My PhD Thesis

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Very proud today to receive the U of Manitoba, DISTINGUISHED DISSERTATION AWARD; this only happens because of the mentorship and guidance of Dr. Sean Byrne, and the fantastic learning environment established in the Mauro Centre and University of Manitoba, but really could not have happened without my wonderful wife Barb by my side, and the sacrifices my family made for me to continue in this educational journey; what a wonderful acknowledgement though, for someone who returned to complete high school as an adult, and entered grad studies late in life. It’s never too late to pursue your passions…

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Thrilled, honoured and humbled to be nominated and selected for the:
UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA DISTINGUISHED THESIS AWARD, to be presented this fall, and to have my thesis selected among all faculties to be nominated by the University of Manitoba for the CANADIAN DISTINGUISHED DISSERTATION AWARD by the Canadian Graduate Studies Association.

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Bob Chrismas, PhD

cropped-img_1827-1_pp1-3011-2.jpgModern day slavery and the sex industry: raising the voices of survivors and collaborators while confronting sex trafficking and exploitation in Manitoba, Canada

If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants (Isaac Newton, 1676)

Abstract:

Sexual exploitation and human sex trafficking are a multi-billion-dollar international industry in which many Canadian women and children are trafficked and exploited, hurt and sometimes murdered by predators. Previous studies have often overlooked significant voices including police, political leaders and prosecutors who also work to protect sex industry survivors. This research widens the net and includes interviews with 61 experts across Manitoba, including police, First Nations and other political leaders, government and non-government service providers and sex trafficking survivors, who collectively represent over 1,000 years of experience combatting victimization in the sex industry. Through a grounded approach, this study gathers the stories…

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2 thoughts on “My PhD Thesis

  1. Congratulations, Bob! Laura

    On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 5:21 AM Be the change you want to see in the World (Mahatma Gandhi) wrote:

    > Bob Chrismas, PhD posted: “Thrilled, honoured and humbled to be nominated > and selected for the UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA DISTINGUISHED THESIS AWARD, to > be presented this fall, and to have my thesis selected among the entire > university to be nominated by the U of Manitoba for the CANAD” >

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