Vol 16, No 2 (1991)

International Market for Television and Film

Table of Contents


Gertrude J. Robinson

Guest Editorial

Colin Hoskins, Stuart McFadyen

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor
Robert E. Babe


Foreign Ownership of Feature Film Distribution and the Canadian Film Industry
Steven Globerman
The U.S. Competitive Advantage in the Global Television Market: Is it Sustainable in the New Broadcasting Environment?
Colin Hoskins, Stuart McFadyen
National Culture: A Contradiction in Terms?
Richard Collins
The Department of Communications Under the Free Trade Regime
Edward Comor
It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time
Keith Acheson, Christopher Maule
Game Theory Models for Organizational/Public Conflict
Priscilla Murphy


On the Vitality of our Discipline- New Applications of Communications Theory: The 1990 Southam Lecture
William Leiss
Interactivity and the Popular Support for Telidon
Terrence Devon


Coercion or Persuasion?: Propaganda in Britain after 1945
K.E. Garay
Women in Mass Communications: Challenging Gender Values
Franklin Mizzi
Jolts: The TV Wasteland and the Canadian Oasis
Nikos Metallinos
Fourth Generation Evaluation
Tom Carney
Postmodernism and Its Discontents
Stuart A. Selby
The Mass Media in Canada
Helen Holmes
Analysing Everyday Explanation: A Casebook of Methods
Raymond A. Morrow
Critcizing the Media: Empirical Approaches
Graham Knight
Movies as Mass Communication
Bruce A. Austin
Family Television: Cultural Power and Domestic Leisure
Wanda Young
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