Vol 17, No 1 (1992)

Questioning Balance: Struggles over Broadcasting Policies and Content

Table of Contents


Gertrude J. Robinson

Guest Editorial

Guest Editors' Introduction
Philip Savage, Bill Gilsdorf, Robert Hackett


News Balance Rhetoric: The Fraser Institute's Political Appropriation of Content Analysis
Robert A. Hackett, William O. Gilsdorf, Philip Savage
Balance and Freedom of Speech: Challenge for Canadian Broadcasting
Peter G. Cook, Myles A. Ruggles
Feminisms and Balance
Suzanne Strutt, Lynne Hissey
Free Trade on Television: The Triumph of Business Rhetoric
Stephen Block


The Methodology and Procedures of the National Media Archive
Lydia A. Miljan
Balance Is in the Eye of the Beholder
Marc Raboy
Balance and Related Concepts: A Few Thoughts
William Morgan
Weights and Measures: Issues of Balance in Media Content
Liora Salter


How Do Journalists Think?: A Proposal for the Study of Cognitive Bias in Newsmaking
Andrew MacFarlane
A Dictionary of Communication and Media Studies (Second Edition)
James M. Linton
Crime Stoppers: A Study in the Organization of Community Policing (Research Report No.24)
Gerald B. Sperling
Image Ethics: The Moral Rights of Subjects in Photographs, Film, and Television
Donald J. Gillies
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