Research Projects and Publications

Current Research Projects

Building Sustainable Sport Programs for Aboriginal Youth

In collaboration with the Right To Play Organization, as well as the Moose Cree, Sandy Lake and Wapekeka First Nations, a research team composed of four RCSCS members seeks to support program research, design, monitoring and evaluation and community engagmeent to ensure implementation of a successful community program in First Nation communities. 

Members of the University of Ottawa Research Team:

  • Principal Investigator: Alexandra Arellano, PhD;
  • Co-investigators: Tanya Forneris, PhD; Jean Harvey, PhD; Eric MacIntosh, PhD;
  • Students: Cindy Gaudet PhD candidate; Tanya Halsall, PhD candidate; Jared Kope, MA candidate.

For more information regarding the University of Ottawa and Right To Play Partnership, click here for a two-page project summary and click here to see a PDF version of the poster presented at the Sport Canada conference this Fall.

Scholarly books, chapters and paper in referred journals

2011

  • Arellano, A. (2011) “The Power of the Historic Festival: The Quebec ‘New France’ Brand. Event Management, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 1-12.
  • Arellano, A. (2011) “Tourism in Poor Regions and social Inclusion? The Porters of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu” in World Leisure Journal, Issue 2, Vol 53, Issue 2, p.104-118.
  • Barnes, J. (2011) Sports and the Law in Canada. Third Edition (1996). Chapter 1.Translated into Japanese by Shuji Nishimura, In: Kanazawa Law Review, March 2011, 53(2): 177-339
  • Barnes, J(2011) Sports and the Law in Canada. Third Edition (1996). Chapter 2.Translated into Japanese by Shuji Nishimura, In: Kanazawa Law Review, July 2011, 54(1): 213-326
  • Chun, K., O’Connor, E.  (2011). Framing Lymphoedema Following Breast Cancer Surgery: Women’s Experiences and Perceptions of Body Image, QOL and Support. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 5 (2): 113-126.
  • Dumas, A., Bournival, E., (2011) ‘Men, masculinities and health. Theory and application’. In Jason Laker (Ed.) Canadian Perspectives on Men and Masculinities. An Interdisciplinary Reader, Toronto: Oxford University Press.
  • Dumas, A. (2011) ‘Le quart-monde de l’Outaouais. Une étude sur la santé masculine’ Revue sociale et politique, À Babord, no. 40. 22-23.
  • Irving, H. & Giles, A.R. (2011) Examining the child's impact on single mother's leisure. Leisure Studies, 30(3), 365-373
  • Kaplan, A., O'Reilly, N. & Nadeau, J. (2011) The Hope Statistic as an Alternative Measure of Competitive Balance. International Journal of Sport Finance, 6(2): 170-184.
  • Li, M., MacIntosh, E., & Bravo, G. (2011) International Sport Management. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, pp. 53-69
  • MacIntosh, E . & Crow, B. (2011) Positioning a brand within the controversial sport of Mixed Martial Arts. Journal of Sponsorship, 4(2): 163-177
  • Nadeau, J., O'Reilly, N., & Heslop, L. (2011) China's Olympic destination: tourist evaluations of China and the Games. international Journal of Culture, Tourism, and Hospitality Research, 5(3): 235-246.
  • Nadeau, J., Pegoraro, A., Jones, F., & O'Reilly, N. (2011) Racial-Ethnic and Team-Market Congruency in Professional Sport. Journal of Sport Management, No. 25: 169-180.
  • O’Connor, E. & Vertinsky, P. (2011). Towards a Discernable History of Sports Medicine. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, 28 (2): 2-15.
  • O'Reilly, N. (May 2011) Sports: Professional Hockey Expansion in Canada. Americas Quarterly.
  • O'Reilly, N., Nadeau, J., & Kaplan, A. (2011) Do Fans Want Their Team to be Competitive in the Short-Term (the next game) or the Long-Term (the full season), and Does the Answer Affect Management Decisions. European Sport Management Quarterly, 11(1):73-86.
  • Stuart, S. & Scassa, T. (2011) Legal Guarantees for Olympic Legacies. Entertainment & Sports Law Journal.  9(1) ISSN 1748-944X, June 2011,http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/elj/eslj/issues/volume9/number1/stuart/

