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Rowland, W. “Institutional Hurdles to Ethical Behaviour in Media: Challenges Posed by the Modern Business Corporation’s Role in Mass Media and Its Professions.” In International Dimensions of Mass Media Research, Yorgo Pasadeos (Ed.), ATINER Publications, 2007, p. 517-529Rowland, Wade
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Skinner, David. “Historical Dimensions of Universalism at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: Some Implications for Today.” In Universalism in Public Service Media. Gothenburg, Sweden: Nordicom.Pps. 69-90Skinner, David
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2010 Skinner, David, Scott Uzelman, Andrea Langlois, and Frederic Dubois. “Independent Media Centres in Canada: Three Case Studies.” In Dorothy Kidd, Clemencia Rodriguez, and Laura Stein (Eds.). Making Our Media: Mapping Global Initiatives Toward a Democratic Public Sphere, V.1. Hampton Press. pp. 275-293.Skinner, David
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2009 Raboy, Marc and David Skinner. “Canada.” In The International Media Handbook. Hamburg, Germany: Hans Breslow Institute. pp. 315-325 (German ed.).Skinner, David
2008 Skinner, David. “Broadcasting in Canada.” In David Ward and Anthony McNicholas (Eds.). Television and Public Policy: Change and Continuity in an Era of Liberation. Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates, New Jersey. pp. 3-26.Skinner, David
2005 Skinner, David, James Compton, and Mike Gasher. “Chapter 1: Setting the Ground.” In David Skinner, James Compton, and Mike Gasher (Eds.). Converging Media, Diverging Interests: A Political Economy of News in the United States and Canada. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. pp. 7-23.Skinner, David
2005 Skinner, David, and Mike Gasher. “Chapter Two: So Much by So Few: Media Policy and Ownership in Canada.” In David Skinner, James Compton, and Mike Gasher (Eds.). Converging Media, Diverging Politics: A Political Economy of News in the United States and Canada. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. pp. 51-76.Skinner, David
2005 Skinner, David, James Compton, and Mike Gasher. “Chapter 14: Where to from here?” In David Skinner, James Compton, and Mike Gasher (Eds.). Converging Media, Diverging Interests: A Political Economy of News in the United States and Canada. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. pp. 291-303.Skinner, David
2005 Skinner, David, “Alternative Media In Canada.” In Paul Attallah and Leslie Regan Shade (Eds.). Mediascapes: New Patterns in Canadian Communication, 2nd Ed. Toronto: Thomson Nelson. pp. 213-229.Skinner, David
“The Chinese Connection: The Transnational Origins of Quebecois Circus Arts.” In Patrick Louis Leroux and Charles Batson (Eds.) Cirque Global: Quebec’s Expanding Circus Boundaries. Canada, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 202-219.Zhang, Tracy Ying
(2016, reprint) “Bending the Body for China: The Uses of Acrobatics in Sino-US Diplomacy during the Cold War.” In Katie Lavers and Peta Tait (Eds.) The Routledge Circus Studies Reader. UK: Routledge.Zhang, Tracy Ying
(2014) “Carpet Worlds: The Construction of a Commodity Hierarchy and Politics of Difference in Lhasa.” In Trine Brox and Ildiko Beller-Hann (Eds.) On the Fringes of the Harmonious Society: Tibetans and Uyghurs in Socialist China. Denmark, Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 98-126.Zhang, Tracy Ying
“On the Fringe of the Canadian State: Grassroots Film and Video in Halifax, 1970-1980.” In Darrell Varga (Ed.) Rain, Drizzle, and Fog: Essays on Atlantic Canadian Film and Video. Canada, Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 171-198.Zhang, Tracy Ying
Review of Duane C. S. Stoltzfus. Freedom from Advertising: E.W. Scripps’s Chicago Experiment.(Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2007) for Enterprise & Society 9:4 (December 2008): 856-858.MacLennan, Anne F.
