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MAIS 701: Integrated Project. Mais 701 is normally the final course that students take in their program and is designed to facilitate extended research work under the direction of a course professor. The scope of the project must fall within the research area of faculty members associated with MAIS. The Integrated Project allows students to explore an intellectual question, to relate their research to a work situation, or to engage a community problem. Theoretical and empirical approaches should draw from the student's course work and demonstrate an integrative approach to knowledge creation. The project may involve field, archival, and library research, and will result in the production of a major report or paper. A project may combine a theoretical synopsis with applied work to produce an academic publication, innovative report, analysis, review, or enquiry into a chosen field. In other words, the project integrates learning from the MAIS program.

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Adamowycz, R. (2006). Inclusion and Large Scale Assessment: Can Diversity Co-exist with Uniformity? ©

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Antosh, K. DAWN. (2021). The Effect of Big Soda on the Prevalence of Dental Caries in Tanzania ©

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Bergfeldt-Munro, W. G. (2015). Tuned in: Radio, Ritual and Resistance - Cape Breton Music 1973-1998 ©

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Cote, J. M. (2009). Invisible Disability Disclosure ©

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Dalton, Z. (2004). Restoration as an Ethnobiological Pursuit: An Integrated Restoration Program for Toronto's Black Oak Savannahs. Master of Integrated Studies - Final Research Project, Athabasca University. ©

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Daniel, S. (2016). A FREIREAN ANALYSIS OF INDIA’S AAM AADMI PARTY ©

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Delorey, K. G. (2006). Supernet’s Impact on Postsecondary Institutions in Alberta: Case Analysis of Northern Lakes College ©

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Downs, K. (2006). The Tsimshian Homeland: An Ancient Cultural Landscape ©

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Drummond, D. A.. (2006). The Development of a Board Governance Assurance Assessment Instrument ©

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Findlay, J. M. (2014). Striking a Balance: A Case Study on Negotiated Agreements Between Aboriginal Communities and the Natural Resource Development Industry ©

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Gibb, C. S. (2014). Integrating Diversity: The equitable inclusion of a person with cognitive disabilities in a United Church of Canada congregation in Winnipeg ©

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Grewal, J. J. (2014). The Riley Park Discussion ©

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Hanson, B. (2013). Rural Tourism Development in Alberta: A Focus on Ag-Tourism ©

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Heighes, G. ADAM. (2010). Experiencing Disability: Changing Perceptions Through Increased Awareness In An Educational Setting ©

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Hildebrand, K. (2014). Using Facebook as an Outreach Method For High-Risk Families to Group Programs ©

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Hoogland, D. S.. (2012). Literacy Outreach Coordination in Community-Based Literacy Development ©

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Ketelsen, B. (2008). The Contribution of Shelter Programs in the Prevention of Absolute Homelessness WITHIN VANCOUVER ©

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Kinley, A. M. (2015). Empowerment in Online Practice: Exploring the potential for empowering outcomes and processes in an e-mentoring program for Aboriginal youth ©

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Mcleod, L. V. (2013). The Implications of the Changes to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual's Autism Diagnostic Criteria ©

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Mcmanus, J. (2009). Blogs as a Virtual Public Space? A Survey of Blog Use During the 2008 Canadian Federal Election ©

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Money, K. DE. (2011). Provoking Ripples of Social Change: A Paper Proposing the use of 'Social Action Facilitation' as an Effective Community Engagement and Empowerment Strategy for Working with Youth in Social Justice 12 ©

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Naisbitt, K. M. (2012). Flora, Fundraising and Fanfare: Issues of Unequal Access and the Privatization of Libraries in Winnipeg ©

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Nowlan, W. Brian (2008). Intervention Through Interdiction: Project “SNUG”—A Collaborative, Community Initiative in Edmonton, Alberta Designed to Permanently Remove Women From Street Prostitution Using Law Enforcement, Intervention, and Education ©

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Parsons, H. D. (2014). Publishing for Social Change: Tara Books, Democracy, and Social Transformation ©

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Patriquin, G. (2009). Exploring Conceptions of Social Reality through Community-University Collaborations: A Critical Discourse Analysis ©

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Poole, P. L. M.. (2010). Happiness, Community and Pedagogy ©

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Rawe, S. (2005). The Role of Subaltern Social Service Agencies in the Process of Acculturation ©

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Rutley, C. ANN. (2009). GROWING LOCAL FOOD INFRASTRUCTURE IN ONTARIO: A LITERATURE REVIEW ©

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Sibbald, A. (2005). Yukon at a Crossroads: The Development Choices Facing First Nations. Master of Integrated Studies - Final Research Project, Athabasca University. ©

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Strand, R. (2003). Helping the Homeless: The Struggle Between Community Values and Political Ideologies. Master of Integrated Studies - Final Research Project, Athabasca University. ©

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Walberg, B. JOY. (2008). By the People, For the People: The Community Development Story of the Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre ©

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Weisner, C. M. (2016). Sharing My Story as a Canadian Woman Moving to Canadian Communities as a Bridge to Understanding Immigrant Women's Stories in New Canadian Communities ©

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Wright, P. M. (2013). Eating for Wellness: Influences and Obstacles Through a Transformative Learning Lens ©

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Zanutto, J. M. (2007). (Peace) Bridging Gaps in Service for Newcomer Youth: Photovoice as Research and Therapeutic Intervention ©

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