Public opinion on national identity in Canada is changing. Using data from the International Social Science Programme, this essay presents evidence that most Canadians have a strong national identity rooted in universal conceptions that everyone can share, such as citizenship. Data also show, however, that a growing number of Canadians define their national identity narrowly, such as through birthplace and religion. Drawing on research from social psychology, the essay suggests that theories of Canadian identity need to take into account the fact that many Canadians have strong national identities that do not fit cleanly into the civic/ethnic theoretical dichotomy.
This meta-analysis provides indications that NP-CRNs are molecularly different from protruded CRNs. In particular, some subtypes of NP-CRNs, the depressed and LST-NG, are featured by less KRAS mutations than polypoid CRNs. Prospective, multicenter studies are needed to clarify the molecular pathways...
We study the entanglement entropy of a region of length 2L with the remainder
Of an infinite one dimensional gapless quantum system in the case where the
Region is centered on a quantum impurity. The coupling to this impurity is not
Scale invariant, and the physics involves a crossover between weak...
We present a first observational investigation
Of these anomalies across a range of conditions and transitions by carrying out
A survey of low-mass starless cores (in Taurus & Ophiuchus) and high-mass
Protostellar objects (in the G333 giant molecular cloud) using hydrogen cyanide
(HCN) J=1-0 and J=3...
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