2010

  • Amaratunga, C., Phillips, K. P., O’Connor, E., O’Sullivan, T., Boscoe, M., Lemyre, L., Krewski, D. (2010). The Need for Healthcare Worker Sex and Gender-Sensitive Supports During Infectious Disease Outbreaks, in M. G. Tyshenko and C. Paterson (eds), SARS Unmasked:  Risk Communication of Pandemics and Influenza in Canada (McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal) chapter 7: 172-187.
  • Arellano, A. et S. Stuart (2010) La gestion des sites authentiques du patrimoine mondial. Les enjeux sociaux à Machu Picchu (Pérou), in J. M. Breton (ed.), "Patrimoine culturel, tourisme, environnement et développement durable, (Europe-Afrique-Caraïbes-Amériques-Asie-Océanie, Série "Iles et pays d'Outre Mer", vol. 7, Paris, Karhala) pp. 271-288
  • Arellano, A. (2010) « Las 365 iglesias de Cholula, de la leyenda a la identidad urbana (translation: The 365 Churches of Cholula, From Legend to Urban Identity), in R. Valdes and L. Jolin (Eds), El turismo cultural en la región de Cholula, la riqueza cultural como factor de desarrollo económico y social (Translation: Cultural tourism in the region of Cholula, cultural diversity as socioeconomic development factor), (Puebla, Universidad de las Americas de Puebla), pp. 21-36.
  • Arellano, A. (2010) Mise en tourisme durable et revitalisation du patrimoine. -Les ressources patrimoniales et la culture vivante de Cholula (Mexique), in J. M. Breton (ed.), "Patrimoine culturel, tourisme, environnement et développement durable (Europe-Afrique-Caraïbes-Amériques-Asie-Océanie, Série "Iles et pays d'Outre Mer", vol. 7, Paris, Karhala) pp. 424-433.
  • Barnes, J. (2010). “The Law of Hockey (Markham: LexisNexis Canada Inc., 2010)
  • Barnes, J. (2010). “Title 145/149”. In Canadian Encyclopedic Digest, 4th Edition. Calgary, ThomsonCarswell.
  • Bertrand, J., & Giles, A. R. (2010). New Brunswick’s Community School approach: A 
    form of Comprehensive School Health? PHENex: Physical and Health Education Academic Journal, 2(2), 1-11.
  • Heslop, L., Nadeau, J., & O'Reilly, N. (2010) China and the Olympics: Views from Insiders and Outsiders, International Marketing Review, 27(4):404-433
  • Leopkey, B., Mutter, O., & Parent, M. M. (2010). Barriers and facilitators when hosting sporting events: Exploring the Canadian and Swiss sport event hosting policies. International Journal of Sport Policy, 2 (2): 113-134.
  • Leopkey, B., & Parent, M. M. (2010). Risk management strategies by stakeholders in major sporting events. Event Management, 13 (3): 153-170.
  • MacKay, S.& Dallaire, C. (2010). « La contestation des discours sur l'obésité: YouTube et la femme «grosse» parrhésiaste. Recherches féministes, 23 (2): 7-24.
  • MacKay, S.& Dallaire, C. (2010). Campus Newspaper Coverage of Varsity Sports: Getting closer to Equitable and Sports-Related Representations of Female Athletes? International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 44 (1): 25-40.
  • Madill, J. & O'Reilly, N. (2010) Investigating the Concept of Social Marketing Sponsorships: Terminology, Stakeholders, and Objectives. Journal of Business Research, 63:133-139
  • Murumets, K., O'Reilly, N., Tremblay, N., & Katzmarzyk, P. (2010) Private Public Partnerships in Physical Activity and Sport: Principles for Responsible, Successful Partnerships.Journal of Physical Activity and Health, No. 7 (Spring): 317-319.
  • Parent, M. M. (2010). Decision making in major sporting events over time: Parameters, drivers, and strategies. Journal of Sport Management, 24 (3): 291-318.
  • Parent, M. M. & Séguin, B. (2010, July). Change as routine Understanding organizational change in Canadian major sporting events. Full paper published in the proceeding of the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management, Sports Organziations Management track, Paris, France (44 pages).
  • Pegoraro, A., Ayer, S., & O`Reilly, N. (2010) Consumer Consumption and Advertising Through Sport. American Behavioural Scientist, 53(10):1454-1475.
  • Séguin, B., Parent, M. M. & O`Reilly, N. (2010). Corporate support: A corporate social responsibility alternative to traditional event sponsorship. International Journal of Sport Management & Marketing, 7 (3/4): 202-222.
  • Zinger, T., & O`Reilly, N. (2010) An examination of sports sponsorship from a small business perspective. International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, 11(4): 238-301.

2009

  • Bélanger, A. & F. Valois-Nadeau (2009). « Entre l’étang gelé et le Centre Bell ou comment retricoter le mythe de la Sainte-Flanelle ». In N. Baillargeon & C. Boissinot. (2009). La vraie dureté du mental. Hockey et philosophie. Québec : Les Presses de l’Université Laval, pp. 73-94.
  • Dumas, A& S. Laforest, (2009). “Skateparks as a health‐resource: Are they as dangerous as they look?” Leisure Studies 28 (1), 19‐34.
  • Dumas, A. & B.S. Turner (2009). “Aging in Post‐Industrial Societies: Intergenerational conflict and solidarity”. In J. Powell & J. Hendrick (Eds.). The Welfare State and Postindustrial Society: A Global Analysis. New York, Spinger, pp. 41-56.
  • Dumas, A. & B.S. Turner (2009). « Vivre ou survivre. Conséquences sociales du discours prolongéviste contemporain ». In S. Yaya (sous la direction de). Pouvoir médical et santé totalitaire: conséquences socio-anthropologiques et éthiques. Québec, Presses de l’Université Laval.
  • Dumas, A. &B.S. Turner (2009). « Foucault, Bourdieu et le corps âgé. Deux avenues prometteuses en sociologie du corps ». Corps. Revue interdisciplinaire, 7 (2).
  • Faubert, C. (2009). “Tensions and dilemmas experienced by a change agent in a community–university physical activity initiative”. Critical Public Health, 19 (1): 71-86.
  • Harvey, J., J. Horne & P. Safai (2009). “From ‘One World, One Dream’ to ‘Another Sport is Possible’: Alter-globalization, Global Social Movements and the Possibility of Political Transformation through Sport”. Sociology of Sport Journal, 26 (3).
  • Leopkey, B. & M.M. Parent (2009). “Risk Management Issues in Large-scale Sporting Events: A Stakeholder Perspective”. European Sport Management Quarterly 9 (2):187-208. 
  • MacKay, S. & C. Dallaire (2009). “Campus Newspaper Coverage of Varsity Sports: Getting Closer to Equitable and Sports‐Related Representations of Female Athletes?” International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 44 (1): 25‐40. 
  • Parent, M. M. & J. Harvey (2009). “Towards a Management Model for Sport and Physical Activity Community-based Partnerships”. European Sport Management Quarterly, 9 (1): 23-45.
  • Sam, M.P. (2009). “The Public Management of Sport: Wicked problems, challenges and dilemmas”. Public Management Review, 11 (4): 499-514.

