Carol Kauppi is Professor of Social Work and Director of the Centre for Research in Social Justice and Policy at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Coping Strategies as a Manifestation of Resilience in the Face of Postpartum Depression: Experiences of Women in Northern Ontario

This is a qualitative study about coping strategies as a manifestation of resilience among twelve women who experienced pospartum depression while living in the underserviced communities of Northern Ontario.

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Migration and Homelessness: Exploring Attachment to Place amongst Francophone, Anglophone and Indigenous People in Northeastern Ontario

Place/space is central to organizing the experience of living. Displacement through homelessness profoundly modifies the sense of self/place. We examine the flow of migratory homeless people into Canadian urban communities.

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Living on the Outside: A Photo Exhibit Using Art in the Struggle for Social Justice

Using photovoice methods, we explored a neglected theme in art: substandard housing and homelessness. We engaged homeless people in a collaborative artistic practice to work towards social change.

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Published online: December 2, 2014

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Photovoice and Homelessness in Subarctic and Urban Communities: Art-based Research, Housing and Health

The arts become a tool in the struggle for social justice revealing hidden aspects of the housing conditions of people living in poverty and of their effects on their health.

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Reaffirming Culture through a Community-based Housing Design Process

Using design charrette, Cree people discussed memories of their cultural heritage. Designs, inspired by traditional Cree culture, investigate architecture as a cultural tool for responding to traditional living patterns.

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Migration, Homelessness, and Health: Among Psychiatric Survivors in Northern and Southern Ontario

This study explored migration, homelessness, and health among psychiatric survivors in northern and southern Ontario, Canada. Results showed that cultural background, language, migration, and homelessness risk differed between groups.

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Mental Illnesses and Homelessness: Experiences of Francophone, Anglophone, and Indigenous Persons in Northeastern Ontario

Homelesss Francophones in northeastern Ontario are proportionately overrepresented when compared to homeless Anglophones and Indigenous people who said that they suffered from mental health problems during the previous year.

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Published online: June 1, 2015

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Social Profiling, Homelessness, and Policing in Canada

In an analysis of interviews with homeless people in Canada, social profiling was a relevant concept. All homeless participants were targeted by police and subjected to difficult or abusive treatment.

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