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Johanne Jean-Pierre

Department of Sociology

Assistant Professor

Office: Vari Hall, 2112
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 60309
Email: jjpierre@yorku.ca


Dr. Johanne Jean-Pierre Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at York University. She previously worked as an assistant professor in the School of Child and Youth Care at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University).

She conducts research projects in English and in French in the fields of sociology of education, sociology of race and ethnicity, youth studies, and research methodology. More specifically, she focuses on school and postsecondary trajectories, alternative school discipline interventions, and qualitative research. Her current research projects investigate the social-cultural dynamics that can inform promising policies and practices to work primarily with Francophone minority communities, and Black Canadian communities. She is also a co-investigator in the Empowering Next-generation Researchers In perinatal and Child Health (ENRICH) initiative. She is a co-founder of the Canadian Sociological Association Black Caucus and a co-founder of the first Canadian Sociological Association Francophone award: Prix d’excellence en sociologie de langue française de la Société canadienne de sociologie.

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Degrees

PhD Sociology, McMaster University
MA Sociologie, Université d'Ottawa

Research Interests

Education , Children and Youth, Post-secondary Education and Research, Race and Racism, Linguistic Minorities

Current Research Projects

Race, gender, sexuality and student security: The School Resource Officer (SRO) program in Canada

    Summary:

    This research focuses on four main objectives. (1) It explores the evolution of the school resource officer (SRO) program in Canada. (2) It investigates the experiences of persons with nexus to SRO programs in five Canadian cities. (3) It interrogates the organizational, institutional and contextual factors influencing divergent decisions about SRO programs within cities and across educational jurisdictions. (4) It is designed to produce empirically and theoretically informed knowledge to guide policy on school security and police presence in schools.

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    Role: Co-investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2022

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2025

    Collaborator: Dr. Temitope Oriola
    Collaborator Institution: University of Alberta
    Collaborator Role: Principal Investigator

    Funders:
    Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Grant
Empowering Next-generation Researchers In perinatal and Child Health (ENRICH)

    Summary:

    The next generation of researchers in human development, child and youth health research must be equipped to lead the creation and application of knowledge across all sectors to achieve the best reproductive, infant, child, and youth health outcomes. To address this need, we designed a unique national training and mentoring platform -Empowering Next generation Researchers In perinatal and Child Health (ENRICH). We are an interjurisdictional, interdisciplinary,intersectoral, and bilingual team of 193 experienced applicants, mentors, collaborators, partners, and patients. Building on our collective national expertise with research training, we developed strategic partnerships with 16 Canadian pediatric academic health centres and established a unified platform spanning eight Provinces and one Territory.

    https://enrichyourscience.ca/

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    Role: Co-applicant

    Collaborator: Dr. Susan Samuel
    Collaborator Institution: University of Calgary
    Collaborator Role: Principal Investigator

    Funders:
    Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Health Research Training Platform (HRTP)
A bilingual study of the institutional resources that promote persistence and academic success among first generation graduate students

    Summary:

    Drawing from organizational theory, this qualitative inquiry will examine if and how institutional resources facilitate first ­generation graduate students’ academic success and persistence and how these students negotiate the challenges and expectations of graduate programs. It will address 3 specific objectives: 1) assess the scope and nature of existing institutional resources that support first­ generation graduate students through a content analysis of 22 Ontario universities’ official policies, and grey literature about student services and programs; 2) explore how first­ generation graduate students use institutional resources and perceive their experiences as they navigate graduate school; and 3) examine how belonging to a Francophone minority community affects graduate education experiences.

    See more
    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Jul   Year: 2020

    End Date:
      Month: Jun   Year: 2023

    Funders:
    Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Development Grant
Books

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Vanessa Watts, Carl E. James, Patrizia Albanese, Xiaobei Chen, and Michael Graydon, eds. (2023). Reading Sociology: Decolonizing Canada Fourth Edition. Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.