Review of Pierre Pagé Histoire de la Radio au Québec: Information, Éducation, Culture. (Montréal: Éditions Fides, 2007) for Revue d’histoire de l’amerique française 61: 3-4 (Hiver-Printemps 2008): 590-593.MacLennan, Anne F.
Rowland, W. Journal of Business Ethics, Volume 71, Number 1, March 2007, pp. 103-105(3). A review of Bernard Hodgson, ed., The Invisible Hand and the Common Good.Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. A review of David F. Noble’s Beyond the Promised Land: The Movement and the Myth, in Literary Review of Canada, April 2006.Rowland, Wade
2007 Media Organization and Production. Edited by Simon Cottle. Representing Resistance: Media, Civil Disobedience and The Global Justice Movement. Andy Opel and Donnalyn Pomper (eds.). Canadian Journal of Communication. Vol. 32 No. 1: 139-141.Skinner, David
Carter, M., Bergstrom, K., & Woodford, D. (Eds.). (2016). Internet spaceships are serious business: An EVE Online reader. University of Minnesota Press.Bergstrom, Kelly
M. Gasher, D. Skinner and N. Coulter. Mass Communication in Canada. 9th edition. Oxford University Press: Toronto.Coulter, Natalie
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Coulter, N. (2014) .Tweening the Girl: The Crystallization of the Tween Market. Mediated Youth Series, edited by Sharon Mazzarella. New York: Peter Lang.Coulter, Natalie
Gehl, Robert W., and Sean T. Lawson. 2022. Social Engineering: How Crowdmasters, Phreaks, Hackers, and Trolls Create a New Form of Manipulative Communication. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.Gehl, Robert W.
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Gehl, Robert W, and Maria Bakardjieva. 2017. Socialbots and Their Friends: Digital Media and the Automation of Sociality. New York: Routledge.Gehl, Robert W.
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Heynen, Robert and Emily van der Meulen, eds. (2019). Making Surveillance States: Transnational Histories. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.Heynen, Rob
van der Meulen, Emily, and Robert Heynen, eds. (2016). Expanding the Gaze: Gender and the Politics of Surveillance. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.Heynen, Rob
Heynen, Robert (2015). Degeneration and Revolution: Radical Cultural Politics and the Body in Weimar Germany. Leiden: Brill and Chicago: Haymarket.Heynen, Rob
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Windover, Michael and Anne F. MacLennan Seeing, Selling, and Situating Radio in Canada, 1922-1956. Halifax: Dalhousie Architectural Press, 2017.MacLennan, Anne F.
Communication and New Media: From Broadcast to Narrowcast, Canadian Edition. with Martin Hirst and John Harrison. Toronto: Oxford University Press.Mazepa, Patricia A
Alternative Media in Canada. Co-edited with Kirsten Kozolanka and David Skinner, UBC Press.Mazepa, Patricia A
Rowland, W. Spirit of the Web: The Age of Information from Telegraph to Internet. Toronto: Thomas Allen Publishers, 2006 (third edition). 474 pp. An extended essay on the cultural impact. of communications technologies from the phonetic alphabet to Web 2.0. Third edition includes additional material introducing main themes of scholarly inquiry into communication and culture.Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. Cupidité Inc.: La Soif des Enterprises. Montreal, Editions Hertubise HMH. 2006.Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. Greed, Inc.: Why Corporations Rule Out World and How We Let It Happen. Toronto, Thomas Allen Publishers, 2005; New York, Arcade Publishers, 2006. Published in French as Cupidite Inc.: La Soif des Enterprises. Montreal, Editions Hertubise HMH, 2005. Also published in Korea. An examination of the nature and social impact of the modern business corporation, in the context of critical moral theory. Based on my 2004 doctoral dissertation.Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. Galileo's Mistake: The Archaeology of a Myth. Toronto, Thomas Allen Publishers, 2001; New York, Arcade Publishing, 2003, in paper, 2004. An inquiry into the epistemological roots of the dispute between Galileo and the Church. A work of popular scholarship based on my 2001 MA thesis of the same title.Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. Ockham's Razor: A Search for Wonder in an Age of Doubt. Toronto, Key Porter Books, 1999. Maclean's best seller. An exploration of the roots of morality in the context of journey through Cathar country in southern France.Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. with de Kerckhove, Derrick, Connected Intelligence: The Arrival of the Web Society, Toronto/Amsterdam, Kogan Page. 1997, (224 pp.)Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. Nobody Calls Me Mr. Kirck (co-written with Harvey Kirck). Toronto, Collins, 1985.Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. Making Connections. Toronto, Macmillan ,1979. (A case-study in investigative journalism on television: the story behind the CBC's award-winning organized crime series. A spring, 1980 Book of the Month Club selection. 226 pp.)Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. Oil Spill Countermeasures: The Beaufort Sea and the Search for Oil (with Ross, S.L., Logan, W.J., Milne, J.R.). Ottawa, Department of Fisheries and Environment. 1979, (67 pp.)Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. Fuelling Canada's Future. Toronto, Macmillan, 1974. (A critical overview of the energy crisis and energy delivery systems in place or proposed, from CANDU to Syncrude to submarine tankers. 162 pp.)Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. The Plot to Save the World, Toronto, Clarke Irwin,1973. A book-length report on international diplomacy's first attempt to come to grips with environmental problems, at the United Nations' Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment. 194 pp.Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. Our Living World: A Guide to Knowing Your Environment, Toronto, Concept, 1972. Environmental issues for elementary school students.Rowland, Wade
Rowland, W. The Pollution Guide (with Bennett, John [Tiny]). Toronto, Clarke Irwin. 1972, (170 pp.)Rowland, Wade
Gasher, Mike, David Skinner & Natalie Coulter . Media and Communication in Canada,
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2016 Gasher, Mike, David Skinner & Rowland Lorimer. Mass Communication in Canada, Eighth Edition. Toronto: Oxford University PressSkinner, David
2011 Kirsten Kozolenko, Patricia Mazepa, and David Skinner (Eds.) Alternative Media in Canada. Vancouver: UBC PressSkinner, David
2011 Gasher, Mike, David Skinner & Rowland Lorimer. Mass Communication in Canada, Seventh Edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press.Skinner, David
2005 Skinner, David, James Compton, and Mike Gasher (Eds.), Converging Media, Diverging Interests: A Political Economy of News in the United States and Canada. Lexington Books.Skinner, David
Fresco, E. (2022). Red Mitten Nationalism: Sport, Commercialism and Settler Colonialism in Canada. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.Fresco, Estee
Juhasz, A., Langlois, G., Shah, N. 2021. Really Fake. Minneapolis: Meson Press.Langlois, Ganaele M.
Ottoni, Eduardo, Shirley Roburn and Chris Wulff. An Ethnobotany of the UBC Arboretum. Monograph.
Vancouver: 1995. 150 pages. This work was adapted to the web and used in teaching undergraduate biology courses at UBC into the mid-2000s.
