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Research highlights

The following is a list of funded research projects currently underway in 2019-2020

Insight Grants
Examination of Protection and Assistance Measures for Foreign Nationals Trafficked to Canada

Applicant: Sasha Baglay, PhD
Co-applicant: Idil Atak, PhD
Collaborators: James C. Brown, Varka Kalaydzhieva, PhD


The Multidimensional Development Impacts of Canadian-supported Investments and Policy Initiatives Abroad: The Case of Tourism and Charter Cities in Honduras

Applicant: Timothy MacNeill, PhD


Restructuring Work: Labour and the Organization of Global Capitalism

Applicant: Scott Aquanno, PhD
Co-applicant: Toba Bryant, PhD
Collaborator: Hilde Zitzelsberger, PhD


Using Science-Based Interviewing Techniques to Generate Accurate and Believable Alibis from Innocent Suspects
Applicant: Joseph D. Eastwood, PhD
Co-applicant: Brent Snook, PhD
Understanding and Enhancing the Narratives of Immigrant Youth

Applicant: Lindsay C. Malloy, PhD
Collaborators: Hilary E. Cameron, PhD, Jacqueline Evans, PhD

 

Insight Development Grants
Constructing the mental health crisis: Narrative sources and media consumption by emerging adults and postsecondary institutions

Applicant: Sharon Lauricella, PhD
Co-applicants: Geoffrey Navara, PhD, Elaine Scharfe, PhD


Gathering Input from Seniors on Legal and Ethical Issues Related to use of Social Robots for In-Home Support

Applicant: Andrea Slane, PhD
Co-applicants: Patrick Hung, PhD, Barbara Marshall, PhD, Isabel Pedersen, PhD
Collaborators: Jane Bailey, PhD, Kirsten Ellison, PhD, Valerie Steeves, PhD


Using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) to Evaluate the Existence of Virtuous and Non-virtuous Motives to Empathize

Applicant: Matthew Shane, PhD

 

SSHRC Small Grants
Collaborative Resource Management through Free, Prior and Informed Consent

Applicant: Natalie Oman, PhD


Impact of Viewing Body-Worn Camera Footage on Reports of Critical Incidents

Applicant: Brian Cutler, PhD


An Examination of Bullying through Twitter

ApplicantKarla Dhungana Sainju, PhD


Young People's Perceptions of Their Interactions with Police

Carla Cesaroni, PhD, Phillip Shon, PhD, Christopher O'Connor, PhD


Exploring New Methods in Citizen Education and Engagement

Tyler Frederick, PhD, Scott Aquanno, PhD, Christopher O'Connor, PhD


The Social Media "Hook-Up" Culture for Racialized Women in Post-Secondary Institutions

Arshia Zaidi, PhD, Olga Marques, PhD

 

Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada Contributions Program projects
Involving Seniors and Caregivers in Developing Privacy Best Practices: Towards the Development of Social Support Technologies for Seniors

Project leader: Andrea Slane, PhD