Vol 21, No 2 (1996)

Economics, Communication, and Worldview


Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial
Rowland Lorimer

Guest Editorial

Introduction
Robert E. Babe

Papers

Economics and Information: Toward a New (and More Sustainable) Worldview
Robert E. Babe
Art in the Information Economy
Sandra Braman
Status of the Artist or of Arts Organizations?: A Brief Discussion on the Canadian Status of the Artist Act
Danielle Cliche
The Telecommunications Equipment Market: Globalization or Selective Regionalization
Andrea Martinez
Negotiating International Communications: Structure and Infrastructure
Paula M. Murphy
Toward a Subject-Oriented Worldview of Information
Carole Groleau, James Taylor
Intellectual Property, Moral Rights, and Trading Regimes: A Publishing Perspective
Rowland Lorimer

Reviews

The Global Political Economy of Communication
Mike Gasher
Cybersociety: Computer-Mediated Communication and Community
Leslie Regan Shade
Data Trash: The Theory of the Virtual Class
Leslie Regan Shade
Visual "Literacy": Image, Minds, and Reality
James M. Linton
Objectivity and Its Other
Graham Knight
More Perishable than Lettuce or Tomatoes:: Labour Law Reform and Toronto's Newspapers
James Winter
Small Media, Big Revolution: Communication, Culture, and the Iranian Revolution
Firoozeh Radjai Bokharai
Unthinking Modernity:: Innis, McLuhan, and the Frankfurt School
David Lyon
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