Kenedy, Robert A.

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Kenedy, Robert A.

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Robert A. Kenedy is a sociologist and sociology professor at York University where he also completed his B.A. (1986), M.A. (1988) and his PhD (1995). He has been studying social movements and social movement theory since 1984 with much of his research focussing on activists and collective identity, as well as ethnic communities and identity formation. He has conducted graduate research into the men's rights movement in general, and into 'Fathers for Justice' in particular, and is the author of 'Fathers for Justice: The Rise of a New Social Movement in Canada as a Case Study of Collective Identity Formation.' Professor Kenedy also attended conferences of the National Orientation Directors Association as a representative of York University.


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