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(CJ Building), Loyola Campus - Department of Communication Studies
Thank you to all those who attended, presented and shared in the discussions.
Special thank s to the CCA Board Members, Track Directors, Reviewers, Assistants and Volunteers, as well
as to the Departments of Communication Studies and Journalism at Concordia University, and Public for
their generous contributions.
Nous remercions tous ceux et celles qui ont participé, présenté et
participé aux discussions.
Nous remercions tout spécialement les membres du Conseil de l’ACC, les directeurs de piste, les réviseurs,
les assistants et les bénévoles, les départements de communication et de journalisme de l’université Concordia ainsi que le public pour sa généreuse contribution.
Yasmin Jiwani, Local Area Convenor, Concordia University
Colette Brin, coordonnatrice francophone, Laval
Association canadienne de communication
30e colloque annuel
Canadian Communication Association
30th Annual Conference
Welcome
Greetings,
It is a pleasure to welcome members to the Canadian Communication Association’s annual conference hosted
this year by Concordia University and the Department of Communication Studies. This year’s theme “Connected
Understanding” will offer dynamic presentations, lively debates and discussions, focused round tables and numerous special events and exhibitions over the course of three days.
Concordia University has been working tremendously hard on this year’s events, and I urge you to take advantage
of some of the many special events planned. The range of programming developed for “Connected Understanding”
is impressive and innovative. We are particularly struck by the diversity and depth of creative and intellectually
rigorous submissions from CCA members.
I would like to welcome you to our CJ Building for the first day of CCA and to the Loyola campus. The CJ Building hosts excellent facilities and meeting spaces and our first day should prove to be productive and enjoyable.
Once we relocate downtown for the remaining two days of the conference, you will be able to take advantage of
the exciting larger Congress events and enjoy the best of Montreal.
Over the years, the CCA has proven to be a convivial culture for professional development, renewing acquaintances, and making new connections. We trust this spirit will be fostered this year. We are proud to be the local
conference hosts for this year’s gathering and I would like to extend my deep gratitude to Dr. Yasmin Jiwani of our
department and Dr. Colette Brin from the Département d’information et de communication at Université Laval
for their dedication and efforts in coordinating this event.
I wish you the best during your visit to our university and I look forward to meeting you.
Rae Staseson, Chair
Department of Communication Studies
Hello everyone,
As incoming chair of the Journalism Department as of June 1, I want to welcome you to the CCA’s annual conference at Concordia. Here, this week, we have a rare opportunity to connect and reconnect. I’m looking forward
to meeting many of you for the first time; to seeing faculty members from around the country whom I’ve met
before, and to having a chance to put faces to names – names I may have seen attached to a book, a journal article,
a textbook chapter or a piece of journalism.
The dynamic conference program, coordinated by Dr. Yasmin Jiwani of Concordia and Dr. Colette Brin at Université Laval, presents communication and journalism scholars with a bounty of topics. It will be difficult to
choose among them. The program also provides space to exchange ideas and plant seeds for future endeavors and
collaborations at a series of receptions. The setting for the conference, on both campuses, offers attendees the opportunity to experience the bucolic atmosphere we in Communications and Journalism enjoy at Loyola as well as
the fast-paced rhythm of the bustling Quartier Concordia downtown.
I hope to see you in a classroom or at a reception over the next few days. I wish you a productive and pleasurable
conference.
Linda Kay, Chair
Concordia Journalism
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Bienvenue
Bonjour,
C’est avec plaisir que je souhaite la bienvenue aux membres de l’Association canadienne de communication à
l’occasion du colloque annuel, dont l’Université Concordia et son Department of Communication Studies sont les
hôtes cette année. Sous le thème du Congrès 2010 des sciences humaines, « Le savoir branché », des présentations
dynamiques, des débats et échanges animés, des tables rondes ciblées et de nombreux événements et expositions
se dérouleront durant trois jours.
