Associate Professor, Sociology
PhD, University of Toronto
MA, University of Toronto
BA, McGill University
Jonah Butovsky teaches quantitative methods and political sociology. He has a BA from McGill University and an MA and PhD from the University of Toronto. Professor Butovsky has published articles on Canadian political values, migrant agricultural workers in the Niagara Region, and on the presentation of survey data in the press. He is currently working on one project that examines the political potential of Canadian popular music and another that studies the effects of left-nationalism on the development of Canadian socialism. Professor Butovsky is involved in the labour movement, and is on the executive of the Niagara and District Labour Council.
Jonah Butovsky is affiliated with the Centre for Labour Studies at Brock University. He has written articles on the New Democratic Party and on Canadian political values. His current research is on migrant agricultural workers in Niagara and the representation of public opinion in the press.