan, Feyawz (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      We all have a sense of privacy and intimacy in this world. It is intuitive that we should be concerned with the protection of our privacy. But what does privacy really mean to creatures such as ourselves who seem dependent ...
    • The Purple Public Administration of Saskatchewan 

      Fullmer, C. Scott (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-01)
      The public service in Saskatchewan has had difficulty defining the relationship with the political masters. It has been a long held principle that the public service should be willing to serve the elected despite ideological ...
    • Raiders of the lost hrc: The search for the elusive Pantoea agglomerans Type III Secretion System 

      Kirzinger, Morgan; Stavrinides, John (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      Type III Secretion Systems (T3SS) are complex extracellular nanomachines used by Gram-negative bacteria to inject virulence factors directly into their hosts. The T3SS, often referred to as a hrc cluster, is made up of 20 ...
    • Recognition of International Medical Credentials in Canada and the European Union 

      Vychodilova, Petra (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      Highly skilled immigrants with professional qualifications earned outside Canada often experience barriers to entering the Canadian labour force. Although highly skilled immigrants contribute significantly to Canada´s ...
    • Reconstruction of a Learner Self: A Phenomenological Study with Youth and Young Adults Post-Incarceration 

      Nelson, Rhonda (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      The presentation will focus on a study aiming to understand the phenomenon of `self as learner` among older youth and young adults who have not been successful within the regular education system and who have experienced ...
    • Regional Health Authorities: An Effective Policy Instrument to Deliver a Successful Population Health Strategy? 

      Mills, Adam T. (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-01)
      The regionalization of health care in Saskatchewan was pursued to accomplish two principal goals: to achieve cost savings and economic efficiencies; and to redistribute resources from the traditional illness model to one ...
    • Repressed Identities 

      McMillan, Caitlyn Jean (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-01)
      Exploring the Canadian Queer identity, Caitlyn will present her studies from a travels to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, New York, New York, Banff, Alberta, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Halifax, Nova Scotia and Toronto, Ontario exploring ...
    • Running on Empty: Alberta's pending resource problems 

      Oram, Michael (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-01)
      Southern Alberta is facing a looming resource crisis that surprisingly has nothing to do with oil. The South Saskatchewan River Basin, which is the only river system that does not flow north, is at or has exceeded maximum ...
    • Saskatchewan Lotteries: A History of How Amateur Sport Volunteers Secured the Provincial Lottery as a Fundraiser for Sport, Culture and Recreation 

      Gidluck, Lynn (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      Saskatchewan is the only jurisdiction in Canada where the nonprofit sector manages, operates and distributes the proceeds from a state lottery (Azmier 1999 and Canadian Partnership for Responsible Gambling 2010). Since ...
    • Social Anxiety Disorder Constructs: Beyond Fearing Negative Evaluation 

      Teale, Michelle J.N.; Carleton, R. Nicholas; Asmundson, Gordon J.G. (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      Social anxiety disorder (SAD) is a severely distressing disorder that interferes with activities of daily living for 7-13% of the population, making it a significant mental health concern (Kessler et al., 2005). Pioneering ...
    • Stressors and coping strategies of older adults as caregivers in the era of HIV/AIDS: A case study of Botswana. 

      Forcheh, Irene; Bockarie, Abu (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      Background: The HIV/AIDS pandemic in Botswana is having a devastating effect on families and disintegrating the traditional family structures where older adults are becoming the main caregivers instead of care receivers. ...
    • Studies of the Performance of CO2 Absorption in New Synthesized Chemical Solvent (DEAB) and MDEA/MEA Mixture 

      Naami, Abdulaziz; Edali, Mohamed; Sema, Teerawat; Idem, Raphael; Tontiwachwuthikul, Paitoon (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-01)
      A study of the performance of the absorption of CO2 in an aqueous solution of a primary alkanolamine was evaluated experimentally in a lab-scale absorber packed with a high efficiency DX structured packing and compared ...
    • Survivorship Capabilities of Environmental and Clinical Pantoea Isolates 

      Pettit, Maggi; Stavrinides, John (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      Bacteria are found in almost all environments, and have adapted to withstand the conditions within their environment. For human pathogens this is especially important since they have to be able to adapt to a variety of ...
    • Thrice Homeless: The Exile Experience of Arnold Schoenberg 

      Minevich, Sam (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      The composer Arnold Schoenberg can be seen as representative of the secular element of Jewish society in Germany during the pre-Second World War era. Like many of his contemporaries Schoenberg converted to Catholicism in ...
    • Tracing Ghosts: The Uncanny Appropriation of History 

      Edge, Cara (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-01)
      Dark deeds and spectral beings have long been part of the Gothic tradition so it is not surprising that they would play a large role in Margaret Atwood’s oeuvre, given her academic training and personal interest in the ...
    • Transformations: Consciousness Expansion and Addictions Treatment 

      Payne, Dylan (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      This project will explore how consciousness studies can inform and enrich current approaches to the treatment of addictions. Consciousness has historically been neglected in the study of psychology as it is difficult to ...
    • Twofold-Affecting Model: A Pattern of Cultural Influence on the Development of China 

      Yue, Hu (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      My research focuses on China’s development, particularly on the political and social areas. One puzzle of the area is whether China could be democratized after its economic emergence? My answer is: China can be democratized, ...
    • Ultrastructure and physical properties of Escherichia coli expressing a plant pathogen protein responsible for inter-species infectivity 

      Madarati, Cheghaf; Dahms, Tanya (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-02)
      Phytopathogenic bacteria Pantoea stewartii subsp. stewartii (DC 283) has been demonstrated to aggregate in the gut and causes the death of the pea aphid (Acyrthosiphon pisum) by a flocculating behaviour that prevents honey ...
    • Understanding the Implications of Health Anxiety Following Breast Cancer Diagnosis 

      Gullickson, Kirsten; Hadjistavropoulos, Heather; Jones, Shannon (University of Regina Graduate Students' Association, 2011-04-01)
      Health anxiety refers to excessive worry about and preoccupation with ill health and can be triggered when diagnosed with a medical condition. Existing research suggests that elevated health anxiety is associated with ...
    • 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 ...