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Bergstrom, K. (2022). Ignoring the blood on the tracks: exits and departures from game studies. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 39(3), 173-180Bergstrom, Kelly
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Bergstrom, K. (2021). Anti-social social gaming: community conflict in a Facebook game. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 38(1), 61-74.Bergstrom, Kelly
Bergstrom, K. (2021). Who is playing Pokémon GO? An observational activity. Communication Teacher, 35(2), 93-97.Bergstrom, Kelly
Bergstrom, K. (2021). What if we were all novices? Making room for inexperience in a game studies classroom. Digital Culture & Education, 13(2).Bergstrom, Kelly
Bergstrom, K., & Neo, R. (2020). Searching for the stairway to heaven: information seeking about an illegal hiking trail in Hawaii. Leisure Studies, 39(5), 751-764.Bergstrom, Kelly
Bergstrom, K. (2020). Destruction as Deviant Leisure in EVE Online. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 13(1).Bergstrom, Kelly
Bergstrom, K. (2019). Barriers to play: Accounting for non-participation in digital game play. Feminist Media Studies, 19(6), 841-857.Bergstrom, Kelly
Bergstrom, K. (2019). Temporary break or permanent departure? Rethinking what it means to quit EVE online. Games and Culture, 14(3), 276-296.Bergstrom, Kelly
Bergstrom, K. (2019). Moving beyond churn: Barriers and constraints to playing a social network game. Games and Culture, 14(2), 170-189.Bergstrom, Kelly
Bergstrom, K. (2019). EVE Online is not for everyone: Exceptionalism in online gaming cultures. Human Technology, 15(3).Bergstrom, Kelly
N. Coulter and K. Moruzi. (2020). Woke Girls: From the Girl’s Realm to Teen Vogue. Feminist Media Studies.Coulter, Natalie
Maureen Mauk, Rebekah Willett & Natalie Coulter (2020) The can-do girl goes to coding camp: a discourse analysis of news reports on coding initiatives designed for girls, Learning, Media and Technology, 45:4, 395-408, DOI: 10.1080/17439884.2020.1781889Coulter, Natalie
N. Coulter. (2019) ‘Frappés, Friends and Fun.’ Affective labour and the cultural industries of girlhood. Journal of Consumer Culture.Coulter, Natalie
Coulter, N and M. Kennedy. (eds.) (2018). Special Issue: Locating the Tween Girl. Girlhood Studies 11.1.Coulter, Natalie
Coulter, N. (2016). More 'Missed Opportunities': The Oversight of Canadian Children’s Media. Canadian Journal of Communication. Vol 41.Coulter, Natalie
S. Poyntz, N. Coulter and G. Brisson. (2016) Past Tensions and Future Possibilities: ARCYP and Children's Media Studies. Journal of Children and Media. 10.1: 47- 53.Coulter, Natalie
Coulter, N., and H. Ramirez. (2015). Locked In: Feminist Perspectives on Surviving on Academic Piecework. New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry. 7 (4): 28-36.Coulter, Natalie
Coulter, N. (2014). Selling the Male Consumer the Playboy Way. Popular Communication.Coulter, Natalie
Coulter, N. (2014). Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places: Mythology of DWYL in the Neoliberal Marketplace of Academic Labour. English Studies in Canada. 40 (4): 13-16.Coulter, Natalie
Coulter, N. (2012). From Toddlers to Teens: Colonizing Childhood the Disney Way. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures. Summer issue. (146-158)Coulter, Natalie
Coulter, N. (2012). Separate Playgrounds: Surveying the Fields of Girls’ Media Studies and Boyhood Studies. Canadian Journal of Communication. Vol. 37(1): 353 – 363.Coulter, Natalie
"In LeBron James’ Promotional Skin: Self-Branded Athletes and Fans’ Immaterial Labour." Journal of Consumer Culture. 20 (4): 440-456.Fresco, Estee
“Canadian Television Studies: All Grown Up?” Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies. 33: 213-219.Fresco, Estee
“Consuming Canada’s Colonial Past: Reconciliation and Corporate Sponsorship in the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.” Olympika: The International Journal of Olympic Studies. 21: 58-74.Fresco, Estee
Siuda, Piotr, Jakub Nowak, and Robert W Gehl. “Darknet Imaginaries in Internet Memes: The Discursive Malleability of the Cultural Status of Digital Technologies.” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 28, no. 1 (January 1, 2023): zmac023. https://doi.org/10.1093/jcmc/zmac023.Gehl, Robert W.
Gehl, Robert W., and Diana Zulli. 2022. “The Digital Covenant: Non-Centralized Platform Governance on the Mastodon Social Network.” Information, Communication & Society 0 (0): 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2022.2147400.Gehl, Robert W.
Gorissen, Sebastiaan, and Robert W. Gehl. 2021. “When Wikipedia Met Tor: Trials of Legitimacy at a Key Moment in Internet History.” Internet Histories 0 (0): 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1080/24701475.2021.2015967.Gehl, Robert W.
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