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Cultural Industries.ca

Making Sense of Canadian Media in the Digital Age

Canada’s creative industries encompass book, periodical, and newspaper publishing; radio and television broadcasting; the music industry; video game production; filmmaking and video … ; 248 View
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Foreward & Introduction

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Looks at the term mass media and how it does not fit in a Canadian Context, defines cultural industry for the purpose of this book, emphasis on methodology, the changing landscape of cultural … ; ; 8 $0.80 Add
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Film and Television:

A Success?

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In Peter Urquhart’s chapter on film and television, he argues that the lens through which one examines the relative success or failure of these industries directly affects the conclusions … 16 $1.60 Add
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Sound Recording and Radio:

Intersections and Overlaps

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The interrelationship between radio and sound recording is the overarching theme in Richard Sutherland’s article. 20 $2.00 Add
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Newspapers and Magazines:

Of Crows and Finches

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In Chris Dornan’s chapter on newspapers and magazines, the changing nature of the audience and technologies serves as the focus 24 $2.40 Add
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Video Games Production:

Level Up

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Greig de Peuter’s chapter draws attention not only to a new and important area of the cultural industries, that of video game production, but also to new kinds of working conditions facing … 17 $1.70 Add
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Book Publishing:

Dying One Chapter(s) at a Time?

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In Jeff Boggs’s article on book publishing the changing nature of the audience and technologies serves as the focus 16 $1.60 Add
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Telecommunications:

Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose?

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Daniel Paré reminds us of the fact that all the content discussed in the previous chapters must now be distributed through an elaborate telecommunications system, and how much old companies … 19 $1.90 Add
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Continuity and Change in the Discourse of Canada’s Cultural Industries

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Zoë Druick reminds readers that what we call “the cultural industries” has changed over time. How we define something determines not only what we want to study, an … 16 $1.60 Add
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Critical Media Research Methods:

Media Ownership and Concentration

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Dwayne Winseck takes a personal view, showing the complex and contradictory forms of knowledge used to make sense of one of the more complicated issues in political economic studies of the media, … 19 $1.90 Add
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Beyond Policy Analysis:

Methods for Qualitative Investigation

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Jeremy Shtern argues that in Canada many people practise “policy analysis,” but few have ever thought of this form of analysis as a methodological approach, one driven by certain … 17 $1.70 Add
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Using Production Studies to Analyze Canada:

A People’s History

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Olivier Côté draws attention to English–French tensions in cultural production in Canada and demonstrates the insights provided by using a “production studies” approach. 19 $1.90 Add
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Ethnic Broadcasting:

A History

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Mark Hayward’s institutional history of multicultural television draws attention to the largely forgotten history of multicultural media in this country and to the tendency to study the … 16 $1.60 Add
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Old Media, New Media, Intermedia:

The Toronto Star and CFCA, 1922–1933

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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