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Relationships between Culture and Masculine Identity Development in South Asian Canadian Immigrants
This thesis used the combined analysis of traditional theory, empirical data, and lived experience to analyze the relationship between culture and masculine identity development in South Asian, Canadian first and second ...
What Can Death and Dying Teach? An Autoethnography of the Retrospective Transformative Properties of Grief
This research explores the lived experience of meaningful incidences of post traumatic growth following the death of a loved one. Using an autoethnographic approach the study explores two siblings’ experiences of living ...
Single mothers' narratives of strength, with a focus on resiliency and resourcefulness
There is a substantial body of literature that focuses on the supposed detrimental impact of single mothers on themselves, their children and on society. The aim of this research is to bring more attention to the strengths, ...
Optimism and Counselling, Subjective Wellbeing and Mental as well as Physical Health
It is common for people to say either I am unhappy or I just want to be happy. So what makes people happy? This is a question that interests me and I also find that it interests many people as well. Sometimes individuals ...
Being a girl: How young girls respond to social messages
The purpose of this qualitative case study was to examine the research question: How does the application of response-based practice theory to the responses of female identifying youth inform professionals who support them? ...
Intimate Partner Violence Among South Asian Women: Conceptualizing Culture, Building Resilience and Increasing Cultural Competency of Counsellors
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is an issue that impacts all nationalities, ethnicities and cultures, and is continuing to gain more acknowledgement the more IPV is openly addressed. The South Asian culture is built on ...