FIMS Publications

 

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. They encompass media studies, popular music and culture, journalism, health information sciences, and library and information science.

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Submissions from 2022

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Towards a Critical Turn in Library UX, Alison Hicks, Karen P. Nicholson, and Maura Seale

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Digital Media Use and Social Inclusion: A Case Study of East York Older Adults, Anabel Quan-Haase, Molly-Gloria Harper, and Alice Hwang

Submissions from 2021

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Global Technological Trend in Academic Libraries, Oluwabunmi Dorcas Bakare Dr and Babajide Mike Bakare Dr

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Decolonizing & Indigenizing LIS, Heather Hill, Marni Harrington, Paulette Rothbauer, and Danica Pawlick Potts

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Public Health Agencies Outreach through Instagram during COVID-19 Pandemic: Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication Perspective, Aqdas Malik, Laeeq M. Khan, and Anabel Quan-Haase

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Spatial Thinking, Gender And Immaterial Affective Labour In The Post-Fordist Academic Library, Karen P. Nicholson

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"The Smoke Signals Radio Show Archive Project: An Introduction, Paulette Rothbauer, Amy Hadley, Marni Harrington, Heather Hill, Serena Mendizabal, Danica Pawlick Potts, Dan Smoke, and Mary Lou Smoke

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Reading Times: Exploring the temporalities of reading, Paulette Rothbauer and Lucia Cederia Serantes

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“I actually got my first job through my ex-colleague”: Employment-related information seeking behavior of Bangladeshi immigrants in Canada, Nafiz Zaman Shuva

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Internet, Social Media, and Settlement: A Study on Bangladeshi Immigrants in Canada / Internet, médias sociaux, et établissement : une étude des immigrants bangladais au Canada, Nafiz Zaman Shuva

Submissions from 2020

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Politics and porn: how news media characterizes problems presented by deepfakes, Critical Studies in Media Communication, Chandell E. Gosse and Jacquelyn Burkell

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Older Adults and Information and Communication Technologies in the Global North, Molly-Gloria R. Harper, Barry Wellman, and Anabel Quan-Haase

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“This is Really Interesting. I Never Even Thought About This.” Methodological Strategies for Studying Invisible Information Work., Pam McKenzie and Nicole K. Dalmer

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The Sociological Imagination in Studies of Communication, Information Technologies, and Media: CITAMS as an Invisible College, Anabel Quan-Haase, Molly-Gloria Harper, and Shelley Boulianne

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Appendix A: Interview guide with privacy-related questions (full version), Anabel Quan-Haase and Dennis Ho

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Information experiences of Bangladeshi immigrants in Canada, Nafiz Zaman Shuva

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Wearing Multiple Reflexive Hats: The Ethical Complexities of Media-Oriented Community Engaged Learning, Sandra Smeltzer

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Situating Wikipedia as a health information resource in various contexts: A scoping review, Denise Smith

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The Networked Question in the Digital Era: How Do Networked, Bounded, and Limited Individuals Connect at Different Stages in the Life Course?, Barry Wellman, Anabel Quan-Haase, and Molly-Gloria R. Harper

Submissions from 2019

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Nothing new here: Emphasizing the social and cultural context of deepfakes, Jacquelyn A. Burkell and Chandell E. Gosse

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Noticing the Unnoticed: Lines of Work in Everyday Life Information Practices, Nicole Dalmer and Pam McKenzie

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Building and Maintaining LGBTQ+ Picture Book Collections, Alissa Droog, Danielle Bettridge, Alyssa R. Martin, and Ashleigh Yates-MacKay

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Roll for Initiative: A Player’s Guide to Tabletop Role-Playing Games in Libraries, Carlie Forsythe

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Disability and Accessibility Language in Subject Headings and Social Tags, Mackenzie Johnson and Carlie Forsythe

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How do you solve a problem like the whole user? The construction of worthy and problematic users in online discussions of the public library, Pam McKenzie