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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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Writing and New Media

Dubois, D. G.. (2018). Histories in Relation: Viewing Archival Photographs of Banff Indian Days with Stoney Nakoda Elders ©

Availability:Open access

Forefield, A. J. (2020). Hope and Dystopia: How Critical Pedagogy and Dystopian Fiction Create Hope in the Secondary School Classroom ©

Availability:Open access

Kennedy, S. A. (2020). Shared Experiences and Their Negative Outcomes: Interconnection in the Short Story Cycles of Sherwood Anderson and Edward P. Jones ©

Availability:Open access

Kerr, H. LYNN. (2019). Truth in Fiction ©

Availability:Open access

Rocchetta, M. J. (2017). A Critical Examination of the Factors that Influence School Performance of Indigenous Students in Northern Ontario ©

Availability:Open access

Schmolling, J. (2020). Jane, the Feminist: The Representation of Female Friendships in Jane Austenís Six Novels and their Social Commentary ©

Availability:Open access

Sean, M. (2020). Embodiment, Emotion, Intersubjectivity, and the Pedagogical Potential of Podcast-Listening: An Introduction to Implaced Listening ©

Availability:Open access

Stewart, D. BRIAN. (2019). Creative Drag ©

Availability:Open access

Taylor, C. MARIE. (2017). Fictional Character Development ©

Availability:Open access

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