L’Université Concordia a travaillé très fort pour préparer ces événements, et je vous invite à profiter des nombreuses activités spéciales du Congrès. La programmation est impressionnante et innovatrice. Notons particulièrement
la diversité et la profondeur des soumissions créatives et rigoureuses des membres de l’ACC.
Il me fait plaisir de vous accueillir dans notre pavillon Communication et journalisme (CJ Building) du campus
Loyola pour la première journée de votre colloque. Ce bâtiment dispose d’installations et de salles très bien aménagées, ce qui devrait vous assurer un séjour productif et agréable. Nous nous retrouverons les deux jours suivants
au campus du centre-ville, ce qui vous permettra de profiter des nombreuses activités du Congrès et des attraits
de Montréal.
Au fil des ans, l’ACC s’est avérée un lieu privilégié pour le réseautage et le développement professionnel. Nous
sommes convaincus que cet esprit de convivialité et de collégialité sera à l’honneur encore cette année. Nous sommes fiers d’être vos hôtes et à ce titre, je tiens à remercier tout particulièrement les professeures Yasmin Jiwani, de
notre département, et Colette Brin du Département d’information et de communication à l’Université Laval pour
leur travail de coordination de cet événement.
Je vous souhaite un excellent séjour parmi nous et j’espère avoir l’occasion de vous croiser au cours du colloque.
Rae Staseson, Directrice
Department of Communication Studies
Bonjour à tous,
En tant que nouvelle directrice du Département de journalisme en date du 1er juin, je vous souhaite la bienvenue
au colloque annuel de l’ACC à l’Université Concordia. Cette semaine, nous avons une précieuse occasion de forger
et de renouer des liens. Il me fera plaisir de rencontrer bon nombre d’entre vous pour la première fois, de revoir des
collègues d’ailleurs au pays et dans certains cas, d’associer un visage à un nom apercu sur le titre d’un livre, d’un
article scientifique, d’un chapitre ou d’une production journalistique.
Le programme dynamique de la conférence, coordonné par les professeures Yasmin Jiwani de Concordia et Colette
Brin de l’Université Laval, offre aux chercheurs en communication et en journalisme une multitude de thèmes et
d’approches. Le choix sera sans doute ardu. Le programme offre aussi des moments pour échanger des idées et
d’initier de nouveaux projets et collaborations, notamment lors des receptions. Le cadre physique du colloque offre
tour à tour aux participants l’ambiance bucolique du campus Loyola et l’énergie urbaine du Quartier Concordia
au centre-ville de Montréal.
J’espère vous croiser dans une salle de classe ou lors d’une réception au cours des prochains jours. Je vous souhaite
un fructueux et agréable colloque.
Linda Kay, Directrice
Concordia Journalism
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Contents
Special Events..........................................................................................................................................5
Mediated Environments panel......................................................................................................5
Keynote Speakers..........................................................................................................................6
Understanding the Image Mill.......................................................................................................8
Critical Landscape Studies panel...................................................................................................9
Université de Montréal 30th Anniversary panel.........................................................................10
The Futures of News and Journalism panel.................................................................................11
Reception and Book Launch..................................................................................................................12
Program Schedule..................................................................................................................................14
Campus Maps........................................................................................................................................40
For Your Information.............................................................................................................................42
Sommaire
Événements spéciaux................................................................................................................................5
Mediated Environments panel......................................................................................................5
Conférenciers d’honneur...............................................................................................................6
Le Moulin à images décodé..........................................................................................................8
Critical Landscape Studies panel..................................................................................................9
Université de Montréal, 30e anniversaire......................................................................................10
Discussion : l’avenir de l’information et du journalisme.............................................................11
Réception et lancement de livres...........................................................................................................12
Horaire du programme..........................................................................................................................14
Cartes du campus...................................................................................................................................40
Pour votre information...........................................................................................................................42
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Special Events
Événements spéciaux
Mediated Environments: Gardens and Landscape
June 1, 2010, CJ 4-240, 3 - 4:30 p.m., Loyola Campus, Communication & Journalism Building
While widely appreciated, gardens and other kinds of designed landscape often slip easily into the background of
both everyday life and socio-political analysis. In this context however, they serve an important mediating function
between people and their environments. As John Dixon Hunt has put it, the making of gardens and landscapes
constitutes an ‘art of milieu’ where “milieu is not just objective, physical surroundings, but involves the inscription
on that site of how an individual or a society conceives of its environment.” While Hunt is specifically concerned
with the representation of relations between human beings and nature, the papers in this panel conceive of ‘environment’ more broadly – in terms of social and political as well as natural influences. They explore some of the
ways in which gardens and landscapes work, in various contexts, to either affirm or challenge our perception of the
world around us: via not only our relation to place, but also to other people, and to history.
