Vol 25, No 1 (2000)

Millennium Issue


Table of Contents

Editorial

The Genesis of This Issue -- Twenty-Five Years of the CJC
Rowland Lorimer

Papers

Introduction: Communications Teaching and Research--Looking Forward from 2000
Rowland Lorimer
Foundations of Canadian Communication Thought
Robert Babe
The Active Pursuit of Active Viewers: Directions in Audience Research
Debra Clarke
The Beginnings of Communication Studies in Canada: Remembering and Narrating the Past
Eugene D. Tate, Andrew Osler, Gregory Fouts, Arthur Siegel
The Beginnings of Communication Studies in Canada: Introduction
Eugene D. Tate
The Beginnings of Communication Studies in Canada: The York University Program in Mass Communication
Arthur Siegel
The Beginnings of Communication Studies in Canada: The Canadian Communication Association and the : Some Reminiscences and Trends
Gregory Fouts
The Beginnings of Communication Studies in Canada: Royal Commissions, Journalism, and Communication Studies
Andrew Osler
The Beginnings of Communication Studies in Canada: Concluding Comments: and the LaMarsh Commission
Eugene D. Tate

The 1999 Southam Lecture

Remembering Our Past: Reconstructing the Field of Canadian Communication Studies
Gertrude J. Robinson
Cultural Industries from an Economic/Business Research Perspective
Stuart McFadyen, Colin Hoskins, Adam Finn
Is There a "Canadian" Approach to the Study of Organizational Communication?
James R. Taylor
Exhausted Commodities: The Material Culture of Music
Will Straw

In Memoriam

Andrew Martin Osler: Communication Scholar, Teacher, and Author--February 17, 1938-September 13, 1999
Eugene D. Tate
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