SALISES Conference - Gender, Sociology and Governance

Children, Youth and Society

RESEARCHER

SUBMISSION


Ms. Agneta Ifill-Holloway
Graduate Student, M.S.W. Social Work: Administration and Management

“The Perception of Afro and Indo Guyanese Fathers About Their Roles, Responsibilities and Childrearing in Family Life”

Dr. Alana Griffith
Department of Government, Sociology, Social Work & Psychology

Alana Griffith and Damian Cohall “Gateways and Gatekeepers: ‘Reclassifying’ Marijuana for Medical Breakthrough or Destroyer of Barbadian Youth

 

Entrepreneurship and Caribbean Development

Dr. Jonathan Lashley
SALISES

“Growth Constraints for Female Entrepreneurs in the Caribbean”

 

Crime, Violence and Regional Security

Ms. Vernée Sobers
Department of Government, Sociology, Social Work & Psychology

“The ‘C’ Basin: Redefining Crime and Criminological Theory Within the Caribbean"


Dr. Halimah DeShong
Institute for Gender & Development Studies, Nita Barrow Unit

“Governing Violence: Language, ‘Colonial’ Gender and Change”

 

Sex, Class, Race and Power

Dr. Latoya Lazarus, SALISES

“Faith, Family and Freedom: A rallying call for Conservative Christians in Barbados”

Dr. Mahalia Jackman
Department of Economics

“Sex, Laws, Religion and Economics: The role of development, Evangelicalism and laws in shaping attitudes towards same-sex marriage across the Americas”


Creative and Cultural Industries in Small States

Ms. Sade N. Jemmott, Ms. Tamaisha Eytle & Ms. Jonelle Watson
Graduate Students, M.Sc. Integration Studies

“Fete Economics: Leveraging Culture for Regional Integration & Development”


 

Vulnerable Populations, Social Exclusion, Poverty and Inequality

Ms. Melissa Bess
Graduate Student, M.Sc. Sociology

“A Qualitative Study of the Conceptualization and Involvement of Men who have Engaged in Intimate Partner Violence in Guyana”


 

Gender Inequality and Development

Dr. Corin Bailey
SALISES

“Perceptions of Familial Responsibility as a Practical Constraint in Judicial Decision-making: Focal concerns and gender bias in sentencing on the island of Barbados”


 

Constitutional Reform, Governance, Democracy and Development

Dr. Tennyson Joseph
Head, Department of Government, Sociology, Social Work & Psychology

“Any Cook Can Govern? Plato, Donald Trump, Alan Chastanet and St. Lucia’s 2016 General Election

Dr. Don Marshall
Head, SALISES

“Agency and Materialism in Late Globalisation: Populism and the Contemporary Neoliberal Hour/ Aura/ Horror Agency and Materialism in Late Globalisation: Populism and the Contemporary Neoliberal Hour/ Aura/Horror




 
Faculty of Social Sciences
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