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A1(a)Political Realignment and the Restructuring of the Canadian Social Contract
Joint Session with Canadian Historical Association / Séance conjointe avec Société historique du Canada
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Administrative Services Building 120+

session details / détails de la séance: A1(a)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Président: Eric Sager (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Michael Behiels (University of Ottawa) : From the 'Nanny State' to the 'National Security State': Prime Minister Harper's Transformation of the Social Contract with Canadian Citizens?

Michael Prince (University of Victoria) : From Social Investment to Night Watchman:Shifting Roles of the Federal State in Canada

Robert Talbot (University of Ottawa) : Rebranding Canada in the Conservative Image

Discussant/Commentateur: Eric Sager (University of Victoria)

A1(b)Social Construction and Canadian Policy Developments
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A118+

session details / détails de la séance: A1(b)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Président: Michael Orsini (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

John Grundy (Wilfrid Laurier University) : Employment Insurance Reform and 'Availability for Work' Criteria in Historical Perspective

Kristjana Loptson (University of Alberta) : The Housing Insecurity Spectrum, From Homeownership to Homelessness: A Study of Housing Policy, Household Debt, and the Public Discourse of Housing in Canada

Sule Tomkinson (Université de Montréal) : Truth is a Stubborn Beast – How Will You Handle It? Truth Seeking and Credibility Assessment During Refugee Hearings

Discussant/Commentatrice: Cheryl Collier (University of Windsor)

A2Discourses of Contemporary Conservatism: Values, Frames, Arguments and Narratives
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A307+

session details / détails de la séance: A2

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Présidente: Linda Trimble (University of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jean-Christophe Boucher (Dalhousie University), Justin Massie (University of Ottawa) : Challenging the Linguistic Divide: The French-fact Outside Quebec and the Iraq War

Kelly Gordon (University of Ottawa), Paul Saurette (University of Ottawa) : Anti-Abortionism as the New Feminism?

Shane Gunster (Simon Fraser University) : Stories in the Sands: (Re)presenting the Oil Sands in the Calgary Herald

Paul Saurette (University of Ottawa) : Cappuccino Conservatives: Choice and the Role of Government

Discussant/Commentatrice: Shannon Sampert (University of Winnipeg)

A3Lunch/Déjeuner - Roundtable: Practitioners' Views on Province-Building
Joint session with Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond and Public Amdinistration Sections / Séance conjointe avec la section Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà et Adminstration publique
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
Clearihue Building C112+

session details / détails de la séance: A3

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Président: Martin Papillon (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Ron Hicks (Former Deputy Minister, Executive Council and head of the Alberta Public Service)
Dan Perrins (Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, Former Deputy Minister to the Premier and Head of the Public Service, Government of Saskatchewan)
Tom Syer (Business Council of British Columbia, former Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of the Premier, Government of British Columbia)
Josée Bergeron (Conseillère, Secrétariat aux Affaires intergouvernementales canadiennes, Gouvernement du Québec)
A4(a)Party Systems, Transitions and Linkages
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Business and Economics Building 402+

session details / détails de la séance: A4(a)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Président: Maxime Heroux-Legault (Université d'Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jim Farney (University of Regina), Royce Koop (University of Manitoba) : Canadian Party Constituency Associations: A Democratic Audit

Jerald Sabin (University of Toronto), Paul Thomas (University of Toronto) : Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Faith Organizing and Party Politics in the Harper Era

Discussant/Commentateur: R. Kenneth Carty (University of British Columbia)

A4(b)The Politics of Ministerial Portfolios in Comparative Perspective
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A302+

session details / détails de la séance: A4(b)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Présidente: Brenda O'Neill (University of Calgary)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Andrew Banfield (Australian National University), Anthony Sayers (University of Calgary), Matthew Kerby (University of Ottawa) : Form and Function: Ministerial Portfolios and the Changing Scope of Government in Canada and Australia

J.P. Lewis (University of New Brunswick Saint John), Andrea Lawlor (McGill University) : Symbolic Reassurance or Policy Simulation? The Proliferation of Ministerial Portfolios in Canadian Provinces

Bruce Hicks (Carleton University) : Coalition Government Formation: Lessons for Canada

Luc Turgeon (Université d'Ottawa) : The Study of Canadian Politics: An Inventory and Assessment, 1980-2010

Discussant/Commentateur: Gerald Baier (University of British Columbia)

A5Parliamentary Democracy and Dynamics in the Harper Era
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A307+

session details / détails de la séance: A5

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Président: J.P. Lewis (University of New Brunswick Saint John)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jonathan Malloy (Carleton University) : Competing Logics in the Paradox of the Canadian Parliament

Geneviève Tellier (Université d'Ottawa) : Canada's New Financial Watchdog: Assessing the Influence of the Canadian Parliamentary Budget Officer in the Parliamentary Budget-Making Process

Discussant/Commentateur: J.P. Lewis (University of New Brunswick Saint John)

A6(a)Roundtable: Canadian History Under Harper: Federal Identity Initiatives in Conservative Canada (micro-lectures)
Joint Session with Canadian Historical Association / Séance conjointe avec Société historique du Canada
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A203+

session details / détails de la séance: A6(a)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Président: Matt James (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Yasmeen Abu-Laban (University of Alberta)
Adam Chapnick (Canadian Forces College)
Lyle Dick (Lyle Dick History and Heritage)
Alvin Finkel (Athabasca University)
Kiera Ladner (University of Manitoba)
Jocelyn Létourneau (Université Laval)
Alain Noël (Université de Montréal)
Veronica Strong-Boag (University of British Columbia)
Daniel Weinstock (Université de Montréal)
Reg Whitaker (University of Victoria)

Discussant/Commentatrice - 1: Avigail Eisenberg (University of Victoria)

Discussant/Commentateur - 2: Bryan Palmer (Trent University)

This roundtable employs the micro-lecture format. Each of the 10 participants will address the question of "History Under Harper" for a maximum of 3 minutes. The two discussants will also each offer 3-minute responses when the presenters are done; these responses will serve as springboards for a robust exchange of views involving the panelists, the discussants, and the audience.

A6(b)Federal/ Provincial Voting Patterns, Party Linkages and Ministerial Portfolios
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building D132+

session details / détails de la séance: A6(b)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Président: Ian McAllister (Australian National University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Clark Banack (York University) : A 'Western Canadian' Democracy? Populism and the Evolution of Parliamentary Government in Canada

Richard Johnston (University of British Columbia) : Janus-Faced Electorates: Federal-Provincial Discrepancies in Canadian Electoral History

Scott Pruysers (Carleton University) : Party Linkages in Federal States: An Examination of Elections and Parties in Ontario and Canada

Discussant/Commentateur: Jeffrey Karp (Australian National University)

A7(a)Roundtable: The Canadian Conservative Party and the Politics of Immigration, Citizenship and Multiculturalism
Joint session with the Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics Section / Séance conjointe avec la section Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A203+

session details / détails de la séance: A7(a)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Président: Phil Triadafilopoulos (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Yasmeen Abu-Laban (University of Alberta)
Matt James (University of Victoria)
Daniel Salée (Concordia University)
Phil Triadafilopoulos (University of Toronto)
A7(b)Executive Power in Canada
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building C108+

session details / détails de la séance: A7(b)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Président: Kelly Blidook (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Dennis Baker (University of Guelph) : The Politics of Pardons: What the Prerogative of Mercy Teaches Us About Canadian Executive Power

Philippe Lagassé (University of Ottawa) : Canadian Command-in-Chief: Executive Power and Section 15 of Canada's Constitution Act, 1867

Nomi Lazar (University of Ottawa) : The Rule of Law and Legitimate Prerogative: An Argument for Flexible Government

Discussant/Commentateur: Peter H. Russell (University of Toronto)

A8Lunch/Déjeuner
05-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: A8

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

A11(a)Workshop: The Harper Era and Regional Dynamics in Canada - Change and Stasis in Regional Identities
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A205+

session details / détails de la séance: A11(a)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Présidente: Julie M. Simmons (University of Guelph)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Drew Brown (University of Alberta) : "Masters of our own House": Newfoundland Neo-Nationalism after Confederation with Canada

Jim Farney (University of Regina) : Resource Development in Saskatchewan under Wall and Harper: Complementary Conservatisms or Competing Rentiers?

Maxime Héroux-Legault (University of Toronto) : Regional Variation in Political Ideology in Canada

Tracey Raney (Ryerson University), Loleen Berdahl (University of Saskatchewan) : Regionalism in a Conservative Era: Assessing Political Identities in Canada

Discussant/Commentateur - 1: Stephen G. Tomblin (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Discussant/Commentateur - 2: Christopher Cochrane (University of Toronto)

A11(b)The 2011 Federal Election and Beyond: Campaign Tactics, Target Communities and Rhetorical Constituencies
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A206+

session details / détails de la séance: A11(b)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Présidente: Heather Millar (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Peter Malachy Ryan (MacEwan University) : The Platform as an Agenda-Setting Document: Constructing Ideal Voters and Rhetorical Communities

Alex Marland (Memorial University of Newfoundland) : What is a Political Brand?: Justin Trudeau and the Theory of Branding in Canadian Political Science

Abouzar Nasirzadeh (University of Toronto) : Minority Report: Explaining the Shift in the 'Ethnic Vote' in the Canadian Electoral Politics

Discussant/Commentatrice: Linda Trimble (University of Alberta)

A12(a)Workshop: The Harper Era and Regional Dynamics in Canada - Relationship Between Federal Legislative Developments and Regional Tensions
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A205+

session details / détails de la séance: A12(a)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Présidente: Julie M. Simmons (University of Guelph)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Gerald Baier (University of British Columbia), Doug Brown (St. Francis Xavier University) : Regional Dynamics and Senate Reform

Linda Cardinal (University of Ottawa), Helaina Gaspard (University of Ottawa) : The Harper Language Regime and Official Language Minorities in Canada

Allan Craigie (University of British Columbia) : Regionalism, Nationalism and Defence Procurement in Canada

Grace Skogstad (University of Toronto), Tanya Whyte (University of Toronto) : The Politics of Regionalism and Transformative Policy Change to the Canadian Wheat Board

Discussant/Commentateur - 1: Stephen G. Tomblin (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Discussant/Commentateur - 2: Éric Montpetit (Université de Montréal)

A12(b)Le lobbying en contexte canadien
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A206+

session details / détails de la séance: A12(b)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Présidente: Geneviève Tellier (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Maxime Boucher (Université de Montréal) : 10 ans de lobbying au Canada : les secteurs de politiques publiques et l'implication différenciée des groupes d'intérêt

Jacquetta (Jacquie) Newman (King's University College), Amy Wood (Western University) : The Role of Interest Groups in Environmental Policy Making in Canada: The Curious Case of Bill C-288

Stéphane Pageau (Université d'Ottawa) : Étude comparative sur l'impact de la forme des institutions sur la participation des organisations d'intérêt aux parlements du Canada, de l'Ontario et du Québec

Stéphanie Yates (Université du Québec à Montréal), Raymond Hudon (Université Laval), Mathieu Ouimet (Université Laval) : Les portes-tournantes en politique : mesures et mises en perspective

Discussant/Commentatrice: Geneviève Tellier (University of Ottawa)

A13Lunch/Déjeuner
06-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: A13

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

A14(a)The Charter of Rights and Freedoms as an Institution and Judicial Activism
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A205+

session details / détails de la séance: A14(a)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Président: Brian Tanguay (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Kate Puddister (McGill University) : Unravelling Reference Questions: Theoretical and Political Implications in a Canadian Context

Emmanuelle Richez (Concordia University), Erin Crandall (Queen's University) : The Supreme Court's Cost Awarding Discretion

Discussant/Commentateur - 1: Brian Tanguay (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Discussant/Commentateur - 2: Emmett Macfarlane (University of Waterloo)

A14(b)Shifting Power of Backbenchers in Canadian Parliaments I
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A206+

session details / détails de la séance: A14(b)

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Présidente: Jacquetta (Jacquie) Newman (King's University College)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Kelly Blidook (Memorial University of Newfoundland) : Creeping Parties: The Rise and Fall of MP Power 1990-2010

John Nater (Western University) : The Institutional Imperative: The Government Caucus Meeting from 1984 to 2011

Paul Thomas (University of Toronto), Jane Hilderman (Samara) : Climbing the Ladder of Dissent: Backbench Influence in the Canadian House of Commons

Discussant/Commentateur: Jean-François Godbout (Université de Montréal)

A15Shifting Power of Backbenchers in Canadian Parliaments II
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A206+

session details / détails de la séance: A15

Section: Canadian Politics / Politique canadienne

Chair/Présidente: Helaina Gaspard (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jean-Francois Godbout (Université de Montréal), Bjorn Hoyland (University of Oslo) : The Consolidation of Parties in the House of Commons (1908-1993)

Jacquetta (Jacquie) Newman (King's University College), Garrett Hunter (King's University College) : Testing the Waters and Spreading the Word: The Role of Private Members' Bills

Discussant/Commentateur: Jonathan Malloy (Carleton University)

B1(a)Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A211+

session details / détails de la séance: B1(a)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: TBA/À venir (TBA/À venir)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Onur Bakiner (Simon Fraser University) : The Domestic Origins of the Regional Integration Norm: The Case of Latin America

Emilie Blais (University of Pittsburgh) : The Uploading of National Policies During EU Council Presidencies: The Cases of France and Sweden

Peter Ferguson (Western University), Ali El-Hajj Hassan (Western University) : They Mean What They Say, But Do They Say What They Mean? The Differential Usage of 'Democracy' in Foreign Policy

Discussant/Commentateur: Christopher Kukucha (University of Lethbridge)

B1(b)Prefectures and Municipalities in the Era of Decentralization in Japan
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A302+

session details / détails de la séance: B1(b)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: David Edginton (University of British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Hideki Kido (Nara Prefectural University) : Political Party as an Agent for Sub-national Governments: Comparative Study of Japan and Canada

Etsuhiro Nakamura (Ehime University) : Governance Reform in Japanese Local Governments

Naoki Shimizu (Kochi Junior College) : Effects of Municipal Mergers in Japan

Junya Takamatsu (Meijo University) : Delivering Public Services in the Era of Decentralisation and Deregulation: A Case Study of Urban Transport Policy in Japan

Discussant/Commentateur: David Edgington (University of British Columbia)

B2(a)Democracy, Referendums, and Deliberation
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Administrative Services Building 120+

session details / détails de la séance: B2(a)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: Francis Garon (Glendon College, York University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Nicholas Caruana (Western University) : Are Citizens' Assemblies Worth the Effort? Evaluating Whether Deliberative Democracy is Value-Added

Anastasiya Salnykova (University of British Columbia) : Deliberation in Post-Soviet Ukraine: Challenges and Opportunities

Discussant/Commentateur: Francis Garon (Glendon College, York University)

B2(b)Global Justice and the Ethics of Investments
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A308+

session details / détails de la séance: B2(b)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: TBA/À venir (TBA/À venir)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Peter Smith (Athabasca University), Elizabeth Smythe (Concordia University College) : Faith, Global Justice and Forums of Resistance to Neo-Liberalism: The World Social Forum and Occupy! Compared

Robert Hanlon (University of British Columbia), Kenneth Christie (Royal Roads University) : Constructing Sustainability: The United Nations Global Compact Goes to Myanmar

Jonathan Luke Melchiorre (University of Toronto), Maria Fernanda Moreno (University of Toronto) : The Politics of Large-Scale Canadian Mining Operations in Latin America: Insights From the Case of Marmato, Colombia

Discussant/Commentateur: Andrew Lui (McMaster University)

B3Lunch/Déjeuner - Rountable: The Future of the European Welfare States
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
Clearihue Building A206+

session details / détails de la séance: B3

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Présidente: Rianne Mahon (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Miroslav Beblavy (Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels)
Jane Jenson (Université de Montréal)
Alain Noël (Université de Montréal)
George Ross (Université de Montréal)

Lunch will be available. / Un goûter sera offert.

B4Political Parties and Electoral Institutions
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Administrative Services Building 120+

session details / détails de la séance: B4

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: TBA/À venir (TBA/À venir)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Benjamin Ferland (McGill University) : Governments' Ideological Responsiveness in a Spatial Model of Party Competition - The Negative Impact of PR Electoral Systems

Laura Levick (Queen's University) : Recasting Electoral Reform: Identifying and Overcoming Problems of Selection Bias

Discussant/Commentateur: Jean-François Godbout (Université de Montréal)

B5(a)Money and Politics
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A308+

session details / détails de la séance: B5(a)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: Nathan Allen (University of British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

James Gillies (University of New Brunswick / University of Michigan) : Big Bird, Bayonets and Binders of Women: Analyzing the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election

Jean-Francois Godbout (Université de Montréal), Richard Nadeau (Université de Montreal) : The Influence of Money in Politics: Canada and France Compared

Peter Loewen (University of Toronto) : A Natural Experiment in Proposal Power and Electoral Success

Discussant/Commentateur: Mathieu Turgeon (Universidade de Brasilia)

B5(b)The Future of European Citizenship
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building B019+

session details / détails de la séance: B5(b)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: Willem Maas (York University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Kimberly Earles (University of Washington Tacoma) : Gender Equality Identity in Europe: The Role of the EU

Dorian Kroqi (Carleton University) : The Civil Society and the Executive After the Lisbon Treaty

Johannes A.A.M. van Gorp (Boston University) : Contested Citizenship and Its Political Consequences in the Netherlands

Discussant/Commentateur: George Ross (Université de Montréal)

B6New Voices in Southeast Asian Politics
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A205+

session details / détails de la séance: B6

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: Robert Hanlon (University of British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Nathan Allen (University of British Columbia) : Ummah or Tribe? Islamic Practice, Ethnic Chauvinism, and Political Attitudes in Indonesia

Shane Barter (Soka University of America) : Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Sub-Regional Ethnic Minorities in the Aceh Conflict

Jessica Soedirgo (University of Toronto), Alexandre Pelletier (University of Toronto) : Local Elites, Intergroup Networks and the De-escalation of Violence in Maluku, Indonesia

Discussant/Commentateur: Brian Job (University of British Columbia)

B7The Politics of Identity
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A205+

session details / détails de la séance: B7

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: TBA/À venir (TBA/À venir)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Ravi de Costa (York University) : Wild Rivers: Environmental Protection and Indigenous Rights in Queensland, Australia

André Lecours (University of Ottawa) : The Politics of Federalization in Nepal

Mike Medeiros (Université de Montréal), Benjamin Forest (McGill University) : Options for Increasing Minorities' Parliamentary Representation in Canada

Stephen Noakes (University of Toronto), Caylan Ford (George Washington University) : What Became of Falun Gong?