2008

  • Arellano, A.(2008). “The Inca Heritage Revival: Indigenismo in Cuzco, 1905-1945”. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 6 (1): 39-56.
  • Baker, A.C. & A.R. Giles (2008). “Pedagogy of the front float: A reflection on dialogue, aquatics programming and research in Taloyoak, Nunavut”. Arctic, 61 (3): 233-242.
  • Barnes, J. (2008). “Title 135.1/136.1”. In Canadian Encyclopedic Digest, 4th Edition. Calgary, ThomsonCarswell, pp. 1-171.
  • Berger, I.N. O’Reilly, M.M. Parent, B. Seguin & T. Hernandez (2008). “Determinants of sport participation among Canadian adolescents”. Sport Management Review, 11 (3): 277-307.
  • Burlone, N. C. Andrew, G. Chiasson & J. Harvey (2008). « Horizontalité et gouvernance décentralisée: les conditions de collaboration dans le contexte de l’action communautaire ».Administration publique du Canada, 51 (1): 127-142.
  • Dallaire, C. (2008). « La reproduction de l’identité francophone chez les jeunes : Le rôle de la stabilité des discours identitaires et de la représentation de la culture ». Francophonies d’Amérique, (26): 357-381. 
  • de Beer, J. (2008)*. “The Stanley Cup Case Study: Changes in the Practice and Pedagogy of Property Law”. In  Canadian Legal Education Annual Review 2008. Toronto: Carswell.
  • Dumas, A. & S. Laforest (2008). “Intergenerational conflict: What can skateboarding tell us about the struggles for legitimacy in the field of sports?” Nordic Sport Science Forum. ISSN 1652–7224 [idrottsforum.org].
  • Foreman, P. O. & Parent, M. M. (2008). “The process of organizational identity construction in iterative organizations”. Corporate Reputation Review, 11 (3), 222-244. 
  • Giles, A.R. (2008). “Beyond ‘add women and stir’: Politics, feminist development, and Dene games”. Leisure/Loisir, 32 (2), 489-512.
  • Krewski, D., L. Lemyre, M.C. Turner, J.E.C. Lee, C. Dallaire, L. Bouchard, K. Brand, P. Mercier (2009). “Public Perception of Population Health Risks in Canada: Health Hazards and Health Outcomes.” International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management (IJRAM),11 (3/4), 299‐318.
  • O’Connor, E. (2008). “Constructing Medical Social Authority on Dress in Canada”. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, 25 (2): 391-406.
  • Parent, M.M. (2008). “Mega sporting events and sports development”. In V. Girginov (Ed.).Management of sports development. London: Elsevier, pp. 147-163.
  • Parent, M.M. (2008). “Evolution and issue patterns for major-sport-event organizing committees and stakeholders”. Journal of Sport Management, 22 (2), 135-164.
  • Parent, M.M & J. Harvey (2009). “Towards a Management Model for Sport and Physical Activity Community-based Partnerships”. European Sport Management Quarterly, 9 (1), 23-45.
  • Parent, M. M. & B. Séguin (2008). “Toward a model of brand creation for international large-scale sporting events: The impact of leadership, context, and the nature of the event.” Journal of Sport Management, 22 (5), 526-549.
  • Parent, M. M. & T. Slack (2008). “Conformity and resistance: Preparing a Francophone sporting event in North America”. Event Management 11 (3), 129-144.
  • Slack, T. & M.M. Parent (2008). “Sport in North America: The United States and Canada”. In. B. Houlihan (Ed.). Sport and society: A student introduction (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, pp. 471-491.
  • Young, A. & C. Dallaire (2008). “Beware*#! Sk8 at your own risk: Young women’s skateboarding discourses.” In K. Young & M. Atkinson (dirs.). Tribal Play: Sport Subcultures and Countercultures. Volume IV in the “Research in the Sociology of Sport” book series. Amsterdam/Boston: JAI/Elsevier Science, pp. 235-254.
Research Reports

2011

  • Arellano, A. et Forneris, T. (2011). “Sandy Lake First Nation Needs Assessment”, report submitted to Right To Play Canada Organization, 23 pages.

2010

  • Arellano, A. et Thibert, I. (2010). « Sharing Ideas with Moose Cree First Nation on Sport and Recreation Practices for Right to Play P.L.A.Y Program». Rapport de recherche soumis au Moose Cree First Nation Band Council, 20 pages.
  • Brook, D., Arellano, A., Kasungu, E., Bird, I., et Harvey, J. (2010) Sport for Development Gathering, A Focus on Public Policy, report for Sport Matters and Research Centre for Sport in Canadian Society, 24 pages.
  • Dallaire, C. (2010). « Les Jeux de la francophonie canadienne 2008: Renforcer l'appartenance francophone chez les jeunes ». Rapport de recherche soumis à la Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française et ses partenaires de recrutement.
  • Parent, M.M., Harvey, J., Lévesque, M. (2010, septembre 29) “Kids in Shape Annual Report for 2009-2010. Ottawa, Canada: Authors. 40 pages.
  • Tangelder, M. et Arellano A. (2010) “Moose Cree First Nation, Results from Assessment Site visit”, report submitted to Right To Play Canada organization, 21 pages.

2009

  • Harvey, J., M. Lévesque, M. Fallu & S. Courchesne-O’Neill (2009, juin). « «Évaluation des partenariats de Québec en Forme : Rapport sur la seconde collecte de données dans les régions de l’Outaouais et de la Mauricie ». Rapport remis à Québec en Forme.
  • Harvey, J., M. Lévesque, M. Fallu, S. Courchesne-O'Neill (2009, juin). « Évaluation des partenariats de Québec en Forme. Rapport sur la seconde collecte de données dans les régions de l'Outaouais et de la Mauricie ».
  • Parent, M.M., J. Harvey, M. Lévesque, M. Fallu (2009, septembre). « Rapport annuel 2008-2009 ». Rapport présenté à Sears Canada et à la Fondation Trillium de l’Ontario.

2008

  • Amaratunga, C., P. Thille, T. O'Sullivan, M. Carter, E. O'Connor, K. Phillips & L. Lemyre (2008) “Risk Communication”. Report submitted to the CRTI Secretariat, Project 03-0009RD (Module 4.2), Government of Canada.
  • Dallaire, C. (2008). « L’appartenance francophone chez les jeunes en milieu minoritaire ». Rapport de recherche remis à la Fédération canadienne des enseignantes et enseignants (FCE) et publié dans le but d’animer des discussions sur le thème de l’adolescence en milieu minoritaire.
  • Parent, M.M., J. Harvey, C. Faubert & M. Fallu (2008, septembre) “Jeunes en Forme, rapport annuel 2007-2008”.  Rapport remis à Sears Canada et au Ministère de la Promotion de la santé de l’Ontario.
  • Parent, M.M. & G. Langelier (2008, décembre). « Vancouver 2010, une occasion en or : Viser un modèle canadien de la dualité linguistique dans le sport international. » Rapport présenté au Commissariat aux langues officielles du Canada
Poster presentations and other communications

2011

  • Dallaire, C., et Boily, V. (2011, mai) Les représentations du sport et des participants aux JFC 2008 : Le sport comme lieu de reproduction des identités francophones, minoritaires et nationales, au Canada. Communication présentée au  6e Congrès international de la Société de sociologie du sport de langue française, Nanterre, France.
  • Dumas, A, Diotte, J. Savage, M. et Bergeron, C. (2011) Raconter sa maladie : La réadaptation cardiaque chez des hommes de différentes classes socioéconomiques. Colloque des Programmes Locaux et Régionaux de Santé, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Robitaille, J. et Dumas, A. (2011) The Relation between Health Discourses, life circumstances, and underprivileged young women’s acquired bodily practices, Colloque des Programmes Locaux et Régionaux de Santé, Ottawa, Canada.
  • Stuart, S., Romeo-Velilla, M. & O'Reilly, N. (2011) Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. Capacity in the Canadian Sport System: Why LTAD and NCCP yet no certification or CPD for administrators? Montreal, June. (Honourable Mention Award).