Convened on the occasion of the launch of the journal Public, issue #41, entitled “Gardens”, this panel explores
a terrain of study rich for making connections between different communication-oriented disciplines. Drawing
on scholarship in soundscape studies, contemporary art practice and landscape theory, these papers demonstrate
the kinds of insight the study of gardens and landscape can yield in relation to a variety of pressing cultural and
political questions. In addition to three paper presentations, the panel will include a brief discussion by the respondent, of connections between the themes addressed by the
authors, and selected artist projects featured in Public:
Gardens.
Public 41: Gardens, edited by Erin Despard and
Monika Kin Gagnon
In Greater Perfections (2000), John Dixon Hunt identifies
some thirty-two gardens including rose gardens, vegetable
gardens, landscape gardens, cloister gardens, bog gardens,
therapeutic gardens, container gardens, and corpse gardens. Contributors to Public 41: Gardens add even more
types. In the 24 contributions to this issue, there are the
“botanicuratorial” museum gardens discussed by J. Keri
Cronin; the school gardens analyzed by Kai Wood Mah;
and the special form of allotment garden such as the Alex
Wilson Community Garden, animated by Richard Brault.
Gina Badger critiques the ‘seed bomb’ by guerilla gardeners; Jill Didur comments on Jamaica Kincaid’s Among
Flowers; and there are two new texts from French garden designer Gilles Clément, whose gardens have been
influential (and controversial) in the worlds of ecological
garden design, landscape theory, and garden studies.
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Keynote Speakers
Conférenciers d’honneur
Lisa Gitelman, From Format to Genre: A Note on Documentary Culture
June 1, 2010, SP 1110, 4:30 to 6 p.m., Loyola Campus, Science Pavilion; Language: English
Sponsored by the Canadian Communication Association
“From Format to Genre: A Note on Documentary Culture” is an attempt to mark out what remains — at least
in English — an unmarked terrain between the terms format and genre. It is the beginning of a larger project
concerned with the genre of the document across media.
Lisa Gitelman is a media historian whose research concerns American print culture, techniques of inscription, and the new media of yesterday and today. She is
particularly concerned with tracing the patterns according to which new media
become meaningful within and against the contexts of older media. Her most recent book is entitled Always Already New: Media, History, and the Data of Culture
and was published by the MIT Press in 2006. Current projects include a monograph, “Making Knowledge with Paper,” and an edited collection,”’Raw Data’ Is
an Oxymoron.” She holds a Ph.D. in English from Columbia University and is
a former editor of the Thomas A. Edison Papers at Rutgers University. She joins
Steinhardt after teaching at Harvard University and at The Catholic University
of America. She is also the author of Thomas Edison and Modern America: A Brief History with Documents (with
Theresa M. Collins) and editor (with Geoffrey Pingree ) of the anthology New Media, 1740-1915, a volume of the
Media in Transition series published by MIT Press.
Lisa Gitelman, Du format au genre : une note sur la culture documentaire
1er juin 2010, SP 1110, 16 h 30 à 18 h, Campus Loyola, Pavillon des Sciences : présentation en
anglais. Présenté par l’Association canadienne de communication
La présentation « From Format to Genre : A Note on Documentary Culture » constitue un effort pour cerner ce
qu’il reste, du moins dans la langue anglaise, d’un terrain indéfini entre les termes format et genre. Il s’agit des premiers pas vers un projet de plus grande envergure qui se penchera sur le genre du document à travers les médias.
