Tag Archives: Canada

On SAGE Insight: The performance of the Canadian and Australian health systems

From Healthcare Management Forum Canada and Australia share similarities in political culture, values, and institutional arrangements. Both are federations with a large land area, low population density, and many remote areas. One point of difference is that Canada has a … Continue reading

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Women managers’ promotion limits in a ‘knowledge economy’

Family binds and glass ceilings: women managers’ promotion limits in a ‘knowledge economy’ From Critical Sociology Women have experienced numerous inequities in paid labor. They have been most severely under­represented in the most powerful managerial positions. There is nothing inherent … Continue reading

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SAGE at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Fredericton, New Brunswick

Since last Friday, SAGE has been meeting and greeting academics in the social sciences in Canada for the Congress of  the Humanities and Social Sciences in Fredericton, New Brunswick. We’ve had the opportunity to speak with countless professors, grad students … Continue reading

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Immigrant volunteering a stepping stone to integration?

From: Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly It is common for immigrants to join religious and social organizations and associations in an attempt to connect and integrate. One less obvious avenue is volunteering.  This article recognizes immigrants have so far been an … Continue reading

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