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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Events from 2009

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Mobile Audience Commodities? Situating the Convergence of Work and Play in the Era of Ubiquitous Connectivity, Vincent Manzerolle

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Informing Choice: The Organization of Institutional Interaction in Clinical Midwifery Care, Pamela J. McKenzie

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Content Management Systems and the Degradation of Intellectual Work in the 21st Century, Michael McNally

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It Takes a Village to Raise a Tent: A Case Study in Pitching the Academic Library to Incoming Undergraduate Students, Melanie Mills and Marisa Mitchell

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A New Vision for Library Workers in the Global South?: A View from India, Ajit Pyati

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Public Library Revitalization in India: Hopes, Challenges, and New Visions, Ajit K. Pyati

Financial distress of U.S. Banking industry viewed through web data, E. Romero-Frías and L. Vaughan

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EXPLORING THE PLACELESSNESS OF READING AMONG OLDER TEENS IN A CANADIAN RURAL MUNICIPALITY, Paulette Rothbauer

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Privilege and Distinction in Production Worlds: Copyright, Collective Bargaining, and Working Conditions in Media Making, Matt Stahl

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Copyright Consultations Submission, Samuel E. Trosow

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The Copyright Policy Paradox: Overcoming Competing Agendas within the Digital Labour Movement, Samuel E. Trosow

Constructing business profiles based on keyword patterns on websites, L. Vaughan, J. Du, and J. Tang

Examining the robustness of web co-link analysis, L. Vaughan, J. Tang, and J. Du

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Keyword enhanced web structure mining for business intelligence, L. Vaughan and J. You

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Are Clinicians Being Prepared to Care for Abused Women? A Survey of Health Professional Education in Ontario, Canada, C. Nadine Wathen, Masako Tanaka, Cristina Catallo, Adrianne C. Lebner, M. Kinneret Friedman, Mark D. Hanson, Clare Freeman, Susan M. Jack, Ellen Jamieson, Harriet L. MacMillan, and McMaster IPV Education Research Team

Submissions from 2008

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Consumption and the Globalization Project: International Hegemony and the Annihilation of Time, Edward Comor

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’Killing’ the true story of First Nations: The Ethics of Constructing a Culture Apart, Romayne Smith Fullerton and M J. Patterson

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Introduction: Mundane Science Fiction, Harm and Healing the World, Susan Knabe and Wendy Gay Pearson

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The Experiential Health Information Processing Model: Supporting Collaborative Web-based Patient Education, Laura A. O'Grady, Holly Witteman, and C. Nadine Wathen

Publication and citation patterns among LIS faculty: Profiling a "typical professor", D. Shaw and L. Vaughan

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Biotechnology, the Environment, and Alternative Media in Malaysia, Sandra Smeltzer

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Sex and drugs and bait and switch: Rockumentary and the new model worker, Matt Stahl

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Negative Social Experiences of University and College Students, Paul Tremblay, Roma Harris, Helene Berman, Barb MacQuarrie, Gail Hutchinson, Mary Ann Smith, Susan Braley, Jennifer Jelley, and Kristen Dearlove

A new look at evidence of scholarly citation in citation indexes and from web sources, L. Vaughan and D. Shaw

Content assisted web co-link analysis for competitive intelligence, L. Vaughan and J. You