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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SOCISCI 710 – Critical Approaches to Community Based Research

How Do You Prove That You Told? How Women Living with HIV React and Respond to Learning about Canadian Law that Criminalizes HIV Non-Disclosure.

Hiring, training, and supporting Peer Research Associates: Operationalizing community-based research principles within epidemiological studies by, with, and for women living with HIV.

Loneliness and perceived social support in pregnancy and early postpartum of mothers living with HIV in Ontario, Canada.

Learning, Doing and Teaching Together: Reflecting on Our Arts Based Approach to Research, Education and Advocacy with and for Women Living with HIV.

Love with HIV: A latent class analysis of sexual and intimate relationship experiences among Canadian women living with HIV.

Racism Experiences of Urban Indigenous Women in Ontario, Canada: “We All Have That Story That Will Break Your Heart

Previous experiences of pregnancy and early motherhood among women living with HIV: a latent class analysis

Stable Homes, Strong Families: Re-imagining housing policies and programs for Indigenous peoples living with and affected by HIV and AIDS in Canada

It’s Better Late than Never: A community-based HIV research and training response to supporting mothers living with HIV who have child welfare involvement

Supporting the sexual rights of women living with HIV: A critical analysis of sexual satisfaction and pleasure across five relationships types.

The importance of sex in the lives of women living with HIV: A critical quantitative analysis

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