Vol 23, No 1 (1998)

Monopolies of Knowledge in the University and Society


Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial
Rowland Lorimer

Papers

The Materiality of Expression: Harold Innis' Communication Theory and the Discursive Turn in the Human Sciences
Ian Angus
First Nations Culture: Who Knows What?
Charlotte Townsend-Gault
Academic Modernization and the Decline of Higher Learning: The University Question in the Later Scholarship of Harold Innis
Philip A. Massolin
Monopolies of Knowledge in Canadian Communication Studies: The Case of Feminist Approaches: The Dallas Smythe Memorial Lecture
Gertrude J. Robinson
The University as Public Sphere
Diana Ambrozas
From Public Resource to Industry's Instrument: Reshaping the Production of Knowledge in Canada's Universities
Claire Polster
The Corporate-Linked University: From Social Project to Market Force
Janice Newson
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