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Dr. Charles Quist-Adade is Sociology professor and Chair of the Sociology Department at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. His research and teaching interests are: Social justice, Globalization and Development, Racialization and Ethnicity and Media and Society, and Social Theory. His other areas of teaching and research interest revolve around Global South issues and religion.
Dr. Charles Quist-Adade has a curiosity and passion for research that is not limited by international borders. Dr. Quist-Adade’s projects include an exploration of African-Russian communities in post-communist Russia and research into teenage sexual and reproductive behaviour in eastern Ghana, Africa. His international research and teaching experience are an inspiration for students and faculty alike.