2010

  • Arellano, A. (2010) “Poverty and WH Designation: Anything for the Impoverished”, conference presentation, UNESCO UNITWIN Culture Tourism and Development Network Conference, World Heritage and Tourism: Managing the Global and the Local, Quebec City, June 2-4.
  • Boily, V. et Dallaire, C. (2010, août). L’identité francophone des jeunes : question de langue et de territoire, mais aussi de fierté. Communication présentée au Colloque international « Langue et territoire », Université Laurentienne, Sudbury, Ontario.
  • Chun, K.,  O’Connor, E. (August 2010) Framing and Communicating Knowledge on Lymphoedema to Women with Breast Cancer, International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.
  • Dallaire, C. (2010, septembre) Les jeunes aux JFC 2008 : Choisir et définir soi-même l’identité francophone. Communication présentée au Colloque du Centre d’études franco-canadiennes de l’Ouest (CEFCO) « ‘Impenser’ la francophonie : recherches, renouvellement, diversité, identité… », Campus Saint-Jean, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Dallaire, C. (2010, July) Hybrid, fluid or singular linguistic, cultural and national identities: youth taking on or reinventing Francophone identities in Canada. Presentation at the XVII International Sociology Association World Congress of Sociology “Sociology on the move”. Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Gibbs,  L. et Dallaire, C. (2010, November). News Media Coverage of the Patrice Cormier Hockey Violence Incident. Presentation at the annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), San Diego, California.
  • Halpenny, E., Arellano, A. et StuartS. (2010) “Visitor trends at Canadian WH sites : The implications of WH designation for place branding and promotion”, conference presentation, UNESCO UNITWIN Culture Tourism and Development Network Conference, World Heritage and Tourism: Managing the Global and the Local, Québec City, June 2-4.
  • Parent, M.M., Rouillard, C., & Leopkey, B. (2010, December 3) Vancouver 2010: Défis et enjeux de la coordination intergouvernementale au Canada. Invited presentation at the 5e colloque du Réseau francophone des chercheurs en politques publiques, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada.
  • Parent, M.M. (2010, October 27) Evolution, Issues, Strategies and Decision Making in Major Sporting Events: The 2010 Olympic Winter Games and Canadian Governments. Invited presentation at the Sports Events and Volunteers Seminar, Norweigian School of Sport Sciences, Oslo, Norway.
  • Parent, M.M. (2010, June 15) Jeunes en forme / Kids in Shape. Invited presentation at the Sport for Development Gathering 2010, Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Parent, M.M. (2010, April 8) Les jeux olympiques d`hiver de 2010: gouvernance et coordination intra/intergouvernementale. Invited presentation at the University of Ottawa Research Commission.
  • Parent, M.M., Rouillard, C., & Leopkey, B. (2010, September) Issues and Strategies Pertaining to the Canadian Governments`Coordination Efforts in Relation to the 2010 Olympic Games. Paper presented at the 18th European Association for Sport Management Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Parent, M.M., Séguin, B. (2010, February) Intergovernmental coordination for the 2010 Winter Games: A municipal perspective. Paper presented at the Third International Sport Business Symposium, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Stuart, S., Romeo-Velilla, M. &, O’Reilly, N. (2011) Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. Capacity in the Canadian Sport System: Why LTAD and NCCP yet no certification or CPD for administrators? Montreal. June(Honourable Mention Award)

