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 2003

Usage data for electronic resources: A comparison between locally collected and vendor-provided statistics, J. Duy and L. Vaughan

Corporeal Resistance/Corporeal Reconciliation: Body and Language in Kiss of the Fur Queen, Susan Knabe

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Connecting with Information Sources: How Accounts of Information Seeking Take Discursive Action, Pamela J. McKenzie

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Randomized Controlled Trials in Pediatric Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Where Can They Be Found?, Margaret Sampson, Kaitryn Campbell, Isola Ajiferuke, and David Moher

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A Moment Like This: American ldol's Narratives of Social Mobility in the 'New' New Economy, Matt Stahl

Golden Ear, Iron Fist: Don Kirshner and Labor Relations in The Monkees and The Archies, Matt Stahl

'We Draw for Money': Specificities of Creative Work in Cultural Production, Matt Stahl

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Which academic subjects have most online impact? A pilot study and a new classification process, M. Thelwall, L. Vaughan, and V. Cothey

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Fast-Track Trade Authority and the Free Trade Agreements: Implications for Copyright Law, Samuel E. Trosow

Bibliographic and Web Citations: What Is the Difference?, L. Vaughan and D. Shaw

Scholarly use of the web: What are the key inducers of links to journal web sites?, L. Vaughan and M. Thelwall

Sharing and accessing internet resources across barriers of nation, language, and collection, L. Vaughan, M. Thelwall, and S. He

Submissions from 2002

Newspaper coverage of SARS: A comparison among Canada, Hong Kong, Mainland China and Western Europe, L.C.Y. Chan, B. Jin, and R. Rousseau

Viral Migrations: Fairy Tales of Family and Nation, Death and Disease, Susan Knabe

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The Public Place of Central Libraries: Findings from Toronto and Vancouver, Gloria J. Leckie and Jeffrey Hopkins

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Assessing the Quality of Reports of Randomized Trials in Pediatric Complementary and Alternative Medicine, David Moher, Margaret Sampson, Kaitryn Campbell, William Beckner, Leah Lepage, Isabelle Gaboury, and Brian Berman

Authorship Struggles in a Mediated Oral Tradition: The Boy Band, Matt Stahl

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Culture Industry Taylorism and Pop Bands on TV, Matt Stahl

To Hell with Heteronomy: From Rock Scene to Community, Matt Stahl

Relationship between links to journal Web sites and impact factors, L. Vaughan and K. Hysen

Web link counts correlate with ISI Impact Factors: Evidence from two Disciplines, L. Vaughan and M. Thelwall

Submissions from 2001

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HAROLD INNIS AND 'THE BIAS OF COMMUNICATION', Edward Comor

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Harold Innis and the Bias of Communication, Edward Comor

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The Role of Communication in Global Civil Society: Forces, Processes, Prospects, Edward Comor

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The Role of Communication in Global Civil Society: Forces, Processes, Prospects, Edward Comor