Lisa Gitelman est une historienne des médias dont les recherches traitent de la culture de presse américaine, des
techniques d’inscription et des nouveaux médias d’hier et d’aujourd’hui. Elle s’intéresse notamment à tracer les
modèles qui ont guidé les processus par lesquels les médias deviennent significatifs à l’intérieur tout comme à
l’encontre de contextes propres aux médias plus anciens. Son dernier ouvrage, intitulé Always Already New: Media
History, and the Data of Culture, a été publié par la MIT Press en 2006. Parmi ses projets actuels, on compte un
monographe « Making Knowledge with Paper » ainsi qu’un ouvrage collectif « “Raw Data” Is an Oxymoron ». Elle
possède un doctorat en anglais de Columbia University et est l’ancienne directrice des Thomas A. Edison Papers à
Rutgers University. Elle s’est jointe à Steinhardt après avoir enseigné à Harvard University et à The Catholic University of America. Elle est l’auteure de Thomas Edison and Modern America: A Brief History with Documents (avec
Theresa M. Collins) et elle assure la direction (avec Geoffrey Pingree) de l’anthologie New Media, 1740-1915, un
volume paru dans la série Media in Transition publiée par MIT Press.
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Toby Miller, Why Do So Many First World Academics Think Cultural
Imperialism is Old Hat When So Many Other People Don’t?
June 2, 2010, MB S2-210, 4:30 to 6 p.m. Downtown Campus, Molson Building; Language: English
Sponsored by the Canadian Communication Association
In this keynote address, Professor Miller tackles the provocative issue of cultural imperialism.
Toby Miller is Professor of Media & Cultural Studies at the University of California, Riverside. His teaching and research cover media, sport, labor, gender, race,
citizenship, politics, and cultural policy. Toby is the author and editor of over 20
volumes, and has published essays in over 100 journals and books. His current
research covers the success of Hollywood overseas, the links between culture and
citizenship, and electronic waste. His recent publications include Cultural Citizenship: Cosmopolitanism, Consumerism, and Television in a Neoliberal Age (Temple
University Press, 2007); Makeover Nation: The United States of Reinvention (Ohio
State University Press, 2008); The Contemporary Hollywood Reader (Routledge,
2009); and Television Studies: The Basics (Routledge, 2010).
Toby Miller, Pourquoi tant de chercheurs du premier monde pensentils que l’impérialisme culturel est vieux-jeu alors que tant d’autres personnes pensent le contraire?
2 juin 2010, MB S2-210, 16 h 30 à 18 h, Campus du centre-ville, Pavillon Molson :
présentation en anglais. Présenté par l’Association canadienne de communication
Lors de cette allocution principale, le Professeur Miller aborde la question controversée de l’impérialisme culturel.
Toby Miller est Professeur en médias et cultural studies à University of California à Riverside. Son enseignement
et ses recherches portent sur les médias, les sports, le travail, le genre, la race, la citoyenneté, la politique et les
politiques culturelles. Miller est auteur et directeur de plus de 20 livres et a publié des articles dans plus de 100
revues et livres. Ses recherches actuelles se concentrent sur le succès hollywoodien à l’étranger, sur les liens entre la
culture et la citoyenneté ainsi que sur les déchets électroniques. Parmi ses publications les plus récentes, on retrouve
Cultural Citizenship: Cosmopolitanism, Consumerism, and Television in a Neoliberal Age (Temple University Press,
2007), Makeover Nation: The United States of Reinvention (Ohio State University Press, 2008), The Contemporary
Hollywood Reader (Routledge, 2009) et Television Studies: The Basics (Routledge, 2010).
