Dixon, S.M., and Gawley, T. (In Print). Examining feature films as messengers of occupational health and safety: The case of ‘Only the Brave’. In J-C LeCoze and T. Reiman) Springer Briefs in Safety Management. Springer International Publishing.
Gawley, Tim and Dixon, Shane M. (2021). Trading health for work: Recognizing occupational safety and worker health in the film, American Factory. New solutions: A journal of environmental and occupational health, 31(1): 89-95.
Gawley, T. and Dixon, S.M. (2020). “Covered in coal”: An examination of occupational health, safety, illness and injury in Blood on the Mountain. New solutions: A journal of environmental and occupational health, 30(1), 169-174.
Gawley, T. (2018). Using solicited written qualitative diaries to develop conceptual understandings of sleep: Methodological reviews and insights from the accounts of university lives. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 17, 1-12.
Dixon, S.M and Gawley, T. (2017). “Crude exploration: Portraying industrial disaster in Deepwater Horizon, a film directed by Peter Berg, 2016”. New Solutions: A journal of environmental and occupational health, 27(2), 264–272
Gawley, T., & Dixon, S. (2016) “One side of the story: Examining newspaper coverage of workplace injury and fatality in Ontario, 2007-2012”. Work: A journal of prevention, assessment & rehabilitation. 53(1): 205-18
HS402: Community Health Practicum
HS401: Current Developments in Health Studies
HS325: Qualitative Methods in Health Research
HS321: Health Program Evaluation
HS211: Occupational Health and Safety
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