Asia-Pacific Journal of Canadian Studies 2022 KCI Impact Factor : 0.0

Korean | English

pISSN : 2951-0619 / eISSN : 2951-3952

https://journal.kci.go.kr/apjcs
Aims & Scope
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The journal aims at promoting the dissemination of new discoveries and cutting-edge research outcomes in the diverse fields of Canadian studies and their related areas. The content of the journal may include theoretic advancements or experimental verifications that can inspire follow-up studies in the research community or make an impact on the associated areas.
Editor-in-Chief
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Seung-Ryul Lee

(Korea Aerospace University, Korea)

Citation Index
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  • KCI IF(5yr) : 0.0
  • Centrality Index(3yr) : 0.741
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Current Issue : 2023, Vol.29, No.2

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  • NOT A MUSEUM, BUT A COMMUNITY OF RELATIONSHIPS: A CANADIAN ECOMUSEUM CASE STUDY

    Christopher Gunter | 2023, 29(2) | pp.105~125 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Inspired by Indigenous notions of relationality, accountability and holism, this paper examines an ecomuseum case study, l’Écomusée du patrimoine funéraire et commémoratif, to better understand its activist community forming claims. In particular, this pap er seeks to describe and analyze how this ecomuseums' relationships with the environment and community take form (i.e., projects, practices, objects, values, etc.), and discuss what this model of museum implies for its community, and as a possible model fo r other organizations to adopt. Implications regarding its holistic structure, values, and mission, and aims for public participation will be juxtaposed with the classic iteration of public museums. Although previous studies have studied aspects of ecomuse ums regarding their history, their connection to policy change, this article’s aim is to examine and compare this ecomuseum, with emphasis on the intimate relationship and communal claims regarding how it views, builds, organizes and understands its relati onships with its public and larger ecosystem.
  • Challenges within the Canadian Military: an Exploratory Study of Female Veteran Lived Experiences

    Philip McCristall | Jordan Babando | 2023, 29(2) | pp.127~143 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) have continuously struggled to address female inclusion and concerns surrounding inappropriate behaviour, sexual violence, and discrimination within its ranks. In recent years there have been different missions directed at understanding and responding to issues of sexual misconduct and toxic work culture within the CAF. Unfortunately, these programs have not adequately captured or mitigated these issues, and the current academic literature lacks lived experiences that could inform such policies and mitigations. As a corrective, this study sought to provide an account of lived experiences of these issues. This phenomenological case study utilized snowball sampling to recruit 55 female CAF veterans for one-on-one in-depth semi-structured interviews. Thematic analysis followed three research questions that surrounded: 1) Leadership, 2) Segregation and Demeaning Treatment Towards Integration, and 3) Violence and Inappropriate Behaviour. This study should be of interest to Canadian and other national forces looking to enhance their understanding of the issues faced by female veterans.
  • Idéologies Pénales et Prostitution dans le Contexte Canadien

    Michel Giroux | 2023, 29(2) | pp.145~166 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Over the past decade, Canadian law on prostitution has shifted from liberalism to postmodernism. This article explores the legislative and jurisprudential path of this ideological evolution. This evolution culminated in the adoption, in 2014, of the Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act and the Supreme Court of Canada's refusal, in 2023, to hear the appeal lodged by the defendants in R. v. N.S., a decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal.
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