SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND MEDIA STUDIES DEPARTMENT

Cherylynn's Personal Page

CONTACT INFO


Cherylynn Bassani, BA, MA, PhD (UCalgary)
Sociology Instructor
Office: 
Email: cherylynn.bassani@ufv.ca
Telephone: 604 - 504 -7441, local 


Areas of Interest
  • Immigrant Child & Youth Heath & Well-being
  • Family & Youth Studies
  • Social Capital Theory as it pertains to Youth
  • Applied Research Methods
  • Program Assessment


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT


  • GEOG 352 - Explanations in Geography - Quantitative Methods
  • SCMS 370 - Dynamics of Racism in Canada
  • SCMS 470C - Race & Racism - Canada & Japan
  • SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 250 - Comparative Societies - Canada & Japan
  • SOC 331 - Sociology of Families
  • SOC 431C - Advanced Topics - Childhood Cross Cultural Examination
  • SOC 490 - Directed Readings
In addition Dr. Bassani has taught Sociology of Families (UCalgary), Race & Racism (SFU), and Research Methods (SFU).



Research Interests

Dr Bassani’s research focuses on children and youth. Over the past decade, she has worked to develop Social Capital Theory as it pertains to youth.  Since starting her post doctoral fellowship in 2005, Dr. Bassani has focused on the health and well-being of immigrant children in Canada, examining ethnic differences as well as looking at the influence of social capital and racial/ethnic discrimination on these youth.  Dr. Bassani sits on a number of research committees and is actively involved in community program assessment.  She is currently editing a book entitled Adolescent Behaviour and is the primary editor of ‘Health and Well-being of Immigrant Children and Youth –Special Issue,’ from the International Journal of Population Research. http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijpr/si/icy.html

 



SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND MEDIA STUDIES DEPARTMENT

Cherylynn's Personal Page

CONTACT INFO


Cherylynn Bassani, BA, MA, PhD (UCalgary)
Sociology Instructor
Office: 
Email: cherylynn.bassani@ufv.ca
Telephone: 604 - 504 -7441, local 


Areas of Interest
  • Immigrant Child & Youth Heath & Well-being
  • Family & Youth Studies
  • Social Capital Theory as it pertains to Youth
  • Applied Research Methods
  • Program Assessment


UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT


  • GEOG 352 - Explanations in Geography - Quantitative Methods
  • SCMS 370 - Dynamics of Racism in Canada
  • SCMS 470C - Race & Racism - Canada & Japan
  • SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology
  • SOC 250 - Comparative Societies - Canada & Japan
  • SOC 331 - Sociology of Families
  • SOC 431C - Advanced Topics - Childhood Cross Cultural Examination
  • SOC 490 - Directed Readings
In addition Dr. Bassani has taught Sociology of Families (UCalgary), Race & Racism (SFU), and Research Methods (SFU).



Research Interests

Dr Bassani’s research focuses on children and youth. Over the past decade, she has worked to develop Social Capital Theory as it pertains to youth.  Since starting her post doctoral fellowship in 2005, Dr. Bassani has focused on the health and well-being of immigrant children in Canada, examining ethnic differences as well as looking at the influence of social capital and racial/ethnic discrimination on these youth.  Dr. Bassani sits on a number of research committees and is actively involved in community program assessment.  She is currently editing a book entitled Adolescent Behaviour and is the primary editor of ‘Health and Well-being of Immigrant Children and Youth –Special Issue,’ from the International Journal of Population Research. http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ijpr/si/icy.html

 



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