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The Canadian Journal of Sociology

Vol. 29 (2004) through Vol. 32 (2007)

The Canadian Journal of Sociology publishes rigorously peer-reviewed research articles and innovative theoretical essays by social scientists from around the world, providing insight into the issues facing Canadian society as well as social and cultural systems in other countries. The journal also features a lively debate/commentary section encouraging the intensive exchange of ideas, along with regular sections such as Notes on Society that address topical issues of the day from a social science point of view and Notes on the Discipline designed to discuss a variety of issues encountered in the course of the sociological analysis of modern society. In addition each issue of the Canadian Journal of Sociology has a comprehensive book review section.

Published by: University of Toronto Press


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E-ISSN: 1710-1123
Print ISSN: 0318-6431

Submission Guidelines

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The Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie will charge a processing fee equivalent to the cost of an individual subscription for each manuscript submitted. This fee will be waived for those already subscribing to CJS.

Submission of a manuscript to a professional journal clearly implies commitment to publish in that journal. The competition for journal space requires a great deal of time and effort on the part of editorial readers whose main compensation for this service is the opportunity to read papers prior to publication and the gratification associated with discharge of a professional obligation. For these reasons, the Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie regards submission of a manuscript to a professional journal while that paper is under review by another journal as unacceptable.

  1. Preparation of manuscripts: Manuscripts in French or English should be submitted in quadruplicate on standard size, white typing paper with a recommended length of thirty to thirty-five pages. Please attach a separate cover page to each copy giving authorship and institutional affiliation.
    1. All copy including footnotes and references should be typed double-spaced.
    2. Footnotes, references and tables should be typed on separate pages.
    3. Each table should be typed on a separate page with appropriate location reference in the text of the manuscript.
    4. A contributor should also supply an abstract in English or French of approximately 100-150 words each. If a manuscript is accepted for publication, the author will be asked to submit abstracts in both English and French. Due to the increasing cost of postage, manuscripts will no longer be returned to the authors.
    5. Please send us four hard copies of the manuscript, accompanied by a diskette (preferably in WordPerfect or other IBM-compatible software). We will not process a manuscript unless we have received four copies and the diskette copy.
  2. References and quotations in text:
    1. All references in the text should refer to the last name of the author or authors (if more than two, use et al.), year of publication, and, in the case of citations, pagination, enclosed in a single pair of parentheses, e.g., (Clark, 1974: 23).
    2. If the author's name is used in the text, follow it with the year of publication (in the case of translations or new editions, the year of the original publication in square brackets is desirable) and pagination if necessary, e.g., Kuhn (1962: 12) observes....
    3. More than one reference to the same author and year should be distinguished by letters attached to the year of publication, e.g., (Fischer, 1973a: 113).
    4. A number of references in the text or in the footnotes may be enclosed within a single pair of parentheses, separated by semi-colons, e.g., (Kuhn, 1962: 12; Fischer, 1973a: 113).
    5. Quotations in the text should be enclosed in quotation marks. Extensive quotations should be indented in the text without quotation marks.
  3. References and footnotes:
    1. List all references with full publication information and without any abbreviations, alphabetically. Where more than one reference is given for an author, they should be arranged by year, from earliest to most recent.

      Milner, Henry
      1990 Sweden: Social Democracy in Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

      House, J. Douglas
      1975 "Organizationwithout formalization: the case of a real estate agency." Canadian Journal of Sociology 1(1):1-12.
    2. References within footnotes should be typed following the format used for the text itself.

Recommandations aux auteurs

The Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie débitera l'auteur des rais d'opération équivalent au coût de abonnement individuel, pour chaque manuscrit soumis. Ces frais ne s'appliquent pas aux abonnés des Cahiers canadiens de sociologie.