2023

Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Jessica T. Bundy. 2023. “How advocacy strengthened African Nova Scotians’ social capital throughout their history.” Pp 360-367 in Reading Sociology: Decolonizing Canada Fourth Edition., edited by J. Jean-Pierre, V. Watts, C.E. James, P. Albanese, X. Chen, and M. Graydon. Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.

2023

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Linamar Campos-Flores. 2020. “Mental health and wellbeing among migrants in rural areas of the Global North: Evidence from the literature.” Pp. 26-39 in Mental Health and Wellbeing in Rural Regions: International perspectives, edited by Sarah-Anne Munoz and Steve F. Bain. London, UK: Routledge.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Fernando Nunes. 2015. "From integration to empowerment: multicultural education in the board of education of the city of Toronto from 1960 to 1975. " Pp. 271-288 in Revisiting Multiculturalism in Canada: Theories, Policies and Debates, edited by Shibao Guo and Lloyd Wong. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

2015

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2022. Review of the book Segregation by experience: Agency, racism, and learning in the early grades by Jennifer Keys Adair and Kiyomi Sánchez-Suzuki Colegrove. Teachers College Record, https://journals.sagepub.com/pb-assets/cmscontent/TCZ/Book%20Reviews%20Collection%202022/September%202022/segregationbyexperience-1663602478.pdf

2022

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2019. [Review of the book Educators on diversity, social justice, and schooling: A reader, by S.E. Singer & M.J. Harkins]. Canadian Journal of Education/Revue Canadienne de l’Éducation 42(1):ix-xii.

2019

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2016. [Review of the book The cultural matrix: Understanding Black youth, by O. Patterson]. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers Canadiens de Sociologie 41(1):105-108.

2016

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2015. [Review of the book Reimagining intervention in young lives: work, social assistance, and marginalization, by K.R. Foster & D.C. Spencer]. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers Canadiens de Sociologie 40(1):95-97.

2015

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2013. [Review of the book Le rôle de l’université dans le développement local: Expériences brésiliennes et québécoises, by G. Tremblay & P. Freire]. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue Canadienne de Sociologie 50(3):380-382.

2013

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2012. [Review of the book Status, power and ritual interaction: A relational reading of Durkheim, Goffman and Collin, by T.D. Kemper]. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers Canadiens de Sociologie 37(3): 346-348.

2012

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Carl E. James. 2022. Black Life, complexities, nuances, and insights. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 59(4) : 430-435.

2022

Les composantes de l’espoir critique dans les récits de parents Afro-canadiens de la Nouvelle-Écosse

2022

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Tya Collins. 2022. Penser une démarche épistémologique afro-émancipatrice en recherche qualitative par, pour et avec les communautés noires [Reflections on an Afro-Emancipatory Epistemological Approach by, for, and with Black Communities]. Recherches qualitatives 41(1): 13-34.

2022

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Alana Butler, Océane Jasor, Julius Haag, and Natalie Delia Deckard. 2022. « Symposium : Building solidarity : The founding of the Canadian Sociological Association (CSA) Black Caucus. » Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 59(4) : 544-546.

2022

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2021. How African Nova Scotians envision culturally relevant and sustaining pedagogy as civic repair. British Journal of Sociology of Education 42(8): 1153-1171.

2021

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Beverly-Jean Daniel, and Tya Collins. 2021. Presentation of the special issue regarding African Canadian educational excellence. Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation 44(1): CIi-CIxii.

2021

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Sabrin Hassan, and Asha Sturge. 2021. Enhancing the learning and teaching of public speaking skills. College Teaching (Online first).

2021

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Michelle Landry, Guillaume Durou, Audrey Rousseau, and Myriame Martineau. 2020. Annonce officielle de la création du Prix d’excellence en sociologie de langue française de la Société canadienne de sociologie. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 57(4):737-740.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Carl E. James. 2020. Beyond pain and outrage: Developing the ability to detect, understand, and address anti-Black racism in Canada. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 57(4): 708-712.

2020

Bailey, Jonathan, and Johanne Jean-Pierre. 2020. The effects of COVID-19 prevention measures on families. Child & Youth Services 41(3):219-221.

