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Title: Family Relations and Applied Nutrition
Author: Cunningham, Shannon; Bergen, Anne
Abstract: Carla Rice uses research, media and community projects to challenge taken-for-granted, harmful attitudes about people with physical differences. Tricia van Rhijn works with mature university students to understand their needs and has founded & moderates a social support network for student parents.
Description: Carla Rice is an Associate Professor in Family Relations and Applied Nutrition. She currently holds the position of Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Care, Gender and Relationships at the University of Guelph. She is interested in ways to create new meanings of differences by creating new imagery. She started Project Re•Vision, a publicly and privately funded project that uses arts-based methods to dismantle stereotypical understandings of disability and physical difference that can create barriers to healthcare, education, and inclusion in the broader community. Project Re•Vision is unique in that it puts new media technologies into the hands of marginalized communities as a way of shifting stereotypes and advancing inclusion. To that end, it seeks to engage diverse audiences in re-considering commonly held, harmful assumptions in an effort to improve health care and education systems across Canada and globally. For more information about Carla Rice’s research, please go to her website at https://www.uoguelph.ca/family/people/family-relations-and-human-development/dr-carla-rice Tricia van Rhijn is an Assistant Professor in Family Relations and Applied Nutrition. Among her research interests are: investigating peer play in inclusive childcare settings; experiences of non-traditional students in formal post-secondary education, in particular mature students and student parents; and influences between intimate partner relationships and school success. For more information about Tricia van Rhijn’s research, please go to her website at https://www.uoguelph.ca/family/people/family-relations-and-human-development/dr-tricia-van-rhijn
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/8172
Date: 2014-06-13
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 Canada


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