2009

  • Courchesne-O’Neill, S. (2009, novembre). “The Institutionalization of Canada’s Snowboarding Field”. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Ottawa. 
  • Dumas, A. (2009, mai). « Études féministes, femmes et corps âgé. Différents points de vue sur le discours d’antivieillissement. » 77e Congrès de l’ACFAS, uOttawa.
    Chun, K., O’Connor, E. (2009, mai). “Framing Lymphodema Risks”. Women’s Health Research Day, uOttawa.
  • Dallaire, C. (2009, juillet). « The Jeux de la francophonie canadienne 2008: Reproducing a panCanadian francophone community? » Presentation at the World Congress of the International Sociology of Sport Association (ISSA), Utrecht (The Netherlands).
  • Donnelly, P. & Y. Nakamura (2009, novembre). “Multiculturalism and sport participation: The dynamics of social inclusion”. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Ottawa.
  • Dumas, A., M. Savage & C. Bergeron (2009, novembre). “Class Culture and Body Care among Men Suffering from Heart Disease”. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Ottawa. 
  • Ellis, D. (2009). “Protecting the Olympic Brand: Examining the emergence and future direction of anti-ambush legislation”. Works of the 17th International Postgraduate Seminar, The International Olympic Academy, Olympia (Greece).
  • Ellis, D., M.E. Gauthier & B. Séguin (2009, juin). “An Examination of Ambush Marketing Legislation and National Sport Organizations”.Paper presented at the Administrative Science Association of Canada Conference, Niagara Falls (Ontario).
  • Ellis, D., M.M. Parent, B. Seguin & M.E. Gauthier (2009, septembre). “Understanding the Sport Participation Engagement Process: Towards a Multi-dimensional Perspective”. Abstract presented at the European Association of Sport Management Conference, Amsterdam (The Netherlands).
  • Frisby, W. (2009, novembre). NASSS 2009 Keynote Address. From Critique to Action: Exemplars from Research on Poverty, Inclusion, and Physical Activity”. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Ottawa. 
  • Gauthier, M.E., D. Ellis & B. Seguin (2009, mai). “Ambush Marketing and the Olympic and Paralympic Marks Act: Stakeholder perspectives. Abstract presented at the Administrative North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Columbia (South Carolina).
  • Geneau, A., L. Kern, S. Laforest, A. DumasB. Tremblay, C. Goulet, S. Lepage. (2009, avril) “Factors associated with the perceptions and risk‐taking behaviour of skateboarders.” (Poster). 30th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Montréal. Repris dans “SBM 2009 Proceedings”. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 37 (supplement): s172.
  • Geneau, A., L. Kern, S. Laforest, A. DumasB. Tremblay, C. Goulet, S. Lepage (2009, mai) « Prise de risque chez des adeptes de la planche à roulettes : rôle des facteurs psychosociaux et de la recherche impulsive de sensation. » 77e Congrès de l’ACFAS, uOttawa.
  • Giles, A.R. (2009, février). “Tradition and physical practices in Canada’s North”. (Invited lecture). Queen’s University Aboriginal Awareness Conference, Kingston (Ontario).
  • Giles, A.R. (2009, novembre). “Unpacking racist National Post ‘reporting’ on northern Aboriginal physical practices”. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Ottawa. 
  • Giles, A.R., G.S. Stadig, S.M. Strachan & the Hamlet of Pangnirtung (2009, janvier). “Climate change and the mitigation of drowning in Pangnirtung, Nunavut.” (Invited Presentation) Inuit Community Based Research and Climate Change Forum, Ottawa.
  • Harvey, J., P. Safai & J. Horne (2009, novembre). “From Workers’ Sport to ‘Sport populaire’: The FSGT and Alter-globalization”. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Ottawa. 
  • Karlis, G.,A. Sharaf & J. Oncescu(2009, juillet). “Tourism Research in Canada: A Review of Leading Canadian Journals in Leisure Studies.” Athens Institute for Education and Research 4th International Conference on Tourism, Athens (Greece).
  • Koenig, S. & Leopkey, B. (2009). “Canadian sporting events: An analysis of legacy and sports development”. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada 2009 Conference, Niagara Falls (Ontario).
  • Laforest, S., L. Kern, A. DumasB. Tremblay, C. Goulet, A. Geneau, S. Lepage (2009, April) “Study on practice and injuries in outdoors skateparks in Montreal.” (Poster) 30th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Montréal.
  • Lavoie, M. (2009, mai).« Le côté obscur de la Sainte Flanelle ». Communication présentée lors du colloque 100 ans de polysémie : Regards et réflexions sur le Canadien de Montréal, 77e Congrès de l’ACFAS, uOttawa.
  • Leopkey, B. & M.M. Parent (2009, mai). “The historical evolution of Olympic Games legacy governance: 1896-2016”. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Columbia (South Carolina).
  • Leopkey, B& M.M. Parent (2009, mai). “The evolution of Olympic Games legacy: 1896-2016”.Paper presented at the North American Society for Sport History Conference, Asheville (North Carolina).
  • Leopkey, B., M.M. Parent & Séguin, B. (2009, November). Mega-event coordination issues and strategies: The case of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games Federal Government. Paper presented at the 15th Annual Sport Mangement Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference, 2009. Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. 
  • Lévesque, M. & J. Harvey (2009, mai). « Représentations sociales et politiques : considérations méthodologiques ». Communication présentée lors du colloque Penser les politiques publiques à partir des représentations sociales : expériences théoriques, empiriques et méthodologiques, 77e Congrès de l’ACFAS, uOttawa, 12 mai 2009.
  • Lodge, V., J. Forsyth, M. Heine & A. Giles.(2009, novembre).“Aboriginal Sport in the Maritimes : Tom Longboat Award Winners”. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Ottawa. 
  • MacIntosh, E., & K. Spence (2009, septembre). “The Commonwealth Games Association of Canada and the Canadian Sport Leadership Corp: An examination of organizational culture”. Presented at the European Association of Sport Management Conference, Amsterdam (The Netherlands).
  • MacKay, S. (2009, août). “Net-a-Narratives of Sportswomen: Ethical Self-(Re)presentation?” Presentation at the Copenhagen International Summer School for Young Researchers - Course for PhD Students, Copenhagen (Denmark).
  • MacKay, S. & C. Dallaire (2009, mai). « Rompre ses chaînes : YouTube et la contestation des discours dominants sur l’obésité ». Communication présentée lors du colloque Femmes, corps et santé, 77e Congrès de l’ACFAS, uOttawa.
  • O’Connor, E. (2009, janvier). “Learning from the Past: Contextualizing Key Themes in the History of Sport and Physical Education in Canada”. Published conference proceedings of the National Association of Kinesiology and Physical Education in Higher Education Conference, (NAKPEHE) Sarasota (Florida).
  • O’Connor, E. (2009, mai). « Le loisir, le corps et la femme en péril: analyse des discours médicaux au 19ième siècle ». Communication présentée lors du colloque Femmes, corps et santé, 77e Congrès de l’ACFAS, uOttawa.
  • O’Connor, E. (2009, mai) “A Sporting Nation: Women, Health and Sport in Victorian Canada”.Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Carleton University.
  • Parashak, V., L. Campbell & S. Simpson(2009, novembre). “Reflections on a Mentor-based Resiliency Intervention for ‘Students of Promise’”. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Ottawa.
  • Parent, M.M., B. Séguin (2009, juin). « Un modèle pour des alliances stratégiques dans le cadre de la gestion d’événements sportifs au Canada ». Article publié dans les actes du congrès annuel 2009 de l’Association des sciences administratives du Canada, Niagara Falls (Ontario).
  • Savage, M., A. Dumas C. Bergeron. (2009, novembre).Men in Cultures of Despair : Fatalism, the Body and Heart DIsease. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Ottawa. 
  • Séguin, B. M.E. Gauthier, D. Ellis & M.M. Parent (2009, septembre). “Power Play: An examination of power and ambush marketing”. Abstract presented at the European Association of Sport Management Conference, September 2009, Amsterdam (The Netherlands).
  • Walker, M., B. Heere, D. Drane & M.M. Parent (2009, mai). “Social responsibility and the Olympic Games: The mediating role of consumer attributions”. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Columbia (South Carolina).

