Vol 36, No 4 (2011)

Transitions

Cover Page

Ottawa photographer Hugh Durant took this shot in the Mauerpark near Prinzlauer Berg, Berlin. The park has become a true people's park with a famous flea market. It is surrounded by longer stretches of the Wall than can be normally seen.


Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: Transitions
Michael Dorland

Articles

artscanada’s "Black" Issue: 1960s Contemporary Art and African Liberation Movements
Krys Verrall
Television Frames of the 2008 Liberal and New Democrat Accord
Lydia Miljan
Cutting, Driving, Digging, and Harvesting: Re-masculinizing the Working-Class Heroic
Augie Fleras, Shane Michael Dixon
Same-Sex Marriage, Social Cohesion, and Canadian Values: A Media Analysis
Sara Bannerman
Homelessness Coverage in Major Canadian Newspapers, 1987-2007
Solina Richter, Kathy Kovacs Burns, Yuping Mao, Jean Chaw-Kant, Moira Calder, Shirley Mogale, Lyla Goin, Kerry Schnell
Mystery Ships and Risky Boat People: Tamil Refugee Migration in the Newsprint Media
Ashley Bradimore, Harald Bauder

Research in Brief

A New Remote Community-Owned Wireless Communication Service: Fort Severn First Nation Builds Their Local Cellular System with Keewaytinook Mobile
Susan O'Donnell, George Kakekaspan, Brian Beaton, Brian Walmark, Raymond Mason, Michael Mak

In Memoriam

In Memoriam: Eugene D. Tate
Michael Dorland

Reviews

Communicating in Canada’s Past: Essays in Media History
Geneviève A. Bonin
Cultural Studies and Political Economy: Toward a New Integration
Andrea Zeffiro
Circulation and the City: Essays on Urban Culture
Jeffrey Ryan Barbeau
Communication Power
Michael Truscello
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Between Reason and Experience: Essays in Technology and Modernity
Graham Mackenzie
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