3 edition of The idealogy of reform and the Canadian university found in the catalog.
The idealogy of reform and the Canadian university
Written in English
|Statement||by Daniel A. Drache|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 210 leaves|
|Number of Pages||210|
Canadian health policy has rejected the language of consumer sovereignty in favor of the language of need. However, balancing consumerism against need is an ongoing tension. Most recent reform documents—in Canada and abroad—pay deference to both the language of patient rights and the language of evidence-based medicine, with little attention to how these potentially conflicting concepts Cited by: Reform of teacher education and of the teaching profession became a key item on the agenda of the 80's. The Holmes Group, a consortium of 96 higher-education institutions, called for an overhaul.
Although they represented an array of political positions and advocated a range of strategies to deal with what they deemed problems, historians have come to term this impulse "urban reform" or the "urban reform movement." This book considers the history of reform ideology in Canada. Reading Diversity through Canadian Picture Books is a valuable resource for educators and academics engaged in multicultural pedagogy in Canada and diversity and literacy education.” Judith Saltman, Chair, Master of Arts in Children’s Literature Program, and Professor, School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies, University of.
Further Reading. R. Bothwell, Canada and the United States: The Politics of Partnership (); R. Bothwell, I. Drummond and J. English, Canada since Power, Politics, and Provincialism (rev ed ); W. Christian and C. Campbell, Political Parties and Ideologies in Canada (3rd ed ); R.D. Francis, R. Jones and D. B. Smith, Origins, Canadian History to Confederation (3rd ed ) and. "Political Songs". The Canadian Encyclopedia, 20 January , one example is the Civic Reform March [no words] by Cecil Birkett, issued in Ottawa in [no publisher], distributed free 'with the compliments of Alderman W.D. Morris, candidate for Mayor for Platform - Honest Civic Government.' The book includes political songs.
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Kurt Korneski, Race, Nation, and Reform Ideology in Winnipeg, s–s (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ) This is a remarkable little book. Although coming in at just slightly over pages – including endnotes – it manages to pack a brief and theoretically The idealogy of reform and the Canadian university book précis of Canadian and Winnipeg history, Author: Jim Mochoruk.
Winner of the Harold Adams Innis Prize, Politics and Ideology in Canada examines a period of crucial historical change in Canada, beginning in the mids when the crisis of the Keynesian welfare state precipitated a transition to a new political order based on the progressive "downsizing" of state involvement in the economy and society.
There is no more compelling argument for Canadian family law reform than this book. Ideology and Dysfunction in Family Law is a soon-to-be classic and a must-read for anyone interested in families or family law in Canada.
Paul Millar, Nipissing University. There is no dearth of material on the bias against fathers in western family courts. The rise of the so-called New Right is a phenomenon throughout the Western world.
In Canada it has taken the form of the Canadian Alliance, formerly known as the Reform Party. This book is the first serious critical examination of the Canadian Alliance and the Reform Party ideology. It addresses the most distinctive and politically significant dimensions of the party's understanding of and.
Reform's preference for market-based over political decision-making is identified as a key foundation of their explanation and remedies for the crisis in Canadian democracy. A review of Reform's blending of older populist critiques with modern neo-conservative perspectives on this problem clarifies the party's distinctiveness and by: Canadian family law reform than this book.
Ideology and Disfunction in Family Law is a soon-to-be classic and a must-read for anyone interested in families or family law in Canada.
- Dr. Paul Millar, Nipissing University. Abstract. The term ‘neoliberalism’ denotes new forms of political-economic governance premised on the extension of market relationships. In critical social science literatures the term has usurped labels referring to specific political projects (Thatcherism, Regeanomics, Rogernomics), and is more widely used than its counterparts including, for example, economic rationalism, monetarism Cited by: The Mito Ideology: Discourse, Reform, and Insurrection in Late Tokugawa Japan, Volume 23 of Center for Japanese Studies, UC Berkeley Discourse, Reform, and Insurrection in Late Tokugawa Japan: Author: J.
Victor Koschmann: Publisher: University of California Press, ISBN:Length: pages: Export Citation. Canadianism or Canadian patriotism refers to a patriotism involving cultural attachment of Canadians to Canada as their homeland.
It has been identified as related, though in some cases distinct, to Canadian nationalism. In contemporary times, this patriotism has commonly emphasized Canada as a multicultural cosmopolitan society. History. In the current Canadian context, the concept, "multiculturalism" is widely used in at least three senses: 1) to refer to the multi-ethnic composition of the population of Canada (The Canadian Mosaic), 2) to refer to the federal government policy, and 3) to refer to the ideology of cultural pluralism underlying the Cited by: The ideology that dominates our lives has, for most of us, no name.
Mention it in conversation and you’ll be rewarded with a shrug. Even if your. "Many books on the Harper years have the taint of polemic and hysteria. Not this one. I highly recommend it." Thomas M.J. Bateman The Canadian Historical Review Vol June "The Blueprint is comprehensive and fills an important void.
It is a careful and reflective assessment of Harper’s legacy as prime minister that avoids portraying. The forces of reform, on the other hand, asserted that Upper Canada was not and could not become a re-creation of Great Britain and that to deny its position in North America could only lead to internal dissent and eventual amalgamation with the United by: The forces of reform, on the other hand, asserted that Upper Canada was not and could not become a re-creation of Great Britain and that to deny its position in North America could only lead to internal dissent and eventual amalgamation with the United : Jane Errington.
The top 10 percent owned about 85 percent of property at the time of the stock market crash, for example, before a few decades of New Deal policies, progressive taxation, and political reform. Abstract. This paper examines the concepts of ideology and relative autonomy as they have been applied in critical Canadian criminology.
It is argued that criminologists have oversimplified the relationship between criminal law and state structure in Canada: first, because of their general failure to recognize that intensifying crime control is consensus-promoting, not consensus-threatening Cited by: 1. 38 Ornstein, Michael, “ The Political Ideology of the Canadian Capitalist Class,” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 23 (), – ; Coleman, William D., “ Interest Groups and Democracy in Canada,” Canadian Public Administration 30 (), ; and Bliss, “‘Rich by Nature, Poor by Policy,’” Cited by: 5.
Widespread debate about how to reform the U.S. immigration system has become a major theme in this year’s presidential race. The growing awareness of an estimated 11 million undocumented.
Downloadable. Although many governments have used the ideology of economic rationalism to justify restructuring the welfare state, dismantling Canadian social programs has been motivated by far more than concern about high public debt. Federal/provincial politics and especially the fear that the Quebec separatist movement will shatter the Canadian federation have been primary motives in.
David is a year-old Canadian student currently attending the University of Guelph. He currently studies Public Management and economics with hopes of one day becoming an accomplished journalist.
David enjoys reporting on global events and actively try to make a difference in the world. David Laycock is a professor in the Department of Political Science at Simon Fraser University. He is the author of Populism and Democratic Thought in the Canadian Prairies, to and The New Right and Democracy in Canada: Understanding Reform and the Canadian is also the editor of Representation and Democratic Theory and, with Lynda Erickson, of Reviving Social Democracy.From toin an unprecedented development in Canadian politics, three different parties governed the province of Ontario, each for a five-year period.
Each party sought to reform the province’s welfare program in keeping with its ideological by: 9.ran on Octo Other Canadian political ideology academic studies will be mentioned to provide an example of a place within Canadian political science where speculation on cabinet ministers’ ideology could be considered and to support the notion that the political environment.