Media and Society: Canadian Cases and Issues

Readings in this collection take the often chaotic and confusing media landscape and unpack them from a Canadian perspective, with a focus on how the film, radio, and publishing industries in Canada are changing in the 21st century.

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What is Fake News?

From: Won't Get Fooled Again

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The Current Crisis

From: The Tangled Garden

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Documents Canada’s cultural policies as they stand today. Specifically focusing on Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government and Melanie Joly’s tenure as Canada’s minister for … 32 $3.20 Add
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The Selling of Toronto’s Smart City

From: Smart Cities in Canada: Digital Dreams, Corporate Designs

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Chapter 1 explores the stakeholders who initially pitched the partnership between the city of Toronto and Google’s urban planning division Sidewalk Labs. 16 $1.60 Add
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Cyberbullying: A Modern-Day Scourge of the Internet

From: Cybercrime: Awareness, Prevention, and Response

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A discussion of how cyberbullying affects individuals and how police officers should respond. 26 $2.60 Add
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A New Approach to Culture and Trade

From: Canadian Culture in a Globalized World

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Measures and methods that can protect Canadian cultural identity. Using Canada’s trade relationship with China as an example, offers a blueprint for trade agreements that can protect … 15 $1.50 Add
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Old Media, New Media, Intermedia:

The Toronto Star and CFCA, 1922–1933

From: Cultural Industries.ca

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in Sandra Gabriele and Paul Moore’s chapter, the question is about how old and new media interact. While their example is drawn from the arrival of radio into the newspaper business, it … ; 19 $1.90 Add