George W. Smith Student Paper Award
“The Social Relations of HIV Disclosure in the Context of Criminalization in Canada: Reflections on an Objectifying Discourse." Colin Hastings, York University.
"The textual account of ‘quality’: Institutional technologies that coordinates the scheduling of community nursing for children with diabetes in Ontario schools." Lisa Watt, McMaster University.
No award given
"Towards an Institutional Counter-Cartography of Nurses’ Wound Work." Nicola R. Waters, University of Calgary.
"You may smother my voice, but you will hear my silence: An autoethnography on street sexual harassment, the discourse of shame and women’s resistance in Iran". Fae Chubin, Independent Scholar.
A copy of Fae's published paper can be accessed in Sexualities.
Chubin. Fae. 2014. "You may smother my voice, but you will hear my silence: An autoethnography on street sexual harassment, the discourse of shame and women’s resistance in Iran." Sexualities, 17 (1-2): 176-193.
"Mandatory HIV Testing Policy and Everyday Life: A Look Inside the Canadian Immigration Medical Examination." Laura M. Bisaillon, University of Ottawa. Full Paper
“Defining and Regulating Care Needs: The Power of the State and Professional Knowledge,” Li-Fang Liang, Syracuse University.
“Migraine Diagnosis: Ruling Out the Badness,” Alejandra K. Gabriel, Arizona State University.
“Gimme Shelter! Investigating the Social Service Interface from the Standpoint of Youth,” Naomi Nichols, York University. A copy of Naomi's published paper can be accessed in the Journal of Youth Studies.
Nichols, Naomi. 2008. "Gimme Shelter! Investigating the Social Service Interface from the Standpoint of Youth." Journal of Youth Studies, 11(6), 685-699.
“Panning for Gold – An Institutional Ethnography of Health Relations and the Process of Diagnosing Autism in British Columbia,” Michael K. Corman, University of Victoria. Full Paper
“Mapping the Social Relations of the Australian Vocational Education and Training Sector,” Lauri Grace, Faculty of Education, Deakin University. Full Paper
“Managing Access at the Museum: Disability & Institutional Boundaries,” Patrick Rodgers, University of Toronto. Full Paper