Leaders in Learning: Publications of Faculty & Staff

Political Science 2002-2003


Abelson, D.E. 2002. Think Tanks and Foreign Policy: An Historical View. U.S. Foreign Policy Agenda 7 (3): 9-12.


Agocs, C. 2002. Canada's Employment Equity Legislation and Policy, 1987-2000: The Gap Between Policy and Practice. International Journal of Manpower 23 (3): 256-276.


Dyczok, M. 2002. The Court Battle for the Future of Ukrainian Television: RFE/RL Media Matters. RFE/RL Media Matters 2 (33) Cosman, C. Available: http://www.rferl.org/mm/2002/08/33-300802.html

Dyczok, M. 2003. Ukraine's Media Landscape. Society in Transition. Social Change in Ukraine in Western Perspectives. W.W. Isajiw. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press Inc. 283-304.


Fleming, M. 2003. Gadamer's Conversation: Does the Other Have a Say? Feminist Interpretations of Hans-Georg Gadamer. L. Code. University Park, PA: Penn State Press. 109-132.


McDougall, A.K., and L.P. Valentine. 2002. Constructions: The Local and the National in the Nisga'a Debate. Proceedings of the Canadian Political Science Association. CPSA. Ottawa: CPSA. 24 pp.

McDougall, A.K., and L.P. Valentine. 2002. Maintaining First Nation Identity in the Face of Statist Discourse. Papers of the 29th Algonquian Conference. D. Pentland. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba. 329-413.

McDougall, A.K., and L.P. Valentine. 2002. Murky Law: What is a Reserve Given the Stoney Point Cases? Papers of the 33rd Algonquian Conference. H.C. Wolfart. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba. 271-290.

McDougall, A.K., and L.P. Valentine. 2002. A Separation Agreement 40 Years in the Making: Kettle Point and Stoney Point versus Sarnia. Papers of the 33rd Algonquian Conference. H.C. Wolfart. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba. 393-413.

Valentine, L.P., and A.K. McDougall. 2002. Unveiling the hegemon: liberal democratic imag(in)ing of Stoney Point (Ipperwash). Papers of the Thirtieth Algonquian conference. D. Pentland, and A. Ogg. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba. 397-410. [1999].


Riddell-Dixon, E. 2003. Organizing for Beijing: Canadian NGOs and the Fourth World Conference on Women. Feminist Perspectives on Canadian Foreign Policy. C.T. Sjolander, H.A. Smith, and D. Steinstra. Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press. 185-197.


Henstra, D., and A.B. Sancton. 2002. Mitigating Catastrophic Losses: Policies and Policy-Making at Three Levels of Government in the United States and Canada. ICLR Research Paper Series. Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction: Toronto and London ON. 29 pp. Available at http://iclr.org/ShowDown.cfm?AccDate=%26%238L%28XQ%2DX%0A.

Sancton, A.B. 2002. Local Government in North America: Localism and Community Governance. Local Government at the Millennium. J. Caulfield, and H.O. Larsen. Oplanden, Germany: Leske+Budrich. 185-201.

Sancton, A.B. 2003. Municipal Amalgamation: A Made-in-Canada Solution to an Undefined Problem. Canadian Issues (February): 33-36.

Sancton, A.B. 2002. Signs of Life? The Transformation of Two-Tier Metropolitan Government. Urban Affairs: Back on the Policy Agenda. C. Andrew, K.A. Graham, and S.D. Phillips. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press. 179-98.


Schild, V.I. 2002. Engendering the New Social Citizenship in Chile: NGOs and Social Provisioning under Neo-Liberalism. Gender Justice, Development and Rights in a Disabling Environment. 1st ed. S. Razavi, and M. Molyneux. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 170-203.


Vernon, R.A. 2002. What is crime against humanity? Journal of Political Philosophy 10 (3): 231-49.