The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology

Published by the Canadian Sociological Association, The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology is a quarterly journal publishing scholarly articles in the fields of sociology and anthropology.

Articles from Vol. 39, No. 4, November

But Is It Good for Non-Urban Women's Health? Regionalizing Maternity Care Services in British Columbia *
THE 1984 CANADA HEALTH ACT states that "[t] he primary objective of Canadian health care policy is to protect, promote and restore the physical and mental well being of residents of Canada, and facilitate reasonable access to health services without...
Coordination et Cooperation Au Sein D'ensembles Organises: Une Affaire De Confiance *
CET ARTICLE PART D'UN CONSTAT GENERAL: la notion de confiance beneficie actuellement d'un interet soutenu la fois de la part des milieux universitaires mais egalement de la part du monde de la gestion. Cela est attribuable en grande partie, nous...
Pierre Bourdieu's Masculine Domination: A Critique *
IN A MARKED BREAK with an earlier pessimism about the political potential of academic sociology (Mesney, 2002), Pierre Bourdieu extended his systematic program of social research to an increasingly public involvement with political questions in...
Social Networks, Identification and Participation in an Environmental Movement: Low-Medium Cost Activism within the British Columbia Wilderness Preservation Movement *
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS ARE COLLECTIVITIES OF PEOPLE who are engaged in trying to create or resist social change. Social movement organizations (SMOs)--organizations which are dedicated to fostering social change, and which may vary in the degree to which...
The Salience of Post-Materialism in Canadian Politics *
RONALD INGLEHART SAW THE MAY 1968 DEMONSTRATIONS in France, the development of the peace movement in West Germany, and the anti-Vietnam protests in the United States as manifestations of the same social force. That force was a cadre of young, educated...