Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) funding

Posted on Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Insight Grants

  • Richard Clément (School of Psychology), Confiance langagière : contexte et conséquences
  • Miles Corak (Graduate School of Public and International Affairs), The Geography of Intergenerational Mobility
  • Simon Lapierre (School of Social Work), Domestic Violence and Parental Alienation
  • André Lecours (School of Political Studies), Nationalism and Self-Determination Claims in Belgium, Canada, Spain and the United Kingdom
  • Shoshana Magnet (Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies), Automating Emotions
  • Andrea Martinez (Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies), Women Building Social and Solidarity Economy Through Urban Agricultural Cooperatives
  • Martin Meunier (School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies), Vers la sortie du catholicisme culturel au Québec
  • Christabelle Sethna (Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies), London Calling: Embodied Mobility, Abortion Tourism and the Global City
  • Daniel Stockemer (School of Political Studies), The Physical Attractiveness of Deputies, the Electoral System Type and Candidates' Electoral Success

Insight Development Grants

  • Carolyn Côté-Lussier (Department of Criminology), Emotion, Intuition and Public Support for Harsh Criminal Justice Policy
  • Janique Dubois (School of Political Studies), Building Knowledge and Models of Métis Self Government in Canada
  • Maral Kichian (Graduate School of Public and International Affairs), RealTime Data to Enhance the Usefulness of Policy Models
  • Maria Rogers (School of Psychology), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and academic functioning in university students: An investigation of risk and protective factors
  • Marjorie Silverman (School of Social Work), Caring across generations. The lived experiences and life course impact of young adults caring for parents and grandparents
  • Susan Spronk (School of International Development and Global Studies), With Strings Attached? Women's Empowerment, Conditionalities and Cash Transfer Programs in Bolivia and South Africa
  • Kristel Thomassin (School of Psychology), "Boys Don't Cry!" A Mixed Methods Analysis of Parents’ Sextyped Beliefs about Emotion Experiences in Boys versus Girls
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