With my goals of making social science research accessible, I work to share my research through blog posts, podcasts, and interviews. Below is a selection of some of these.
Blog Posts & Podcasts
CERB helped Canadians during COVID-19 — but not the most vulnerable, The Conversation, December 9, 2021.
Financial insecurity and right-wing beliefs drive COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among Albertans The Conversation, October 26, 2021.
We’re not all in this together: What we can learn from the pandemic response, disability, and social stratification, Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences Blog, August 24, 2021.
Canadians with disabilities are feeling left behind by pandemic policy, First Policy Response, July 7, 2021.
Partisanship fuels what people with disabilities think about COVID-19 response, The Conversation, March 9, 2021.
COVID-19 affects the mental health of those already most vulnerable in society, Toronto Star, March 1, 2021
Do Canadians trust where they get their news about the COVID-19 pandemic? The Toronto Star, December 7, 2020.
COVID-19: Financial future grim for Canadians with disabilities, health conditions. The Conversation, August 9, 2020
Canadians with disabilities face an uncertain financial future. The Conversation, March 11, 2020
How Disability Compounds Economic Insecurity for Already Marginalized Groups. LSE USAPP Blog, August 15, 2019
The Costs of Raising Children and the Consequences for Parental Wealth. Work in Progress Blog, July 3, 2019
Why Employment isn’t a Good Indicator of Economic Wellbeing. Work in Progress Blog, May 5, 2019.
Millennial Buying Trends. Alberta Real Estate Association Podcast, March 18, 2019
Accumulating Disadvantage and Its Consequences. Gender & Society Blog, February 14, 2019.
Disability and Cumulative Economic Disadvantage. The Society Pages, November 16, 2018
Consider This: The Important Distinctions between Stratification and Inequality. University of Alberta, The Quad, October 19, 2017
Hillary Clinton’s America: “The America I Know and Love.” The Huffington Post, October 17, 2016
Hands-on certificate program helps students find solutions to real-world problems. University of Alberta Folio, August 10, 2020.
Canada’s resilience through COVID-19 hinges on how we treat our most vulnerable, say experts. University of Alberta Folio, April 9, 2020
Young Adults Still Living at Home Draining Parents’ Retirement Fund. CBC News, January 25, 2018
How Much are Adult Children Costing Parents by Living at Home? Global News, January 30, 2018
Has The ADA Broken Its Economic Promises To People With Disabilities? FiveThirtyEight.com, August 24, 2015