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


Current Issue: Numéro actuel

Volume 12 June 2013 / Juin 2013

Peer Reviewed Papers / Contributions évaluées par les pairs

  1. Defending French Canada
    Maxime Dagenais, Wilson Institute for Canadian History, McMaster University

  2. À la défense du Canada-français : Le Fantasque, la censure et le Conseil spécial du Bas Canada, 1838-1841
    Maxime Dagenais, Wilson Institute for Canadian History, McMaster University
      
  3. Note de lecture: Enjeux interculturels des médias. Altérités, transferts et violences. Sous la direction de Michèle Garneau, Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink et Walter Moser, Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa, 2011.
    Houssein Charmarkeh, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris 3
      
  4. CRCT, no longer for sale? Astral Media ruling reverses rising tide of ownership concentration
    Marc Edge, The University of the South Pacific
      
  5. The Perpetrator as Victim: The Khadr Effect and Omar Khadr
    Blair McBride, The University of Western Ontario
     
  6. Investigative Reporting: A Comparative Analysis of Elite Urdu Press of Pakistan: A case of Daily Jang and Daily Express (January - April 2012)
    Zahid Yousaf, Centre for Media and Communication Studies, University of Gujrat

Professional Reflections / Professionnel réflexions

  1. Book Review: English for International Journalists
    Peter Martyn, Humber College/University of Guelph-Humber
     
  2. Book Review: Video Journalism for the Web: A practical introduction to documentary storytelling
    Peter Martyn, Humber College/University of Guelph-Humber

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