Social Statistics in Action: A Canadian Introduction
Authors: Andrea M. Noack
Using social issue examples and Canadian data throughout, this engaging introduction to social statistics guides students step-by-step through statistical analysis with plenty of opportunities to practice and apply concepts. Social Statistics in Action will not only show students how statistics can be used as a tool for investigating social issues and inequalities, but will also prepare them to conduct their own analyses.
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Leah F. Vosko, John Grund, Rebecca Casey, Andrea M. Noack, and Mark P. Thomas (2018).
A tattered quilt: Exemptions and special rules under Ontario's Employment Standards Act
Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal
Leah F. Vosko, Andrea M. Noack, and Mark P. Thomas (2016).
How far does the Employment Standards Act, 2000 extend and what are the gaps in coverage? An empirical analysis of archival and statistical data
Norene Pupo and Andrea M. Noack (2014).
Organizing local messengers: Working conditions and barriers to unionization
Canadian Journal of Sociology , 331-356
Leah F. Vosko, Guliz Akkaymak, Rebecca Casey, Shelley Condratto, John Grundy, Alan Hall, Alice Hoe, Kiran Mirchandani, Andrea M. Noack, Urvashi Soni-Sinha, Mercedes Steedman, Mark P. Thomas, Eric M. Tucker, Nick Clark, Dalia Gesualdi-Fecteau, Tess Hardy, John Howe, Guylaine Vallée, and David Weil (2020).
Closing the Enforcement Gap: Improving Employment Standards Protections for People in Precarious Jobs
Mark P. Thomas, Leah F. Vosko, Eric Tucker, Mercedes Steedman, Andrea M. Noack, John Grundy, Mary Gellatly, and Lisa Leinveer (2019).
The employment standards enforcement gap and the overtime pay exemption in Ontario
Labour / Le Travail , 25-51