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Crisis Communication in Canada
Crisis Communication in Canada
By Duncan Koerber

Crisis Communication in Canada offers a unique scholarly and professional contribution, synthesizing recent research and providing a context for practical advice.

Available Sep 2017
The Gutenberg Galaxy
The Gutenberg Galaxy
By Marshall McLuhan

A must-read for those who inhabit today’s global village, The Gutenberg Galaxy is an indispensable road map for our evolving communication landscape.

Published May 2017
Rock'n America: A Social and Cultural History
Rock'n America: A Social and Cultural History
By Deena Weinstein
What is rock? This book offers a new and systematic approach to understanding rock by applying sociological concepts in a historical context.
Published Jan 2015
Digital Mosaic: Media, Power, and Identity in Canada
Digital Mosaic: Media, Power, and Identity in Canada
By David Taras
In Digital Mosaic, David Taras both embraces and challenges new media by arguing that coinciding crises bring exciting opportunities as well as considerable dangers to democratic life and citizen engagement in Canada.
Published Jan 2015
Critical Digital Studies: A Reader, Second Edition
Critical Digital Studies: A Reader, Second Edition
Edited by Arthur Kroker and Marilouise Kroker

Published Nov 2013
Activism and Social Change: Lessons for Community Organizing, Second Edition
Activism and Social Change: Lessons for Community Organizing, Second Edition
By Eric Shragge
Drawing on over thirty years of experience in community development practice, Eric Shragge offers a unique historical perspective on activism, linking various forms of local organizing to the broader goal of fundamental social change.
Published May 2013
Remodelling Communication: From WWII to the WWW
Remodelling Communication: From WWII to the WWW
By Gary Genosko

Providing a dynamic, forward-looking reorientation towards a new universe of reference, Remodelling Communication makes a significant, productive contribution to communication theory.

Published May 2013
Impersonations: Troubling the Person in Law and Culture
Impersonations: Troubling the Person in Law and Culture
By Sheryl Hamilton

Sheryl N. Hamilton uses five different kinds of persons - corporations, women, clones, computers, and celebrities - to discuss the instability of the concept of personhood and to examine some of the ways in which broader social anxieties are expressed in these case studies.

Published Apr 2013
The Domestic Space Reader
The Domestic Space Reader
Edited by Chiara Briganti and Kathy Mezei
The Domestic Space Reader demonstrates how discussions of domestic spaces can help us better understand our inner lives and challenge our perceptions of life in particular times and places.
Published Dec 2012
Canadian Cinema Since the 1980s: At the Heart of the World
Canadian Cinema Since the 1980s: At the Heart of the World
By David L. Pike
Making a significant advance in the study of the film industry of the period, Canadian Cinema since the 1980s is also an ideal text for students, researchers, and Canadian film enthusiasts.
Published Dec 2012