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Understanding The Image Mill: Exhibition, Screening and Discussion of
Robert Lepage’s Projection of History
June 2, 2010, D.B. Clarke Theatre, doors open at 7 p.m., Downtown Campus, Hall Building
To celebrate Quebec City’s 400th anniversary in 2008, renowned theatre and film director, Robert Lepage and his
production company Ex Machina created The Image Mill, a nocturnal outdoor spectacle of moving images, sound
and light projected onto a giant screen refashioned from 81 grain silos in the Louise Basin. Thousands of spectators will continue to view this open-air projection representing Quebec history, as it is restaged every summer
through 2012. An exclusive Congress event will present an evening with The Image Mill, including an abridged
version on a theatre screen, architectural maquettes, and an exhibition of related artifacts. An interdisciplinary
roundtable will engage experts in film and architecture, national histories and commemoration, to explore the artistic and technological legacies of public representations of history. With the participation of Janine Marchessault
(York University), Philippe Dubé (Université Laval), John Greyson (York University), and Joseph-Yvon Thériault
(Université du Québec à Montréal).
Below: Films and images projected onto grain silos in Quebec City’s harbour. Image by Francis Vachon.
Le Moulin à images décodé : exposition, visionnement et discussion de la
projection historique de Robert Lepage
2 juin 2010, salle DB Clarke Theatre, 19 h, Campus du centre-ville, Pavillon Hall
Pour célébrer le 400e anniversaire de la fondation de la ville de Québec, en 2008, l’homme de théâtre et réalisateur
renommé Robert Lepage et sa maison de production Ex Machina ont créé le Moulin à images, un spectacle de
nuit et en plein air au cours duquel images en mouvement, son et lumière sont projetés sur un écran géant constitué
des 81 silos à grains du Bassin Louise. Chaque été jusqu’en 2012, des milliers de spectateurs pourront visionner
cette projection à ciel ouvert portant sur l’histoire de Québec. Un événement exclusif au Congrès propose une
soirée au Moulin à images comprenant la projection d’une version abrégée sur écran de cinéma, les maquettes
architecturales et une exposition d’artefacts liés à cette production. Une table ronde interdisciplinaire réunissant
des experts en cinématographie, en architecture, en histoire et en commémorations nationales examinera l’héritage
artistique et technologique des ces grandes représentations publiques de l’histoire. Avec la participation de Janine
Marchessault (Université York), Philippe Dubé (Université Laval), John Greyson (Université York), et JosephYvon Thériault (Université du Québec à Montréal).
Ci-dessus : des films et images projetés sur des silos de grains dans le Port de Québec. Image de Francis Vachon.
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Critical Landscape Studies Panel
June 3, 2010, FOFA Gallery, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., Downtown Campus, EV Building
Over the last year, a group of four scholars and one artist have been meeting to discuss questions of landscape from
interdisciplinary perspectives. Under a rubric of Critical Landscape Studies, we have been engaged in a dialogue
concerning our work with landscape, and building on research and artistic practices linked to the exploration of
place, site, memory, history, and literary and visual representation. While the concept of landscape draws its abiding significance from many disciplinary and institutional contexts—from the figurations of landscape picturing
traditions, to landscape as a timely and strategic topic addressed to pressing social and political questions of environment and sustainability—we see the disparate character of these literatures and practices as usefully organized
around three problems, or topics. The first pertains to environment, ecology, and site. The second concerns image,
and implies the intensification of narrative, story and witness. And the third, archive, addresses the status, security,
and preservation of memory as it pertains to specific landscapes.
Traversing these topics—site, image, and archive—we will present four papers: Jill Didur (English, Concordia)
will address the colonial landscape and the picturesque gaze in the context of Himalayan hill stations through
the optic of Anita Desai’s Fire on the Mountain; drawing on some of Mark Dion’s sculptural work—in particular,
his Library for the Birds of Massachusetts—Joanne Sloan (Art History, Concordia) will consider the relations
between landscape and the archive of natural history; van Wyck (Communication Studies, Concordia) will address some conceptual and archival aspects of an urban landscape—The Lachine Canal—that is rendered toxic
via industrial transformation; Anya Zilberstein (History, Concordia) will offer an alternative assessment of the
interpretation of eighteenth century North American colonial landscape writing. Connecting the four papers will
be a series of landscape video shorts by Rae Staseson (Communication Studies, Concordia). Shot in Saskatchewan
these works trace themes of home, site/place and memory.