2008

  • Arellano, A. (2008, mai) “Tourism, Communities and socioeconomic change. A critical analysis of sustainable development”. 12th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research Conference Proceedings, Montréal.
  • Arellano, A. (2008, mai). « Les Amériques, les Péruviens et les « autres »; tourisme, porteurs et mobilité sociale ». 76e Congrès de l’ACFAS, Québec. 
  • Arellano, A. (2008, avril). « Renaissances incas : Indigénisme à Cuzco 1905-1945 ». Séminaires du Groupe interdisciplinaire de recherche sur les Amériques (GIRA), Montréal.
  • Baker, A. C. & A.R. Giles (2008, février). “Pathologic Pools: A post-colonial approach to drowning prevention in northern Canada”.  History of Medicine Days, University of Calgary.
  • Courchesne-O’Neill, S. (2008, novembre). “The Institutionalization of Alternative Sports: Snowboarding's Inclusion in the Olympics.” Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Denver (Colorado).
  • Dallaire, C. (2008, février). « L’identité des jeunes francophones et anglophones en milieu minoritaire: constats généraux». Communication invitée au 3ième symposium annuel sur les minorités de langues officielles de l’Association d’études canadiennes (AEC), Montréal. 
  • Dallaire, C. (2008, mars). « Les pratiques culturelles ». Communication invitée au 8ième colloque annuel du CIRCEM : Enquête sur la vitalité des minorités de langue officielle. Premières lectures, uOttawa.
  • Dallaire, C. (2008, avril). « La contribution des activités parascolaires au renforcement de l’identité francophone et de l’engagement communautaire des jeunes ». Symposium Des racines, des visages et des ailes ! La politique d’aménagement linguistique en action!, ministère de l’Éducation de l’Ontario.
  • Dallaire, C. (2008, mai). “Sport and the Reproduction of Cultural Communities: A Comparison of francophone Youth Games in Canada”. School of Sport and Exercise Sciences Research Seminar, Loughborough University, Loughborough (United Kingdom).
  • Dallaire, C. (2008, mai). « Réflexion sur le sport et la reproduction des minorités culturelles au Canada: Le cas des jeux francophones ». Séminaire de recherche de l’Institut des sciences du sport et de l’éducation physique, Université de Lausanne (Suisse).
  • Dallaire, C. & É. Jenkins (2008, avril). « L’évaluation du Fonds Initiatives jeunesse et l’usage de tiers partis en vue de la prestation des programmes du gouvernement canadien ». Laboratoire de recherches sur la gouvernance de l’Ontario français (LRGOF), uOttawa.
    Dumas, A. (2008, mai).  “Extension life. A sociological critique”. Qualitative Inquiry Conference, Champaign (Illinois).
  • Ellis, D., B. Séguin, T. Scassa & M.M. Parent (2008, septembre). “Who’s ambushing whom? An examination of anti-ambush marketing legislation in Canada: The Case of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games”. 16th European Association for Sport Management conference, Heidelberg (Germany).
  • A.C. Baker, D.D. Rousell & G. Stadig (2008, août). “On thin ice: Understanding ‘difference’ to provide effective aquatic programming in Canada’s North”. Nordic Association for Canadian Studies, Tromso (Norway). 
  • Giles, A.R. & E. O’Connor (2008, janvier). “Swimming and the Principles of Hygiene, Fitness and Safety in Canada’s North”. Abstract published in the proceedings of the 2008 ANZALS conference: Australian and New Zealand Association of Leisure Studies, Melbourne (Australia).
  • Giles, A.R., G.S. Stadig, & A.C. Baker (2008, septembre). “Understanding perceptions of aquatic-based risk in a changing arctic”. Northern Research Forum, Anchorage (Alaska).
  • Harvey, J. (2008, octobre). « L’activité physique par la mobilisation des communautés ». Congrès mondial du loisir, Québec.
  • Harvey, J., J. Horne & P. Safai (2008, mai). “From ‘One World, One Dream’ to ‘Another Sport is Possible”: Alter-Globalization, (New) Social Movements and Sport”. ‘To Remember is to Resist’, 40 Years of Sport and Social Shange Conference, Toronto.
  • Harvey, J., J. Horne & P. Safai (2008, novembre) “Alterglobalization, Resistance, New social movements and sport”. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Denver (Colorado).
  • Harvey, J, M. Lévesque (2008, octobre). « Des principes pour favoriser la mobilisation des communautés, résultats de recherche ». Congrès mondial du loisir, Québec.
  • Hernandez, T., I. Berger, C. Brissette, N. O’Reilly, M. Parent & B. Séguin (2008). “Sport participation in Canada: A longitudinal cohort analysis”. Proceeding of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, Halifax.
  • Lavoie, M. (2008, mars). “Le lockout de la Ligue nationale de hockey de 2004-2005: causes et retombées”. Colloque sur le sport professionnel, Université Pierre-Mendès-France, Grenoble (France).
  • Law, A. (2008, septembre). Undesirables, unemployables and social malingerers: containing a sober ‘leisure society’ ”. Paper presented at the 2008 ISA Meetings, Barcelona (Spain).
  • Leonard, B., N. O’Reilly, I. Berger, M.M. ParentB. Séguin & T. Hernandez (2008, octobre). “'Active' versus 'cultural' use of time: Health, happiness and sense of belonging”. Congrès mondial du loisir 2008, Québec.
  • Leopkey, B. (2008, février). “An evaluation of Canadian sport event hosting policies: Barriers and facilitators for hosting events”. Paper presented at 11th GSAED Interdisciplinary Conference, uOttawa. 
  • Leopkey, B., O. Mutter, M.M. Parent & J.-L. Chappelet (2008, juillet). “Barriers and facilitators when hosting sporting events: Exploring the Canadian and Swiss sport event hosting policies.” Full paper published in the proceeding of the 24th European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium, Amsterdam (The Netherlands).
  • Leopkey, B. & M.M. Parent (2008, mai). “An evaluation of Canadian sport event hosting policies: Barriers and facilitators for hosting events“. North American Society for Sport Management, Toronto.
  • MacKay, S. & C. Dallaire (2008, novembre). “Foucault’s Night at the YouTube Theatre: Parrhesia and the Female Ethical Subject”. Annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS), Denver (Colorado).
  • O’Connor, E., D. Ellis & B. Leopkey (2008, août). ”The Origins and Legacy of the Ancient Greek Olympics/Les origines et l’héritage des jeux olympiques de la Grèce antique”. Invited lecture at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau.
  • O’Connor, E., & Lemyre, L. (2008, mars) “Towards an Enhanced Understanding of Leisure, Health and Risks through Webgames”. American College and Teaching Learning Conference, San Juan (Puerto Rico).
  • O’Reilly, N., B. Leonard, I. Berger, T. Hernandez, B. Séguin & M.M. Parent (2008, mai). “The influence of household context in youth participation in Canada”. Paper presented at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Halifax.
  • Parent, M.M. & B. Séguin (2008, mai). “Change as routine: Understanding organizational change in Canadian major sporting events”. Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, Halifax.
  • Parent, M.M., B. Séguin & R. Windover (2008, mai). “Research and accountability in the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games”. North American Society for Sport Management, Toronto.
  • Parent, M.M., C. Nehme, B. Séguin & N. O’Reilly (2008, septembre). “Examining what drives urban Canadian youth to actively participate in sport”. 16th European Association for Sport Management Conference, Heidelberg (Germany).
  • Rouillard, C., M.M. Parent, B. Séguin & R. Windover (2008, septembre). “Creating a body of knowledge in Olympic Games research through a government-academia partnership”. 16th European Association for Sport Management conference, Heidelberg (Germany).
  • Safai, P., J. Harvey & P. White (2008, July). “Social Determinants of Health: Exploring the Relationship between Health and High Performance Sport”. International Sociology of Sport Association Annual Conference, Kyoto (Japan).
  • Tardif, C. & C. Dallaire (2008, mai). « De bons services de santé sont des services  en français? Comment les patients francophones traités en réadaptation à domicile dans l’Est de l’Ontario évaluent les soins reçus ? » Colloque Vues d’ici et d’ailleurs : Minorités linguistiques et francophonies en perspective, Réseau de la recherche sur la francophonie canadienne, 76e Congrès de l’ACFAS, Québec.
  • Walker, M., & M.M. Parent (2008, novembre). “Toward an integrated framework of corporate social responsibility, responsiveness, and citizenship activities in sport”. 2008 Sport Entertainment and Venues Tomorrow Conference, Columbia (South Carolina).

