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 2012

Web co-word analysis for business intelligence in the Chinese environment, L. Vaughan, R. Yang, and J. Tang

Submissions from 2011

Using information obtained through informetrics to address practical problems and to aid decision making: Sponsored by: ASIS&T SIG/MET, J. Bar-Ilan, J. Levitt, and K. McCain

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Effective Interventions to Facilitate the Uptake of Breast, Cervical and Colorectal Cancer Screening: An Implementation Guideline, Melissa C. Brouwers, Carol De Vito, Lavannya Bahirathan, Angela Carol, June C. Carroll, Michelle Cotterchio, Maureen Dobbins, Barbara Lent, Cheryl Levitt, Nancy Lewis, S. Elizabeth McGregor, Lawrence Paszat, Carol Rand, and Nadine Wathen

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What Implementation Interventions Increase Cancer Screening Rates? A Systematic Review, Melissa C. Brouwers, Carol De Vito, Lavannya Bahirathan, Angela Carol, June C. Carroll, Michelle Cotterchio, Maureen Dobbins, Barbara Lent, Cheryl Levitt, Nancy Lewis, S. Elizabeth McGregor, Lawrence Paszat, Carol Rand, and Nadine Wathen

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Personal Information and the Public Library: Compliance with Fair Information Practice Principles, Jacquelyn Burkell and Robert Carey

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PAPER TIGERS: RETHINKING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COPYRIGHT AND SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING, Alissa Centivany

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‘Contextualizing and Critiquing the Fantastic Prosumer: Power, Alienation and Hegemony’, Edward Comor

Media, Structures, and Power: The Robert E. Babe Collection, Edward Comor

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La parte censurada de la Historia de la Provincia de Francisco de Florencia, Jason Dyck

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Ontario public libraries, accessibility, and justice: A capability approach., Heather Hill

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Supporting Alternative Incentive Mechanisms for Digital Content: A Comparison of Canadian and US Policy, Michael B. McNally

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Putting the pieces together: Endometriosis blogs, cognitive authority, and collaborative information behavior, Diane M. Neal and Pamela J. McKenzie

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Facets of serendipity in everyday chance encounter: A grounded theory approach to blog analysis, Victoria L. Rubin, Jacquelyn Burkell, and Anabel Quan-Haase

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Talk, Trust and Time: A Longitudinal Study Evaluating Knowledge Translation and Exchange Processes for Research on Violence against Women, C. Nadine Wathen, Shannon L. Sibbald, Susan M. Jack, and Harriet L. MacMillan

Submissions from 2010

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Inquiring into the Real: A Realist Phenomenological Approach, John M. Budd, Heather Hill, and Brooke Shannon

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Digital Labour: Workers, Authors, Citizens, Jonathan Burston, Nick Dyer-Witheford, and Alison Hearn

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Digital Prosumption and Alienation, Edward Comor

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Procrustean Motherhood: The Good Mother during Depression (1930s), War (1940s), and Prosperity (1950s), Romayne Smith Fullerton and M J. Patterson

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Persistence and change in social media, Bernie Hogan and Anabel Quan-Haase

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A New Model For Semantic Photograph Description Combining Basic Levels and User-assigned Descriptors, Hyuk-Jin Lee and Diane M. Neal

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Informing Relationships: Small Talk, Informing and Relationship Building in Midwife-woman Interaction, Pamela J. McKenzie

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Informing Traces: The Social Practices of Collaborative Informing in the Midwifery Clinic, Pamela J. McKenzie

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Informing Evidence: Claimsmaking in Midwives' and Clients' Talk about Interventions, Pamela J. McKenzie and Tami Oliphant

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Emotion-Based Tags in Photographic Documents: The Interplay of Text, Image, and Social Influence / Les etiquettes basées sur des emotions dans les documents photographiques: L'interaction entre le texte, l'image et l'influence sociale, Diane M. Neal

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Understanding the Role of Information Policy in LIS Education, Ajit Pyati