Welcome to Applied Sociology

This site was initiated by Bruce Ravelli (University of Victoria) with the research help of Faith, a VCURA undergraduate student. Our hope is to provide this open database to help visitors find Canadian applied sociologists and/or Community-Engaged Learning/Research resources, quickly and easily. We recognize and appreciate VCURA’s support for this initiative.

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Emily Milne

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MacEwan UniversitySociology Website: Department page Website: CV
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Wotherspoon, T., & Milne, E. (2021). “Errors were made” public attitudes regarding reconciliation and education in Canada. Canadian Review of Sociology, 58(3), 1-21.

Wotherspoon, T., & Milne, E. (2020). What do education policy frameworks reveal about commitments to reconciliation in Canadian school systems? International Indigenous Policy Journal ,11(1), 1-29.

Milne, E., & Wotherspoon, T. (2020). Schools as “really dangerous places” for Indigenous children and youth: Contradictions in pathways to reconciliation. Canadian Review of Sociology, 57(1), 1-19.

Milne. E., & Wotherspoon, T. (2020). Seeking to improve student success by building connections between Indigenous parents and schools: A case Study in Alberta, Canada. In Carol A. Mullen (Eds.). Handbook of social justice interventions in education. Springer International Handbooks of Education.

Milne, E., & Wotherspoon, T. (2019). “Alignment-plus”: Alignment with schooling requirements and cultural-bridging among Indigenous middle-class parents. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 1-17.