Critical Perspectives on Public Affairs

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  1. Poverty Reform in Canada, 1958-1978
    Rodney Haddow explains and compares the Canada Assistance Plan (CAP) and the Social Security Review, the two most extensive attempts by the federal government to reform Canadian poverty policy during the postwar era. Using previously... Learn More
    Published: 14th September 1993
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  2. Trials of Labour
    Trials of Labour is a detailed study of the available social science literature on childbirth and midwifery. Brian Burtch highlights the difficulties associated with the present lack of regulation of midwifery, pointing to ways... Learn More
    Published: 18th March 1994
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  3. Women, Work, and Coping
    Until recently, theories and research about job stress and ways of coping have been based primarily on men's experience. Women's experience of stress and coping has remained unexplored, despite studies which show that women are... Learn More
    Published: 25th October 1993
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  4. Getting on Track
    New Democratic Party governments in Canada have always been strongly committed to redistributing wealth and stabilizing the economy, but present conditions require that they broaden their perspective. They must also find ways... Learn More
    Published: 23rd January 1992
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