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Social Conflict in Western Canada from the Settlement Period to World War II
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In nine pages this paper discusses the various social grievances and conflicts that have emerged between the various classes living in the western Canadian provinces of British Columbia and the prairies (Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba) and central Canada from the settlement period to the Second World War. Ten sources are listed in the bibliography.
Filename: TGwcansoc.rtf

Societal Changes in Canada: Late 1800s and Early 1900s
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A 5 page discussion of the societal changes which occurred in Canada in the late 1800s, early 1900s. Relies on two books: Paul Voisey's "Vulcan: The Makings of a Prairie Community" and Joy Parr's "The Gender of Breadwinners: Women, Men, and Change in Two Industrial Towns, 1880-1950". Emphasizes that the changes which were occurring are attributable to both men and women, both simultaneously and unpredictably by class as well as gender. Concludes that many of these changes are attributable to the change in lifestyles which were occurring with the transition from an agriculture based society to an industrial one. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPCn20th.doc

Sociological Theories in Regards to Divorce in Canada: An Examination of Five Newspaper Articles
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This is a 5 page paper examining social theories in regards to five Canadian newspaper articles on divorce. An examination of five recent articles found in Canadian newspapers regarding divorce in Canada has touched on several sociological theories. Largely, liberal feminism theories have been prevalent in regards to the accessibility of divorce to women which has occurred within the last century. This accessibility is seen as a step toward equal opportunity for women. However, from an economic standpoint, women are seen as better off within a marriage as the rate of divorced women with families has gradually increased over the years as women not only have lower overall incomes but also have the increased financial responsibility of the custody of the children in most cases. Lastly, Parsons’ theories relating to the function of the family unit relate to articles which show how the socialization of the children and the stabilization of the adult personality are not continued when divorce separates a family. Sociological theories were summarized by notes provided by customer. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Sociology of Crime Against and by People of the First Nations of Canada
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This 8 page report discusses the various aspects associated with the “sociology of crime” as it exists in terms of Canada’s indigenous peoples. The paper addresses the ways in which Satzewich and Wotherspoon consider the many ways in which the social dynamics of Canada that have been defined by virtue of racial and class distinctions have shaped the lives of generations of indigenous Canadians. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWcancrm.rtf


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