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. The department covers media studies, popular music and culture, journalism, health information sciences, and library and information science.

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Submissions from 2014

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The quest for effective interdisciplinary graduate supervision: A critical narrative analysis, Kathryn Hibbert, Lorelei Lingard, Meredith Vanstone, Elizabeth Anne Kinsella, Pam McKenzie, Allan Pitman, and Tim D. Wilson

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Beyond obscenity: An analysis of sexual discourse in LIS educational texts, Heather Hill and Marni Harrington

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Beyond Obscenity: an analysis of sexual discourse in LIS educational texts., Heather Hill and Marni R. Harrington

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Veracity Roadmap: Is Big Data Objective, Truthful and Credible?, Tatiana Lukoianova and Victoria L. Rubin

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Changing Chance Encounters: Historians, Serendipity, and the Digital Text, Kim Martin and Anabel Quan-Haase

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Information creation and the ideological code of “keeping track”, Pamela J. McKenzie, Elisabeth Davies, and Sherilyn Williams

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Borrowed voices -- conversational storytelling in midwifery healthcare visits., Pamela J. McKenzie and Phillippa Spoel

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Indie media and digital community collaborations in public libraries, Jen Pecoskie and Heather Hill

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Not All on the Same Page: E-Book Adoption and Technology Exploration by Seniors, Anabel Quan-Haase, Kim Martin, and Kathleen Schreurs

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Pragmatic and Cultural Considerations for Deception Detection in Asian Languages, Victoria L. Rubin

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Truth and Deception at the Rhetorical Structure Level, Victoria L. Rubin and Tatiana Lukoianova

Discovering business information from search engine query data, L. Vaughan

Web search volume as a predictor of academic fame: An exploration of google trends, L. Vaughan and E. Romero-Frías

Firm web visibility and its business value, F. Wang and L. Vaughan

Submissions from 2013

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Access to justice for all: Towards an “expansive vision” of justice and technology., Jane Bailey, Jacquelyn A. Burkell, and Graham Reynolds

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Implementing technology in the justice sector: A Canadian perspective., J Bailey and Jacquelyn Burkell

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Hidden Surveillance on Consumer Health Information Websites, Jacquelyn A. Burkell and Alexandre Fortier

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The View From Here: User-Centered Perspectives on Social Network Privacy, Jacquelyn A. Burkell, Alexandre Fortier, Lorraine Wong, and Jennifer Lynn Simpson

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Attitudes toward reciprocity systems for organ donation and allocation for transplantation, Jacquelyn Burkell, Jennifer Chandler, and Sam D. Shemie

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Facebook: public space, or private space?, Jacquelyn Burkell, Alexandre Fortier, Lorraine Wong, and Jennifer Lynn Simpson

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Social Media Use By Ontario University Libraries: Challenges and Ethical Considerations, Gary Collins and Anabel Quan-Haase

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‘Digital Engagement: America’s Use (and Misuse) of Marshall McLuhan’, Edward Comor

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Health Literacy Promotion: Contemporary Conceptualizations and Current Implementations in Canadian Health Librarianship, Nicole K. Dalmer

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Review of Frances L. Ramos, Identity, Ritual, and Power in Colonial Puebla, Jason Dyck

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Disability and accessibility in the library and information science literature: a content analysis, Heather Hill