Canadian Journal of Media Studies / Revue Canadienne d’Études Médiatiques


Volume 2, Issue 1: April 2007 / avril 2007

Peer Reviewed Papers/Contributions critiqué par les Pairs

  1. La perception du souverainisme québécois dans le Globe and Mail dix ans après le référendum de 1995: du syndrome post-traumatique au repli légaliste
    Sylvie Lacombe, Université Laval
     
  2. ‘Insiders Say’: The Use of Unnamed Sources in the Globe and Mail
    Denise Rudnicki, Carleton University
     
  3. Convergence and the “Black News Hole”: Canadian Newspaper Coverage of the 2003 Lincoln Report
    Marc Edge, Thompson Rivers University
     
  4. A Unique Career in Canadian Journalism: William R. Plewman of the Toronto Daily Star
    Michael Dupuis, Independent Scholar
     
  5. U.S. Media Framing of Foreign Countries Image: An Analytical Perspective
    Noshina Saleem, University of Punjab, Pakistan

Professional Considerations/Considerations des Professionels

  1. Family vs. Corporate Ownership: The London Free Press During and After the Blackburns
    Romayne Smith Fullerton and Mary Doyle,
    The University of Western Ontario
Photo: North Campus Building at The University of Western Ontario. Home of the Faculty of Information & Media Studies.
North Campus Building at
The University of Western Ontario
Home of the Faculty of Information & Media Studies

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