Discussant/Commentateur: Willem Maas (Glendon College, York University)

B8Lunch/Déjeuner
05-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: B8

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

B11(a)Economic Crisis and Financial Reforms
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A207+

session details / détails de la séance: B11(a)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Présidente: Elizabeth Smythe (Concordia University College of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Nathan Allen (University of British Columbia), Angela O'Mahony (RAND), Ben Nyblade (University of British Columbia) : Economic Hard Times, Electoral Insecurity, and the Adoption of Extraterritorial Voting Rights

Scott Aquanno (University of Toronto) : Contesting New Monetary Policy

Discussant/Commentateur: Peter Smith (Athabasca University)

B11(b)Minorities and Immigration
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A211+

session details / détails de la séance: B11(b)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: Francis Garon (Glendon College, York University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Antje Ellermann (University of British Columbia) : Learning from Policy Failure: Immigration Control and Contemporary Guestworker Recruitment in Germany

Willem Maas (Glendon College, York University) : Reconsidering the Gap Hypothesis in Immigration Control: Evidence from the Netherlands

Mathieu Turgeon (Universidade de Brasilia) : Affirmative Action Policies and the List-Experiment: The Case of University Admissions in Brazil

Discussant/Commentateur: Arjun Tremblay (University of Toronto/Concordia University)

B12(a)Institutions, Power, and Politics
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A211+

session details / détails de la séance: B12(a)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: Jessica Soedirgo (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Silvina Danesi (Carleton University) : Does the Legislative Branch Make a Difference in Trade Policy? Chilean, Colombian Legislators and Trade Policy Decision Making

Clare McGovern (University of British Columbia) : Separatist Parties in National Parliaments

Csaba Nikolenyi (Concordia University) : Executive Stability in the Indian States

Arjun Tremblay (University of Toronto/Concordia University) : Explaining Multicultural Persistence from a Comparative Perspective: Institutional Design and Elite Preferences

Discussant/Commentateur: André Lecours (Université d'Ottawa)

B12(b)Democracy in the Arab World
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A357+

session details / détails de la séance: B12(b)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: TBA/À venir (TBA/À venir)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Mojtaba Mahdavi (University of Alberta) : Will Green Movement succeed? The Challenge of Democratization in postrevolutionary Iran

Discussant/Commentateur: Assem Dandashly (Maastricht University)

B13Roundtable: New Approaches to the Study of Complex Governance
06-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
Clearihue Building A118+

session details / détails de la séance: B13

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: TBA/À venir (TBA/À venir)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Maxwell Cameron (University of British Columbia)
David Moscrop (University of British Columbia)
Pablo Policzer (University of Calgary)
Anthony Sayers (University of Calgary)
B14(a)The Challenges of Democratization in Africa
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A211+

session details / détails de la séance: B14(a)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: TBA/À venir (TBA/À venir)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Arsène Bado (Université Laval) : Les états africains face aux entités infra-étatiques

Assem Dandashly (Maastricht University) : External Forces and Consolidating Democracy--EU Democratization Efforts in North Africa

Discussant/Commentateur: Jeremy Speight (Concordia University)

B14(b)Comparing Public Policy and Policy Change in Welfare Policies
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A302+

session details / détails de la séance: B14(b)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Présidente: Rachel Laforest (Queen's Univeristy)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Pierre-Marc Daigneault (University of Saskatchewan), Daniel Béland (University of Saskatchewan), Jeremy Rayner (University of Saskatchewan), André Lecours (Université d'Ottawa) : Systematically Mapping Policy Change: Three Cases, Four Types of Explanation?

Brent Epperson (University of Alberta) : Media Representations of Health Care Reform in the United States: The Massachusetts Case (2002-2006)

Anthony Kevins (McGill University) : Political Actors and the Extension of Welfare Coverage: Benefits for the Unemployed in France and Italy

Rebecca Oliver (Miami University), Scott Greer (University of Michigan ), Heather Elliott (University of Michigan) : Overcoming Methodological Nationalism in Comparative Welfare State Studies

Discussant/Commentatrice: Mélanie Bourque (Université du Québec en Outaouais)

B14(c)Roundtable: General Empirical Laws in Political Science: Different Perspectives from Different Subfields
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A308+

session details / détails de la séance: B14(c)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Sponsored by / commanditée par: Groupe de recherche en communication politique/Chaire de recherche sur la démocratie et les institutions parlementaires (Université Laval)

Chair/Président: Frédéric Bastien (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Marc A. Bodet (Université Laval)
Jonathan Paquin (Université Laval)
Melanee Thomas (University of Calgary)
Stefanie von Hlatky (Queen's University)
B15(a)Civil Wars and Post-Conflict Violence
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A205+

session details / détails de la séance: B15(a)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Présidente: Jessica Soedirgo (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jean-François Ratelle (George Washington University) : Ending Civil Wars: Understanding Disengagement and De-radicalisation Processes in Bosnia and in the North Caucasus

Jeremy Speight (Concordia University) : Comparing 'Com'zones': Rebellion, Authority Relations and Contentious State-Making in Post-Conflict Northern Côte d'Ivoire

Mark Wolfgram (Oklahoma State University) : Collective Memory Studies in Comparative Perspective

Discussant/Commentateur: Shane Barter (Soka University of America)

B15(b)The Politics of Nationalism
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A211+

session details / détails de la séance: B15(b)

Section: Comparative Politics / Politique comparée

Chair/Président: Mike Medeiros (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Chris Chhim (McGill University) : The Nationalist Niche: Issue Framing Strategies in Sub-State Nationalist Mobilization

Catherine Frost (McMaster University) : Founding and Forgetting: The Strange Case of Ireland's Proclamation of Independence

Robert Maciel (Western University), Cameron Harrington (Western University) : Mes que un club': FootballNationalism, anI identity

Discussant/Commentatrice: Clare McGovern (University of British Columbia)

C1(a)Explaining and Understanding Canada I
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A303+

session details / détails de la séance: C1(a)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Kim Richard Nossal (Queen's University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jean Christophe Boucher (Dalhousie University) : Yearning for a Progressive Research Program of Canadian Foreign Policy

Tom Keating (University of Alberta) : Canadian Foreign Policy Through an English School Lens

Heather Smith (University of Northern British Columbia), David Black (Dalhousie University) : Back to the Tickle Trunk: Assessing Theorization in Canadian Foreign Policy

Claire Turenne Sjolander (University of Ottawa) : The State of the Discipline: Presence and Absence in Canadian Foreign Policy

Discussant/Commentateur: Kim Richard Nossal (Queen's University)

C1(b)ISA-Canada Professional Development Workshop
04-June-201308:00 AM
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02:00 PM
Fraser Law Building, Room 159+

session details / détails de la séance: C1(b)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président - 1: Mark B. Salter (University of Ottawa)

Chair/Président - 2: Françoise Moreau-Johnson (University of Victoria)


Lunch will be available. / Un goûter sera offert.

ISAWorkshop
ISA Canada PD Workshop 2013 Poster(PDF)

C2(a)Explaining and Understanding Canada II
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A303+

session details / détails de la séance: C2(a)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Présidente: Heather Smith (University of Northern British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Veronica Kitchen (University of Waterloo/Balsillie School of International Affairs), Caroline Dunton (University of Waterloo) : Transnational Security Policing as Local Foreign Policy

Chris Kukucha (University of Lethbridge) : Putting the No in Notable: Theory and Canadian Foreign Trade Policy

Rebecca Tiessen (Royal Military College of Canada) : Canadian Foreign Policy Commitments to Gender Inequality in Fragile Countries

Discussant/Commentateur: Andrew F Cooper (University of Waterloo)

C2(b)Thinking Without Borders I
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A211+

session details / détails de la séance: C2(b)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Peter Nyers (McMaster University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Colleen Bell (Trent University) : Biometric Borders in the Colonial Present

Davina Bhandar (Trent University) : Locating the Migrant Citizen: Seeking a Decolonized View of Status

Lois Harder (University of Alberta) : Dangerous Babies and Flag-Bearing Sperm: Canadian Citizenship Policy and the Limits of Birthright

Geneviève Piché (Carleton University) : Life and Death in the Government of Irregular Maritime Migration

Discussant/Commentateur: Peter Nyers (McMaster University)

C2(c)IR Theory: Exploring the State of the Discipline
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Business and Economics Building 402+

session details / détails de la séance: C2(c)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Ben Muller (King's University College)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Hajar Amidian (University of Alberta) : Dealing with Difference in International Relations

Mariam Georgis (University of Alberta) : The Question of Race in International Relations Theory

Andreas Klinke (Memorial University of Newfoundland) : Discursive Institutionalism Coming of Age in International Relations

Lana Wylie (McMaster University) : The Prestige Calculation in International Relations: A Brazilian Case Study

Discussant/Commentateur: Marc Doucet (Saint Mary's University)

C3Lunch/Déjeuner
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
+

session details / détails de la séance: C3

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

C4(a)Roundtable: Thinking [With/out] Borders II (micro-lectures)
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A211+

session details / détails de la séance: C4(a)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Présidente - 1: Davina Bhandar (Trent University)

Chair/Présidente - 2: Lois Harder (University of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Yasmeen Abu-Laban (University of Alberta)
Robert Aitken (University of Alberta)
Abigail Bakan (Queen's University)
Colleen Bell (Trent University)
Andrew Biro (Acadia University)
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly (University of Victoria)
Rita Kaur Dhamoon (University of the Fraser Valley)
Megan Gaucher (Queen's University)
Marie-Josée Massicotte Université d'Ottawa
Benjamin Muller (King's University College), Peter Nyers (McMaster University), Maya Seshia (University of Alberta)
C4(b)Global War on Terror
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building B215+

session details / détails de la séance: C4(b)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Scott Watson (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Ellen Gutterman (Glendon College, York University) : Development Problem or Terrorism Concern? The Framing of Transnational Bribery in UK Foreign Policy

Jessica West (Wilfrid Laurier University) : Securitization of Uncertainty and Bottom-up Intelligence

Discussant/Commentateur: Scott Watson (University of Victoria)

C4(c)Drones, Norms, Ethics
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building B215+

session details / détails de la séance: C4(c)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Simon Glezos (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jeffrey Collins (Carleton University) : A Normative Dilemma? Casualty-Sensitivity and Armed Drones

Scott Fitzsimmons (University of Limerick), Karina Sangha (University of Waterloo) : This Ain't a Video Game: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Among the Operators of Combat Unpiloted Aerial Vehicles

Jillian Terry (London School of Economics and Political Science) : Rethinking the Ethics of Drone Warfare: Feminist Understandings of Relationality and Experience

Discussant/Commentateur: Simon Glezos (University of Victoria)

C5Humanitarian Intervention and R2P
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A302+

session details / détails de la séance: C5

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Miguel de Larrinaga (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Lisa Burke (University of Denver) : Critical Humanitarianism

Marion Laurence (University of Toronto) : Shifting Conceptions of Legitimacy in UN Peace Operations: The Case of Timor-Leste

Sean Richmond (Oxford University, Linacre College) : Sordid Aggression or Humanitarian Intervention? Why Scholars Disagreed about the Military Actions in Kosovo in 1999 and Libya in 2011

Walter Soderlund (University of Windsor) : The Responsibility to Prevent: From Identification to Implementation

Discussant/Commentateur: Miguel de Larrinaga (University of Ottawa)

C5(c)Ecopolitics, Energy and Environmental Policy
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A303+

session details / détails de la séance: C5(c)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Andrew Biro (Acadia University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Marc-Olivier Castagner (University of Ottawa), Simon Hogues (University of Ottawa) : Save the Arctic' : Reproducing Exclusions Through Resistance Discourses in Defense of Mother Nature

Kathryn Harrison (University of British Columbia) : International Carbon Trade and Domestic Climate Politics

Inger Weibust (Carleton University) : Diffusion in Canadian Environmental Policies: Driven By Ideas or International Instituions?

Discussant/Commentateur: Andrew Biro (Acadia University)

C6(a)Transitional Justice: For Whom? By Whom?
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building B020+

session details / détails de la séance: C6(a)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Présidente: Rosemary Nagy (Nipissing University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Megan Dersnah (University of Toronto) : Constituting the Thinkable for Women's Access to Justice: Theorizing the Role of the United Nations in Building Gender-Sensitive Transitional Justice Institutions

Adam Kochanski (University of Ottawa) : Justice Deflected? The Uses and Abuses of Customary Transitional Justice Mechanisms

Chris Tenove (University of British Columbia) : Representing Victims of International Crimes: Who? Why? How?

Discussant/Commentatrice: Rosemary Nagy (Nipissing University)

C6(b)The Arab Spring
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A207+

session details / détails de la séance: C6(b)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Andrew Wender (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Edward Akuffo (University of the Fraser Valley) : Interregional Cooperation Between the AU and NATO: The case of promoting Peace and Security in Libya

Nermin Allam (University of Alberta) : The January 25th Uprising: A Revolutionary Situation in Egypt's Contentious Politics

Jonathan Paquin (Université Laval), Justin Massie (University of Ottawa) : Le positionnement stratégique du Canada à  l'égard des interventions militaires en Libye et en Syrie

Discussant/Commentateur: Andrew Wender (University of Victoria)

C6(c)Political Ecology of Transformation
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A211+

session details / détails de la séance: C6(c)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Cam Owens (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jessica Dempsey (University of Victoria) : Enterprising Nature: Transforming Biodiversity into a Rational Economic Actor

Geoff Mann (Simon Fraser University) : The Limits of Green Keynesianism

James Rowe (University of Victoria), Myles Carroll (University of Victoria) : Learning From the Fast Rise and Denouement of Occupy Wall Street

Discussant/Commentateur: Michael M'Gonigle (University of Victoria)

C7(a)Materiality, Mobility, and Technology in Global Politics
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building C115+

session details / détails de la séance: C7(a)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Ben Muller (King's University College)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Miguel de Larrinaga (University of Ottawa) : The Materiality of Non-lethal Weapons as Weapons of Intervention

Simon Glezos (University of Victoria) : Brown's Paradox: Speed, Mobility, Migration and Ressentiment in Global Politics

Mark Salter (University of Ottawa) : Cheese: Passport Photos

Discussant/Commentateur: Ben Muller (King's University College)

C7(b)Intervention, Civil War and Civilians in the Crossfire
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A207+

session details / détails de la séance: C7(b)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Présidente: Lisa Burke (University of Denver)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Rochelle Johnston (University of Toronto) : Bystanders to Genocide in Sudan

Mark Mitchell (University of Guelph) : (Un)Democracy from the Outside In? Realism and Democratization in Azerbaijan

Anastasia Shesterinina (University of British Columbia) : Evolving Norms of Protection: China, Libya, and the Problem of Civilians in Armed Conflict

Discussant/Commentatrice: Lisa Burke (University of Denver)

C7(c)Political Ecology of Transformation II
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building D125+

session details / détails de la séance: C7(c)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Présidente: Karena Shaw (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Bradley Bryan (University of Victoria) : Borderless bodies: Learning from the Rise and Denouement of the Corporation

Rosemary Collard (University of British Columbia) : The Dirty Business of Making Companion Species: A Political Ecology of Negative Transformation

Shiri Pasternak (University of Toronto) : Property in Three Registers

Discussant/Commentatrice: Nicole Shukin (University of Victoria)

C8Lunch/Déjeuner
05-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
+

session details / détails de la séance: C8

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

C11(a)Workshop: International Relations and Indigenous Politics - Indigenous Approaches to IR
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A212+

session details / détails de la séance: C11(a)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Présidente: Isabel Altamirano-Jiminez (University of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Charles Horn (University of Victoria) : Sovereign Authority Deterritorialized: Indigenous Ontologies of the Political

Heather Smith (University of Northern British Columbia) : Intersections, Boundaries and Highways: The Case of the Highway of Tears

Discussant/Commentatrice: Isabel Altamirano-Jiminez (University of Alberta)

C11(b)Canadian Foreign Policy, Intervention and State-Building
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A118+

session details / détails de la séance: C11(b)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Marc Doucet (Saint Mary's University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jennifer Hove (University of Toronto) : "Statebuilding 3.0" and the Determinants of Domestic State Legitimacy: Investigating Micro-level Perspectives in Afghanistan

Chris Roberts (University of Alberta) : Canadian Foreign Policy and African State Formation: Responsibilities, Silences, Culpabilities

David Zarnett (University of Toronto) : Why Outsiders Join: Transnational Advocacy Networks and the Responses to Human Rights Abusing States

Discussant/Commentateur: Marc Doucet (Saint Mary's University)

C12(a)Workshop: International Relations and Indigenous Politics - Indigeneity and IR
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A212+

session details / détails de la séance: C12(a)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Présidente: Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jeff Corntassel (University of Victoria) : Indigeneity and the International: Renewing Relationships that Sustain Us

Hayden King (McMaster University) : "Discovering White People": Indigeneity and International Relations Theory

Sheryl Lightfoot (University of British Columbia) : Lived Indigenous Sovereignty Practices: Haudenosaunee Passports and the Ongoing Negotiation of Indigenous Self-Determination

Makere Stewart-Harawira (University of Alberta) : Indigenous Self-Determination and the Failures of Democracy

Discussant/Commentatrice: Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark (University of Victoria)

C12(b)China-Canadian Foreign Relations
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
MacLaurin Building D103+

session details / détails de la séance: C12(b)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Guoguan Wu (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Andrew Lui (McMaster University) : Sino-Canadian Relations and the Competing Faces of Public Diplomacy

Kim Richard Nossal (Queen's University), Leah Sarson (Queen's University) : About Face: Explaining Changes in Canada's China Policy, 2006-2012

TV Paul (McGill University) : When Balance of Power Meets Globalization:The Rise of China and South Asia's Emerging Security Order

Discussant/Commentateur: Guoguan Wu (University of Victoria)

C13Lunch/Déjeuner
06-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: C13

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

C14(a)Workshop: International Relations and Indigenous Politics - International Law and Indigenous Peoples
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A212+

session details / détails de la séance: C14(a)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Hayden King (McMaster University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Claire Cutler (University of Victoria) : Indigenous Identity, International Law and the New Constitutionalism

Kristi Kenyon (University of British Columbia) : Health Advocacy at the Margins: Indigeneity and Rights in the Kalahari

Audra Simpson (Columbia University) : Sovereignty, Sympathy and Indigeneity

Discussant/Commentateur: Hayden King (McMaster University)

C14(b)Canadian Foreign Policy, Continental Security and Nuclear Non-Proliferation
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A314+

session details / détails de la séance: C14(b)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Scott Fitzsimmons (University of Limerick)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Philippe Lagassé (University of Ottawa) : Canada-United States Continental Security Cooperation: Assessing the Influence of a Neoconservative Strategic Sub-culture

Michael Urban (University of Oxford) / Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade : The Tale of the Dog that Did not Bark; Explaining Canada's Non-acquisition of an Independent Nuclear Arsenal

Discussant/Commentateur: Scott Fitzsimmons (University of Limerick)

C15(a)Workshop: International Relations and Indigenous Politics - Roundtable: International Relations and Indigenous Politics
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building C112+

session details / détails de la séance: C15(a)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Scott Watson (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Taiaiake Alfred (University of Victoria)
Isabel Altamirano-Jiminez (University of Alberta)
Jeff Corntassel (University of Victoria)
Sheryl Lightfoot (University of British Columbia)
Scott Watson (University of Victoria)

The workshop will be followed by a reception from 5 pm - 7pm at the First People's House. / L'atelier sera suivi d'une réception de 17 h à 19 h à la First People's House.

