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Contemporary Settler Colonialism: Media framing of Indigenous collective action in Elsipogtog, Mi’kma’ki
Contemporary settler colonialism depends on resource development, and is supported by the socially reproductive structure, media. I analyze a particular event that took place in Elsipogtog in the summer of 2013, where ...
Risk and Responsibility: Insider and Outsider Media Representations of the 2014 Ebola Outbreak
In the wake of global infectious disease outbreaks such as SARS, scholars have acknowledged the growing role of media during public health emergencies. Lacking, however, is a discussion on how media perspectives vary ...
“Oh, he’s gay!” The Perception of Gay Men of their Portrayal in Television and Film
Currently, there is little research on the perception of gay men of their portrayals on television and in film. Thus far, literature on such portrayals on the small and silver screens has taken a general survey of men ...
Tapping into Mental Health: Exploring Indigenous Water and Mental Health Issues through Canadian Media
It seems both unjust and ironic that the first peoples on the land now known as Canada are some of the last to obtain access to their fundamental human rights. This research explores the occurrence of relationship, region, ...