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Book/Printed Material How Canadians communicate. III, Contexts of Canadian popular culture How Canadians communicate

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Title

  • How Canadians communicate. III, Contexts of Canadian popular culture

Other Title

  • How Canadians communicate

Names

  • Beaty, Bart, editor
  • Miller, Toby, 1958-

Created / Published

  • Edmonton, AB : AU Press, [2010]

Contents

  • Contexts of popular culture / Bart Beaty and Rebecca Sullivan -- A future for media studies : cultural labour, cultural relations, cultural politics / Toby Miller -- Log on, goof off, and look up : Facebook and the rhythms of Canadian internet use / Ira Wagman -- Hawkers and public space : free commuter newspapers in Canada / Will Straw -- Walking a tightrope : the global cultural economy of Canadian television / Serra Tinic -- Pedagogy of popular culture : "doing" Canadian popular culture / Gloria Filax -- Popular genres in Quebec cinema : the strange case of horror in film and television / André Loiselle -- Cosmopolitans and hosers : notes on recent developments in English-Canadian cinema / Zoë Druick -- From genre to genre : image transactions in contemporary Canadian art / Johanne Sloan -- Controlling the popular : Canadian memory institutions and popular culture / Frits Pannekoek, Mary Hemmings, and Helen Clarke -- After the spirit sang : Aboriginal Canadians and museum policy in the new millennium / Heather Devine -- Producing the Canadian female athlete : negotiating the popular logics of sport and citizenship / Michelle Helstein -- Gothic night in Canada : global hockey realities and ghostly national imaginings / Patricia Hughes-Fuller -- Vernacular folk song on Canadian radio : recovered, constructed, and suppressed identities / E. David Gregory -- The virtual expanses of Canadian popular culture / Derek Briton.

Headings

  • -  Popular culture--Canada
  • -  Nationalism--Canada
  • -  Cultural industries--Canada
  • -  Canada--Cultural policy
  • -  Mass media and culture--Canada
  • -  Culture and globalization--Canada
  • -  Group identity--Canada

Notes

  • -  Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • -  Title from Athabasca University Press website ; viewed on 2019-05-06

Medium

  • 1 online resource (368 pages)

Call Number/Physical Location

  • F1021.2

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2018656203

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  • Unrestricted online access.

Online Format

  • image
  • pdf

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Chicago citation style:

Miller, Toby. How Canadians communicate. III, Contexts of Canadian popular culture. editeds by Beaty, Bart [Edmonton, AB: AU Press, 2010] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2018656203/.

APA citation style:

Miller, T., Beaty, B., ed. (2010) How Canadians communicate. III, Contexts of Canadian popular culture. [Edmonton, AB: AU Press] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018656203/.

MLA citation style:

Miller, Toby. How Canadians communicate. III, Contexts of Canadian popular culture. ed by Beaty, Bart [Edmonton, AB: AU Press, 2010] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018656203/>.