David Lyon, Professor, Queen’s Research Chair in Surveillance Studies David Murakami Wood, Associate Professor, Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Surveillance Studies Midori Ogasawara, PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology From the Babysitter to Alexa: Surveillance is All Around Dr. David Lyon is Director of the Surveillance Studies Centre and Professor of Sociology and Law at Queen’s University. Dr. Lyon is credited with spearheading the field of “surveillance studies,” and he has produced a steady stream of books and articles on the subject. His most recent book, The Culture of Surveillance: Watching as a Way of Life, looks at the imaginaries and practices of everyday surveillance. Dr. Lyon is also the Principal Investigator of the “Big Data Surveillance” project, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. This study examines the relationship between big data and surveillance in security, marketing and governance. Dr. David Murakami Wood is the Canada Research Chair in Surveillance Studies at Queen’s. He is a widely published specialist in the sociology and geography of surveillance and security in cities from a global comparative perspective, with a particular focus on Japan, Brazil, Canada and the UK. His current research focuses on security and surveillance in Continue Reading
In this episode I continue to talk about happiness. Listen to this episode if you want to learn how happiness can come from caring about the happiness of others, and letting go of what people think about you. Enjoy!
This week I am talking with Dylan Abbott and Dillon Budden, two geologists and musicians from Newfoundland and Labrador (The Rock!). We are going to talk about prospecting for gold in Newfoundland and hear some music from the b’ys. Check out Dillon Budden’s musician page below (new album coming soon!!) https://www.facebook.com/dbudden94/ Commercial music: Great Big Sea – England Dillon Budden – Joe Batt’s Arm Longliners (Live performance from Dillon) Dillon Budden – 24 (original song – live performance from Dillon) Hey Rosetta! – Welcome
Kingston’s campus/community radio station takes on the Orson Welles classic! Narrated by Principal Daniel Woolf, and with a cast of dozens, this is a new spin on an old classic with a contemporary radio twist. Originally aired on CFRC 101.9 FM in Kingston, Ontario on October 30, 2018.
Christiana Okyere, PhD in Rehabilitation Science, supervised by Drs Heather Aldersey and Rosemary Lysaght
Topic: Inclusive Education for Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Ghana. Overview: The 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and Human Rights Conventions such as the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disability have recognized the right of children with disabilities to be included in general education settings. Several empirical global studies on inclusion and disability have shown that inclusive education provides the best opportunity to support the development of persons with disabilities. However, implementing inclusive education in developing countries such as Ghana where disability often signifies a complete disqualification from education can be challenging. The overarching goal of my research is to understand the experience and implementation of inclusive education with children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in Accra, Ghana.
In the 7th Episode of Screening in Kingston, Mike and Taylor break down their top 10 lists of movies to watch at Halloween AND review the movie Collette!
First hour featuring, from a September 10th reading and launch event held at Novel Idea Bookstore, you’ll hear Penn Kemp reading from and launching two books, ‘Fox Haunts’ and ‘’Local Heroes’, that evening. The event was organized and emceed by Elizabeth Greene. Second hour featuring, from a September 26th event held at the Grad Club, you’ll hear the first Queen’s Poetry Slam event in this university year’s monthly series with readings or performances by Sadie, Connor, Tia, Christian, Holly, Billie the Kid, Tabassum, Kobe, Izzy, and Alyssa Cooper.
Sean Liddle joins Matt for the Hallowe’en WAFFLES! spooktacular! They take on the scariest of the scaries, and a special tribute to comedy hero and Canadian legend Rick Green. Music for this episode: WAFFLES! Teen Titans New Year’s Eve in a Haunted House :: Raymond Scott Butcher Pete :: Roy Brown I’m Not Scared :: Neko Case Ghosts that Haunt Me :: Crash Test Dummies This Halloween I Go As Me :: John Southworth Vance the Vegetarian Zombie :: Arrogant Worms Sexy Vampire :: Black Dresses A Nightmare on My Street :: DJ Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince The Witch :: The Gruesomes Cemetery :: Headstones Monsterman :: Devo Gas Station Washroom :: The Frantics I Know Your Name :: GIMP Forecast Calls for Ghosts :: Dingers Dance Macabre :: Ghost Crypt Reaper :: WITCHROT Everyday is Halloween :: Ministry Spooky :: New Order Graveyard Rock :: Forgotten Rebels Running Scared :: Nick Cave Spooky :: New Order Graveyard Rock :: Forgotten Rebels Running Scared :: Nick Cave Creature from the Black Lagoon :: Lord Melody Get Back Satan :: Old Haunt
JP Dobson, Program Assistant for Oceanpath and Katie Fizzel, Experiential Learning Projects Coordinator for Career Services at Queen’s University join us for this Campus Beat episode. They discuss the Oceanpath Fellowship, an innovation experiential learning opportunity for graduating undergrad and Master’s students, how and why students should apply, and the kinds of life and career skills students can develop through this prestigious $25,000 fellowship!
A variety of recent news articles about cannabis legalization, facts from a recent presentation by Dr. Deji Ayonrinde called Cannabis and the Adolescent Brain, and mention of a documentary about Colorado called Chronic State looking at legalization 5 years on.