Vol 28, No 4 (2003)

Revisioning Boundaries


Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial
James Wong

Papers

Space, Time, and Communication Theory
John Durham Peters
Gender, Talk, TV, Hockey, and "Canadian Identity": Feminist Takes on "Television Rejection"
Sandra Langley
"Both of us can move mountains": Mary Quayle Innis and Her Relationship to Harold Innis' Legacy
J. David Black
Digital Media and the Public Information Environment: A Retrospective Assessment
Myles Ruggles

Research in Brief

Telework: A new mode of gendered segmentation? Results from a Study in Canada
Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay

Reviews

Bodies: Exploring Fluid Boundaries
Neil Balan
Television Studies
Paul Attallah
Journalism and the New World Order. Vol. 1: Gulf War, National News Discourses and Globalization.
Mayda Topoushian
Bridging the Digital Divide: Techonology, Community, and Public Policy
Christopher Bodnar
MediaThink
James S. McLean
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