C15(b)IPE, Natural Resources and Trade Policies
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building D125+

session details / détails de la séance: C15(b)

Section: CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International Relations / ACSP/AÉI-Canada – relations internationales

Chair/Président: Peter W.B. Phillips (University of Saskatchewan)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Hevina Dashwood (Brock University) : Influences on the Adoption of Corporate Social Responsibility Standards in the Global Mining Sector: Towards an Explanation

J. Andrew Grant (Queen's University) : Global Governance Frameworks and Conflict Commodities: Insights from the Kimberley Process on Conflict Diamonds

Blayne Haggart (Brock University) : Copyright's 'New' Politics: Implications for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations

Steven Holloway (St Francis Xavier University) : Economic Sovereignty as a National Interest and the Harper Foreign Investment Review

Elizabeth Smythe (Concordia University College of Alberta) : What's the Beef with Food standards? Industrial Meat and the Politics of International Trade

Discussant/Commentateur: Peter W. B. Phillips (University of Saskatchewan)

D1(a)Ideas, Institutions and Comparative Public Policy
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building B415+

session details / détails de la séance: D1(a)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Arjun Tremblay (University of Toronto/Concordia University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Michelle Bonner (University of Victoria) : The Politics of Police Image in Argentina

Katherine Boothe (McMaster University) : Cost-effective Drugs: Ideas and Policies in Australia, the UK and Canada

Andrea Lawlor (McGill University) : Reframing and Reforming Pension Policy: From the Public to the Private

Russell Williams (Memorial University of Newfoundland) : Australian and Canadian Financial Regulation in the Era of Globalization: How 'History Matters' in National Reform

Discussant/Commentatrice: Christine Rothmayr (Université de Montréal)

D1(b)Prorogation and Power: Assessing Scholarly Views and Defining Existing Debates
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building D132+

session details / détails de la séance: D1(b)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Graham White (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

James Bowden (University of Ottawa), Philippe Lagassé (University of Ottawa) : Reining in the Prerogative Power of Dissolution: Fixed-Election Laws in the United Kingdom and Canada

Peter Russell (University of Toronto) : Rethinking a Canadian Cabinet Manual: What it IS and What it IS NOT

Johannes Wheeldon (Washington State University) : An Empirical Assessment of the Views of Constitution Scolars on 2008 Prorogation

Discussant/Commentateur: Graham White (University of Toronto)

D2(a)Workshop: Innovating Labour Markets in Europe: Integrated Policies and Governance - Questioning the European Paradigm after the Crisis
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
David Strong Building C118+

session details / détails de la séance: D2(a)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Willem Maas (York Univesity)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Cem Duyulmus (Université de Montréal) : EU Pre-Accession Aid and Employment Policy in Candidate Countries : A new Approach with Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA)

Paolo Graziano (Bocconi University of Milan), Matteo Jessoula (Bocconi University of Milan) : Employment Policy Reforms and the 'Midsiders': Evidence from Southern Europe

George Ross (Université de Montréal) : EU and the Crisis

Discussant/Commentateur: Oliver Schmidtke (University of Victoria)

D2(b)Causes and Consequences of Canadian Public Policy
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building B215+

session details / détails de la séance: D2(b)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Bryan Evans (Ryerson University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Simon Kiss (Wilfrid Laurier University) : Precaution or Politics : The Curious Canadian Decision To Label BPA "Toxic"

J.P. Lewis (University of New Brunswick Saint John) : Valence Issues and Policy Networks: The Case of Canadian Civic Education Policy

Annie McEwen (Carleton University) : Politics or Progress for Canadian Children: Has a Policy Focus on Reduced Child Poverty Improved Child Development?

Discussant/Commentatrice: Katherine Booth (McMaster University)

D3Lunch/Déjeuner
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: D3

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

D4(a)The Politics and Policies of Infertility in Comparative Perspective
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A311+

session details / détails de la séance: D4(a)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Johannes Wheeldon (Washington State University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Alana Cattapan (York University) : Risky Business: Surrogacy, Egg Donation, and the Politics of Exploitation

Christopher Cooper (Université de Montréal) : Framing Infertility: Policy Frames and Assisted Reproduction Policy in Ontario and Québec

Audrey L'Espérance (University of Ottawa) : The Politics of Infertility in Québec, Ontario and England: How the Medicalization of Infertility Bridged Social Experience to Political Expertise

Christine Rothmayr Allison (Université de Montréal), Isabelle Engeli (University of Ottawa) : When Does Self-regulation Matter? Biomedical Self-regulation in Comparative Perspective

Dave Snow (University of Calgary) : Twenty Year in Labour: Federalism, Self-Regulation, and Assisted Reproductive Technology Policy in Canada

Discussant/Commentatrice: Carol Dauda (University of Guelph)

D4(b)Governance, Public Policy and Indigenous People
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A205+

session details / détails de la séance: D4(b)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Présidente: Janique Dubois (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Michael McCrossan (University of Manitoba) : Shifting Judicial Conceptions of 'Reconciliation': Geographic Commitments Underpinning the Supreme Court of Canada's Van der Peet Decision

Annis May Timpson (University of Edinburgh) : Expanding and Contesting the Canadian Citizenship Regime?: Language Politics, Indigenous-Settler Relations and the Territorial State

Sarah Wiebe (University of Ottawa) : Caught in Canada's Constitutional Cracks: 'Policy Space' and On-Reserve Contamination in Aamjiwnaang

Discussant/Commentateur: Daniel Salée (Concordia University)

D5Courts, Legislatures and Social Policy
04-June-201303:15 PM
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Clearihue Building B020+

session details / détails de la séance: D5

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Greg Flynn (McMaster University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Andrew Banfield (Australian National University), Rainer Knopff (University of Calgary) : The Euthanasia Dialogue: Legislatures, Courts, and Public Opinion

Kathy Brock (Queen's University) : Fettering Ministerial Discretion through Judicial Fiat

Emmett Macfarlane (University of Waterloo) : Supreme Inconsistency: Social Policy and Positive Rights under the Charter

Discussant/Commentatrice: Lisa Vanhala (University College London)

D6(a)Governance, Public Input and Policy-Making
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building C108+

session details / détails de la séance: D6(a)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Cem Duyulmus (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

John Hiemstra (The King's University College) : The NEB, the Northern Gateway Pipeline, and the Public Interest: In search of Canada's operative 'plausibility structure'

Heather Millar (University of Toronto) : The Microfoundations of Evidence-Based and Participatory Styles of Policy Decision Making in GMO Food Policy in North America and the EU

Geoff Salomons (University of Alberta) : Representing Issue Based Publics: Mechanisms for Public Participation Processes

Discussant/Commentateur: Jeremy Rayner (University of Saskatchewan)

D6(b)Charters, Courts and Comparative Policy Development
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building C115+

session details / détails de la séance: D6(b)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Gerald Baier (University of British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Ryan Hurl (University of Toronto) : Courts, Commerce , and Competitive Federalism in Canada and the United States

Robert Leckey (McGill University) : Judicial Procedure in Rights Cases: Discretionary Hearings under the Canadian Charter, UK Human Rights Act and South African Bill of Rights

Arjun Tremblay (Concordia University/University of Toronto) : Different Charters and the Divergence in Multicultural Policy Outcomes in Ontario and Quebec

Lisa Vanhala (University College London) : The Comparative Politics of Courts and Climate Change

Discussant/Commentateur: Gerald Baier (University of British Columbia)

D7(a)Prospects for North American Biofuels Policy: Status Quo or Controversy
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A211+

session details / détails de la séance: D7(a)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Présidente: Kathryn Harrison (University of British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Nick Dragojlovic (University of Calgary), Edna Einsiedel (University of Calgary) : Will Biofuels Become a Controversial Technology in North America? Climate Change and Cultural Polarization on Energy Policy

Warren Mabee (Queen's University) : Changing Climate for Biofuels

Jeremy Rayner (University of Saskatchewan) : Frame Rejection: Hybrid Policy Designs, 'Back Talk', and the Lessons of First Generation Biofuel Policies in Europe and North America

Discussant/Commentatrice: Kathryn Harrison (University of British Columbia)

D7(b)Health Care Policy and Reform
05-June-201310:30 AM
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Clearihue Building D131+

session details / détails de la séance: D7(b)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Jeremy Speight (Concordia University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Mélanie Bourque (Université du Québec en Outaouais), Amélie Quesnel-Vallée (McGill University) : Cost-shifting and barriers to health insurance

Mark Crawford (Athabasca University) : Complexity, Healthcare Systems and the Aporias of Health Care Reform

Stephen Tomblin (Memorial University of Newfoundland) : Challenges of Governance and Context: Understanding the problems of Building Capacity and Knowledge for Health Human Resource Planning

Robert Waterman (Western University) : Assessing the Accountability of Non-governmental actors in Provincial Health Care

Discussant/Commentateur: Michael Orsini (University of Ottawa)

D8Lunch/Déjeuner - Roundtable/Table ronde: Secret Service: Political Policing in Canada from the Fenians to Fortress America / Service secret: La police politique au Canada, des Fenians à la Forteresse Amérique
Joint Session with Canadian Historical Association / Séance conjointe avec Société historique du Canada
05-June-201312:00 PM
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Clearihue Building A205+

session details / détails de la séance: D8

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: James Naylor (Brandon University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Michelle Bonner (University of Victoria)
Steve Hewitt (University of Birmingham)
Greg Kealey (University of New Brunswick)
Andy Parnaby (Cape Breton University)
Wesley Wark (University of Toronto)
Reg Whitaker (University of Victoria)
D11(a)Vulnerable Populations and Public Policy in Canada: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A302+

session details / détails de la séance: D11(a)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Présidente: Olena Hankivsky (Simon Fraser University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Carol Dauda (University of Guelph) : Keeping the Story Straight: Regulating Young People`s Sexuality Through Age of Consent in Canada and Australia

Tobin LeBlanc Haley (York University) : Charting Neoliberal Transinstitutionalization: A Critical Political Economy Analysis of Ontario's Mental Health Policies

Janet Phillips (University of Alberta) : One Flew Over the Policymaker's Desk: Mental Health Policy Reform in Canada

Mara Sidney (Rutgers University-Newark) : Public Policy and Local Immigrant Organizations in the U.S. and Canada

Discussant/Commentatrice: Olena Hankivsky (Simon Fraser University)

D11(b)Values, Attitudes and Judicial Decision-Making
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A308+

session details / détails de la séance: D11(b)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Dennis Baker (University of Guelph)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Erin Crandall (Queen's University) : Gender Diversity on Canada's Courts: Understanding the Role of Judicial Appointments Reform

Troy Riddell (University of Guelph), Lori Hausegger (Boise University) : Judicial Decision-making in Appeal Courts of Canada

Matthew Wetstein (San Joaquin Delta College), Cynthia Ostberg (University of the Pacific) : Post-Materialist Values in the Supreme Court of Canada: An Empirical Examination of Environmental Cases, 1973-2010

Discussant/Commentateur: Dennis Baker (University of Guelph)

D12(a)The Parliamentary-Judiciary Dialogue
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A311+

session details / détails de la séance: D12(a)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Troy Riddell (University of Guelph)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Dennis Baker (University of Guelph), Rainer Knopff (University of Calgary) : The Daviault Dialogue: The Strange Journey of Canada's Intoxication Defence

Greg Flynn (McMaster University) : Going Green or Protecting Turf? Limitations on Judicial and Tribunal Discretion to Review Environmental Legislation

Janet Hiebert (Queen's University) : Protecting Rights in Parliament: The Challenges for a Westminster-based System

Discussant/Commentateur: Troy Riddell (University of Guelph)

D12(b)Roundtable: Deliberative Democracy and Climate Change in a Municipal Context
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A314+

session details / détails de la séance: D12(b)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: David Kahane (University of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Shelley Boulianne (MacEwan University)
Lyndsay Hobbs (University of Alberta)
Kristjana Loptson (University of Alberta)
Mark Warren (University of British Columbia)
D13Lunch/Déjeuner
06-June-201312:00 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: D13

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

D14(a)Workshop: Innovating Labour Markets in Europe: Integrated Policies and Governance - Policy and Governance Integration to Solve Labour Market Problems? Comparing Europe and Canada
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A315+

session details / détails de la séance: D14(a)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Président: Paolo Graziano (Bocconi University of Milan)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Joshua Gordon (University of Toronto) : Union Movements, Labour Market Policy, and Varieties of Dualization

Jane Jenson (Université de Montréal) : Social Investment and Inclusive Growth. Intersecting Perspectives on Social Policy Interventions

Ilaria Maselli (Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels) : The Evolving Supply and Demand of Skills in the Labour Market

Discussant/Commentateur: Paolo Graziano (Bocconi University of Milan)

D14(b)Social Movements, Activism and Public Policy
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A316+

session details / détails de la séance: D14(b)

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

Chair/Présidente: Mireille Paquet (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Dominique Clément (University of Alberta) : Human Rights Policy and Social Movements: How Activists Create, Implement and Enforce State Law

Mai Nguyen (York University) : Consulting Whom? Lessons from the Toronto Urban Aboriginal Strategy (UAS)

Michael Orsini (University of Ottawa), Audrey L'Esperance (University of Ottawa) : At the Intersection of Experience and Expertise: Comparing Mother and Would-be-mother Activism in Infertility and Autism

Debra Thompson (Ohio University) : Mobilizing Counts: Census Activism in Comparative Perspective

Discussant/Commentatrice: Cheryl Collier (University of Windsor)

D15No session / Aucune séance
06-June-201303:15 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: D15

Section: Law and Public Policy / Droit et analyse de politiques

E1Workshop: What Do We Know about Local Elections? What Do We Know About Local Political Parties?
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A314+

session details / détails de la séance: E1

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Présidente: Susan Clarke (University of Colorado Boulder)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Sandra Breux (Institut national de recherche scientifique) : Local Political Parties in Canada : A Matter of Context ?

Anne Mevellec (University of Ottawa), Manon Tremblay (University of Ottawa) : What About Municipal Parties in Québec ?

Discussant/Commentateur: Zack Taylor (University of Toronto)

E2Workshop: What Do We Know about Local Elections? Keynote
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A314+

session details / détails de la séance: E2

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Présidente: Laurence Bhérer (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Colin Copus (De Montfort University) : Understanding Party Politics in Local Government: Implications for Parties, Power and People

Discussant/Commentatrice - 1: Anne Mévellec (University of Ottawa)

Discussant/Commentateur - 2: François Gélineau (Université Laval)

Discussant/Commentateur - 3: Robert Young (Western University)

E3Lunch/Déjeuner
04-June-201312:00 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: E3

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

E4Workshop: What Do We Know about Local Elections? What Do We Know About Local Political Campaigns
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A314+

session details / détails de la séance: E4

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Présidente: Sandra Breux (Institut national de recherche scientifique)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Dan Cohn (York University) : Local Blackout in Effect? Newspaper Coverage of Municipal Elections in Three Major Canadian Urban Areas and the Impact on Civic Literacy

Anne Mevellec (Université d'Ottawa), Linda Cardinal (Université d'Ottawa) : Incumbency Advantage: The Case of Municipal Officials in Ottawa

Angelia Wagner (University of Alberta) : Managing the Message: The Political Communication Strategies of Municipal Candidates

Discussant/Commentatrice: Manon Tremblay (Université d'Ottawa)

E5Workshop: What Do We Know about Local Elections? What Do We Know About Voter Turnout?
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A314+

session details / détails de la séance: E5

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Présidente: Manon Tremblay (Université d'Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Avigail Eisenberg (University of Victoria) : Voting Rights for Non-citizens?: Treasure or Fool's Gold?

Zack Taylor (University of Toronto Scarborough) : The Political Ecology of Turnout in the City of Toronto, 2000-2010

Discussant/Commentateur: Royce Koop (University of Manitoba)

E6(a)Workshop: What Do We Know about Local Elections? What Do We Know About Municipal Representation and Vote Systems?
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
David Strong Building C118+

session details / détails de la séance: E6(a)

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Présidente: Anne Mévellec (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Janine Lee Giles (University of Calgary), Paul Fairie (University of Calgary) : The Structure of Toronto City Council Roll-Call Votes, 2006-2012

Nicole Goodman (McMaster University), Kalina Kamenova (University of Alberta) : Public Participation in Decision-making Regarding Internet Voting: A Case Study of the City of Edmonton

Royce Koop (University of Manitoba) : The Practice of Municipal Representation in Canada

Discussant/Commentateur: Colin Copus (De Montfort University)

E6(b)Urban Land and Public Transit Politics in Canada
05-June-201308:45 AM
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Clearihue Building D125+

session details / détails de la séance: E6(b)

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Présidente: Aude-Claire Fourot (Simon Fraser University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Eve Arcand (Institut national de la recherche scientifique), Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly (University of Victoria) : Regional Transportation Governance Model and Metropolitan Planning: Looking at Montréal and Vancouver

Joshua Newman (Simon Fraser University) : Project Management and Politics in Case of the Canada Line

Jesse Steinberg (Carleton University) : Public Transit Infrastructure and a New 'Consensual' Urban Politics

Discussant/Commentateur: Christopher Leo (University of Winnipeg)

E7The Just and Diverse City
05-June-201310:30 AM
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Clearihue Building D134+

session details / détails de la séance: E7

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Président: Daniel Weinstock (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Loren King (Wilfrid Laurier University) : Trust, Engagement, and Stable Diversity in Canadian Cities

Margaret Kohn (University of Toronto) : Territorial Rights and the Right to the City

Patrick Turmel (Université Laval) : How To Think About The Just City?

