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 2020

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

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

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

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Transitions and Social Interactions: Making Sense of Self and Situation through Engagement with Others, Pam McKenzie and Rebekah Willson

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"Being in Time": New Public Management, Academic Librarians, and the Temporal Labor of Pink-Collar Public Service Work, Karen P. Nicholson

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Multilingual Information Access (MLIA) Tools on Google and WorldCat: Bi/Multilingual University Students’ Experience and Perceptions, P. Nzomo, Liwen Vaughan, Isola Ajiferuke, and Pam McKenzie

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A News Verification Browser for the Detection of Clickbait, Satire, and Falsified News, Victoria Rubin, Chris Brogly, Nadia Conroy, Yimin Chen, Sarah E. Cornwell, and Toluwase V. Asubiaro

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Educators' Perceptions of Information Literacy and Skills Required to Spot ‘Fake News’, Victoria Rubin and Nicole Delellis

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Terrorism and its legal aftermath: The limits on freedom of expression in Canada’s Anti-terrorism Act & National Security Act, Percy Sherwood

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

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Communicating with Library Patrons and People with Dementia: Tracing an Ethic of Care in Professional Communication Guidelines, Nicole K. Dalmer and D Grant Campbell

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La Florida in the Creole Imaginary: The Frontier of New Spain in Francisco de Florencia’s Historia de la Provincia (1694), Jason Dyck

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On the Space/Time of Information Literacy, Higher Education, and the Global Knowledge Economy, Karen Patricia Nicholson

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Kesha vs. Dr. Luke, Particularism vs. Abstraction: The Atavistic Politics of Occupational Music Making, Matt Stahl

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Music's role in political-economic transformation: Demolishing diversity in the Anglo-American world of work, Matt Stahl