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Grant Havers; Allyson Jule

File consists of the following publications:

Grant Havers. “Kierkegaard, Adorno, and the Socratic Individual,” The European Legacy. 2013. [article]
Allyson Jule. “Sailing On: A Mid-Life Look at a Medical Marriage,” Results May Vary. 2013. [book chapter]
Allyson Jule. Gender Theory. ca. 2013. [encyclopedia entry]

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Todd Martin; Myron Penner; Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham; Paul Rowe; Michael Wilkinson

File consists of the following publications:

Todd F. Martin. “Computer Widows and Orphans,” Sociology of Work (Volume 1). 2013. [encyclopedia entry]
Todd F. Martin. “Predicting Immigrant Employment Sequences in the First Years of Settlement,” International Migration Review. 2012.
Myron A. Penner. “Analytic Philosophy, Theism, and Contemporary Philosophy of Religion,” Toronto Journal of Theology. 2013.
Myron A. Penner. “The Rise of New Calvinism Among Canadian Mennonite Brethren,” Direction. 2013.
Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham. “Problematizing Social Justice Discourses in Nursing,” Critical Research in Health and Healthcare Inequities. 2014. [arcticle]
Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham. “Prayer as Transgression: Stories from Healthcare,” Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion. 2013. [article]
Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham. “In Real Time: Exploring Nursing Students’ Learning during an International Experience,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship. 2013. [article]
Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham. “Motivation and International Clinical Placements,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship. 2014. [article]
Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham. Crosstalk: Public Cafes as Places for Knowledge Translation Concerning Healthcare Research. November 2013. [article]
Paul S. Rowe. “Postponing Armageddon? Christian Zionist and Palestinian Christian Responses to the Problem of Peace,” Chronos. 2013. [article]
Paul S. Rowe. “Christian-Muslim Relations in Egypt in the Wake of the Arab Spring,” Digest of Middle East Studies. 2013. [article]
Michael Wilkinson. Catch the Fire. 2014. [book] [see library for copy]
Michael Wilkinson. “Pentecostal-Charismatic Prayer and Social Engagement,” Prayer in Religion and Spirituality. 2013. [book chapter]
Michael Wilkinson. "II pentecostalismo in Nord America," In Cristianesimi senza frontiere: le chiese pentecostali nel mondo. 2013. [book chapter]

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Kevin Schut; Lynn Szabo; Maggie Theron

File consists of the following publications:

-Kevin Schut. “The virtualization of LEGO,” LEGO studies: examining the building blocks of a transmedial phenomenon. 2014. [book chapter]
-Kevin Schut. “They kill mystery: The mechanistic bias of video game representations of religion and spirituality,” Playing with religion in digital games. 2014. [book chapter]
-Kevin Schut. “Media ecology,” The Routledge companion to video game studies. 2014. [book chapter]
-Lynn R. Szabo. “Why Thomas Merton Still Matters: Thoughts on a Man for All Times,” Merton Seasonal. 2015. [article]
-Maggie Theron. “A Model for the Facilitation of Wholeness of Registered Nurses who Experience Personal Disintegration due to Secondary Trauma,” Canadian Journal of Psychiatric Nursing Research. 2015. [article]

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Norm Klassen; Jens Zimmermann; Don Ariel; Barb Astle; Mike Bodner; Harold Faw

File consists of the following publications:

Norm Klassen and Jens Zimmermann. Faith Seeking Understanding: Incarnational Humanism and the Contemporary University. ca. 2006. [book]
P. Donald Ariel. “Collatz’ Problem and the Homotopy Perturbation Method,” Nonlinear Science. 2012. [article]
Barbara Astle. “In Real Time: Exploring Nursing Students’ Learning during an International Experience,” International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship. 2013. [article]
Michael E Bodner. “Advice as a smoking cessation strategy: A systematic review and implications for physical therapists,” Physiotherapy Theory and Practice. 2009. [article]
Harold W. Faw. “To signal or not to signal: That should not be the question,” Accident Analysis and Prevention. 2013. [article]

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Lynn Szabo (no folder)

File consists of the following publication:

-Lynn R. Szabo. “The Mystical Ecology of Thomas Merton’s Poetics,” Love, Knowledge and the University: Essays and Poetry from the Christianity and Literature Study Group, Victoria, 2013. 2014. [book chapter]

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Mark Lee; Sara Pearson; Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham; Richard Sawatzky

File consists of the following publications:

-Mark A. Lee. “Organizational Decision Making Models: Comparing and Contrasting to the Stinson Wellness Model,” European Journal of Management. July 2014. [article]
-Sara L. Pearson. “Allusive Pursuits: The Song of Songs in Wordsworth’s ‘Tintern Abbey’,” Studies in Romanticism. 2014. [article]
-Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham. “Nursing research on religion and spirituality through a social justice lens,” Advances in Nursing Science. 2014. [article]
-Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham. “Faith as social capital: Diasporic women stretching the rules of secularized healthcare services,” International Women’s Studies Forum. 2015 [article]
-Richard Sawatzky. “Sex is associated with differences in individual trajectories of change in social health status after implantable cardioverter-defibrillator,” Circulation. 2015 [article]
-Richard Sawatzky. “Choosing your partner for the PROM: A review of evidence on patient-reported outcome measures for use in primary and community care,” Healthcare Policy. 2015. [article]
-Richard Sawatzky. “Symptom Distress Profile in hospitalised patients in Sweden: A point prevalence study,” Research in Nursing and Health. 2014. [article]
-Richard Sawatzky. “Minimal Evidence of Response Shift in the Absence of a Catalyst,” Quality of Life Research. June 2014. [article]
-Richard Sawatzky. “Planning and Implementation Strategy for a Rural Palliative Supportive Service,” Rural and Remote Health. September 2014. [article]
-Richard Sawatzky. “Palliative Approach Education for Rural Nurses and Health Care Workers: A mixed-method study,” International Journal of Palliative Nursing. 2015. [article]
-Richard Sawatzky. “Educating Nurses for Palliative Care: A Scoping Review,” Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing. 2014. [article]

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Office of Research

Series consists of materials donated to the TWU Archives by the Office of Research; in most cases, these materials were submitted by their creators to the Office as a matter of policy - for example, in applying for research points (Note: in 2017 the Research Points terminology was changed to Scholarship Credits). Prior to transferring these faculty publications to the Archives, the Research Office gained each faculty member's permission.

In 2017, due to space limitations, the decision was made to transition to sending only a complete bibliographic listing of publications to the Archives, rather than copies of publications themselves. See Box 05 File 04 and following

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