     

Presentations, interviews and other media representations

2011

  • Dumas, A. Interview with Antoine Robitaille of the Le Devoir. Enquête sur l’obsession du ventre plat. 16 August 2011.
  • Dumas, A. Interview with the Société Radio Canada (CBC) « Y a pas deux matins pareils », Friday, 8 April 2011, Extreme fighting in Ontario
  • Dumas, A. Pannel disccusion on Masculinity for the Société Radio-Canada (CBC), « C’est ça la vie », February, 2011.
  • Dumas, A. Discussant for Canadian Sport Policy paper on sport participation, CRSSC, jan 2011.
  • Nzindukiyimana, Ornella (2011) Les corps en baignade: contextualiser les bains publics à Ottawa, 1924.  Poster presentation, Human Kinetics Honours Thesis Project Research Day, April 2011. (Supervisor: O’Connor, E.)
  • O’Connor, E.(2011) Book review: Michaela Benson and Karen O'Reilly (eds)Lifestyle Migration: Expectations, Aspirations and Experiences. Special issue  <Loisir et relations Nord-Sud> Loisir et Société, 33 (1).

2010

  • Arellano, A. (2010) “Poverty and WH Designation: Anything for the Impoverished”, conference proceedings, UNESCO UNITWIN Culture Tourism and Development Network Conference, World Heritage and Tourism: Managing the Global and the Local, 2-4th June, Québec city, pp. 125-135.
  • Arellano, A(2010) « Le tourisme vu par la sociologie », guest speaker for Séminaires tourisme et épistémologie, communication présentée au Département des Études urbaines et touristiques, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montreal, Novembre 2010.
  • Arellano, A., George W., Halpenny E. (2010) “Setting a Global Research Agenda for Tourism and World Heritage” Workshop, UNESCO UNITWIN Culture Tourism and Development Network Conference, World Heritage and Tourism: Managing the Global and the Local, Quebec City, June 2-4.
  • Dallaire, C. (2010, Oct.) Managing competing objectives: The challenges of combining sport and ethnocultural objectives at Minority Francophone Games in Canada. Presentation in the seminar “Sporting events and volunteerism”, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Oslo, Norway.
  • Dallaire, C. (2010, June). Sports and Games: a Cultural Approach. Football and Latin American Identities: The case of the Argentinian style « lo criollo ». Conférence publique donnée dans le contexte du cycle d’activités culturelles organisées par la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México à l’occasion de la coupe du monde 2010 sous la thématique « Le soccer comme phénomène culturel et d’identités sociales collectives ». Gatineau, Québec.
  • Ellis, D., O’Connor, E., (2010) The Matchless Six : Highlighting Canadian Women Track Athletes at the 1928 Olympic Games. Thirdspace: A Journal of Feminist Theory and Culture, 9 (2).
  • Halpenny, E., Arellano, A. et Stuart, S. (2010) “Visitor trends at Canadian WH sites : The implications of WH designation for place branding and promotion”, conference proceedings, UNESCO UNITWIN Culture Tourism and Development Network Conference, World Heritage and Tourism: Managing the Global and the Local, June 2-4th, Québec city, pp. 593-604.

2009

  • Chun, K. & E. O’Connor (2009, April). Framing Critical Health Messages on Exercise for Women Living with Lymphoedema. Women’s Health Research Day, University of Ottawa/IPH.
  • Dumas, A. (2009, mai). Participation à un documentaire de TV5 (produit par Productions Balestra) sur l’activité physique et le vieillissement.
  • Harvey, J. & M. Fallu (2009, février). « Recherche en action : Jeunes en Forme ». Présentation à l’occasion de la journée Recherche en action de l’École des sciences de l’activité physique (version anglaise également présentée).
  • MacKay, S. & C. Dallaire. “Campus Newspaper Coverage of Varsity Sports: Getting Closer to Equitable and Sports-Related Representations of Female Athletes?” Research in Action Presentation.
  • O’Connor, E., D. Ellis & B. Leopkey (2008, August). The Greek Influence on the Olympics. Lecture Conducted at the Canadian Museum of Civilizations.
  • O’Connor, E. (2009, avril) «Unbref aperçu de l'histoire du sport féminin au Canada». (Présentation). Association canadienne des femmes diplômées des universités.
  • Parent, M.M. (2009, janvier) Entrevue sur les Jeux olympiques de Vancouver avec Sylvie-Anne Jeanson à l’émission « Au-delà de la 401 » de la Première Chaîne de Radio-Canada à Toronto, 9 janvier.

