Maddie Brockbank

Maddie Brockbank
McMaster University | McMaster · School of Social Work

Master of Social Work

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Citations since 2016
2 Research Items
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Introduction
Maddie Brockbank is a PhD student in the School of Social Work, McMaster University. Maddie is a teaching assistant, research assistant, and project lead for a MacPherson Institute student partners program (SPP) project. Maddie's research interests are related to the intersection(s) between the socialization/social construction of masculinity and sexual violence prevention.
Additional affiliations
September 2019 - present
McMaster University
Position
  • Research Assistant
September 2019 - present
McMaster University
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
September 2020 - August 2025
McMaster University
Field of study
  • Social Sciences - Social Work
September 2019 - August 2020
McMaster University
Field of study
  • Social Sciences
September 2015 - April 2019
McMaster University
Field of study
  • Social Sciences

Publications

Publications (2)
Article
This article aims to contribute to the burgeoning scholarship on carceral and anti-carceral feminist approaches to addressing gender-based and sexual violence (GBSV). Specifically, this article attempts to draw out the contributions and tensions of carceral and anti-carceral approaches towards the elimination of GBSV within the context of feminist...
Article
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Sexual violence is a pervasive issue identified on post-secondary campuses. Existing research focuses almost exclusively on an American context and quantitatively explores the frequency with which sexual assault occurs on campuses. As men are overrepresented as perpetrators, it is necessary to investigate their perspectives on the issue. The presen...

Projects

Project (1)
Project
This project will facilitate focus groups with marginalized students at McMaster University to identify and understand the processes that make them feel unsafe in the classroom. The goal is to develop a tangible webinar that can be integrated into course outlines that set groundwork for conversations to be had about how to respectfully engage in class dialogue.