Discussant/Commentateur: Daniel Weinstock (Université de Montréal)

E8Lunch/Déjeuner - Roundtable: Why to Choose Urban Politics as a Research Field?
05-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
Engineering and Computer Science 116+

session details / détails de la séance: E8

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Présidente: Laurence Bhérer (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Susan Clarke (University of Colorado Boulder)
Carey Doberstein (University of Toronto)
Loren King (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Caroline Patsias (Université de Sherbrooke)
E11(a)Putting the Sovereign in its (Relational) Place: Situating, Exploring, Contesting
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A311+

session details / détails de la séance: E11(a)

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Présidente: Isabelle Lacroix (Université de Sherbrooke)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Dan Webb (University of Manitoba) : Dromos or Drive: Competing Theories of the City

Sarah Wiebe (University of Ottawa), Jennifer Bagelman (Durham University) : Reserved to the Apolitical? Exploring the Geo-politics of Sanctuary and Reserves in Canada

Discussant/Commentateur: Patrick Turmel (Université Laval)

E11(b)Local ABCs and Regional Organization: What Factors Influence Local Cooperation?
06-June-201308:45 AM
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session details / détails de la séance: E11(b)

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Présidente: Alison Smith (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jack Lucas (University of Toronto) : Basic Structural Changes to Local ABCs in Three Provincial-Municipal Domains, 1810-2000

Joseph Lyons (Western University) : Conservation Authority Board Composition and Policy Implementation

Zachary Spicer (Western University) : Regional Organization and the Creation of Inter-Local Agreements: Exploring the Dynamics of Inter-Municipal Cooperation Between Separated Cities and Counties

Discussant/Commentatrice: Aude-Claire Fourot (Simon Fraser University)

E12The Politics of Multilevel Governance
06-June-201310:30 AM
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session details / détails de la séance: E12

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Président: Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Neil Bradford (Huron University College) : The New Localism: A Canadian Stock-Taking

Alison Smith (Université de Montréal) : Social Protection in an Urbanized Federal State: Municipal-provincial Relations and the Fight Against Homelessness

Robert Young (Western University) : Multilevel Governance and Public Policy in Canadian Municipalities

Discussant/Commentatrice: Susan Clarke (University of Colorado Boulder)

E13Lunch/Déjeuner
06-June-201312:00 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: E13

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

E14(a)Assessing the Dynamics of Urban Governance in Canada
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building B019+

session details / détails de la séance: E14(a)

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Président: Jack Lucas (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Allison Bramwell (University of Toronto) : Civic Coalitions and Community Capacity: Bringing Canadian Cities In to the Urban Regime Debate

Oliver Dlabac (University of British Columbia) : Assessing Democratic Urban Governance: Towards a Comparative Framework

John Sutcliffe (University of Windsor) : Big Business and Local Government: Matty Moroun and the Reform of the Detroit River Border Crossing

Discussant/Commentateur: Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly (University of Victoria)

E14(b)Local Government Types: Understanding the Variety
06-June-201301:30 PM
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Clearihue Building C109+

session details / détails de la séance: E14(b)

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Présidente: Caroline Patsias (Université de Sherbrooke)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jacklyn Demerse (Western University) : The Neglect of the Rural: Understanding 'Urban' and 'Rural' by Assessing the Impact and Policy Implications of the Rural Transition

Helder do Vale (Center of Political and Constitutional Studies (CEPC) / Spanish Ministry of the Presidency) : Coping With Pressures of Decentralization: Challenges and Surviving Strategies of Local Governments in Post-Decentralized Brazil, India and South Africa

Discussant/Commentateur: Gary Wilson (University of Northern British Columbia)

E15Comparing Cities: Challenges and Opportunities
06-June-201303:15 PM
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Clearihue Building A302+

session details / détails de la séance: E15

Section: Local and Urban Politics / Politique locale et urbaine

Chair/Président: Robert Young (Western University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Aude-Claire Fourot (Simon Fraser University) : Penser la différenciation municipale et les politiques d'intégration des immigrants dans les grandes métropoles canadiennes - bilan des études en science politique et perspectives d'avenir

Christopher Leo (University of Winnipeg) : Winnipeg: Aspirational Planning, Chaotic Development

Gary Wilson (University of Northern British Columbia), Tracy Summerville (University of Northern British Columbia) : Pipelines or Pipedreams? A Comparative Study of Municipal Reactions to the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline in British Columbia and Alberta

Discussant/Commentatrice: Sandra Breux (Institut national de recherche scientifique)

F1(a)Institutional Constraints on and Facilitation of Democratic Representation I
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A316+

session details / détails de la séance: F1(a)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Mark Pickup (Simon Fraser University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Stuart Soroka (McGill University), Christopher Wlezien (Temple University) : Electoral Institutions and Opinion Representation

Mark Warren (University of British Columbia) : The Separation of Powers and Democratic Renewal of Westminster Systems

Discussant/Commentateur: Mark Franklin (Massachussets Institute of Technology)

F1(b)Parties, Ideology and Electoral Choices
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A307+

session details / détails de la séance: F1(b)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Anthony Sealey (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Chris Cochrane (University of Toronto) : The Rise of Left/Right in Canadian Politics'

Jeffrey Karp (Australian National University), Ian McAllister (Australian National University) : Gender, Party Leaders and Electoral Outcomes'

Hermann Schmitt (University of Mannheim), Angelika Scheuer (University of Mannheim) : Electoral Choices in Mature and Consolidating European Democracies

Maria Zakharova (Simon Fraser University), Paul Warwick (Simon Fraser University) : The Sources of Valence Judgements: Role of Policy Distance and Structure of the Left-Right Spectrum'

Discussant/Commentateur: Steven Weldon (Simon Fraser University)

F2(a)Institutional Constraints on and Facilitation of Democratic Representation II
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A316+

session details / détails de la séance: F2(a)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Mark Pickup (Simon Fraser University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Saundra Schneider (Michigan State University), William Jacoby (Michigan State University), Daniel Lewis (University of New Orleans) : The Impact of Direct Democracy on State Spending Priorities

Paul Warwick (Simon Fraser University), Martin Hansen (Brunel University), Robert Klemmensen (University of Southern Denmark) : How Government Policy Reflects Public Opinion: The Evidence from Annual Government Speeches

Discussant/Commentateur: Steven Weldon (Simon Fraser University)

F2(b)Parties and Electoral Systems
04-June-201310:30 AM
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session details / détails de la séance: F2(b)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Jason Roy (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Damiel Bol (Université de Montréal), Marian Bohl (University of Zurich) : Negative Campaigning in a Multi-party System: Assessing the Impact of Party Competition through the Swiss Natural Laboratory'

Eline de Rooij (Simon Fraser University), Florian Foos (University of Oxford) : The Mobilization Effects of Partisan Cues: Evidence from a Randomised Field Experiment in the United Kingdom

Patrik Ohberg (Université de Montréal) : Mandates and Accountability. Comparing MP's, Candidates and Citizens' Perceptions of Fulfillment of Election Promises

Laura Stephenson (Western University), Francois Gélineau (Université Laval), Marc Bodet (Université Laval) : Different Settings, Different Effects? Electoral Systems, Party Systems, and Voter Strategies

Discussant/Commentateur: Andrew Owen (University of British Columbia)

F3Lunch/Déjeuner
04-June-201312:00 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: F3

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

F4(a)Institutional Constraints on and Facilitation of Democratic Representation III
04-June-201301:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: F4(a)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Mark Pickup (Simon Fraser University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Mark Franklin (Massachussets Institute of Technology), Christopher Wlezien (Temple University), Christine Arnold (University of Maastricht) : The Deaf Leading the Blind? Public Opinion and European Union Policy-Making

William Jacoby (Michigan State University), Saundra Schneider (Michigan State University) : Are Americans "Intuitive Federalists"?

Discussant/Commentateur - 1: William Jacoby (Michigan State University)

Discussant/Commentateur - 2: Fred Cutler (University of British Columbia)

F4(b)Youth Mobilization and Political Participation: Is There Something New Out There?
04-June-201301:30 PM
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Clearihue Building C112+

session details / détails de la séance: F4(b)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Présidente: Erin Penner (University of British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Heather Bastedo (Carleton University), Andre Turcotte (Carleton University) : No Sale: The Consequences of Retail Politics for Youth Voter Turnout

Jean-Rémi Carbonneau (Université du Québec à Montréal), Mélissa Desrochers (Université du Québec à Montréal) : Printemps québécois : polarisation politique et mobilisation populaire

Pascale Dufour (Université de Montréal), Louis-Philippe Savoie (Université de Montréal) : Street Politics Against Representative Democracy ? The Case of the Quebec Student's Movement

Dietlind Stolle (McGill University), Allison Harell (Université du Québec à Montréal), Pascale Dufour (Université de Montréal), Eva Falk Pedersen (McGill University) : Maple Spring Up Close

Discussant/Commentatrice: Eugénie Dostie-Goulet (Université de Sherbrooke)

F5(a)Institutional Constraints on and Facilitation of Democratic Representation IV
04-June-201303:15 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: F5(a)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Mark Pickup (Simon Fraser University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Steven Weldon (Simon Fraser University), Andrea Nuesser (University of British Columbia), Andrew Owen (University of British Columbia) : Policy Responsiveness at the Subnational Level

Colin Whelan (University of British Columbia), Mark Pickup (Simon Fraser University) : Impact of Minority Governments in the Canadian House of Commons on Democratic Responsiveness

Discussant/Commentateur: Mark Pickup (Simon Fraser University)

F5(b)Public Opinion & Voting in Quebec
04-June-201303:15 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: F5(b)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Frédérick Bastien (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Kelly Blidook (Memorial University of Newfoundland), John Samms (University of New Brunswick) : Accounting for the NDP's Orange Wave in Quebec: Mass Media, Leadership Debates, and Campaign Polls in Canadian Elections

Jean-Philippe Gauvin (Université de Montréal), Mike Medeiros (Université de Montréal), Chris Chhim (McGill University) : Did they Mind the Gap? The Distance between the BQ and Quebec Voters Over Time

Discussant/Commentateur: Richard Nadeau (Université de Montréal)

F6(a)Roundtable: The 2012 Quebec Election: Perspectives on the Campaign and Outcome
05-June-201308:45 AM
to
10:15 AM
Engineering and Computer Science 104+

session details / détails de la séance: F6(a)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président - 1: Frédérick Bastien (Université de Montréal)

Chair/Président - 2: Éric Bélanger (McGill University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Pascale Dufour (Université de Montréal)
François Gélineau (Université Laval)
Andrea Lawlor (McGill University)
Richard Nadeau (Université de Montréal)
Brian Tanguay (Wilfrid Laurier University)
F6(b)The Impact of Gender and Gender Stereotypes
05-June-201308:45 AM
to
10:15 AM
Clearihue Building D131+

session details / détails de la séance: F6(b)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Présidente: Lisa Lambert (University of Calgary)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Antoine Bilodeau (Concordia University), Stephen White (Concordia University) : Between Here and There? Pre-Migration Socialization and Newcomers' Views on the Role of Women in Society

Amanda Bittner (Memorial University of Newfoundland), Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant (Queen's University) : Understanding the Impact of 'Gender' in Election Studies

Dietlind Stolle (McGill University), Delia Dumitrescu (Université de Montréal), Elisabeth Gidengil (McGill University) : Gender and Electoral Communication: How Differences in Non-verbal and Verbal Behavior Lead to Different Evaluations of Male and Female Politicians

Melanee Thomas (University of Calgary), Jason Roy (Wilfrid Laurier University), Shane Singh (University of Georgia, Athens) : Assessing the Impact of Candidate Sex on Vote Choice: To 'Affinity' and Beyond!

Discussant/Commentatrice: Brenda O'Neill (University of Calgary)

F7(a)Roundtable: Parties, Elections and the Future of Canadian Politics
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building D267+

session details / détails de la séance: F7(a)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Anthony Sayers (University of Calgary)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Amanda Bittner (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
Kenneth Carty (University of British Columbia)
Richard Johnston (University of British Columbia)
Royce Koop (University of Manitoba)

Lunch will be available. / Un goûter sera offfert.

F7(b)Attitudes About Income Inequality
05-June-201310:30 AM
to
12:00 PM
Continuing Studies Building 110+

session details / détails de la séance: F7(b)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Arjun Tremblay (University of Toronto/Concordia University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Joseph Fletcher (University of Toronto) : Ambivalence and Emotion in Public Responses to the Framing of Economic Equality Issues

Allison Harell (Université du Québec à Montréal) : Race, Gender and Support for the Welfare State: A Comparative Experimental Approach

Anthony Sealey (University of Toronto) : Explaining Regional Variation in Canadian Popular Support for Redistributive Public Policies

Discussant/Commentateur: François Gélineau (Université Laval)

F8Lunch/Déjeuner
05-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: F8

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

: Bittner/Koop book reception with UBC Press

F11(a)Workshop: Is Something Wrong with Polling During Elections: The Measurement and Impact of Public Opinion Polls
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building C112+

session details / détails de la séance: F11(a)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Stuart Soroka (McGill University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Marc A. Bodet (Université Laval), Charles Tessier (Université Laval) : How to Build a Representative Sample for an Online Quasi-experiment: The Case of Vote au Pluriel -- Quebec

Damiel Bol (Université de Montréal) : Party Labeling in a Local Election: The Effect of National Partisan Tide in a Partycractic Political System

Fred Cutler (University of British Columbia), John Matthews (Memorial University of Newfoundland), Mark Pickup (Simon Fraser University) : Polls, Arguments and the Vote: Do Poll Effects Depend on Rhetorical Contexts?

Mark Pickup (Simon Fraser University), Paul Gustafson (University of British Columbia), Fred Cutler (University of British Columbia), J. Scott Matthews (Queen's University) : Testing the Effect of Published Vote Intention Polls on Vote Intention

Discussant/Commentateur: Stuart Soroka (McGill University)

F11(b)Understanding Vote Choice
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A315+

session details / détails de la séance: F11(b)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Présidente: Kate Puddister (McGill University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Tim Abray-Nyman (Queen's University) : Confounding Classic Models of Voter Behaviour: The Challenge of Automatic Cognition

Kenny Ie (Western University) : The Personal is Political: Evaluating the Effects of Personality Traits on Ideology and Vote Choice in the Canadian Context

Dillon Klepetar (American University) : Do Third Party Candidates Influence Incumbent Agendas?

Andrew Owen (University of British Columbia), Grace Lore (University of British Columbia) : Swing Voters in Canada: Stability, Change, and the Role of Electoral Context

Discussant/Commentateur: Kelly Blidook (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

F12(a)Workshop Roundtable: Is Something Wrong with Polling During Elections II
06-June-201310:30 AM
to
12:00 PM
Clearihue Building D267+

session details / détails de la séance: F12(a)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Scott Matthews (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Kyle Braid (Ipsos-Reid Vancouver)
Simon Jackman (Stanford University)
Joe Twyman (Yougov PLC)
F12(b)Web Politics I: Political Institutions Online
06-June-201310:30 AM
to
12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A303+

session details / détails de la séance: F12(b)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Présidente: Tamara A. Small (University of Guelph)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Thierry Giasson (Université Laval), Gildas Le Bars (Université Laval), Frédérick Bastien (Université de Montréal), Mélanie Verville (Université Laval) : L'usage du web social par les partis politiques au Québec. Le cas de l'élection québécoise de 2012

Pauline Beange (University of Toronto), Natalie Roebuck (University of Toronto) : The 2011 Canadian Federal Election: Have the Canadian Parties Finally Made the Jump to Social Media?

Amanda Clarke (University of Oxford), Mary Francoli (Carleton University) : What's in a Name? Questioning the Homogeneity of 'Open Government' Programs Across Seven Countries

Mireille Lalancette (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières) : Almost a Biopic. Les web-mises en scène des candidats aux élections québécoises de 2012

Discussant/Commentateur: Vincent Raynauld (Carleton University)

F13Lunch/Déjeuner: Polling Workshop Keynote
06-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A120+

session details / détails de la séance: F13

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Richard Johnston (University of British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

John Krosnick (Stanford University) : The Accuracy of Survey Measurements and the Impact of Data Collection Methodology

F14(a)Race, Multiculturalism & Social Capital
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building C110+

session details / détails de la séance: F14(a)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Présidente: Andrea Lawlor (McGill University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Randy Besco (Queen's University) : Racialized Candidates and Rainbow Coalitions: The Role of Social Identity Theory and Perceived Group Position

Go Murakami (University of British Columbia) : How Does Candidates' Ethnic Minority Background Matter in Voting? A Survey Experiment

Erin Penner (University of British Columbia) : Personality, Political Values, and Attitudes Toward Multiculturalism

Daniel Westlake (University of British Columbia) : Does Multiculturalism Isolate People? Diversity, Social Capital, and Attitudes Towards Government in Canada

Discussant/Commentateur: Antoine Bilodeau (Concordia University)

F14(b)Electoral System Effects
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A303+

session details / détails de la séance: F14(b)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Présidente: Joanna Everitt (University of New Brunswick Saint John)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

André Blais (Université de Montréal), John Aldrich (Duke University), Thomas Gschwend (University of Mannheim), Ludovic Rheault (Université de Montréal) : Understanding Vote Choice When Electors Have Two Votes

Marc Guinjoan (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Pablo Simon (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Sandra Bermudez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Ignacio Lago (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) : Back To The Future: Expectations In Mass Elections'

Kelly Rowe (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) : Mediating the Link Between the Economy and the Vote: The Impact of the Electoral System and Abstention on Economic Voting

Simon Labbé St-Vincent (Université de Montréal), Jean-Benoit Pilet (Université Libre de Bruxelles), André Blais (Université de Montréal) : Where is the Electoral Sweet Spot?'

Discussant/Commentatrice: Emilie van Haute (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

F15(a)Web Politics II: Digital Democratic Citizenship
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A303+

session details / détails de la séance: F15(a)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Président: Marc André Bodet (Université Laval)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Vincent Raynauld (Carleton University), André Turcotte (Carleton University) : The Tea Party, Social Media and the New Emergence of Online Politicking 3.0

Marc Trussler (McGill University), Stuart Soroka (McGill University) : Consumer Choice in Online Media

Sara Vissers (McGill University), Dietlind Stolle (McGill University) : How do I Change Politics?' Evaluating the Effectiveness of Political Participation Modes

Discussant/Commentatrice: Tamara A. Small (University of Guelph)

F15(b)Participation
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A308+

session details / détails de la séance: F15(b)

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Chair/Présidente: Laura Stephenson (University of Western Ontario)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

André Blais (Université de Montréal), Carol Galais (Université de Montréal) : The Civic Duty to vote over time and the Spanish Economic Crisis'

André Blais (Université de Montréal), Hanna Wass (University of Helsinki), Marjukka Weide (University of Helsinki) : Turnout Among Immigrants: New Insights on the Role of Political Socialization, Life Cycle Effect and Social Background

Emilie van Haute (Université Libre de Bruxelles) : A Simple Tool to Understand Patterns of Electoral Volatility?

