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Publications

From time to time, FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting commissions research on topics relating to its issue set. FRIENDS also benefits from research papers produced by students at Canadian law schools under the auspices of the Pro Bono Student Canada programme.

Mar 28, 2014 — Publication

Unknown Unknowns: Reporting and Repression in The Information Age

By Whitney Light - Best Essay by a Post-Secondary Student, 2014 Dalton Camp Award

Mar 28, 2014 — Publication

Small Towns, Big Media? Toward a Democratic, Professionally-Supported Media Renaissance in Rural Canada

By Randy Morse, winner of the 2014 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2012 — Publication

The media narcissus, warring gladiators, and the carnival mirror

By Mark Brister, finalist of the 2012 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2012 — Publication

"Filter Bubbles": Public discourse in an age of citizen Journalism

By Regan Burles, winner of the 2012 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2011 — Publication

How Canadian Newspaperwomen Won the Vote

By Megan Cécile Radford, finalist of the 2011 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2011 — Publication

WikiLeaks, Canadian Media and Democracy: Media with a Face

By Joshua Noble, finalist of the 2011 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2011 — Publication

Dismantling the Scarecrow: An Exploration Into Calgary’s Cultural Coming of Age

By Nancy Black, winner of the 2011 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2010 — Publication

No news is Bad news: the 2006 norway house elections

By Rosalyn Yake, winner of the 2010 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2010 — Publication

Street Gospels: Political cartoons and their role in canadian democracy

By Ethan Rabidoux, winner of the 2010 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2009 — Publication

Remixing Democratic Discourse - New Media and the End of 'Read Only'

By Heather Stilwell, winner of the 2009 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2009 — Publication

Canadian Media: Government 'Watchdog' or 'Lapdog'?

By Mariam Sheibani, winner of the 2009 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2008 — Publication

Magic Mirror: YouTube and its Implications for Democracy

By Fraser Maclean, winner of the 2008 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2008 — Publication

Democratic values and the institutions that nurture them

By Matthieu Aikins, winner of the 2008 Dalton Camp Award

Apr 1, 2008 — Publication

CBC Radio Listeners: Their Attitudes and Behaviour and Why They Listen to the Radio

Radio trends survey prepared by Canadian Media Research Inc.

May 1, 2007 — Publication

'For' and 'Against' Hérouxville: Democracy and the Question of Media Responsibility

By Audrea Lim, winner of the 2007 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2007 — Publication

Blogging Democracy: The contribution of political blogs to democracy

By Gareth Lewis, winner of the 2007 Dalton Camp Award

Apr 25, 2007 — Publication

Against the Grain by Adam Klevinas

A report by an undergraduate political science and journalism student at Concordia University shows how FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting challenges conventional academic interest group theory.

May 1, 2006 — Publication

The Spirit of Democracy

By Jocelyn Gerke, winner of the 2006 Dalton Camp Award

May 1, 2006 — Publication

I've Looked at Life from Both Sides Now: The Media in Democracies and Dictatorships

By Joe Goodwill, winner of the 2006 Dalton Camp Award

Mar 31, 2005 — Publication

Judging democracy by its weakest link: when here becomes their

By Megan Wennberg, winner of the 2005 Dalton Camp Award