Above: A still image from Rae Staseson’s “When Owls Dream.”
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Université de Montréal 30th Anniversary Panel: The Future of
Communication Studies
June 3, 2010, MB 6-225, 10:45-12:15 a.m. , Downtown Campus, Molson Building
Thirty years behind, thirty years ahead, what is the state of communication studies? As part of the thirty year
celebration of the department of communication of Université de Montréal, five researchers from the department
have been invited to present their points of view on the significant moments in communication studies over the
last thirty years as well as on the issues to expect over the next thirty years.
The participants to this roundtable are (left to right): Pierre Boudon, Chantal Benoît-Barné, François Cooren
(who will also chair the panel), Annie Méar, and James Taylor.
Université de Montréal, 30e anniversaire, Départment de communication :
Où en sont les études en communication?
3 juin 2010, MB 6-225, 10 h 45 à 12 h 15., Campus du centre-ville, Pavillon Molson
Trente ans en arrière, trente ans en avant, où en sont les études en communication? Afin de célébrer les trente ans
du Département de communication de l’Université de Montréal, cinq chercheurs de ce Département sont invités à
présenter leur point de vue sur les moments marquants des études en communication au cours des trente dernières
années ainsi que sur les enjeux à anticiper pour les trente prochaines.
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Panel Discussion: The Futures of News and Journalism in
the Internet and Mobile Age
June 3, 2010, De Seve Cinema, 2:30-4:30 p.m., Downtown Campus, Library Building
On the occasion of Montreal Le Devoir’s 100th anniversary in 2010, four distinguished international panelists
working within various news entities such as print media, web-based broadcasting, and participatory internet
news forums, join Le Devoir Director, Bernard Descoteaux to reflect on the future of media in the internet and
mobile age, and the current state of news reporting and journalism. This distinguished panel will also include Reisa Levine (the Producer of CitizenShift), Amy Mitchell (the Deputy Director of the Pew Project for Excellence
in Journalism), Pascal Riché (Editor of Rue 89), and Geraldine Cahill (a Toronto-based journalist previously with
The Real News Network).
This animated event on the future of media in light of massive technological changes. will be moderated by Michel Venne, former deputy editor at Le Devoir and founder and Executive Director of the Institut du Nouveau
Monde, a Montreal-based non-partisan organisation aimed at civic participation and renewal of ideas in Québec.
Simultaneous Translation
L’avenir de l’information et du journalisme à l’ère d’Internet
et de la mobilité
3 juin 2010, De Seve Cinema, 14 h 30 à 16 h 30, Campus du centre-ville, Pavillon Library
Pour marquer le centenaire du quotidien montréalais Le Devoir, en 2010, quatre conférenciers internationaux se
joignent au directeur de ce journal, Bernard Descôteaux, pour réfléchir sur l’avenir des médias à l’ère d’Internet et
de la mobilité et sur l’état de l’information et du journalisme dans ce contexte changeant.
Les conférenciers sont: Reisa Levine, la productrice de CitizenShift; Amy Mitchell, la directrice adjointe du projet de recherché sur l’excellence en
journalisme du Centre de recherche
Pew; Pascal Riché, le co-fondateur
et le rédacteur en chef de Rue 89;
et Geraldine Cahill, une journaliste
basée à Toronto qui a travaillé pour
The Real News Network.
La table ronde sera animée par
Michel Venne, directeur général
et fondateur de l’Institut du Nouveau Monde, une organisation non
partisane dont la mission est de favoriser la participation citoyenne et
le renouvellement des idées au Québec. M. Venne a auparavant occupé les postes de journaliste et directeur de
l’information au quotidien Le Devoir. Traduction simultanée.