2020

Daniel, Beverly-Jean, and Johanne Jean-Pierre. 2020. Re-imagining child and youth care practice with African Canadian youth. International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies 11(2): 25-39.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Sabrin Hassan, Asha Sturge, Kiaras Gharabaghi, Megan Lewis, Jonathan Bailey, and Megan Panitch. 2020. Poised to advocate: The pedagogy of the lightning talk in child and youth care education. International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies 11(3): 108-125.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Sandrina de Finney, and Natasha Blanchet-Cohen. 2020. Introduction to special issue: An exploration of child and youth care pedagogy and curriculum. International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies 11(3):1-11.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2020. L’appartenance entrecroisée à l’héritage historique et au pluralisme contemporain chez des étudiants franco-ontariens. Linguistic Minorities and Society/Minorités linguistiques et société 13: 3-25.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Lance McCready. 2019. Introduction to the special issue : African Canadians, Gender and Sexuality/Édition spéciale: Les afro-canadiens, le genre et la sexualité. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie 44(4): 311-318.

2019

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2018. The experiences of and responses to linguicism of Franco-Ontarian and Quebec English-speaking postsecondary students. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 55(4): 510-531.

2018

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Sylvia Parris. 2018. Alternative school discipline principles and interventions: An overview of the literature. McGill Journal of Education/Revue des sciences de l’éducation de McGill, 53(3): 414-433.

2018

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2017. Le rêve inachevé d’étudier et de socialiser en français en toute sécurité linguistique: les perspectives d’étudiants franco-ontariens. Canadian Journal of Higher Education/La Revue canadienne d’enseignement supérieur 47(3): 136-151.

2017

Davies, Scott, Janice Aurini, Emily Milne, and Johanne Jean-Pierre. 2015. Les effets des programmes d’été de littératie: Les théories d’opportunités d’apprentissage et les élèves « non-traditionnels » dans les écoles de langue française en Ontario. Canadian Journal of Sociology/ Cahiers canadiens de sociologie 40(2) : 189-222.

2015

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2013. Teaching sociology of education in Canada: a comparative study of the two solitudes. International Studies in Sociology of Education 23(1): 39-55.

2013

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Fernando Nunes. 2011. Multicultural education before and after the federal multiculturalism policy: a case study of the board of education of the city of Toronto. Canadian Ethnic Studies /Études ethniques au Canada 43(1-2):153-174.

2011

Professional Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Sabrin Hassan, Jonathan Bailey, Kiaras Gharabaghi, and Asha Sturge. 2021. “The benefits of applying the lightning talk in child and youth care education.” CYC-Online (274): 9-16.

2021

Conference Proceedings

Publication
Year

Silvius, R., Campos-flores, L., Dabrowska-Miciula, E., de Lima, P., Jean-Pierre, J., Cacho, P., Sotkasiira, T., Kerrigan, N., & Bopp, T. (2018). Ethnicity, race and place nexus-understanding migrant and minority ethnic health and wellbeing in rural areas in the EU and Canada. The European Journal of Public Health 28(suppl. 1): 7-7.

2018

De Lima, P., Jean-Pierre, J., & Campos-Flores, L. (2017). Beyond utilitarianism: migrant well-being and mental health in rural areas. 27th European Society for Rural Sociology Congress Book of Abstracts: Uneven Processes of Rural Change: on Diversity, Knowledge and Justice. Krakow: The European Society for Rural Sociology.

2017

Policy Papers

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Tya Collins. 2021.“Covid-19 effect on Black communities in Quebec.” Pp. 45-51 In Impacts of COVID-19 in Racialized Communities, edited by Frances Henry et al. Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada/Société royale du Canada.

2021

Research Reports

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Jessica Bundy. 2021. Toward an alternative community-driven restorative model of school discipline. Toronto: Ryerson University. Report.

2021


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2022 AP/SOCI4055 6.0 A Everyday Life in the Metropolis: Toronto SEMR
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/SOCI3630 6.0 B Sociology of Education BLEN


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/SOCI3630 6.0 B Sociology of Education BLEN


Dr. Johanne Jean-Pierre Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at York University. She previously worked as an assistant professor in the School of Child and Youth Care at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University).

