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 2007

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Revisiting the four horsemen of the infopocalypse: Representations of anonymity and the Internet in Canadian newspapers, Robert Carey and Jacquelyn Burkell

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The Integrated News Spectacle, Live 8, and the Annihilation of Time, James R. Compton and Edward Comor

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The Integrated News Spectacle, Live 8, and the Annihilation of Time, James R. Compton and Edward Comor

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Not "Of Woman Born": Fairy Tale Mothers for Postmodern Literary Children, Romayne Smith Fullerton

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Factors Influencing Identification of and Response to Intimate Partner Violence: A Survey of Physicians and Nurses, Iris Gutmanis, Charlene Beynon, Leslie Tutty, C. Nadine Wathen, and Harriet L. MacMillan

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Producing storytime: A collectivist analysis of work in a complex communicative space, Pamela J. McKenzie and Rosamund Stooke

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Communicating Health Information: The Community Engagement Model for Video Production, David Murphy, Ellen Balka, Iraj Poureslami, Diana E. Leung, Anne-Marie Nicol, and Trent Cruz

Canadian Copyright: A Citizen’s Guide, Laura J. Murray and Samuel E. Trosow

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A Critical Theory of Open Access: Libraries and Electronic Publishing, Ajit Pyati

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Re-Envisioning Libraries in the Information Society: A Critical Theory of Library Technology, Ajit Kumar Pyati

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Why are Websites co-linked? the case of Canadian universities, L. Vaughan, M.E.I. Kipp, and Y. Gao

Are co-linked business web sites really related? A link classification study, L. Vaughan, M. Kipp, and Y. Gao

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

Equal representation by search engines? A comparison of websites across countries and domains, L. Vaughan and Y. Zhang

Submissions from 2006

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‘Poster Meets Innis: Poststructuralism and the Possibility of Political Economy’, Robert Babe and Edward Comor

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Let’s Not Get Psyched Out of Privacy: Reflections on Withdrawing Consent to the Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information, Jennifer Barrigar, Jacquelyn Burkell, and Ian Kerr

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Anonymity in Behavioural Research: Not Being Unnamed, but Being Unknown, Jacquelyn Burkell

Can electronic journal usage data replace citation data as a measure of journal use? An empirical examination1, J. Duy and L. Vaughan

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"EA Spouse" and the Crisis of Video Game Labour: Enjoyment, Exclusion, Exploitation, and Exodus, Nick Dyer-Witheford and Greig S. de Peuter

Co-occurrence matrices and their applications in information science: Extending ACA to the web environment, L. Leydesdorff and L. Vaughan

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Mapping textually-mediated information practice in clinical midwifery care, Pamela J. McKenzie

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The Seeking of Baby-Feeding Information by Canadian Women Pregnant with Twins, Pamela J. McKenzie

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Critical Theory and Information Studies: A Marcusean Infusion, Ajit K. Pyati

Visualizing linguistic and cultural differences using web Co-link data, L. Vaughan

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Why are hyperlinks to business Websites created? A content analysis, L. Vaughan, Y. Gao, and M. Kipp