Valérie-Anne Mahéo (McGill University) : Canadian Turnout Inequalities in Time: Understanding the Changing Education Gap

Discussant/Commentatrice: Laura Stephenson (University of Western Ontario)

G1The Political Economy of Environmental Policy
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A308+

session details / détails de la séance: G1

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Président: Stephen McBride (McMaster University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

James Gaede (Carleton University) : The Political-Economic Potential of Carbon Capture and Storage in Canada: A Framework for Prospective Assessment

Anders Hayden (Dalhousie University) : Ecological Modernization in a 'Have-Not,' Coal-Powered, Energy-Insecure Province: Understanding Nova Scotia's Promotion of Green Energy and Carbon Reduction

Julie MacArthur (Simon Fraser University) : Tilting at Windmills? The Changing Ownership of Renewable Power Generation in Canada

Discussant/Commentateur: James Lawson (University of Victoria)

G2Scale and Social Reproduction
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A118+

session details / détails de la séance: G2

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Président: Peter Graefe (McMaster University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Tammy Findlay (Mount Saint Vincent University) : Fiscal Federalism and Social Struggle: Social Policy Activism in Canada

Rianne Mahon (Wilfrid Laurier University) : Travelling Policy Ideas: Integrating the Social into CEPAL’s Neo-Structuralist Paradigm

Discussant/Commentateur: Neil Bradford (Huron College)

G3Lunch/Déjeuner
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: G3

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

G4Labour Strategy, Labour Vision
04-June-201301:30 PM
to
03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A302+

session details / détails de la séance: G4

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Président: Stephen McBride (McMaster University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Thomas Collombat (Université du Québec en Outaouais) : The Crisis of Unionism and Labour Internationalism: The Case of the AFL-CIO Foreign Policy

Chris Hurl (Carleton University) : Spatial Keynesianism, Labour Geographies and the Making of Ontario's Public Sector

Charles Smith (St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan), Larry Savage (Brock University) : The Political Economy of Labour Rights as Human Rights

Discussant/Commentateur: Stephen McBride (McMaster University)

G5BRICS: Empty Shell or Real Organization
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building C115+

session details / détails de la séance: G5

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Président: Peter Graefe (McMaster University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Mathieu Arès (Université de Sherbrooke) : Mexico : The Next Bric Member?

Edison Barreto (Université de Sherbrooke) : Le Brésil et le BRICS : à  la recherche des zones de convergence à  l´interne

Serge Granger (Université de Sherbrooke) : India and the BRIC

Discussant/Commentateur: Ali Dizboni (Royal Military College)

G6State form and North-South linkages
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building D134+

session details / détails de la séance: G6

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Présidente: Marlea Clarke (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Sabah Alnasseri (York University) : Political Economy of the Arab Spring: A Regulation Theoretical Approach

Dragana Bodruzic (University of Toronto) : Promoting International Development Through Corporate Social Responsibility: CIDA's New Partnership with Canadian Mining Companies

Kalowatie Deonandan (University of Saskatchewan) : Damage Control or Just Damaging: How Canada is Combatting its Negative Image in Mining Communities in Latin America

Discussant/Commentatrice: Marlea Clarke (University of Victoria)

G7Canadian Development Strategies
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Continuing Studies Building 112+

session details / détails de la séance: G7

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Président: Charles Smith (St. Thomas More College, University of Sakstachewan)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Aidan Conway (York University) : From "Financialization" to the "Great Financial Crisis": Canadian Experience in Historical and Comparative Perspective

Frantz Gheller (York University) : The Transition to Capitalism in Canada

Paul Kellogg (Athabasca University) : Prairie Capitalism Revisited: Capital Accumulation and Class Formation in the New West

Brandon Tozzo (Queen's University) : How the West Won: The Economics Forces Behind the Political Ascent of the Conservative Party

Discussant/Commentateur: Charles Smith (St. Thomas More College, University of Sakstachewan)

G8Lunch/Déjeuner
05-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: G8

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Président: Charles Smith (St. Thomas More College, University of Sakstachewan)

Discussant/Commentateur: Charles Smith (St. Thomas More College, University of Sakstachewan)

G10(a)Rik Davidson/Studies in Political Economy 2012 Book Prize Lecture
Joint session with the Society for Socialist Studies / Séance conjointe avec la Société d'études socialistes
05-June-201305:00 PM
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06:30 PM
David Strong Building C118+

session details / détails de la séance: G10(a)

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Karen Bakker (University of British Columbia) : Commons Versus Commodities: Water Privatization and the Global Water ‘Crisis’

G11No session / Aucune séance
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
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session details / détails de la séance: G11

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

G12(a)Policy Dilemmas in Open Economies
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building B019+

session details / détails de la séance: G12(a)

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Président: Bryan Evans (Ryerson University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Geoffrey Hale (University of Lethbridge) : CNOOC-Nexen, State-Controlled Enterprises, and the Growing Challenges of Canadian Foreign Investment Policies

Kyle Hanniman (University of Toronto) : In the Eye of the Beholder: Political Institutions, Investor Type, and Public Creditworthiness

Jemma Kim (Kansai Gaidai University) : Japan After 311 Tsunami and East Asian Regional Integration: The Prospects for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)

Raymond Tatalovich (Loyola University Chicago) : Party, Ideology, and Deficits: Provincial Fiscal Policy and the Cameron Thesisx

Discussant/Commentatrice: Elizabeth Smythe (Concordia University College)

G12(b)Roundtable: Authors Meet Critics: The Making of Global Capitalism: The Political Economy of the American Empire
Joint session with the Society for Socialist Studies / Séance conjointe avec la Société d'études socialistes
06-June-201310:45 AM
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12:15 PM
Fraser Law Building 152+

session details / détails de la séance: G12(b)

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Président: Ingo Schmidt (Athabasca University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

William K. Carroll (University of Victoria)
Marjorie Cohen (Simon Fraser University)
Leo Panitch (York University)
G13Lunch/Déjeuner
06-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: G13

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Président: Ingo Schmidt (Athabasca University)

G14Unstable Neoliberal Governmentalities: Risk, P3s, Employability
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building D125+

session details / détails de la séance: G14

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

Chair/Président: Dennis Pilon (York University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Lisa Burke (University of Denver) : The Certainty of Uncertainty

Daniel Preece (Carleton University) : Disciplining and Categorizing the Unemployed: The Shifting Governmentality of the Canadian Employment Insurance Program

Heather Whiteside (Simon Fraser Univesity) : Public-private Partnerships: Re-conceptualizing the 'Public Interest'

Discussant/Commentateur: Dennis Pilon (York University)

G15No session / Aucune séance
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: G15

Section: Political Economy / Économie politique

H1(a)Democracy and Belonging: Who Are “The Demos”?
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A311+

session details / détails de la séance: H1(a)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Rachel Magnusson (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Katrina Chapelas (University of British Columbia) : Constructing Identities: The Case of the Concerned Residents of the West End

Catherine Frost (McMaster University), Elke Winter (University of Ottawa) : Making and Authenticating the Citizen: Naturalization and Passport Applications as Windows on the Practices of Political Membership

Laura Montanaro (University of Chicago) : Democratic Constituency Formation

Michael Sullivan (St. Mary's University, San Antonio) : A Dependency-Based Framework for Reforming Family Immigration Benefits

Discussant/Commentatrice: Barbara Arneil (University of British Columbia)

H1(b)Theories of Power and Domination
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building B019+

session details / détails de la séance: H1(b)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Sandra Tomsons (University of Winnipeg)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Shiraz Dossa (St. Francis Xavier University) : Liberals and Tyranny: Montesquieu, Kant and Mill

Allison McCulloch (Brandon University), Anna Drake (University of Waterloo) : Post-Conflict States, Outsiders and the All-Affected Principle

Anastasiya Salnykova (University of British Columbia) : Finding the Oppressors and the Oppressed: Self-determination and Tyranny in Opposing Discourses of Ukrainian and Russian Cultures in Ukraine

Discussant/Commentateur: Marc Woons (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

H1(c)Workshop: Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka's Zoopolis (Double session/Séance double)
Joint session with the Canadian Philosophy Association / Séance conjointe avec l'Association canadienne de philosophie
04-June-201309:00 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A206+

session details / détails de la séance: H1(c)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Chloe Taylor (University of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Christiane Bailey (Université de Montréal) : Zoopolis: A Political Deconstruction of Animal Rights Theories

Laura Janara (University of British Columbia) : Situating Zoopolis

Clare Palmer (Texas A&M University ) : Cats in Zoopolis

Dinesh Wadiwel (University of Sydney) : Zoopolis: Challenging Our Conceptualisation of Political Sovereignty Through Animal Sovereignties  

Sue Donaldson (Independent Researcher) : Response

Will Kymlicka (Queen's Universiy) : Response

H2(a)Deliberative Democracy
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A311+

session details / détails de la séance: H2(a)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Président: Ronald Beiner (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Anna Drake (University of Waterloo) : Deliberative Mini-publics and Democratic Contestation

Genevieve Fuji Johnson (Simon Fraser University) : Reclaiming the Value of Protest Action from the Long Shadow of Deliberative Democracy

Marc Hanvelt (Carleton University) : Democratic Interests

Chris Samuel (Queen's University) : Redistributing Habitus? Bourdieu, Practical Sense and Democratic Deliberation

Discussant/Commentateur: Xavier Bériault (Université d'Ottawa)

H2(b)Critical Approaches to Law and Sovereignty
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building B019+

session details / détails de la séance: H2(b)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Anuja Bose (University of California Los Angeles)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Andrea Cassatella (University of Toronto) : Beyond Indivisible Unconditionality: Sovereignty in the Thought of Jacques Derrida

Sagi Cohen (University of Ottawa) : Political Sovereignty: The Automatic Death Machine

Catherine Kellogg (University of Alberta) : The Rights of "Man" and their Obsence Supplement

Dan Webb (University of Manitoba) : Law and Faith: Zizek's Flawed Categorization of Judaism and Christianity

Discussant/Commentateur: Clayton Lewis (York University)

H2(c)Workshop: Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka's Zoopolis (Double session/Séance double see/voir H1c)
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A206+

session details / détails de la séance: H2(c)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

H3Lunch/Déjeuner
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: H3

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

H4(a)Rethinking the “Political” in the Life of the Demos
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A308+

session details / détails de la séance: H4(a)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Président: DJC Carmichael (University of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Nomi Lazar (University of Ottawa) : How Time Frames: Marxism, Primitivism, and the Politics of Clock Time

Terry Maley (York University) : Fugitive Democracy and the 'Political' in Sheldon Wolin's Thought

Discussant/Commentatrice: Anna Drake (University of Waterloo)

H4(b)Human Rights
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building B019+

session details / détails de la séance: H4(b)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Président: Robert Maciel (Western University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Drew Brown (University of Alberta) : The Weight of Injustice: The Oppression of Fat People in the Contemporary West

Neil Hibbert (University of Saskatchewan) : Are Human Rights the Rights of Social Justice?

David Western (Valparaiso University) : On Empathy and Rights: Priorities and Distinctions

Anna Yeatman (University of Western Sydney) : The Politics of Human Rights: The Agonistic Relationship Between Social Democracy and Neo-liberalism

Discussant/Commentatrice: Catherine Kellogg (University of Alberta)

H4(c)Workshop: Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka's Zoopolis: A Political Theory of Animal Rights - The Foundations of the Zoopolis: Landscape for a Legal Framework or Slippery Terrain?
Joint session with the Canadian Philosophy Association / Séance conjointe avec l'Association canadienne de philosophie
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A206+

session details / détails de la séance: H4(c)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Kate Daley (York University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Paul Hamilton (Brock University) : Steps Toward Zoopolis ? A Comparative Analysis of Recent Constitutional and Legislative Changes to the Status of Animals

Dan Hooley (University of Toronto) : Justice for All: Recognizing Other Animals as Members of Our Political Communities

Emma Planinc (University of Toronto) : The Freedom of Equals or Unequals Alike? Animals as Citizens in the Democratic Zoopolis.

Geoffrey Sigalet (Princeton University) : Francis Bacon and the Democratic Teloi of Animals

Discussant/Commentateur: Stefan Dolgert (Brock University)

H5(a)“The Knowledge of the Heart”: Discussions of Ethics in Politics
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A118+

session details / détails de la séance: H5(a)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Président: Chris Samuel (Queen's University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Tyler Chamberlain (Carleton University) : Blaise Pascal as a Political Thinker

Clayton Lewis (York University) : Responsibility And Fraternity: The Political Implications Of Levinas' Ethics As First Philosophy

Discussant/Commentateur: David Western (Valparaiso University)

H5(b)Reflecting on the Discipline
04-June-201303:15 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: H5(b)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Katherine Fierlbeck (Dalhousie University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jane Mansbridge (Harvard University / American Political Science Association) : What is Political Science For?

Discussant/Commentateur - 1: André Blais (Université de Montréal)

Discussant/Commentateur - 2: Robert Young (Western University)

H5(c)Workshop: Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka's Zoopolis: A Political Theory of Animal Rights - Are Animals Part of the Political Community?
Joint session with the Canadian Philosophy Association / Séance conjointe avec l'Association canadienne de philosophie
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A206+

session details / détails de la séance: H5(c)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Président: Robert Nichols (University of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Caleb Basnett (York University) : Other Political Animals: Aristotle and the Limits of Political Community

Kate Daley (York University) : Beyond Other Animals: Haraway's When Species Meet and Privilege within Feminism(s)

John Sanbonmatsu (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) : Speciesism as the Ur-Modality of Herrenvolk Politics, or, Can Nonhuman Animals Be Slaves?

Discussant/Commentatrice: Laura Janara (University of British Columbia)

H6(a)Nature and Ecology
05-June-201308:45 AM
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Clearihue Building D267+

session details / détails de la séance: H6(a)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Kathryn Harrison (University of British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Willy Blomme (Johns Hopkins University) : The Last Days of Winter: The Impact of Climate Change on Home and Belonging

James Gaede (Carleton University) : Politics as Distinction: Observing the Future for Sustainable Energy

Kristjana Loptson (University of Alberta) : Conceptualizing Land and Nature in Political Theory

Discussant/Commentateur: Anders Hayden (Dalhousie University)

H6(b)Classical Political Thought
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Engineering Office Wing 430+

session details / détails de la séance: H6(b)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Président: DJC Carmichael (University of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Robert Ballingall (University of Toronto) : Political Authority and the Enigma of Godlikeness in Plato's Laws

Rebecca Kingston (University of Toronto) : The Political Theory of Plutarch's Moral Essays

Ann Ward (Campion College, University of Regina) : Pride and the Ethics of Aristotle

Discussant/Commentateur: Caleb Basnett (York University)

H7(a)Locke, Pirates, and Intoxication in the 17th Century
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Continuing Studies Building 114+

session details / détails de la séance: H7(a)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Avigail Eisenberg (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Sarah Pemberton (Ohio University) : The State of Nat-arr! Locke's Second Treatise and the Philosophy of Piracy

Vicki Hsueh (Western Washington University) : Cultivating 'Sober' Judgments: The Political of Excess and Emotions

Discussant/Commentateur: Tyler Chamberlain (Carleton University)

H7(b)Social Justice
05-June-201310:30 AM
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Continuing Studies Building 116+

session details / détails de la séance: H7(b)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Allison McCulloch (Brandon University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Anuja Bose (University of California Los Angeles) : Security and Freedom of Movement in Foucault's Lectures on Governmentality

Robert Maciel (Western University) : Rooting Cosmopolitanism: Global Obligations and Associative Duties

Sandra Tomsons (University of Winnipeg), Karen Morrison (University of Guelph), Angela Gomez (Independent Researcher), Martin Forde (St. George University) : North-South Research and Social Justice: A New Paradigm for research ethics

Marc Woons (Universitéit Leuven) : Multinational Social Justice in Europe and Canada: Political Community Building With or Without Shared Identity

Discussant/Commentateur: Neil Hibbert (University of Saskatchewan)

H7(c)Workshop: Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka's Zoopolis: A Political Theory of Animal Rights - The Importance of Being Property: Animals, Sovereignty, Science
Joint session with the Canadian Philosophy Association / Séance conjointe avec l'Association canadienne de philosophie
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Continuing Studies Building 118+

session details / détails de la séance: H7(c)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Kate Daley (York University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Stefan Dolgert (Brock University) : Democratic Rats? Michel Serres, Karni Mata, and the Animal Research Complex

Laura Janara (University of British Columbia) : Tracing the Legitimation of Animal Use in Canadian Universities

Dinesh Wadiwel (University of Sydney) : 'The Universal Cannibalism of the Sea': Comparing Locke and Derrida's accounts on Dominion, Property and Sovereignty over Animals

Discussant/Commentatrice: Maneesha Deckha (University of Victoria)

H8Lunch/Déjeuner
05-June-201312:00 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: H8

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

H11(a)Republican Themes in Institutional Reform
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building B019+

session details / détails de la séance: H11(a)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Nomi Lazar (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Ryan Hurl (University of Toronto) : Machiavellian Democracy and The Unintended Consequences of Participatory Government

Rachel Magnusson (University of Victoria) : From Freedom to Equality: Thinking Politically about Education

Robert Sparling (Université de Montréal) : Money Talks? Money and the Corruption of Political Speech

Discussant/Commentatrice: Dorina Verli (University of Toronto)

H11(b)Politics and Religion
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building B020+

session details / détails de la séance: H11(b)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Vicki Hsueh (Western Washington University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Ronald Beiner (University of Toronto) : Harringtonian Civil Religion

Josée Bolduc (Carleton University) : Putting the Apolitical into Question: A Critique of Fullness in the Work of Charles Taylor

Lee Ward (Campion College, University of Regina) : Natural Rights and Civil Religion in Thomas Jefferson

Discussant/Commentatrice: Joanne Wright (University of New Brunswick)

H12(a)Debates in Republican Theory
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building B020+

session details / détails de la séance: H12(a)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Rebecca Kingston (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Tolga Karabulut (Ankara University) : Reflections on Constitutional Patriotism: Arendt and Habermas on Politics and Public Freedom

Dorina Verli (University of Toronto) : The Politics of Distinction or Oppression? Rousseau Against Montesquieu on the Role of Honour

Discussant/Commentatrice: Anna Yeatman (University of Western Sydney)

H12(b)Colonialism
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building C109+

session details / détails de la séance: H12(b)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Présidente: Sarah Pemberton (Ohio University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Barbara Arneil (University of British Columbia) : Domestic Colonization and its Defenders

Robert Nichols (University of Alberta) : Democracy and Colonialism

Tobold Rollo (University of Toronto) : Subordinated Bodies: Colonialism, Race, and Embodied Practice

Discussant/Commentateur: Dan Webb (Univesity of Alberta)

H13Lunch/Déjeuner
06-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
Clearihue Building D132+

session details / détails de la séance: H13

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

H14(a)Debates in Federalism, Consocialism, and Representation
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building D131+

session details / détails de la séance: H14(a)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Président: Lee Ward (Campion College, University of Regina)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Xavier Bériault (Université d'Ottawa) : A Canadian Plebeian Political Experience?

