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 2006

Comparing business competition positions based on Web co-link data: The global market vs. the Chinese market, L. Vaughan and J. You

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Optimizing Search Strategies to Identify Randomized Controlled Trials in MEDLINE, Li Zhang, Isola Ajiferuke, and Margaret Sampson

Submissions from 2005

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Trying to Help without getting in their Faces: Public Library Staff Descriptions of Providing Consumer Health Information, C Brandi Borman and Pamela J. McKenzie

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‘‘What does this mean?’’ How Web-based consumer health information fails to support information seeking in the pursuit of informed consent for screening test decisions, Jacquelyn A. Burkell and D Grant Campbell

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“We Must Now All Be Information Professionals”: An Interview with Ron Day, Ronald E. Day and Ajit K. Pyati

Are citation data a valid measure of journal use? An empirical examination in an academic context, J. Duy and L. Vaughan

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The Political Economy of Canada's Video and Computer Game Industry, Nick Dyer-Witheford and Zena Sharman

Web hyperlink profiles of news sites: A comparison of newspapers of USA, Canada, and China, Y. Gao and L. Vaughan

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Interpretive Repertoires, Pamela J. McKenzie

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WSIS: Whose Vision of an Information Society?, Ajit K. Pyati

To the editor, D. Shaw and L. Vaughan

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Maureen Mahon, Right to Rock: The Black Rock Coalition and the Cultural Politics of Race (Review), Matt Stahl

Webometrics, M. Thelwall, L. Vaughan, and L. Björneborn

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Sui Generis Database Legislation: A Critical Analysis, Samuel E. Trosow

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The Changing Landscape of Academic Libraries and Copyright Policy: Interlibrary Loans, Electronic Reserves, and Distance Education, Samuel E. Trosow

Profile, needs, and expectations of information professionals: What we learned from the 2003 ASIST membership survey, L. Vaughan and T.B. Hahn

Web citation data for impact assessment: A comparison of four science disciplines, L. Vaughan and D. Shaw

A modeling approach to uncover hyperlink patterns: The case of Canadian universities, L. Vaughan and M. Thelwall

Mapping business competitive positions using web co-link analysis, L. Vaughan and J. You

Mining web hyperlink data for business information: The case of telecommunications equipment companies, L. Vaughan and J. You

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Leveraging Knowledge Assets: Can Law Reform Help?, Margaret Ann Wilkinson and Mark Perry

Submissions from 2004

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Health information seals of approval: What do they signify?, Jacquelyn Burkell

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What are the chances? Evaluating risk/benefit information in consumer health materials, Jacquelyn Burkell

Messages from the 2003 ASIS&T membership survey, T.B. Hahn and L. Vaughan

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A Moment Like This: American Idol and Narratives of Meritocracy, Matt Stahl