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AbstractThe aim of this paper is to articulate a theory of human identity from a cultural psychological perspective. This article shall elucidate an explanation of identity as rooted in macro cultural factors such as social institutions, artifacts, and cultural concepts. This theory is called...
AbstractBoarding house residents (BHRs), like the wider homeless population, are multiply disadvantaged and have disproportionately high levels of mental ill-health. Social comparison processes that involve comparing one's mental health to others, may lead BHRs to minimize their mental health...
AbstractThis study expanded on previous investigations exploring public attitudes toward the human rights issues involved in organ donation practices and personal support for these practices. Participants included college and graduate students, and senior citizens (N = 99). Attitudes were...
AbstractHomelessness can impact one's use of health and social services. Our paper provides a descriptive analysis of the nature, prevalence and impacts of migration amongst homeless people in two cities. We examine experiences of 120 homeless men in Vancouver and Kelowna in relation to their...
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