Vol 41, No 2 (2016)

The Rashomon Effect and Communication Studies

Cover Page

Rashmonon publicity photo of the samurai, his wife, and the bandit, taken during filmmaking by the Daiei Company, 1950. Kodakawa Corporation. (Used under the “fair dealing” provision in Canada.)

Table of Contents


Michael Dorland


The Rashomon Effect and Communication
Robert Anderson
The Revolution Might Be Tweeted but the Founding Will Not Be: Arendt and Innis on Time, Authority, and Appearance
Catherine Frost
Networks, Genres, and Complex Wholes: Citizen Science and How We Act Together through Typified Text
Ashley Rose Kelly, Kate Maddalena
Pornographie, nouveaux médias et intimité normative dans les discours sur l’hypersexualisation des jeunes
Élisabeth Mercier
L’industrie canadienne de la télévision face au développement du multi-écrans
Fanny-Ève Tapp, Pierre C. Bélanger


Instrumentalization of Ethnic Media
Sherry Yu


Wilbur Schramm and Noam Chomsky Meet Harold Innis: Media, Power and Democracy
Robin Mansell
Žižek and Media Studies: A Reader
Sean Rupka
Teaching Communication Activism: Communication Education for Social Justice
Monica Anne Batac
Engaging the Other: Public Policy and Western-Muslim Intersections
Catherine Murray
Small Among Giants: Television Broadcasting in Smaller Countries
Emilia Zboralska
Sciences, technologies et sociétés de A à Z
Olivier Bélanger
In the Meantime: Temporality and Cultural Politics
Harry Archer
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