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Bonner, Kieran (Martin)

BONNER, Kieran (Martin)

BONNER, Kieran (Martin). Irish/Canadian, b. 1951. Genres: Sociology. Career: Augustana University College, Camrose, Alberta, assistant professor, 1987-93, associate professor, 1993-99, professor of sociology, 1999, chairperson of Division of Interdisciplinary Studies and International Programs, 1997-99, founding member of Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in the Liberal Arts, 1990-97; University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, professor of sociology, 1999-, vice-president and academic dean of St. Jerome's University, 1999-2003. Teacher of extension courses for public schools in Toronto, Ontario, 1986; York University, visiting professor, 1987; Kings College, Edmonton, Alberta, visiting assistant professor, 1988; National University of Ireland, University College, Galway, visiting fellow in the humanities, 1994; University of Alberta, adjunct professor, 1999-2003; University of Queensland, associate doctoral supervisor, 1999; guest lecturer at educational institutions; public speaker at local churches, organizations, and libraries. Publications: A Great Place to Raise Kids: Interpretation, Science, and the UrbanRural Debate, 1997; Power and Parenting: A Hermeneutic of the Human Condition, 1998. Contributor of articles and reviews to academic journals. Address: Department of Sociology, St. Jerome's University, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada N2L 3G3.

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