Vol 29, No 2 (2004)


Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial
David Mitchell

Articles

Discovering "The Significance of Communication": Harold Adams Innis as Social Constructivist
Menahem Blondheim
Dispelling the Alphabet Effect
Paul Grosswiler
History from the Inside: Prolegomenon to the "Memoir of Harold Adams Innis Covering the Years 1894-1922"
Paul Heyer
Memoir of Harold Adams Innis Covering the Years 1894-1922
Harold Adams Innis
Harold Innis' "French Inflection": Origins, Themes, and Implications of His 1951 Address at le Collège de France
William J. Buxton
The "Values" Discussion Group at the University of Toronto, February-May 1949
William J. Buxton

The 2003 Graham Spry Memorial Lecture

Toward a Human Right to Communicate?
Cees J. Hamelink

Review Essay

Surveying Surveillance Studies
Steven Jackson

Reviews

The Penguin Atlas of Media and Information: Key Issues and Global Trends
John W. Maxwell
Mobile Cultures: New Media in Queer Asia
Jason Morgan
Digital Borderlands: Cultural Studies of Identity and Interactivity on the Internet
Rhiannon Bury
Harold Innis
Robert E. Babe
Indy Dreams and Urban Nightmares: Speed Merchants, Spectacle, and the Struggle over Public Space in the World-Class City
Timothy Gibson
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Ephemeral Territories: Representing Nation, Home, and Identity in Canada
Faiza Hirji
Shoveling Smoke: Advertising and Globalization in Contemporary India
Kenneth C. C. Yang
Public Broadcasting and the Public Interest
Pierre Bélanger
Newsworkers Unite: Labor, Convergence, and North American Newspapers
Patricia Mazepa
Media and Sovereignty: The Global Information Revolution and Its Challenges to State Power
David Clifton
Understanding Disney: The Manufacture of Fantasy
Sara M. Grimes
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