She conducts research projects in English and in French in the fields of sociology of education, sociology of race and ethnicity, youth studies, and research methodology. More specifically, she focuses on school and postsecondary trajectories, alternative school discipline interventions, and qualitative research. Her current research projects investigate the social-cultural dynamics that can inform promising policies and practices to work primarily with Francophone minority communities, and Black Canadian communities. She is also a co-investigator in the Empowering Next-generation Researchers In perinatal and Child Health (ENRICH) initiative. She is a co-founder of the Canadian Sociological Association Black Caucus and a co-founder of the first Canadian Sociological Association Francophone award: Prix d’excellence en sociologie de langue française de la Société canadienne de sociologie.

Degrees

PhD Sociology, McMaster University
MA Sociologie, Université d'Ottawa

Research Interests

Education , Children and Youth, Post-secondary Education and Research, Race and Racism, Linguistic Minorities

Current Research Projects

Race, gender, sexuality and student security: The School Resource Officer (SRO) program in Canada

    Summary:

    This research focuses on four main objectives. (1) It explores the evolution of the school resource officer (SRO) program in Canada. (2) It investigates the experiences of persons with nexus to SRO programs in five Canadian cities. (3) It interrogates the organizational, institutional and contextual factors influencing divergent decisions about SRO programs within cities and across educational jurisdictions. (4) It is designed to produce empirically and theoretically informed knowledge to guide policy on school security and police presence in schools.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Co-investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Apr   Year: 2022

    End Date:
      Month: Mar   Year: 2025

    Collaborator: Dr. Temitope Oriola
    Collaborator Institution: University of Alberta
    Collaborator Role: Principal Investigator

    Funders:
    Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Grant
Empowering Next-generation Researchers In perinatal and Child Health (ENRICH)

    Summary:

    The next generation of researchers in human development, child and youth health research must be equipped to lead the creation and application of knowledge across all sectors to achieve the best reproductive, infant, child, and youth health outcomes. To address this need, we designed a unique national training and mentoring platform -Empowering Next generation Researchers In perinatal and Child Health (ENRICH). We are an interjurisdictional, interdisciplinary,intersectoral, and bilingual team of 193 experienced applicants, mentors, collaborators, partners, and patients. Building on our collective national expertise with research training, we developed strategic partnerships with 16 Canadian pediatric academic health centres and established a unified platform spanning eight Provinces and one Territory.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Co-applicant

    Collaborator: Dr. Susan Samuel
    Collaborator Institution: University of Calgary
    Collaborator Role: Principal Investigator

    Funders:
    Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Health Research Training Platform (HRTP)
A bilingual study of the institutional resources that promote persistence and academic success among first generation graduate students

    Summary:

    Drawing from organizational theory, this qualitative inquiry will examine if and how institutional resources facilitate first ­generation graduate students’ academic success and persistence and how these students negotiate the challenges and expectations of graduate programs. It will address 3 specific objectives: 1) assess the scope and nature of existing institutional resources that support first­ generation graduate students through a content analysis of 22 Ontario universities’ official policies, and grey literature about student services and programs; 2) explore how first­ generation graduate students use institutional resources and perceive their experiences as they navigate graduate school; and 3) examine how belonging to a Francophone minority community affects graduate education experiences.

    Project Type: Funded
    Role: Principal Investigator

    Start Date:
      Month: Jul   Year: 2020

    End Date:
      Month: Jun   Year: 2023

    Funders:
    Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Development Grant

All Publications


Book Chapters

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Jessica T. Bundy. 2023. “How advocacy strengthened African Nova Scotians’ social capital throughout their history.” Pp 360-367 in Reading Sociology: Decolonizing Canada Fourth Edition., edited by J. Jean-Pierre, V. Watts, C.E. James, P. Albanese, X. Chen, and M. Graydon. Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.

