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Sociology, Anthropology & Criminology

a tulip“Your mental health is the most important learning outcome,” sociology professor Renu Persaud tells students in an open letter published Monday.

Mental health of students forms the basis of learning: professor

“Your mental health is the most important learning outcome,” sociology professor Renu Persaud tells students in an open letter published Monday.

Reza NakhaieUWindsor professor Reza Nakhaie will work with the local YMCA to study the effects of COVID-19 on the mental health of immigrant and refugee youth.

Pandemic research to focus on young immigrants and refugees

UWindsor professor Reza Nakhaie will work with the local YMCA to study the effects of COVID-19 on the mental health of immigrant and refugee youth.

Man wearing face mask looking out windowGovernments should take a systemic approach to protect the health of the population as a whole, rather than placing the responsibility on the individual, sociology doctoral candidate Jane McArthur writes.

Systemic approach necessary to protect health: researcher

Health policy needs to apply the precautionary principle and focus on primary prevention of illness and disease, says sociology student Jane McArthur.