Political scientists study elections and voting behaviour using quantitative tools and statistical analyses. In Canada, where elections are made up of 338 contests in local districts, can large-scale, national quantitative analyses really tell us what we need to know to choose who will govern us? In Cornerstone, students learn about the use of Ethnography in sociology and anthropology. Come hear Kaija talk about Political Ethnography, and how it might help us better understand Canadian politics.
Dr. Kaija Belfry Munroe is a Social Sciences Tutor and expert in Canadian Politics. She’s had a range of government posts including in the provincial legislature; the House of Commons; the Senate; and municipal government.
Location: Quest University, MPR
Cost: Free and open to the public