Vol 43, No 2 (2018)

Hockey Night and Other Canadian Myths

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Canadian Myths on Ice photomontage by designer Brian Hydesmith.

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Hockey Night and Other Canadian Myths
Michael Dorland


An Inquiry into the Political Economy of Hockey Night in Canada: Critically Assessing Issues of Ownership, Advertising, and Gendered Audiences
Ryan J. Phillips
Popular Music and Canadian National Identity
John Richard Pattinson
Public’s Perception of Political Parties during the 2014 Quebec Election on Twitter
William Sanger, Thierry Warin
Impacts of Authority and Unanimity on Social Conformity in On-line Chats
Yanick Farmer, Mehlia Bissière, Amina Benkirane
The Power of Myths and Storytelling in Nation Building: The Campaign for the Independence of Catalonia from Spain (2012-2015)
Cesar Garcia
Without a Paddle: Schitt’s Creek, Canadian Television, and the Return to Community Values in Uncertain Times
Stephanie Patrick
Spiral and Vortex: Robert Smithson and the Cinematic Spaces of Wyndham Lewis and Marshall McLuhan
Adam Lauder
Revisiting the Privacy Paradox on Social Media: An Analysis of Privacy Practices Associated with Facebook and Twitter
Mary Jane Kwok Choon


The Ethics of Care: Moral Knowledge, Communication, and the Art of Caregiving
Yukari Seko, Penelope Ironstone
Remembering Vancouver’s Disappeared Women: Settler Colonialism and the Difficulty of Inheritance
Gordon Alley-Young
The News we Deserve: The Transformation of Canada's Media Landscape
Steven James May
Policing and Social Media: Social Control in an Era of New Media
Christopher D. O'Connor
Battles to Bridges: U.S. Strategic Communication and Public Diplomacy after 9/11
Maryam Bourghani Farahani
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