Mediascapes : new patterns in Canadian communication /
edited by Leslie Regan Shade.
3rd ed.
Toronto : Nelson Education, c2010.
ix, 433 p. ; 24 cm.
0176500359, 9780176500351
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Toronto : Nelson Education, c2010.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Institutional History and Theoretical Approaches to Canadian Communication Studies
Considering Critical Communication Studies in Canada
Postcolonialism and Communication Studies
Beyond The "F" Word: A Constellation of Feminist Concepts for Media Researchers
Canadian Cultural Policy in the Age of Media Abundance: Old Challenges, New Technologies
Audiences and The Cultural Marketplace in Canada's Mediascape
Audience-Making: Issues in Canadian Audience
Advertising in Canada
Surviving the Slings and Arrows of Canadian Television: A Case Study of Success
Making a Mockery of Canadian Cinema: Interpreting the Rise of Mock-Documentary
Selling Youth: Youth Media and the Marketplace
Gold for Whom: Canadian Sports, Mega-Events, and the 2010 Olympics
Blue Froot Loops, Giggling Dough-Boys, and the Smell of Beer: Why the Senses Matter
Media Ownership and Public Dialogue in Canada's Mediascape
The Cultures of Democracy: How Ownership and Public Participation Shape Canada's Media Systems
Minding The Growing Gaps: Alternative Media in Canada
Canadian First Peoples' Mediascapes: A Snapshot with Three Corners
The National-Global Nexus of Ethnic and Diasporic Media
Race(Ing) the Nation: Media and Minorities
Smog and Mirrors: Climate Change and the Janus Face of Public Relations
The Canadian New Media Mediascape
What is "New Media", Anyway?
Internet Governance: What a Long and Not so Strange Trip It's Been
Privacy in a Networked Environment
Balance or Betrayal? Copyright Reform and the Right to Culture in the Digital Age
Mobiles and Mobilities
Glossary of Terms
Copyright Acknowledgments
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