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Lisa Carver

Professor Lisa Carver
Professor Lisa Carver

Lisa Carver, Assistant Professor, School of Kinesiology & Health Studies, Queen's University, Canada

I have a PhD in Sociology and MA in Psychology.  My training and research are focused in the areas of Health (particularly the social justice, equity and health and illness) Aging and Gender.  I am also interested in the human-animal bond and well-being. At a personal level, and in my primary research, I believe that we need to take a stand when we see the need for change.  As a result, my research follows my interests and concerns, exploring dynamics of power, inequalities and social justice in understanding the impacts of illness, gender, education, ethnicity and socioeconomic level on various stages of the lifecourse.

Telephone: 
613-533-6000 x75434

SSC Seminar Series: Amanda Glasbeek and Emily Van der Meulen

Amanda Glasbeek, Associate Professor, Department of Social Science, York University and

Emily van der Meulen, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Ryerson University



Gendering Video Surveillance in Toronto: CCTV and women’s sense of urban security



Mac-Corry Hall, Room D411 (Sociology Lounge)

12:30 - 2:00 pm

This talk draws on primary data from a Toronto-based, mixed-methods study with 50 women, and offers insights on...