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The homing of the home: Exploring gendered work, leisure, social construction, and loss through women’s family memory keeping
(University of Waterloo, 2012-10-18)
Using a feminist, autoethnographic methodology and in depth interviews with twenty-three participants, I sought to better understand the meaning of family memory keeping for women and their families through this research, ...
A Tale of Two Schoolings: A leisure scholar’s autoethnographic exploration of different learning settings
(University of Waterloo, 2015-06-10)
What do homeschooling, public school, leisure studies, and factors such as freedom of choice, trust, and competence have in common? I have been asking myself this question for over a decade now. Or, rather, not so much ...