Thomas Hueglin (Wilfrid Laurier University) : Two Tales of Subsidiarity

Douglas Jarvis (Carleton University) : The Southern Conservative Thought of John C. Calhoun and the Cultural Foundations of the Canadian Identity

Michael MacKenzie (University of British Columbia) : John Stuart Mill and the Canadian Senate

Discussant/Commentatrice: Joanne Heritz (McMaster University)

H14(b)New Media and Political Theory
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A110+

session details / détails de la séance: H14(b)

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Président: Arthur Kroker (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Guillaume Filion (University of Victoria) : On the Computerization of Cultural Politics: Digital Production of Knowledge and Posthumanist Diplomacy.

Simon Glezos (University of Victoria) : Embodied Virtuality: Speed, Perception and New Media

Liam Mitchell (Trent University) : Boredom, Interest, and Distraction in Social Media

Discussant/Commentateur: Arthur Kroker (University of Victoria)

H15Deconstructing the Discipline II: Critical Analyses
06-June-201303:15 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: H15

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

Chair/Président: Jarrad Reddekop (Western University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Vaughan Lyon (Trent University) : Treading Water: The Democracy "Industry" and Neglected Citizens

Simeon Mitropolitski (Université de Montréal) : How Much Eclectic and Opportunistic is Modern Political Science?

Jonathan Tomm (University of British Columbia) : Deliberation in Anarchy: Communicative Trust-building outside the State

Frances Widdowson (Mount Royal University) : 'Decolonizing Political Theory': Exploring the Implications of Advocacy for Political Science

Discussant/Commentateur: Terry Maley (York University)

J1(a)Workshop: A New Era of Province Building? The Politics of Substate Development in Comparative Perspectives - Immigration and the New Province-Building
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building D134+

session details / détails de la séance: J1(a)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Martin Papillon (Université d'Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Antoine Bilodeau (Concordia University), Luc Turgeon (Université d'Ottawa), Ailsa Henderson (University of Edinburg) : Province Building Through Immigration? Provincial Public Opinion on the PNPs

Mireille Paquet (Université de Montréal) : The New Resource? Province Building in Immigration 1990-2010

Leslie Seidle (Institute for Research on Public Policy) : Provincial Nominee Immigration Programs: The Return of the Pendulum?

Discussant/Commentateur: Phil Triadafilopoulos (University of Toronto)

J1(b)Canadian Energy Governance
04-June-201308:45 AM
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Clearihue Building B020+

session details / détails de la séance: J1(b)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Mario Levesque (Mount Allison University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Monica Gattinger (University of Ottawa) : A National Energy Strategy for Canada: Golden Age or Golden Cage of Energy Federalism?

George Hoberg (University of British Columbia) : The Political Economy of Pipelines: The Battle over Oil Sands Access to Tidewater

Karena Shaw (University of Victoria), Eleanor Stephenson (University of Victoria) : A Dilemma of Abundance: Climate Change and Unconventional Gas in British Columbia

Discussant/Commentateur: David Houle (University of Toronto)

J2(a)Workshop: A New Era of Province Building? The Politics of Substate Development in Comparative Perspectives - Immigration and the New Province-Building: Comparative Perspectives
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building D134+

session details / détails de la séance: J2(a)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Présidente: Mireille Paquet (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Sanjay Jeram (Brock University) : Sub-state Nationalism and Immigrant Integration in Spain: Divergent Paths in the Basque Country and Catalonia

Phil Triadafilopoulos (University of Toronto), Joachim Rahmann (Hertie School of Governance) : Making Room for Islam in Germany's Public Schools: The Role of the Laender

Discussant/Commentateur: Leslie Seidle (Institute for Research on Public Policy)

J2(b)Politics in the Provinces
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A302+

session details / détails de la séance: J2(b)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Chris Cochrane (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Peter Clancy (St. Francis Xavier University) : Shale Gas: Challenges of Social Licensing in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia

Brenda O'Neill (University of Calgary), Julie Croskill (University of Calgary) : The Wild Wild West? The 2012 Alberta Election

Dennis Pilon (York University) : Assessing Gordon Campbell's Uneven Democratic Legacy in British Columbia'

Nelson Wiseman (University of Toronto) : The Socialist Imprint on Saskatchewan Politics

Discussant/Commentateur: Jim Farney (University of Regina)

J3Lunch/Déjeuner - Roundtable: Practitioners' Views on Province-Building
Joint session with the Canadian Politics and Public Administration Sections / Séance conjointe avec la section Politique canadienne et la section Administration publique
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
Clearihue Building C112+

session details / détails de la séance: J3

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Martin Papillon (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Ron Hicks (Former Deputy Minister, Executive Council and head of the Alberta Public Service)
Dan Perrins (Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, Former Deputy Minister to the Premier and Head of the Public Service, Government of Saskatchewan)
Tom Syer (Business Council of British Columbia, former Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of the Premier, Government of British Columbia)
Josée Bergeron (Conseillère, Secrétariat aux Affaires intergouvernementales canadiennes, Gouvernement du Québec)
J4Workshop: A New Era of Province Building? The Politics of Substate Development in Comparative Perspectives - The New Province-Building and Social Policy
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building D134+

session details / détails de la séance: J4

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Neil Bradford (Huron University College)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Tammy Findlay (Mount Saint Vincent University) : Provincial Gender Regimes: Child Care and Social Citizenship in Canada

Peter Graefe (McMaster University), Rachel Laforest (Queen's University) : The Challenge of Provincial Leadership in Social Policy

Alain Noël (Université de Montréal), Florence Larocque (Columbia University) : Closing the Gap? The Determinants of Provincial Orientations Toward Aboriginal Peoples in the 2000s

Martin Papillon (Université d'Ottawa) : The Political Economy of Aboriginal Policy-Making in Canadian Provinces

Discussant/Commentateur: Daniel Béland (University of Saskatchewan)

J5(a)Workshop: A New Era of Province Building? The Politics of Substate Development in Comparative Perspectives - The New Province-Building Beyond Canada
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building D134+

session details / détails de la séance: J5(a)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Présidente: Jennifer Wallner (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Alan Fenna (Curtin University, Western Australia) : Australian Federalism and the Notion of 'Province-Building'

Dan Herman (Wilfrid Laurier University) : The Political Economy of North American Innovation and Industrial Policy: The Role of State and Provincial Government

Hans Michelmann (University of Saskatchewan) : Constituent Unit Foreign Relations in Federal Countries: Political, Economic and Cultural Dimensions

Discussant/Commentateur: Luc Turgeon (Université d'Ottawa)

J5(b)The Politics of Natural Resources at the Substate Level
04-June-201303:15 PM
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Continuing Studies Building 140+

session details / détails de la séance: J5(b)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Présidente: Monica Gattinger (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jeffrey Collins (Carleton University), Scott Reid (Memorial University of Newfoundland) : No More Giveaways!' - Resource Nationalism in Newfoundland: 1979-2010

Mario Levesque (Mount Allison University) : Fishing for Answers: In the Aftermath of Newfoundland and Labrador's 2003 Dunne Report

Scott Reid (Memorial University of Newfoundland), Jeff Collins (Carleton University) : An Atlantic Canadian perspective on the NEP

Discussant/Commentateur: Peter Clancy (St. Francis Xavier University)

J6(a)Governance and Public Policy in Canada: A View from the Provinces
05-June-201308:45 AM
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Continuing Studies Building 110+

session details / détails de la séance: J6(a)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Paul Thomas (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Michael Atkinson (University of Saskatchewan) : The Dilemmas of Provincial Public Finance

Daniel Béland (University of Saskatchewan) : Reassessing Provincial Public Policy

Peter W.B. Phillips (University of Saskatchewan) : The Provincial Regulatory State

Ken Rasmussen (University of Saskatchewan) : The Development of Provincial Administrative Institutions

Discussant/Commentatrice: Tammy Findlay (Mount Saint Vincent University)

J6(b)Learning from Sub-federal Initiatives on Climate Change
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Continuing Studies Building 112+

session details / détails de la séance: J6(b)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Pierre-Marc Daigneault (University of Saskatchewan)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

David Gordon (University of Toronto) : Relational Dynamics and Networked Climate Governance: Exploring Influence in the C40 Climate Leadership Group

David Houle (University of Toronto) : Market-based Instruments for Climate Change Policy in Canadian Provinces

Beth Schwartz (University of British Columbia) : The Case of the Missing Local Climate Change Policy

Discussant/Commentateur: George Hoberg (University of British Columbia)

J7(a)Energy Policy, Public Participation and Scientific Uncertainty: The Contentious Politics of Unconventional Natural Gas
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Engineering and Computer Science 104+

session details / détails de la séance: J7(a)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Présidente: Grace Skogstad (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Pascale Dufour (Université de Montréal), Laurence Bhérer (Université de Montréal), Christine Rothmayr (Université de Montréal) : Public Mobilisation, Policy Frames and Policy Change: The Case of Shale Gas in Québec

Kathryn Garvie (University of Victoria), Karena Shaw (University of Victoria) : Taming the Industry? Consultation on Unconventional Gas in NE British Columbia

Erick Lachapelle (Université de Montréal), Éric Montpetit (Université de Montréal) : Do Scientific Risk Assessments Matter? The Cultural Politics of Unconventional Gas

Discussant/Commentateur: Paul Quirk (University of British Columbia)

J7(b)Explaining Vote Choice in the Canadian Provinces
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Engineering and Computer Science 130+

session details / détails de la séance: J7(b)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Steve White (Concordia University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Loleen Berdahl (University of Saskatchewan), Kirk Clavelle (University of Saskatchewan), David McGrane (St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan) : It's the Economy, Stupid? Assessing the Implications of Economic Perceptions in Provincial Elections

Mebs Kanji (Concordia University), Vincent Hopkins (Concordia University) : Political Efficacy and Young People in Canada, 1965-2011

Jason Roy (Wilfrid Laurier University), David McGrane (St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan) : Canadian Provincial Voting Behaviour: Birds of a Feather?

Lori Thorlakson (University of Alberta) : Second Order Elections and Canadian Exceptionalism

Discussant/Commentateur: Steve White (Concordia University)

J8Lunch/Déjeuner
05-June-201312:00 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: J8

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

J11(a)Historical Perspectives on Northern Political Development
06-June-201308:45 AM
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Clearihue Building C109+

session details / détails de la séance: J11(a)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Garry Wilson (University of Northern British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Sheena Kennedy Dalseg (Carleton University) : Learning, Tradition and Change: Lessons from the Past

Joshua Gladstone (Carleton University) : Perspectives on Modern Treaties and the Northern Mixed Economy

Jerald Sabin (University of Toronto) : Revisiting Carrothers: Settler Society and Constitutional Development in the Northwest Territories

Discussant/Commentatrice: Annis May Timpson (University of Edinburgh)

J11(b)Institutional Evolution and Provincial Legislature
06-June-201308:45 AM
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Clearihue Building C110+

session details / détails de la séance: J11(b)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Henry Jacek (McMaster University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Connor Bays (Ontario Legislature Internship Programme) : Going Rogue: Why a Minority Government Might Choose to Prorogue the Legislature During Executive Transitions

Anthony Boland (McMaster University) : Analyzing the Legislative Evolution and Institutional Effectiveness of the Ontario Environmental Commissioner,1993-2012

Andrea Ernesaks (Ontario Legislature Internship Programme) : From Part-Time Worker to Full-Time Professional: Examining the Professionalization of the Political Trade in the Ontario Legislature

Discussant/Commentateur: Graham White (University of Toronto)

J12(a)Campaigns and Community in Canadian Provincial Elections
06-June-201310:30 AM
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Clearihue Building A307+

session details / détails de la séance: J12(a)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Don Desserud (University of Prince Edward Island)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Mebs Kanji (Concordia University), Kerry Tannahill (Concordia University) : Support for Political Community in Quebec

Alex Marland (Memorial University of Newfoundland) : Negative Advertising in Provincial Election Campaigns

Shannon Sampert (University of Winnipeg) : Media Coverage of the 2011-2012 Provincial Elections

Jared Wesley (University of Alberta), Alan Siaroff (University of Lethbridge) : Explaining Comparative Voter Turnout in the Canadian Provinces since 1965: The Importance of Context

Discussant/Commentateur: David McGrane (University of Saskatchewan)

J12(b)Social Movements and the Provincial State
06-June-201310:30 AM
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Clearihue Building D125+

session details / détails de la séance: J12(b)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Présidente: Audrey L'Espérance (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Cheryl Collier (University of Windsor) : Federalism and Social Movements: A Comparative Study of Meso-Level Child Care Advocacy in Canada and the United States

Nicola Hepburn (University of Toronto) : The Impact of Policy Networks on Ontario's Research and Innovation Infrastructure: Explaining the Development of the Ontario Network of Excellence

Discussant/Commentateur: Michael Orsini (University of Ottawa)

J12(c)Politics Inside the Provincial Legislature
06-June-201310:30 AM
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Clearihue Building D132+

session details / détails de la séance: J12(c)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Henry Jacek (McMaster University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Joshua Borden (Ontario Legislature Internship Programme) : Decorum Inside the Ontario Legislative Assembly

Gillian Hanson (Ontario Legislature Internship Programme) : Fixing the (Democratic) Deficits: The Reintroduction of Bicameralism in Ontario

Lauren Tarasuk (Ontario Legislature Internship Programme) : The Effects of Minority Government on Members from Northern Constituencies

Discussant/Commentateur: David Docherty (Mount Royal University)

J13Lunch/Déjeuner
06-June-201312:00 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: J13

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

J14(a)Rights Claims, Identity, and Citizenship in an Oil Economy
06-June-201301:30 PM
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Clearihue Building D134+

session details / détails de la séance: J14(a)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Edward LeSage (University of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Bob Barnetson (Athabasca University) : Worker Safety in Alberta: Trading Health for Profit

Lorna Stefanick (Athabasca University) : Transparency, Accountability and Good Governance: Is Alberta Cursed?

Karen Wall (Athabasca University) : "Sharpest Knives in the Drawer": Culture at the Intersection of Oil and State

Discussant/Commentateur: Edward LeSAge (University of Alberta)

J14(b)Linkages Between Society and Provincial Legislature
06-June-201301:30 PM
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Clearihue Building D267+

session details / détails de la séance: J14(b)

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

Chair/Président: Henry Jacek (McMaster University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Beth Elder (Ontario Legislature Internship Programme) : Organizational Sponsorship of a Provincial Internship Programme: Motivations and Charitable-giving Decisions

Leanna Katz (Ontario Legislature Internship Programme) : Choosing Provincial Party Leaders: Selection Procedures, Democracy, and Legislative Leadership

Hibah Sidat (Ontario Legislature Internship Programme) : Legislative-Society Linkages: Barriers to Civic Engagement and Societal Integration and its Impact on MPPs and their Staff

Discussant/Commentateur: Jonathan Malloy (Carleton University)

J15No session / Aucune séance
06-June-201303:15 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: J15

Section: Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond / Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà

K1Immigration, Race and Public Administration
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building C115+

session details / détails de la séance: K1

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

Chair/Président: Edward Koning (University of Guelph)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Mikael Hellstrom (University of Alberta), Patrick von Maravic (University of Alberta) : The Administration of Multiculturalism - An Investigation of the Role of Immigrant Community Organizations on the Labour Market Policy Field in Canada, Germany, and Sweden

Iain Reeve (Queen's University) : Lesser Evils and Strategic Partnerships: Independent Immigrant Service Organizations and Federalism in Canada

Debra Thompson (Ohio University) : Race and the Canadian Census

Discussant/Commentateur: Edward Koning (University of Guelph)

K2Comparative Provincial Administration I
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building B020+

session details / détails de la séance: K2

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

Chair/Présidente: Debra A. Thompson (Ohio University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Charles Horn (University of Victoria) : Child Advocates in Comparative Perspective: B.C. and Ontario

Donna Wood (University of Victoria) : Activating the Unemployed in Canadian Provinces

Discussant/Commentatrice: Rachel Laforest (Queen's University)

K3Lunch/Déjeuner - Roundtable: Practitioners' Views on Province-Building
Joint session with the Canadian Politics Section and the Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and Beyond Section / Séance conjointe avec la section Politique canadienne et la section Politique provinciale et territoriale au Canada et au-delà
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
Clearihue Building C112+

session details / détails de la séance: K3

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

Chair/Président: Martin Papillon (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Ron Hicks (Former Deputy Minister, Executive Council and head of the Alberta Public Service)
Dan Perrins (Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, Former Deputy Minister to the Premier and Head of the Public Service, Government of Saskatchewan)
Tom Syer (Business Council of British Columbia, former Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of the Premier, Government of British Columbia)
Josée Bergeron (Conseillère, Secrétariat aux Affaires intergouvernementales canadiennes, Gouvernement du Québec)
K4Comparative Provincial Administration II
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building B020+

session details / détails de la séance: K4

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

Chair/Présidente: Geneviève Tellier (Université d'Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Peter Elson (Mount Royal University) : Provincial Administration of Third Sector Relations: Smoke and mirrors or substance?

Stephanie Paterson (Concordia University), Patrik Marier (Concordia University) : The State of Gender Analysis in Canada: An Interprovincial Comparison

Discussant/Commentatrice: Geneviève Tellier (Université d'Ottawa)

K5Roundtable: Governing the Social Dimension in Canadian Federalism and European Integration
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Campus View Room, Cadboro Commons+

session details / détails de la séance: K5

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

Chair/Présidente: Donna Wood (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Amy Verdun (University of Victoria)
Donna Wood (University of Victoria)

This roundtable provides an opportunity to review how the European Union manages multi-level governance across its 27 member states and assess whether there might be ideas to improve Canada’s often fractious intergovernmental relationships. Seven researchers will share their ideas: Thomas Hueglin, Sir Wilfrid Laurier University; Rachel Laforest, Queen’s University; Patrik Marier, Concordia University; Julie Simmons, University of Guelph, Heather Millar, University of Toronto; Herman Bakvis, University of Victoria and Donna Wood, University of Victoria. Their contributions plus those of four other scholars have been gathered into a special themed issue of Canadian Public Administration June 2013 Volume 56 No.2. The roundtable will be followed by a reception to "launch" the journal.

