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 2017

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Motivations for Sharing News on Social Media, Lorraine (Lola) Y.C. Wong and Jacquelyn Burkell

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Research Data Management: A Library Practitioner’s Perspective, Siu Hong Yu

Submissions from 2016

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Epic and Genre: Beyond the Boundaries of Media, Luke Arnott

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Remembering Me: Big Data, Individual Identity, and the Psychological Necessity of Forgetting, Jacquelyn A. Burkell

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Display and Control in Online Social Spaces: Toward a Typology of Users, Jacquelyn A. Burkell and Alexandre Fortier

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The Paradox of Privacy: Revisiting a Core Library Value in an Age of Big Data and Linked Data, Grant D. Campbell and Scott Cowan

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Tween Girls, Sexuality and the Biopolitics of HPV Vaccination in English-speaking Canadian Magazines., Laura Cayen, Jessica Polzer, and Susan Knabe

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Policy as Embedded Generativity: A Case Study of the Emergence and Evolution of HathiTrust, Alissa Centivany

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Values, Ethics and Participatory Policymaking in Online Communities, Alissa Centivany

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“Popcorn Tastes Good”: Participatory Policymaking and Reddit’s “AMAgeddon”, Alissa Centivany and Bobby Glushko

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Illusions of a ‘Bond’: Tagging Cultural Products across Online Platforms, Nadine Desrochers, Audrey Laplante, Anabel Quan-Haase, Kim Martin, and Louise Spiteri

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Review of Ana E. Schaposchnik, The Lima Inquisition: The Plight of Crypto-Jews in Seventeenth-Century Peru, Jason Dyck

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Review of Ann Twinam, Purchasing Whiteness: Pardos, Mulattos, and the Quest for Social Mobility in the Spanish Indies, Jason Dyck

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Knowledge Translation in Agriculture: A Literature Review / L'application des connaissances dans le secteur agricole: une revue de la littérature, Isioma N. Elueze

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Rob Ford, Romayne Smith Fullerton

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“Telling Tales In the Shadow of Giants: Canada, Ireland, and the Ethics of Crime Coverage.”, Romayne Smith Fullerton and M J. Patterson

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Rural Men’s Health, Health Information Seeking, and Gender Identities: A Conceptual Theoretical Review of the Literature, Bradley C. Hiebert, Beverly Leipert, Sandra Regan, and Jacquelyn A. Burkell

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Heroes for the helpless: A critical discourse analysis of Canadian national print media’s coverage of the food insecurity crisis in Nunavut, Bradley Hiebert and Elaine Power

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Boundary Objects in Information Science, Isto Huvila, Theresa Dirndorfer Anderson, Eva Jansen, Pam McKenzie, and Adam Worrall

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A Model of Social Media Engagement: User Profiles, Gratifications, and Experiences, Lori McCay-Peet and Anabel Quan-Haase

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Writing and reading the results: the reporting of research rigour tactics in information behaviour research as evident in the published proceedings of the biennial ISIC conferences, 1996 – 2014, Lynne EF McKechnie, Roger Chabot, Nicole K. Dalmer, Heidi Julien, and Cass Mabbott

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Display-through-Foregrounding by Photojournalists as Self-Reflexivity in Photojournalism: Two Case Studies of Accidental Peace Photojournalism, Saumava Mitra

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“Taking back” information literacy: Time and the one-shot in the neoliberal university, Karen P. Nicholson

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Through Google-Colored Glass(es): Design, Emotion, Class, and Wearables as Commodity and Control, Safiya Umoja Noble and Sarah T. Roberts

Multilingual Information Retrieval & Use: Perceptions and Practices Amongst Bi/Multilingual Academic Users, P. Nzomo, I. Ajiferuke, and L. Vaughan