2008

  • Parent, M.M. (2008, août) « Alors, les JO c'est rentable ? » Entrevue avec Olivier Bourque, La Presse Affaires, Montréal, 22 
  • Parent, M.M. (2008, août)« Les Jeux Olympiques de Pékin : La performance du Canada ». Entrevue avec Louka Jacques, TVA Gatineau-Ottawa.
Grants
Researchers
Title
Organization
Type
Total Funding
Period
Arellano, A., MacIntosh, E. ,Forneris,T."A multidisciplinary research on the utility of Sport and Sustainable Development for First Nations: Building a Strong P.L.A.Y. Program"

Faculty of Health Sciences

University of Ottawa

Research Grant

Research Grant

28 000$

 

30 000$

2010

 

2010

Cardinal, L.,Dallaire, C., Bélanger, N., Forgues, É., Doloreux, D."Les savoirs de la gouvernance communautaire".CRSHARUC1,000,000$2009-2014

Dallaire, C. &Harvey, J.

« Les Jeux et la reproduction des identités des jeunes dans la francophonie canadienne»

SSHRC

Standard Grant

$ 107,000

2007-2010

Donnelly, P., Harvey, J., Kidd, B., MacNeill, M., Houlihan, B. & Toohey, K.

"Sport participation in Canada: Evaluating measurement and testing determinants of increased participation"

SSHRC

Standard Grant

$ 101,691

2006-2009

Dumas, A.

« Hommes, pauvreté et activités physiques en contexte de réadaptation cardiaque»

SSHRC

Standard Grant

$ 70,000

2007-2010

Forsyth, J.,Giles,A. & M. Heine

“Changing the face of Canadian Sport: Understanding the Experiences of Tom Longboat Award Recipients 1951-1998”

SSHRC

Standard Grant

$ 94,000

2008-2011

Giles, A.,"Development through sport and recreation: An examination of three recreation of Aboriginal youth"CRSHStandard Grant106 000$2010-2013
Giles, A., Palulis, P., Strachan, S., Drake, S."Partnering to Create a Culturally-Sensitive Training Module for Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Training"Subvention d'initiative interdisciplinaire, Université d'OttawaResearch Grant10,000$2010-2012

Giles, A., S. Strachan

“Understanding the impact of climate change on perceptions and practices related to water safety in Pangnirtung, Nunavut”

Health Canada

Grant

$ 61,480

2008

Giles, A.,T. Berry, H. Castleden, C. Chase, M. DuCharme, S. Giles, G. Laidler, H. Lennox, E. O’Connor, P. Palulis, C. Richmond, M. Robidoux, S. Strachan.

“Throwing a lifeline: Aquatic-based injury and drowning prevention with Aboriginal communities in Northwestern Ontario”

CIHR

Development of a Proposal

$ 10,000

2009

Grenier, A. et al. (dont A. Dumas)“Critical Approaches to the Study of Aging Societies: An International Initiative”SSHRCStandard Grant$ 25,0002009-2010
Halpenny, E.,Arellano, A.,Georges, W."Studying the impact of World Heritage status on tourism at World Heritage sites and their regions"CRSHIDR10 500$2009-2010
MacIntosh, E..,Law, B."Should I stay or should I go? Solving the retention problem in public fitness"SSHRCSubvention ordinaire19 470 $2010
O'Connor. E,Cook, S., Ste-Marie, D., Light, P.T., Giles, A., Cressman, E."Enhancing active and collaborative learning in the classroom and beyond: Developing a survey tool to increase faculty/student reflection on service learning experiences in the field of sport, leisure and health"Vice-recteur aux études, Université d'OttawaSubvention de recherche16 000$2009-2011
O'Connor. E,Werthner, P., Karlinsky, A., O'Sullivan, T., Cressman, E."Development of deep-learning e-portfolios for students in Human Kinetics"Faculté des sciences de la santé, uOttawaSubvention de recherche5 000$2010-2011

O'Reilly, N.,Hernandez, T., Séguin, B., Parent, M.M. & Berger, I.

“Urban Youth Engagement in Sport: Process, Access and Participation”

SSHRC/Sport Canada

Research Grant

$ 45,000

2007-2010

Parent, M.M., F. Rocher, C. Rouillard, B. Séguin

“Democratic governance and the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic winter games: a critical network approach to the VANOC – government relationship”

SSHRC

Standard Grant

$ 124,220

2009-2011

Rail, G. & Dumas, A.

"Young women’s discursive constructions of the body and  health in the context of obesity discourses and biopedagogies"

SSHRC

Standard Grant

$ 145,000

2008-2011

Safai, P., Harvey, J. & White, P.

“The social determinants of athletes' health: Understanding the relationship between health and high performance sport”

SSHRC

Standard Grant

$ 81,348

2007-2010

Young, R., Andrew, C., Graham. K. etHarvey, J.(de même que 60 co-chercheurs et collaborateurs)

Multilevel Governance and Public Policy in Canadian Municipalities

SSHRC, MCRI Program

Research Grant

$ 11,000

2004-2009

Contracts
Researchers
Title
Organization
Type
Period

Harvey, J. , DBk Consulting

« Mapping public investments in the Canadian sport sector »

MITACS

Contrat de recherche

2010

Harvey, J. & M. Lévesque« L'évaluation de l'impact des partenariats de Québec en Forme sur les communautés: Phase 2 - Outaouais et Mauricie »Québec en FormeResearch Contract2008
Parent, M., J. Harvey & M. Lévesque« Jeunes en Forme | Kids in Shape »

Sears Canada

Research and Operational Grant

2005-2010

Ottawa Senators Foundation

Operational Grant

2008

Ontario Trillium Foundation*Grant2009-2010

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario

Research and Operational Grant

2011-2012

This grant is administered by the Vanier Community Service Centre (VCSC) for the Rideau-Vanier Local Action Committee (LAC), the project's governance structure in the community.

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