K6No session/Aucune séance
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
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session details / détails de la séance: K6

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

K7Local Issues in an International Perspective
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Continuing Studies Building 119+

session details / détails de la séance: K7

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

Chair/Président: Daniel Béland (University of Saskatchewan)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Mark Daku (McGill University) : Helmet Use Amongst Motorcycle Taxi Drivers in Kampala and Kigali

Zhang Hui (Jinan University) : The Experience and Challenges of Chinese Social Organization in Urban Governance: In the Case of Security Association - NOT PRESENTED

Discussant/Commentateur: Peter Elson (Mount Royal University)

K8Lunch/Déjeuner
05-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: K8

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

K11Participation and Governance
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building D125+

session details / détails de la séance: K11

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

Chair/Président: Jeremy Speight (Concordia University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Carey Doberstein (University of Toronto) : Decision-making in a Governance Network: An Empirical and Counterfactual Analysis

Eugénie Dostie-Goulet (Université de Sherbrooke), Isabelle Lacroix (Université de Sherbrooke) : Decisional Participation and Citizens' Influence

Rachel Laforest (Queen's University), Susan Phillips (Carleton University) : Input and Output Legitimacy in Governance Regimes

Discussant/Commentateur: Louis Simard (Université d'Ottawa)

K12“New” Influential Actors in Public Administration?
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building D131+

session details / détails de la séance: K12

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

Chair/Présidente: Christine Rothmayr (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jonathan Craft (Simon Fraser University) : Reconciling Policy Networks and Policy Advisory Systems Theory

Angela Franovic (University of Ottawa) : The Strategic Use of Administrative Reforms in Canada: Challenging the Meta-Narrative of Efficiency and Effectiveness

Andrea Migone (Simon Fraser University), Michael Howlett (Simon Fraser University) : The Capacity of Policy Consultants in Canada: Survey Evidence

Louis Simard (Université d'Ottawa) : La Régie de l'énergie du Québec après 15 ans : quel bilan de cette expérience de régulation?

Discussant/Commentateur: Patrick von Maravic (University of Alberta)

K13Lunch/Déjeuner
06-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
+

session details / détails de la séance: K13

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

K14The Challenges of Coordination
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
MacLaurin Building A168+

session details / détails de la séance: K14

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

Chair/Président: Christopher Cooper (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Heather Millar (University of Toronto), Carey Doberstein (University of Toronto) : Balancing a House of Cards: ‘Throughput’ Legitimacy of Network Governance in Canada

Magdalena Ugarte (University of British Columbia) : Complex Policy Subsystems and Horizontal Management: The Case of the Northern Strategic Plan for Labrador

Discussant/Commentateur: Jonathan Craft (Simon Fraser University)

K15Issues in Multi-Level Governance II
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building C109+

session details / détails de la séance: K15

Section: Public Administration / Administration publique

Chair/Présidente: Marlene Sokolon (Concordia University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Ali Dizboni (Royal Military College of Canada), Addinall Robert (Royal Military College of Canada) : Canadian Security Policy Making in Times of Austerity: Whole-of- Government Approach: Promises and Controversies

Sarah Giest (Simon Fraser University) : Placed-based Policy in Climate Change: Flexible and Path-dependent Elements

Jennifer Wallner (University of Ottawa) : Unraveling Interprovincial Coordination

Discussant/Commentatrice: Donna Wood (University of Victoria)

L1(a)Workshop: Anti-Racist and Indigenous Politics in Canada: Divergence and Convergence - Political History of Race and Indigeneity in Canada
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A315+

session details / détails de la séance: L1(a)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Présidente: Teresa Macias (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Adam Carmichael (University of Victoria) : Race and Assimilation: A Comparative Study of Doukhobor and Indigenous Residential School Policy

Renisa Mawani (University of British Columbia) : Specters of Indigeneity in British Indian Migration, 1914

Daniel Voth (University of British Columbia) : Breaking Bad: Lessons from the Breakup of the Indian and Métis Conference

Discussant/Commentatrice: Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark (University of Victoria)

L1(b)Politics of Identity and Nationalism
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building C112+

session details / détails de la séance: L1(b)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Tariq Amin-Khan (Ryerson University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Simeon Mitropolitski (Université de Montréal) : Ethnic and Civic Nationalism: A Dynamic Picture of Political Identities

Ajay Parasram (Carleton University) : The (E)state: The spatial origins of Sri Lanka's ethno-nationalist crisis

Netina Tan (McMaster University) : Constitutional Engineering and Ethnic Politics in Multi-Ethnic Singapore

Discussant/Commentateur: Tariq Amin-Khan (Ryerson University)

L2(a)Workshop: Anti-Racist and Indigenous Politics in Canada: Divergence and Convergence - Multiculturalism, Cultures of Redress and Containment
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A315+

session details / détails de la séance: L2(a)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Jarrad Reddekop (Western University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Matt James (University of Victoria) : Amnesia and Resistance in Canada's Culture of Redress

Rosemary Nagy (Nipissing University) : The TRC of Canada: Genesis and Design

Discussant/Commentatrice: Audra Simpson (Columbia University)

L2(b)Attitudes on Immigration, Integration and Multiculturalism
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building C115+

session details / détails de la séance: L2(b)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Tariq Amin-Khan (Ryerson University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jessica Marianne Behnke (McGill University), Stuart Soroka (McGill University) : Multiculturalism in the Media: The State of Public Debate in Canada, the UK and Australia

Charles Breton (University of British Columbia) : National Identity and its Impact On Attitudes Towards Immigration and Multiculturalism

Steve White (Concordia University), Antoine Bilodeau (Concordia University) : Identity and Belonging among Recent Immigrants in Canada: Do Ties to the Country of Origin Hinder Integration?

Discussant/Commentateur: Grace-Edward Galabuzi (Ryerson University)

L3Lunch/Déjeuner
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
+

session details / détails de la séance: L3

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

L4(a)Workshop: Anti-Racist and Indigenous Politics in Canada: Divergence and Convergence - Race, Coloniality and Rights
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A315+

session details / détails de la séance: L4(a)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Présidente: Sedef Arat-Koc (Ryerson University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Teresa Macias (University of Victoria) : Can the Indian in the Child Ever Speak? The Production of the Residential School Survivor in Media Discourse in Canada

Audra Simpson (Columbia University) : Multicultural, Settler Sovereignty

Discussant/Commentateur: Scott Morgensen (Queen's University)

L4(b)Immigration, Ethnic Diversity and Social Solidarity
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building D267+

session details / détails de la séance: L4(b)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Présidente: Jessica Marianne Behnke (McGill University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Keith Banting (Queen's University), Stuart Soroka (McGill University), Richard Johnston (University of British Columbia), Anthony Kevins (McGill University), Will Kymlicka (Queen's University) : Migration and Welfare State Spending

Edward Koning (Queen's University) : Disentitling, Selecting, or Investing? Understanding Institutional Responses to the Progressive's Dilemma

Tim Reeskins (University of Amsterdam), Ling Zhi (University of Houston) : Justice in a Suitcase: Immigration: Ethnic Diversity and Changing Opinions of Social Inequality.

Matthew Wright (American University), Tim Reeskins (University of Amsterdam), Marc Helbling (Social Science Researech Centre - Berlin) : Elite Rhetoric and Public Opinion on National Identity in Developed Democracies

Discussant/Commentateur: Peter Loewen (University of Toronto)

L5(a)Workshop: Anti-Racist and Indigenous Politics in Canada: Divergence and Convergence - Roundtable: Settler Colonialisms: Solidarities, Territorialities and Embodiment
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Fraser Law Building 159+

session details / détails de la séance: L5(a)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Présidente - 1: Davina Bhandar (Trent University)

Chair/Présidente - 2: Rita Kaur Dhamoon (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Abigail Bakan (Queen's University)
Davina Bhandar (Trent University)
Jeff Corntassel (University of Victoria)
Glen Coulthard (University of British Columbia)
Rita Kaur Dhamoon (University of Victoria)

Snacks will be available at 4:45 pm. / Des collations seront offertes a 16 h 45.

L5(b)Workshop: Anti-Racist and Indigenous Politics in Canada: Divergence and Convergence - Roundtable: Conversations on Anti-Racism, Anti-Colonialism, and Decolonization
04-June-201305:00 PM
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06:30 PM
Fraser Law Building 159+

session details / détails de la séance: L5(b)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Présidente: Rita Kaur Dhamoon (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Taiaiake Alfred (University of Victoria)
Isabel Altamirano-Jiminez (University of Alberta)
Himani Bannerji (York University)
Rita Kaur Dhamoon (University of Victoria)
Jakeet Singh (Illinois State University)
L6(a)Workshop: Anti-Racist and Indigenous Politics in Canada: Divergence and Convergence - Migration, Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Politics
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Continuing Studies Building 116+

session details / détails de la séance: L6(a)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Daniel Voth (University of British Columbia)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Derek Kornelsen (University of British Columbia) : Postcolonial Citizenship: Reconsidering Indigenous Political Belonging and Authority in Settler Societies

Nandita Sharma (University of Hawaii at Manoa) : The Conflation of Migration with Colonialism in Contemporary Indigenous Politics

Aman Sium (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education) : Disrupting the Settler/Indigenous Binary: Implications for Anti-colonial Solidarity Between Racialized Migrants and Indigenous Peoples

Discussant/Commentatrice: Davina Bhandar (Trent University)

L6(b)Indigenous Rights and the State
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Continuing Studies Building 118+

session details / détails de la séance: L6(b)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Présidente: Kelly Aguirre (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Joëlle Alice Michaud-Ouellet (University of Victoria) : Treaties of Sharing: Interrogating Assumptions of Sovereignty

Jacqueline Romanow (University of Winnipeg), Rashmi Muthsamipillai (University of Winnipeg) : International Indigenous Rights? The Enduring Gap between Theory and Practice in Canada

Discussant/Commentateur: TBA/À venir (TBA/À venir)

L7(a)Workshop: Indigenous Politics and Politics of Anti-Racism: Tensions - The Complicated Politics of Indigenous and Racialized Alliances: Lessons from Historical Alliances from the Maritimes to Western Canada
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Engineering Office Wing 430+

session details / détails de la séance: L7(a)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Grace-Edward Galabuzi (Ryerson University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Melissa Chung (Ryerson University) : Reconsidering the Relationship Between Indigenous Peoples and Racialized Immigrants in Contemporary Canada: A Critical Review

Grace-Edward Galabuzi (Ryerson University) : Situating Contending and Complementally Subaltern Claims Against Anglo-Franco Conformity in Anti-colonial and Anti-racist Discourses and Practices

Winnie Ng (Ryerson University) : Pedagogy of Solidarity: An Act of Decolonization and Making Whole

Discussant/Commentateur: Hayden King (McMaster University)

L7(b)Contemporary Aboriginal Issues and Urban Aboriginal Politics
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Engineering and Computer Science 108+

session details / détails de la séance: L7(b)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Présidente: Janique Dubois (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Joanne Heritz (Brock University / McMaster University) : Aboriginal Political Representation in Urban Centres in Canada

Julie Tomiak (Carleton University) : Challenging the Neoliberal Settler City: The Urban Aboriginal Strategy, the Politics of Displacement, and Indigenous Resistance

Discussant/Commentateur: Robert Young (Western University)

L7(c)Roundtable: The Canadian Conservative Party and the Politics of Immigration, Citizenship and Multiculturalism
Joint session with the Canadian Politics Section / Séance conjointe avec la section Politique canadienne
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building A203+

session details / détails de la séance: L7(c)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Phil Triadafilopoulos (University of Toronto)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Yasmeen Abu-Laban (University of Alberta)
Matt James (University of Victoria)
Daniel Salée (Concordia University)
Phil Triadafilopoulos (University of Toronto)
L8Lunch/Déjeuner
05-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: L8

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

L11(a)Métis Governance and Policy in Canada: Contemporary Issues
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building A303+

session details / détails de la séance: L11(a)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Christopher Adams (St. Paul's College, University of Manitoba)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Janique Dubois (University of Toronto) : Constitution-Building, the Key to Métis Self-Government?

Adam Gaudry (Yale University) : "The Manitoba Treaty": The Manitoba Act and its Negotiation as a Treaty

Kelly Saunders (Brandon University) : Metis Harvesting Rights in Canada: the Unfulfilled Promise of s. 35

Discussant/Commentateur: Gregg Dahl (Independent Researcher)

L11(b)Indigenous Politics and Research and Development Projects
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building D132+

session details / détails de la séance: L11(b)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Présidente: Kelly Aguirre (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Bonita Beatty (University of Saskatchwan), loleen Berdahl (University of Saskatchewan), Greg Poelzer (University of Saskatchewan) : Shared Learnings: Knowledge Mobilization to Northern Aboriginal Communities

Ryan Bowie (York University) : Theorizing a Resurgent Rights Praxis in Environmental Management by Indigenous Communities in Canada

Shalene Jobin (University of Alberta) : Cree Political Economy: Towards Alternative Forms of Self-Determination

Daniel Salée (Concordia University) : Interculturalism, Economic Development and Aboriginal Policy: the Quebec case, 2002-2012

Discussant/Commentatrice: Makere Stewart-Harawira (University of Alberta)

L12(a)Roundtable: Understanding the Métis: An Interdisciplinary Conversation
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building C112+

session details / détails de la séance: L12(a)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Christopher Adams (St. Paul's College, University of Manitoba)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Christopher Adams (St. Paul's College, University of Manitoba)
Gregg Dahl (Independent Researcher)
Janique Dubois (University of Toronto)
Laura-Lee Kearns (St. Francis Xavier )
Kelly Saunders (Brandon University)
L12(b)Conceptualizations of Indigenous Identities and Indigenous Politics
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Clearihue Building D134+

session details / détails de la séance: L12(b)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Présidente: Sedef Arat-Koc (Ryerson University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Kelly Aguirre (University of Victoria) : Prefigurative Practices - An Epistemological Shift in Conceiving Indigenous Self-Determination

Eleanor MacDonald (Queen's University) : Longing and Belonging: A Psychoanalytic Critique of Western Discourse of Indigenous Property Holding

Jarrad Reddekop (Western University) : On Nature, Relations, and Politics

Discussant/Commentateur: Matt James (University of Victoria)

L13Lunch/Déjeuner
06-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: L13

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

L14Constructions and Discourses on the Middle East and Muslims
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building C112+

session details / détails de la séance: L14

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Mojtaba Mahdavi (University of Alberta)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Yasmeen Abu-Laban (University of Alberta), Abigail Bakan (Queen's University) : Human Rights, the Question of Palestine and the Paradox of the United Nations

Tariq Amin-Khan (Ryerson University) : Securitization and Western Media's Incendiary Racism: A Critical Appraisal

Sedef Arat-Koc (Ryerson University) : A New New Orientalism? Geopolitics, Pragmatism and Racism in Recent Constructions of the Middle East

Discussant/Commentateur: Mojtaba Mahdavi (University of Alberta)

L15(a)Politics of Race and the Nation
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building A307+

session details / détails de la séance: L15(a)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Ajay Parasram (Carleton University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

John Cappucci (Carleton University) : The Outlawed Outfits: The Concept of Religious Freedom and Islamic Dress in Canada

Martha Lee (University of Windsor) : Farrakhan, Race, and Religion in America

Maya Seshia (University of Alberta) : The Case of Air India: Borders, Nations, and Transnational Violence

Discussant/Commentatrice: Sedef Arat-Koc (Ryerson University)

L15(b)Roundtable: Author Meets Critics: Janet Conway's Edges of Global Justice: The World Social Forum and its 'Others'
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building C110+

session details / détails de la séance: L15(b)

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Chair/Président: Jakeet Singh (Illinois State University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Janet Conway (Brock University)
Grace-Edward Galabuzi (Ryerson University)
Jo-Anne Lee (University of Victoria)
Jakeet Singh (Illinois State University)
Makere Stewart-Harawira (University of Alberta)
M6(a)Political Science and Pedagogy: In and Outside of the Classroom
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A357+

session details / détails de la séance: M6(a)

Section: Teaching and Learning Politics / Enseigner et apprendre la politique

Chair/Présidente: Sarah Wiebe (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Kate Daley (York University) : I think/I feel: Contextualising Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Love in Political Science Education

Paulina Semenec (University of British Columbia), Gabriella Maestrini (University of British Columbia) : Public Spaces as Sites for Radical Pedagogy

Discussant/Commentatrice: Sarah Wiebe (University of Ottawa)

M6(b)Mentoring Café: Careers Outside of Political Science Departments: Alternatives
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A357+

session details / détails de la séance: M6(b)

Section: Teaching and Learning Politics / Enseigner et apprendre la politique

Chair/Présidente: Kelsey Wrightson

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Taiaike Alfred (University of Victoria)
Heidi Stark (University of Victoria)
Liam Mitchell (Trent University)
M7Scholarship and Assignments that Makes a Difference: Multi-Method and in the Community
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A357+

session details / détails de la séance: M7

Section: Teaching and Learning Politics / Enseigner et apprendre la politique

Chair/Présidente: Sarah Wiebe (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

J.P. Lewis (University of New Brunswick Saint John), Stephanie Bell (York University) : Writing Assignments in Introductory Canadian Politics and Government Courses in Canadian Universities: Some Preliminary Findings

Iain Reeve (Queen's University) : The Impact of Qualitative Interviews in Fourth Year Seminars

Cody Sharpe (University of Saskatchewan), Travis Reynolds (University of Saskatchewan), Linsay Martens (University of Saskatchewan), Ken Coates (University of Saskatchewan) : Theory vs. Practice: Community Engaged Scholarship, Experiential Learning, & the Case of the JSGS Policy Shop

Taiaike Alfred (University of Victoria) : Careers Outside of Political Science Departments: Alternatives

Discussant/Commentatrice: Sarah Wiebe (University of Ottawa)

M12Mentoring Café: Keeping Your Job: Work/Life Balance & Tenure
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Career Corner - McKinnon Building - Expo Event Space+

session details / détails de la séance: M12

Section: Teaching and Learning Politics / Enseigner et apprendre la politique

Chair/Présidente: Laura Parisi (University of Victoria)

M14Mentoring Café: Finishing Your Program: Conversations with Grad Advisors
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A357+

session details / détails de la séance: M14

Section: Teaching and Learning Politics / Enseigner et apprendre la politique

Chair/Président: Oliver Schmidtke (University of Victoria)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Oliver Schmidtke (University of Victoria)
M15Mentoring Café: Putting Your Best Foot Forward: The Job Dossier
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A357+

session details / détails de la séance: M15

Section: Teaching and Learning Politics / Enseigner et apprendre la politique

Chair/Présidente: Janni Aragon (University of Victoria)