2023

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Linamar Campos-Flores. 2020. “Mental health and wellbeing among migrants in rural areas of the Global North: Evidence from the literature.” Pp. 26-39 in Mental Health and Wellbeing in Rural Regions: International perspectives, edited by Sarah-Anne Munoz and Steve F. Bain. London, UK: Routledge.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Fernando Nunes. 2015. "From integration to empowerment: multicultural education in the board of education of the city of Toronto from 1960 to 1975. " Pp. 271-288 in Revisiting Multiculturalism in Canada: Theories, Policies and Debates, edited by Shibao Guo and Lloyd Wong. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

2015

Book Reviews

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2022. Review of the book Segregation by experience: Agency, racism, and learning in the early grades by Jennifer Keys Adair and Kiyomi Sánchez-Suzuki Colegrove. Teachers College Record, https://journals.sagepub.com/pb-assets/cmscontent/TCZ/Book%20Reviews%20Collection%202022/September%202022/segregationbyexperience-1663602478.pdf

2022

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2019. [Review of the book Educators on diversity, social justice, and schooling: A reader, by S.E. Singer & M.J. Harkins]. Canadian Journal of Education/Revue Canadienne de l’Éducation 42(1):ix-xii.

2019

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2016. [Review of the book The cultural matrix: Understanding Black youth, by O. Patterson]. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers Canadiens de Sociologie 41(1):105-108.

2016

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2015. [Review of the book Reimagining intervention in young lives: work, social assistance, and marginalization, by K.R. Foster & D.C. Spencer]. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers Canadiens de Sociologie 40(1):95-97.

2015

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2013. [Review of the book Le rôle de l’université dans le développement local: Expériences brésiliennes et québécoises, by G. Tremblay & P. Freire]. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue Canadienne de Sociologie 50(3):380-382.

2013

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2012. [Review of the book Status, power and ritual interaction: A relational reading of Durkheim, Goffman and Collin, by T.D. Kemper]. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers Canadiens de Sociologie 37(3): 346-348.

2012

Books

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Vanessa Watts, Carl E. James, Patrizia Albanese, Xiaobei Chen, and Michael Graydon, eds. (2023). Reading Sociology: Decolonizing Canada Fourth Edition. Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.

2023

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Carl E. James. 2022. Black Life, complexities, nuances, and insights. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 59(4) : 430-435.

2022

Les composantes de l’espoir critique dans les récits de parents Afro-canadiens de la Nouvelle-Écosse

2022

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Tya Collins. 2022. Penser une démarche épistémologique afro-émancipatrice en recherche qualitative par, pour et avec les communautés noires [Reflections on an Afro-Emancipatory Epistemological Approach by, for, and with Black Communities]. Recherches qualitatives 41(1): 13-34.

2022

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Alana Butler, Océane Jasor, Julius Haag, and Natalie Delia Deckard. 2022. « Symposium : Building solidarity : The founding of the Canadian Sociological Association (CSA) Black Caucus. » Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 59(4) : 544-546.

2022

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2021. How African Nova Scotians envision culturally relevant and sustaining pedagogy as civic repair. British Journal of Sociology of Education 42(8): 1153-1171.

2021

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Beverly-Jean Daniel, and Tya Collins. 2021. Presentation of the special issue regarding African Canadian educational excellence. Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation 44(1): CIi-CIxii.

2021

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Sabrin Hassan, and Asha Sturge. 2021. Enhancing the learning and teaching of public speaking skills. College Teaching (Online first).

2021

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Michelle Landry, Guillaume Durou, Audrey Rousseau, and Myriame Martineau. 2020. Annonce officielle de la création du Prix d’excellence en sociologie de langue française de la Société canadienne de sociologie. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 57(4):737-740.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Carl E. James. 2020. Beyond pain and outrage: Developing the ability to detect, understand, and address anti-Black racism in Canada. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 57(4): 708-712.

2020

Bailey, Jonathan, and Johanne Jean-Pierre. 2020. The effects of COVID-19 prevention measures on families. Child & Youth Services 41(3):219-221.

