Ewa Dabrowska-Miciula

Ewa Dabrowska-Miciula
Conestoga College Canada · Interdisciplinary Studies

Doctor of Philosophy

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Migrants—and especially those working in sectors such as agriculture—are considered to be at particular risk of exposure to a range of adverse occupational health and safety (OHS) conditions that impact on their health and well-being. This chapter highlights the ‘cycle of neglect’ which characterizes OHS issues in relation to transnational agricult...
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A sustainable approach to food production must address both environmental sustainability and the wellbeing of food producers. Farming is one of the most dangerous occupations globally with high rates of injury, fatality, and occupational disease. However, occupational hazards and the practices that lead to unsafe working environments are often over...
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A sustainable approach to food production must address both environmental sustainability and the wellbeing of food producers. Farming is one of the most dangerous occupations globally with high rates of injury, fatality, and occupational disease. However, occupational hazards and the practices that lead to unsafe working environments are often over...
Conference Paper
This 90-minute roundtable will (i) examine the gaps in theory building and conceptualisations of place related to the ’ethnicity, race and place nexus’ and wellbeing of migrants and minority ethnic groups; and (ii) identify appropriate transversal sectorial policy and practice interventions that would enhance their health and wellbeing in rural are...
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This study is concerned with developing culturally sensitive risk management strategies among Old Order Mennonite (OOM) and other communities, living in the Township of Woolwich and farming along a tributary of the Grand River. Based on 34 semi-structured interviews with two groups of female participants, the multiple layers of culture (community c...
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Understanding of risk views in multiethnic Canadian society may be enhanced by including perceptions of a closed, ethno-religious Old Order Mennonite (OOM) community, farming along the most contaminated tributary of the Grand River, Ontario, Canada. This study represents the first time that these Old Order women have participated in any research. F...
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The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore women's health issues in a closed, ethno-religious Old Order Mennonite (OOM) community in rural Ontario, Canada. This is the first time that conservative OOM women from this community, who speak Pennsylvania Deutsch, a High German dialect, have participated in health research. The theoretical fra...
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The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore women's health issues in a closed, ethno-religious Old Order Mennonite (OOM) community in rural Ontario, Canada.This is the first time that conservative OOM women from this community, who speak Pennsylvania Deutsch, a High German dialect, have participated in health research.The theoretical frame...
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The role of culture in the geography of health and technological hazard perception research is an important and relatively recent avenue of research. This dissertation contributes to this research by exploring cross-cultural differences in health and risk perceptions and by examining the relationship between health and place. It involves an in-dept...

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