N1Citizenship, Gender and Policy Representation
04-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building D267+

session details / détails de la séance: N1

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

Chair/Présidente: Joan Grace (University of Winnipeg)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Yi-Chun Chien (University of Toronto) : What Do We Owe to Migrant Domestic Workers? Rethinking the Ethics of Immigration in East Asia Context

Megan Gaucher (Queen's University) : Marriage Fraud Beware!: Canada's Anti-Marriage Fraud Campaign and the Production of 'Legitimate' Conjugal Citizens

Rahim Mohamed (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) : A Policy in Search of a Spokeswoman? Lessons from Canada's Experiment with Universal Child Care

Daisy Raphael (University of Alberta), Mariam Georgis (University of Alberta) : Becoming and Belonging: Gender, Race, and Canadian Citizenship

Discussant/Commentatrice: Marlene Sokolon (Concordia University)

N2Gender and Post-Conflict Transitions
04-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Business and Economics Building 363+

session details / détails de la séance: N2

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

Chair/Présidente: Joan Grace (University of Winnipeg)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Siobhan Byrne (University of Alberta) : Women and Political Transition in Afghanistan

Rebecca Graff-McRae (University of Alberta) : 'Let No Man Dare to Scorn These Women': Ghosts of Gender in the Commemorations of Irish Republican Hunger Strikes and the Ulster Convenant Centenary

Allison McCulloch (Brandon University) : Women, Peace, and Security in Power-Sharing Systems: A Case Study of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Discussant/Commentatrice: Nicole Lugosi (University of Alberta)

N3Lunch/Déjeuner
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: N3

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

N4Women and the Media
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Clearihue Building A307+

session details / détails de la séance: N4

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

Chair/Présidente: Joan Grace (University of Winnipeg)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Krystel Carrier (Royal Military College of Canada), Maya Eichler (University of Toronto) : Engendering Two Solitudes: Media Representations of Women in Combat in Quebec and the Rest of Canada

Bailey Gerrits (University of Alberta), Linda Trimble (University of Alberta) : Political Battlefield: Aggressive Metaphors, Gender, and Power in News Coverage of Conservative Party of Canada Leadership Contests

Erin Tolley (Queen's University) : Add Colour and Stir? Media Portrayals of Visible Minority Women in Canadian Politics

Discussant/Commentatrice: Lisa Lambert (University of Calgary)

N5Women, Feminism and Labour Markets
04-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Clearihue Building D267+

session details / détails de la séance: N5

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

Chair/Présidente: Joan Grace (University of Winnipeg)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Gabrielle Betts (Carleton University) : Unveiling Neoliberal Trends in Elder Care: A Comparative Analysis of Sweden and Alberta, Canada Using a Feminist Political Economist Lens

Mark Daku (McGill University) : Assessing Gender Inequalities in African Labour Markets

Jacquetta (Jacquie) Newman (King's University College) : Third Wave Feminism, the Labour Market and Generational Exceptionalism

Yongjie Wang (University of Alberta) : Gendered Impacts of Globalization on Chinese Economy-Discovering Young Rural Migrant Women in China

Discussant/Commentatrice: Tobin Leblanc-Haley (York University)

N6Women, Electoral Politics and Representation
05-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Continuing Studies Building 119+

session details / détails de la séance: N6

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

Chair/Présidente: Joan Grace (University of Winnipeg)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Jane Arscott (Athabasca University) : Stalled in the Expanding Universe of Women and Representation in Canada

Netina Tan (McMaster University) : Why Electoral Quotas? Selective Politicization of Racial and Gender Politics in Singapore

Discussant/Commentatrice: Manon Tremblay (University of Ottawa)

N7Politicizing the Personal: Representations of Politicians’ Personal Lives
05-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
Engineering and Computer Science 125+

session details / détails de la séance: N7

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

Chair/Présidente: Jane Arscott (Athabasca University)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Annamari Huovinen (Aalto University), Hanna Weselius (Aalto University) : "No Smiling, Please, Ms. Prime Minister!" A Discursive Collision in a News Magazine

Melanee Thomas (University of Calgary), Lisa Lambert (University of Calgary) : Private Mom vs. Political Dad? Communications of Parental Status in the 41st Parliament

Linda Trimble (University of Alberta), Shannon Sampert (University of Winnipeg), Angelia Wagner (University of Alberta), Daisy Raphael (University of Alberta), Bailey Gerrits (University of Alberta) : Politicizing the Personal: Gendered News Coverage of Canadian National Party Leadership Candidates

Discussant/Commentatrice: Erin Tolley (Queen's University)

N8Lunch/Déjeuner
05-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: N8

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

N11Institutions and Ideas: Representation and Engagement
06-June-201308:45 AM
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10:15 AM
Clearihue Building D131+

session details / détails de la séance: N11

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

Chair/Présidente: Joan Grace (University of Winnipeg)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Janine Lee Giles (University of Calgary) : The Effect of Federal Election Campaigns on the Gender Gap in Political Knowledge

Brenda O'Neill (University of Calgary) : The Political and Civic Engagement of Canadian Women

Manon Tremblay (University of Ottawa) : Federalism:  A Panacea for Increased Women's Representation?

Discussant/Commentateur: Jonathan Malloy (Carleton University)

N12Discursive Shifts in Progressive Politics: Strategies for the Future
06-June-201310:30 AM
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12:00 PM
MacLaurin Building D116+

session details / détails de la séance: N12

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

Chair/Président: Paul Saurette (University of Ottawa)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Alexa DeGagne (University of Alberta) : Shifting Strategies and Discourses in California's Same-sex Marriage Fight

Kelly Gordon (University of Ottawa) : Who Speaks for Women?: An Analysis of the Abortion Debate in Canada

Randelle Nixon (University of Alberta) : Feeling Proud: A Socio-Affective Exploration of Pride Politics

Discussant/Commentatrice: Megan Gaucher (Queen's University)

N13Lunch/Déjeuner
06-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: N13

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

N14The ‘Body’ Politic
06-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
MacLaurin Building D116+

session details / détails de la séance: N14

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

Chair/Présidente: Joan Grace (University of Winnipeg)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Rachael Johnstone (Queen's University) : De-politicization Through Medicalization: The Regulation of Abortion After Morgentaler

Kara Santokie (Asian University for Women) : Good Girls, Bad Girls and 'Caring' Global Policy: Sex Trafficking and Feminist International Ethics

Marlene Sokolon (Concordia University), Patrik Marier (Concordia University) : Breast Feeding and Social Assistance: Explaining Variations in Canadian Provinces

Joanne Wright (University of New Brunswick Fredericton) : The Politics of Choice Feminism: Making Sense of the PIP Breast Implant scandal

Discussant/Commentatrice: Carol Dauda (University of Guelph)

N15Women’s Movements – Organizing and Activism
06-June-201303:15 PM
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04:45 PM
Continuing Studies Building 142+

session details / détails de la séance: N15

Section: Women, Gender, and Politics / Femmes, genre et politique

Chair/Présidente: Joan Grace (University of Winnipeg)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Nermin Allam (University of Alberta) : Philanthropy and Women's Political Activism in the Egyptian January 25th Uprising

Peter Ferguson (Western University), Rishita Apsani (Western University) : Can the Arab Spring Empower Women? A View from Inside Women's Organizations in Jordan

Carla Lam (University of Otago) : Why Stories Matter - Feminist History and the Politics of Sex/Gender, Time, and Place

Discussant/Commentatrice: Joan Grace (Univesity of Winnipeg)

P9Political Discourse and Democratic Legitimacy
05-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
David Strong Building C103+

session details / détails de la séance: P9

Section: Plenary Session / Séance plénière

Chair/Président: Éric Montpetit (Université de Montréal)

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Diana Mutz (University of Pennsylvania) : Political Discourse and Democratic Legitimacy

Diana Mutz is Samuel A. Stouffer Professor of Political Science and Communication at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn), as well as Director of the Institute for the Study of Citizens and Politics at the Annenberg Public Policy Center. She has a Ph.D. from Stanford University and teaches and does research on public opinion, political psychology and mass political behavior, with a particular emphasis on political communication.

In 2011, she received the Lifetime Career Achievement Award in Political Communication from the American Political Science Association. She was inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2008.

Mutz has published articles in a variety of academic journals including American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Public Opinion Quarterly, Journal of Politics and Journal of Communication. She is also the author of Impersonal Influence: How Perceptions of Mass Collectives Affect Political Attitudes (Cambridge University Press, 1998), a book awarded the Robert Lane Prize for the Best Book in Political Psychology by the American Political Science Association, and the 2004 Doris Graber Prize for Most Influential Book on Political Communication published in the last ten years. In 2006, she published Hearing the Other Side: Deliberative Versus Participatory Democracy (Cambridge University Press) which was awarded the 2007 Goldsmith Prize by Harvard University and the Robert Lane Prize for the Best Book in Political Psychology by the American Political Science Association. Her most recent book, Population-Based Survey Experiments, was published by Princeton University Press in 2011.

P10Politics, Political Science and Public Policy
05-June-201303:15 PM
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04:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A120+

session details / détails de la séance: P10

Section: Presidential Address / Discours présidentiel

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Éric Montpetit (Université de Montréal) : Introduction

Michael Atkinson (University of Saskatchewan) : Politics, Political Science and Public Policy

Kim Richard Nossal (Queen's University) : Words of Thanks/Mots de remerciements

BUSCOMCPSA Board of Directors Meeting
03-June-201309:00 AM
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05:00 PM
Clearihue Building B415+

session details / détails de la séance: BUSCOM

Section:

BUSCOMCPSA Students' Caucus Meeting
04-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A120+

session details / détails de la séance: BUSCOM

Section:

BUSCOMCJPS Editorial and Editorial Advisory Board
04-June-201301:30 PM
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03:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building B307+

session details / détails de la séance: BUSCOM

Section:

BUSCOMISA-Canada Business Meeting
05-June-201312:00 PM
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12:45 PM
Clearihue Building B315+

session details / détails de la séance: BUSCOM

Section:

BUSCOMCPSA Women's Caucus Meeting
05-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
Engineering and Computer Science 101B+

session details / détails de la séance: BUSCOM

Section:

BUSCOMCPSA Annual General Meeting
05-June-201304:00 PM
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05:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A120+

session details / détails de la séance: BUSCOM

Section:

BUSCOMCPSA Executive Committee Meeting
06-June-201308:00 AM
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10:00 AM
Clearihue Building C030+

session details / détails de la séance: BUSCOM

Section:

BUSCOM2014 CPSA Programme Committee
06-June-201308:00 AM
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10:00 AM
Clearihue Building B115+

session details / détails de la séance: BUSCOM

Section:

POSTERWhy do SMP Electoral Systems Foster Ideological Congruence?
04-June-201305:00 PM
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06:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A104+

session details / détails de la séance: POSTER

Section: Comparative Politics / Polique comparée

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Benjamin Ferland (McGill University) : Why do SMP Electoral Systems Foster Ideological Congruence?

POSTERPolicy Choices of the Post-Soviet States Toward FDI in the Energy and Metallurgy Sectors: the Experience of Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine
04-June-201306:00 PM
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07:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A120+

session details / détails de la séance: POSTER

Section: Comparative Politics / Polique comparée

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Olga Kesarchuk (University of Toronto) : Policy Choices of the Post-Soviet States Toward FDI in the Energy and Metallurgy Sectors: the Experience of Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine

POSTERPolitical Discussion Networks and Political Activities in Canada
04-June-201305:00 PM
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06:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A120+

session details / détails de la séance: POSTER

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Cameron Anderson (Western University), Laura Stephenson (Western University) : Political Discussion Networks and Political Activities in Canada

POSTERA Study of Relationship between Norm Compliance and Generalized Trust NOT PRESENTED
04-June-201305:00 PM
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06:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A120+

session details / détails de la séance: POSTER

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Leila Asadnezhad (Shahid Beheshti University) : A Study of Relationship between Norm Compliance and Generalized Trust

POSTERCanadian Public Opinion about the Military: Assessing the Determinants of Attitudes toward Defence Spending the Participation of the Canadian Forces in Overseas Combat Operations
04-June-201305:00 PM
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06:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A Breeze+

session details / détails de la séance: POSTER

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Scott Fitzsimmons (University of Limerick), Marc André Bodet (Université Laval), Allan Craigie (University of British Columbia) : Canadian Public Opinion about the Military: Assessing the Determinants of Attitudes toward Defence Spending the Participation of the Canadian Forces in Overseas Combat Operations

POSTERDoes the Medium Affect Polarization?: Selective Exposure, Redia Effects, and Citizens' Attitudes in the Online News Environment - NOT PRESENTED
04-June-201306:00 PM
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07:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A120+

session details / détails de la séance: POSTER

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Denver McNeney (McGill University), Dominik Stecula (University of British Columbia) : Does the Medium Affect Polarization?: Selective Exposure, Redia Effects, and Citizens' Attitudes in the Online News Environment

POSTERReligious Salience and Electoral Behaviour at the Voter Level: A Systematic Review of the Literature
04-June-201306:00 PM
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07:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A102+

session details / détails de la séance: POSTER

Section: Political Behaviour/Sociology / Comportement politique/sociologie

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Ronan Teyssier (Université Laval), Pauline Côté (Université Laval) : Religious Salience and Electoral Behaviour at the Voter Level: A Systematic Review of the Literature

POSTERCancelled / Annulé
04-June-201305:00 PM
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06:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A Breeze+

session details / détails de la séance: POSTER

Section: Political Theory / Théorie politique

POSTERLes rapports de pouvoir dans la politique canadienne de revendications territoriales globales autochtones - NOT PRESENTED
04-June-201305:00 PM
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06:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A Breeze+

session details / détails de la séance: POSTER

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Alia Alatassi (Université Laval) : Les rapports de pouvoir dans la politique canadienne de revendications territoriales globales autochtones

POSTERYoung Researcher's Network of the European Community Studies Association of Canada
04-June-201306:00 PM
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07:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Building A Breeze+

session details / détails de la séance: POSTER

Section: Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Politics / Race, ethnicité, peuples autochtones et politique

Participants & Authors/Auteurs:

Cem Duyulmus (Université de Montréal) : Young Researcher's Network of the European Community Studies Association of Canada

COFFEECPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP
04-June-201308:00 AM
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08:10 AM
Clearihue Building A Wing+

session details / détails de la séance: COFFEE

Section: CPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP

COFFEECPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP
04-June-201310:15 AM
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10:25 AM
Clearihue Building A Wing+

session details / détails de la séance: COFFEE

Section: CPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP

COFFEECPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP
04-June-201303:00 PM
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03:10 PM
Clearihue Building A Wing+

session details / détails de la séance: COFFEE

Section: CPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP

COFFEECPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP
05-June-201308:00 AM
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08:10 AM
Clearihue Building A Wing+

session details / détails de la séance: COFFEE

Section: CPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP

COFFEECPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP
05-June-201310:15 AM
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10:25 AM
Clearihue Building A Wing+

session details / détails de la séance: COFFEE

Section: CPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP

COFFEECPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP
05-June-201303:00 PM
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03:10 PM
David Strong Building+

session details / détails de la séance: COFFEE

Section: CPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP

COFFEECPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP
06-June-201308:00 AM
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08:10 AM
Clearihue Building A Wing+

session details / détails de la séance: COFFEE

Section: CPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP

COFFEECPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP
06-June-201310:15 AM
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10:25 AM
Clearihue Building A Wing+

session details / détails de la séance: COFFEE

Section: CPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP

COFFEECPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP
06-June-201303:00 PM
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03:10 PM
Clearihue Building A Wing+

session details / détails de la séance: COFFEE

Section: CPSA Coffee Breaks / Pause cafés ACSP

EVENTMichael Atkinson (University of Saskatchewan) - Politics, Political Science and Public Policy
05-June-201303:15 PM
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04:00 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics, A120+

session details / détails de la séance: EVENT

Section: Presidential Address / Discours présidentiel

EVENTRik Davidson - Joint session with the Society for Socialist Studies / Séance conjointe avec la Société d'études socialistes
05-June-201305:00 PM
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05:00 PM
David Strong Building, C-116+

session details / détails de la séance: EVENT

Section: Studies in Political Economy 2012 Book Prize Lecture

EVENTJohn Krosnick (Stanford University)
06-June-201312:00 PM
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01:30 PM
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session details / détails de la séance: EVENT

Section: Lunch/Déjeuner: Polling Workshop Keynote

EVENTDepartmental Reception / Réception du département
04-June-201306:00 PM
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07:30 PM
Social Sciences and Mathematics Foyer (1st floor/premier étage)+

session details / détails de la séance: EVENT

Section: Departmental Reception / Réception du département

Sponsored by / commanditée par: University of Victoria Department of Political Science and the Canadian Political Science Association / Commandité par le département de science politique de l’University of Victoria et l’Association canadienne de science politique

EVENTCPSA Women's Caucus Reception / Réception du caucus des femmes
04-June-201308:00 PM
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11:00 PM
Fairmont Empress Ivy Ballroom, 721 Government St, Victoria, 1-800-992-4023+

session details / détails de la séance: EVENT

Section: CPSA Women's Caucus Reception / Réception du caucus des femmes

EVENTCPSA President's Dinner / Dîner du président de l'ACSP
05-June-201306:30 PM
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09:30 PM
Fairmont Empress Crystal Ballroom, 721 Government St, Victoria, 1-800-992-4023+

session details / détails de la séance: EVENT

Section: CPSA President's Dinner / Dîner du président de l'ACSP

EVENTPublishing, Politics and Pints / Parutions, Pintes et Science Po!
04-June-201305:00 PM
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06:30 PM
Times Pub, 1200 Government Street+

session details / détails de la séance: EVENT

Section: Publishing, Politics and Pints / Parutions, Pintes et Science Po!

Join us to raise a glass in celebration of UBC Press, our authors and to launch our new political science books at the Irish Times Pub (near Bastion Square) located at 1200 Government Street, on Tuesday, June 4th from 5-6:30. Light refreshments provided a

EVENTStudent Caucus Social Event / Soirée amicale du Caucus des étudiants
05-June-201304:30 PM
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06:30 PM
Cenote - 768 Yates Street Victoria, BC V8W 1L4+

session details / détails de la séance: EVENT

Section: Student Caucus Social Event / Soirée amicale du Caucus des étudiants

Cenote is an 8 minute walk to the Fairmount./Cenote est à 8 minutes de marche du Fairmont.

EVENTUniversity of Victoria’s President Reception for CPSA delegates / Réception du président de la University of Victoria pour les congressistes de l’ACSP
06-June-201305:00 PM
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07:00 PM
MacLaurin Building Foyer+

session details / détails de la séance: EVENT

Section: University President's Reception

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