Trent Community Research Centre Project Collection

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Environmental Scan of Workplace and Vocational English as a Second Language Programming [poster]
By Amy Archer and Heli Vanaselja, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: Peterborough Partnership Council of Immigration Integration; Supervising professor: Paul Shaffer; Trent Community Research Centre, IDST 4220Y
Supermarket tours
Table of contents -- Introduction -- Aisle 1: Final copy. Vertical integration. We've come a long way. Consumer manipulation. Buggy's. Air temperature. Brand loyalty. Supermarket language. Use of color. Television commercials. Taste testers. Entrance. Music/muzak. Product placement. Endnotes -- Aisle 5: The meat market or what's your beef. Animal abuse. Crowding. Antibiotics. Desertification. Greenhouse gases. Animal waste. Walkerton. Organic farming. Endnotes -- Appendices. Aisle 1: 2001 Supermarket tour. Aisle 5: 2001 Supermarket tour. Lisa reflection. Heather reflection., By Lisa Arens, Heather Boyd and Sylvia., Includes bibliographic references., ERST 334: The Canadian Food System: A community development approach.
Early years speakers bureau topics
This project explores three topics related to early childhood development - child preparedness for school, bonding and attachment, and social skills - specifically drawing on the Ontario Early Years project., Wilma Armstrong., [Prepared for]: Professor Karen Jung., Date of project submission: April 2004., Completed for: Peterborough Family Resource Centre and Ontario Early Years Centre., SOCI 491H: Community-based research project.
Made in Peterborough - Curriculum to Grow the Leadership of Women in Politics
Women in Canada are missing from all levels of politics and there has been a painstakingly slow increase in the number of women involved. Women in Politics workshops have been run throughout Ontario and Canada as a whole. This project looks at Peterborough, Ontario and the opportunity for the YWCA of the area to host such workshops. It was found that workshops about women in politics are effective when the right curriculum is used and have an impact on the women who attend. It is recommended that the YWCA begin to increase the frequency with which these workshops are offered as well as tailoring each workshop to a specific interest, increasing overall effectiveness and impact and in turn increasing participation of women in politics in the Peterborough Region., By Rachel Arseneault and Leah Fearman, Date of Project Submission: April 2016., Completed for: YWCA Peterborough; Supervising Professor: Paul Schaffer; Trent Community Research Centre Project Coordinator: John Marris, IDST 4220Y - Assessment of Development Projects
Made in Peterborough - Curriculum to Grow the Leadership of Women in Politics [poster]
By Rachel Arseneault and Leah Fearman, Date of Project Submission: April 2016., Completed for: YWCA Peterborough; Supervising Professor: Paul Schaffer; Trent Community Research Centre Project Coordinator: John Marris, IDST 4220Y - Assessment of Development Projects
Promoting hunger awareness through volunteerism
Mandy Ashton., Completed for: Dave Kranenburg at Meal Exchange ; Supervising Professor : Chris Beyers, Trent University ; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Date of project submission : May 2005, Includes references (p. 55)., IDST 372: International Development Studies.
An evaluation of Peterborough Green-Up for use in its strategic planning
This report is the result of an evaluation conducted as a practical learning experience facilitated by the Trent Centre for Community Based Education (TCCBE). The TCCBE invites local organizations and businesses with research projects to work with university students such as ourselves. The purpose of the report is to provide information and recommendations to help guide Green-Up as it builds a new strategic plan., Acknowledgements -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Organization profile -- Methodology -- Findings and analysis -- Evaluation of evaluation -- List of appendices., By Bernice Asiedu-Ampem and Natalie Napier. --, Includes bibliographic references., International Development Studies 422: Assessment of development projects.
The Social Impacts of the Katimavik Pilot Project 2014/15: Perspectives from the Métis Youth Participants [poster]
By Terri Asselstine, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: Katimavik; Supervising Professor: Don McCaskill and Gillian Austin (GTA); Trent Community Research Centre, INDG 3813Y - Indigenous Studies Research
The Social Impacts of the Katimavik Pilot Project 2014/15: Perspectives from the Métis Youth Participants
By Terri Asselstine, Date of Project Submission: April 2015., Completed for: Katimavik; Supervising Professor: Don McCaskill and Gillian Austin (GTA); Trent Community Research Centre, INDG 3813Y - Indigenous Studies Research
Oral history of farm practices
By Jane Atkinson, Michael McLean, Brandon McParlan, Amy Stasiuk., Completed for: Kawartha Heritage Conservancy; Supervising Professor: Paula Anderson, Trent University; Trent Centre for Community-Based Education., Includes bibliographic references., ERST 3340H - The Canadian Food System: A Community Development Approach.
Why She Cycles: Building the Case for Community Bike Repair and Bike Education
By Olivia Austin & Melanie Lusted, Completed for: B!KE; Supervising Professor: Carmen Teeple Hopkins; Trent Community Research Centre, WMST 3031H - Doing Feminist Research: Making Social Change, The aim of this project was to learn more about the link between women’s knowledge of bicycle mechanics/repair skills and women’s usage of bicycles. The methods used were a literature review, survey analysis and conducting interviews. In the literature, a gap in cycling habits has been noted between women and men cyclists, with men riding significantly more than women. As well, there is little known about the link between knowledge of bicycle mechanics/repair skills and bike usage. We cannot conclude that there is a relationship between knowledge of bicycle mechanics/repair skills and usage. We found, however, that there were factors that contributed to usage including: purpose(s) for cycling, environmental factors and personal factors, all of which intertwined with social factors such as gender, class and cycling culture. In this report, we have included the literature review, survey analysis and a final interview analysis.
Why She Cycles: Building the Case for Community Bike Repair and Bike Education [poster]
By Olivia Austin & Melanie Lusted, Completed for: B!KE; Supervising Professor: Carmen Teeple Hopkins; Trent Community Research Centre, WMST 3031H - Doing Feminist Research: Making Social Change

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