2020

Daniel, Beverly-Jean, and Johanne Jean-Pierre. 2020. Re-imagining child and youth care practice with African Canadian youth. International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies 11(2): 25-39.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Sabrin Hassan, Asha Sturge, Kiaras Gharabaghi, Megan Lewis, Jonathan Bailey, and Megan Panitch. 2020. Poised to advocate: The pedagogy of the lightning talk in child and youth care education. International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies 11(3): 108-125.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Sandrina de Finney, and Natasha Blanchet-Cohen. 2020. Introduction to special issue: An exploration of child and youth care pedagogy and curriculum. International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies 11(3):1-11.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2020. L’appartenance entrecroisée à l’héritage historique et au pluralisme contemporain chez des étudiants franco-ontariens. Linguistic Minorities and Society/Minorités linguistiques et société 13: 3-25.

2020

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Lance McCready. 2019. Introduction to the special issue : African Canadians, Gender and Sexuality/Édition spéciale: Les afro-canadiens, le genre et la sexualité. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie 44(4): 311-318.

2019

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2018. The experiences of and responses to linguicism of Franco-Ontarian and Quebec English-speaking postsecondary students. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 55(4): 510-531.

2018

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Sylvia Parris. 2018. Alternative school discipline principles and interventions: An overview of the literature. McGill Journal of Education/Revue des sciences de l’éducation de McGill, 53(3): 414-433.

2018

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2017. Le rêve inachevé d’étudier et de socialiser en français en toute sécurité linguistique: les perspectives d’étudiants franco-ontariens. Canadian Journal of Higher Education/La Revue canadienne d’enseignement supérieur 47(3): 136-151.

2017

Davies, Scott, Janice Aurini, Emily Milne, and Johanne Jean-Pierre. 2015. Les effets des programmes d’été de littératie: Les théories d’opportunités d’apprentissage et les élèves « non-traditionnels » dans les écoles de langue française en Ontario. Canadian Journal of Sociology/ Cahiers canadiens de sociologie 40(2) : 189-222.

2015

Jean-Pierre, Johanne. 2013. Teaching sociology of education in Canada: a comparative study of the two solitudes. International Studies in Sociology of Education 23(1): 39-55.

2013

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Fernando Nunes. 2011. Multicultural education before and after the federal multiculturalism policy: a case study of the board of education of the city of Toronto. Canadian Ethnic Studies /Études ethniques au Canada 43(1-2):153-174.

2011

Professional Journal Articles

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, Sabrin Hassan, Jonathan Bailey, Kiaras Gharabaghi, and Asha Sturge. 2021. “The benefits of applying the lightning talk in child and youth care education.” CYC-Online (274): 9-16.

2021

Conference Proceedings

Publication
Year

Silvius, R., Campos-flores, L., Dabrowska-Miciula, E., de Lima, P., Jean-Pierre, J., Cacho, P., Sotkasiira, T., Kerrigan, N., & Bopp, T. (2018). Ethnicity, race and place nexus-understanding migrant and minority ethnic health and wellbeing in rural areas in the EU and Canada. The European Journal of Public Health 28(suppl. 1): 7-7.

2018

De Lima, P., Jean-Pierre, J., & Campos-Flores, L. (2017). Beyond utilitarianism: migrant well-being and mental health in rural areas. 27th European Society for Rural Sociology Congress Book of Abstracts: Uneven Processes of Rural Change: on Diversity, Knowledge and Justice. Krakow: The European Society for Rural Sociology.

2017

Policy Papers

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Tya Collins. 2021.“Covid-19 effect on Black communities in Quebec.” Pp. 45-51 In Impacts of COVID-19 in Racialized Communities, edited by Frances Henry et al. Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada/Société royale du Canada.

2021

Research Reports

Publication
Year

Jean-Pierre, Johanne, and Jessica Bundy. 2021. Toward an alternative community-driven restorative model of school discipline. Toronto: Ryerson University. Report.

2021


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2022 AP/SOCI4055 6.0 A Everyday Life in the Metropolis: Toronto SEMR
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/SOCI3630 6.0 B Sociology of Education BLEN


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2022 AP/SOCI3630 6.0 B Sociology of Education BLEN