Geography - Theses, Dissertations, and other Required Graduate Degree Essays

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The changing geography of salmon canning in British Columbia, 1870-1931

Peer reviewed: 
No, item is not peer reviewed.
Date created: 
1988
Document type: 
Thesis
File(s): 
Senior supervisor: 
P. M. Koroscil
Department: 
Arts and Social Sciences: Geography
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)

Sea-level change and delta growth, Fraser delta, British Columbia

Peer reviewed: 
No, item is not peer reviewed.
Date created: 
1988
Document type: 
Thesis
File(s): 
Senior supervisor: 
M. C. Roberts
Department: 
Arts and Social Sciences: Geography
Thesis type: 
Thesis (Ph.D.)

Aspiration, adaptation, and invocation : a pidginization-based model of transition within the built environment of Northwest coast towns

Author: 
Peer reviewed: 
No, item is not peer reviewed.
Date created: 
1994
Document type: 
Thesis
File(s): 
Senior supervisor: 
L.J. Evenden
Department: 
Arts and Social Sciences: Geography
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)

Radiometric corrections through white region normalization

Peer reviewed: 
No, item is not peer reviewed.
Date created: 
1989
Document type: 
Thesis
File(s): 
Senior supervisor: 
A. Roberts
Department: 
Science: Geography
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.Sc.)

Optimization of geographic map projections for Canadian territory

Author: 
Peer reviewed: 
No, item is not peer reviewed.
Date created: 
1982
Document type: 
Thesis
File(s): 
Senior supervisor: 
Thomas Poiker
Department: 
Arts and Social Sciences: Special Arrangements
Thesis type: 
(Dissertation) Ph.D.

Corporate social accountability: Examining the impacts of ethical purchasing policies on Canadian public institutions

Peer reviewed: 
No, item is not peer reviewed.
Date created: 
2006
Abstract: 

Insufficient responsibility by corporations, where the social and environmental consequences of their practices permits abuse in the workplace, is widespread. To prevent this, Canadian universities and municipalities are developing Ethical Purchasing Policies (EPPs), but considerable uncertainty exists about how to initiate effective EPPs with corporate compliance. This project utilized an Action Research methodology to learn what questions could best be answered by experts engaged in E PP implementation, and to analyse the results of their deliberations at a 3 day conference tilted "Ethical Purchasing, Human Rights and Public Policy Initiatives". Three categories were identified which helped to move EPPs forward – Standardization, Collaboration and Education. Two years later, key personnel from the 5 institutions with EPPs that attended the conference were interviewed regarding outcomes, implementation, compliance and accountability of corporations involved – and each contributed to favourable outcomes of EPPs, especially corporate social accountability.

Document type: 
Thesis
File(s): 
Senior supervisor: 
Peter Stephenson
Department: 
Arts and Social Sciences: Special Arrangements
Thesis type: 
(Thesis) M.A.

Population redistribution and "counterurbanization" : a study of nine urban regions in Canada

Author: 
Peer reviewed: 
No, item is not peer reviewed.
Date created: 
1992
Document type: 
Thesis
File(s): 
Senior supervisor: 
J.T. Pierce
Department: 
Arts and Social Sciences: Department of Geography
Thesis type: 
(Thesis) M.A.

The development of settlement patterns in Hay River, Northwest Territories,

Peer reviewed: 
No, item is not peer reviewed.
Date created: 
1975
Document type: 
Thesis
File(s): 
Senior supervisor: 
A. MacPherson
Department: 
Arts and Social Sciences: Department of Geography
Thesis type: 
(Thesis) M.A.