  1. Préparation des manuscrits: Les manuscrits en français ou en anglais devraient être soumis en quatre exemplaires dactylographiés sur du papier blanc de format standard. Prière de joindre à chaque exemplaire, une page couverture avec le nom de l'auteur et son affiliation institutionnelle.
    1. Tout texte, y compris les notes et références, devraient être dactylographié à double interligne.
    2. Les notes, références et tableaux devraient être dactylographiés sur des feuilles séparées.
    3. Chaque tableau devrait être présenté sur une page distincte et son lieu d'insertion clairement indiqué en cours de texte.
    4. Le collaborateur devrait aussi soumettre un résumé d'environ 100-150 mots, en français ou en anglais. Si le manuscrit est accepté, l'auteur devra produire des résumés dans les deux langues. En raison des coûts croissants du courrier, aucun manuscrit ne sera désormais retourné.
    5. Prière d'envoyer quatre copies du manuscrit. Nous ne traiterons aucun manuscrit à moins d'en avoir reçu quatre copies.
  2. Références et citations en cours de texte:
    1. Toutes les références devraient comporter, entre parenthèses, le nom du ou des auteurs (s'il y en a plus de deux, utiliser "et al"), l'année de publication, et, dans le cas de citations, toujours, indiquer la page, e.g., (Clark, 1974: 23).
    2. Si le nom de l'auteur appara”t dans le texte, le faire suivre de l'année de publication (dans le cas de traductions, l'année originale de publication, entre crochets, est souhaitable) et si nécessaire, la page, e.g., Kuhn (1962: 12) remarque....
    3. Les références multiples à un même auteur ou à une même année devraient-être différenciées par des lettres jointes à l'année de publication, e.g. (Fischer 1973a: 113).
    4. Plusieurs références à l'intérieur du texte ou des notes, peuvent être regroupées dans une seule parenthèse, séparées par des point-virgules, e.g. (Kuhn, 1962: 12; Fischer, 1973a: 113).
    5. En cours de texte, les citations devraient être placées entre guillemets. Les longues citations devraient être dactylographiées en retrait, sans guillemets.
  3. Références et notes:
    1. Prière de présenter par ordre alphabétique une liste de références comportant des informations complètes et sans abréviations. Par exemple:

      Dumont, Fernand
      1981 L'anthropologie en l'absence de l'homme. Paris: Presses universitaires.

      Couture, Claude
      1986 "La conquête de 1760 et le problème de la transition au capitalisme." Revue d'histoire de l'Amérique française 39(3): 369-89.
    2. Si nécessaires, les notes devraient être dactylographiées dans le même format que le texte.

La soumission d'un manuscrit à une revue professionnelle implique clairement l'engagement de publier dans cette revue. La compétition pour l'espace rédactionnel exige beaucoup de temps et d'effort de la part de la rédaction dont la principale compensation est l'occasion de lire des articles avant leur publication, et la satisfaction que procure l'accomplissement d'une obligation professionnelle. Pour ces raisons, The Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie considère inacceptable de soumettre à une revue professionnelle au manuscrit alors à l'étude dans une autre.

Editorial Board

Volume 32, Number 4, Fall 2007

Editor

Kevin D. Haggerty, Department of Sociology

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 32, Number 3, Summer 2007

Editor

Kevin D. Haggerty, Department of Sociology

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 32, Number 2, Spring 2007

Editor

Kevin D. Haggerty, Department of Sociology

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 32, Number 1, Winter 2007

Editor

Kevin D. Haggerty, Department of Sociology

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 31, Number 4, Fall 2006

Editor

Kevin D. Haggerty, Department of Sociology

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 31, Number 3, Summer 2006

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 31, Number 2, Spring 2006

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 31, Number 1, Winter 2006

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 30, Number 4, Fall 2005

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 30, Number 3, Summer 2005

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 30, Number 2, Spring 2005

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 30, Number 1, Winter 2005

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 29, Number 4, Fall 2004

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 29, Number 3, Summer 2004

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 29, Number 2, Spring 2004

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

Volume 29, Number 1, Winter 2004

Editor

Nico Stehr

Co-Editor

Richard V. Ericson

Book Review Editor

Nico Stehr

Associate Editors

Robert Andersen, McMaster University
Douglas Baer, University of Victoria
Bernd Baldus, University of Toronto
Paul Bernard, Université de Montréal
Gary Bowden, University of New Brunswick
A. Brannigan, University of Calgary
Neena Chappell, University of Victoria
David Cheal, University of Winnipeg
Bruce Curtis, Carleton University
Arthur Frank, University of Calgary
Kevin Haggerty, University of Alberta
Diane Looker, Acadia University
Susan McDaniel, University of Alberta
Arlene McLaren, Simon Fraser University
Leslie J. Miller, University of Calgary
Reza Nakhaie, University of Windsor
Frank Pearce, Queen's University
Norene Pupo, York University
Arnaud Sales, Université de Montréal
Aysan Sev'er, University of Toroo
John Simpson, University of Toronto
Michael Smith, McGill University
Daiva K. Stasiulis, Carleton University
Axel van den Berg, McGill University

Assistant to the Editors

Joanne Milson

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