Vol 18, No 2 (1993)

Communication, the Media, and the Canadian Constitutional Debate

Table of Contents


Gertrude J. Robinson


The Mass Media and Political Crisis: Reporting Canada's Constitutional Struggles
David Taras
Television's Frames in the 1988 Canadian Election
Matthew Mendelsohn
Government Advertising in a Crisis: The Quebec Referendum Precedent
Jonathan Rose
Constructions, Deconstructions, and Reconstructions: Competing Canadian Discourses on Ethnocultural Terminology
Karim H. Karim
Canadian Participation in International Co-Productions and Co-Ventures in Television Programming
Colin Hoskins, Stuart McFadyen


The Constitutional Debate and Communications Policies
Gaëtan Tremblay


The American Trojan Horse: U.S. Television Confronts Canadian Economic and Cultural Nationalism
Walt Romanow
The Bias of Communication
Hart Cohen
Getting the Real Story: Censorship and Propaganda in South Africa
Amir Hassanpour
"Hello Central?": Gender, Technology and Culture in the Formation of Telephone Systems
Laurence Basilio Mussio
The Newsmakers: The Media's Influence on Canadian Politics
Peter Desbarats
Television and Its Audience
Pierre C. Bélanger
Desperately Seeking the Audience
Pierre C. Belanger
Media Canada: An Introductory Analysis
David Skinner
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