The research in Information and Media Studies Publications covers a range of subjects pertaining to information and knowledge and the ways they move through and shape society. The department covers media studies, popular music and culture, journalism, health information sciences, and library and information science.

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Submissions from 2018

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Equality at Stake: Connecting the Privacy/Vulnerability Cycle to the Debate about Publicly Accessible Online Court Records, Jacquelyn A. Burkell and Jane Bailey

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Are "Stress Busters" the Solution? Teaching Wellness at the Academic Library, Emily Carlisle

"I'm Not Evil. I'm Chaotic Neutral!": On the Classification of Internet Trolls, Yimin Chen

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Add Info and Stir’: An Institutional Ethnographic Scoping Review of Family Care-Givers’ Information Work, Nicole K. Dalmer

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Information World Mapping to Explicate the Information- Care Relationship in Dementia Care, Nicole K. Dalmer

Submissions from 2017

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Mapping Metroid: Narrative, Space, and Other M, Luke Arnott

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Revisiting the Open Court Principle in an Era of Online Publication: Questioning Presumptive Public Access to Parties’ and Witnesses’ Personal Information, Jane Bailey and Jacquelyn Burkell

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Data-Driven Public Diplomacy: A Critical and Reflexive Assessment, Hamilton Bean and Edward Comor

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The Dark History of HathiTrust, Alissa Centivany

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Technological Fetishism and US Foreign Policy: The Mediating Role of Digital ICTs, Edward Comor

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Ubiquitous Media and Monopolies of Knowledge: The Approach of Harold Innis, Edward Comor

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Mind the Gap: Towards the Integration of Critical Gerontology in Public Library Praxis, Nicole K. Dalmer

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Questioning reliability assessments of health information on social media, Nicole K. Dalmer

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Institutional Ethnography: A Sociology for Librarianship, Nicole K. Dalmer, Roz Stooke, and Pamela J. McKenzie

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Integrated knowledge translation: digging deeper, moving forward, Anita Kothari and C. Nadine Wathen

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STAK – Serendipitous tool for augmenting knowledge: A conceptual tool for bridging digital and physical resources, Kim Martin, Brian Greenspan, and Anabel Quan-Haase

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“A Process of Controlled Serendipity”: An Exploratory Study of Historians’ and Digital Historians’ Experiences of Serendipity in Digital Environments, K Martin and Anabel Quan-Haase

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Crowdsourcing Law and Policy: A Design-Thinking Approach to Crowd-Civic Systems, Brian McInnis, Alissa Centivany, Juho Kim, Marta Pobet, Karen Levy, and Gilly Leshed

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Adoptability and acceptability of peace journalism among Afghan photojournalists: Lessons for peace journalism training in conflict-affected countries, Saumava Mitra

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DH and the Digital Archive, Cal Murgu

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‘Innocence is as Innocence Does’: Anglo-Irish Politics, Masculinity and the De Cobain Gross Indecency Scandal, 1891-3, Cal Murgu

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Introduction, Karen Nicholson and Maura Seale

A webometric analysis of the online vaccination debate, A. Ninkov and L. Vaughan

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Visual Research in LIS: Complementary and Alternative Methods, Angela Pollak

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Contemplation as Educational Activism within Communication, Ajit Pyati