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Reception and Book Launch
Réception et lancement de livres
Reception, CCA and G.G. Robinson Prizes
June 1, 2010, CJ Atrium, 6 to 9 p.m., Loyola Campus, Communication and Journalism
Building
Réception, Prix de l’ACC et Prix G.G. Robinson
1er juin 2010, Atrium CJ, 18 h à 21 h, Campus Loyola, Pavillon communication et journalisme
DJ: Owen Chapman
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Book launch titles (above, left to right from top left): “Terrain of Memory,” by Kirsten Emiko McAllister; “Web
Social,” edited by Florence Millerand, Serge Proulx, Julien
Rueff; “Orthodox by Design,” by Jeremy Stolow; “Media
Divides,” edited by Marc Raboy and Jeremy Shtern; “Civil
Society Media and Global Governance,” by Arne Hintz;
“Challenge for Change,” by Thomas Waugh, Michael
Brendan Baker, Ezra Winton; “Becoming Biosubjects,” by
Neil Gerlach, Sheryl Hamilton, Rebecca Sullivan; “The
Right to Communicate,” edited by Aliaa Dakroury, Mahmoud Eid, Yahya R. Kamalipour; “Making Our Media,
Volumes 1 and 2,” edited by Clemencia Rodriguez, Dorothy Kidd, Laura Stein.
Book launches (opposite page, top left to bottom right): “Circulation and the City,” edited by Alexandra Boutros
and Will Straw; “Communicating in Canada’s Past,” edited by Gene Allen and Daniel J. Robinson; “Global
Communication,” by Thomas L. McPhail; “Hearing (Our) Voices,” by Barbara Schneider; “Law’s Expression,” by
Sheryl N. Hamilton; “Scholarly Communication for Librarians,” by Heather Morrison; “Development Communication,” edited by Thomas L. McPhail; “Patronizing the Public,” edited by William J. Buxton.
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Schedule of Events
Horaire des événements
The OpEd Project Workshop
May 31, 2010, MB 5-215, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Downtown Campus, John Molson Building
Sponsored by [email protected] and the Dean of Humanities, McMaster University
The OpEd Project Workshop is an interactive writing session led by Catherine Orenstein – journalist, scholar
and founder of The OpEd Project (based in NYC). The Op-Ed Project is an initiative to expand public debate,
with an immediate focus on enlarging the pool of women experts who are accessing (and accessible to) the
opinion forums and editors who need them. This workshop, targeted to Canadian scholars who wish to share
their research more widely, provides resources and skills to write effective popular media articles and columns.
The OpEd Project both in Canada and the US aims to expand the range of voices in public policy debate. This
event is only for registered participants. Thanks to the sponsors for this event: [email protected] and the Dean of
Humanities, McMaster University.
June 1, 2010 – Day 1
Communication and Journalism Departments (CJ Building), Loyola Campus
The numerical code next to the title of the presentation refers to the numbered abstract. For full
abstracts, please consult the CCA website: http://www.acc-cca.ca/
8:30-9:00
Coffee and brief welcome
Rae Staseson, Chair, Communications &
Linda Kay, Chair, Journalism
(CJ Atrium)
9:00-10:30
Panel 1A:
Networks and their Historical Connections
Les réseaux et leurs liens historiques
9:00-10:30
CJ 5-223
Stolow, Jeremy
The Séance Table in Transatlantic Perspective: On the Material Culture of
Spiritualism in America, France and Brazil (2093)
Daro, Carlotta
Networked Cities: Infrastructures of Telecommunication and Modern Urban
Theories (2158)
Natale, Simone
“Action à Distance”: Wireless, X-Rays, and Occultism around 1900 (2162)
Latzko-Toth,
Guillaume
The Origins of Online Chat. Taming Real-Time Text Communication Through
Computer (2265)
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Chair: Chapman
June 1, 2010 – Day 1 : CJ Building, Loyola Campus
Panel 1B:
Public Journalism
Journalisme public
9:00-10:30
CJ 2-409
Lynch, Lisa L.
Public Journalism in a New Age: Economic and Technological Influences on
Journalism’s Civic Function (2195)
Gasher, Mike
Begging the Question: What is Journalism For? (2199)
Nielsen, Greg Mark
Demos and Ethos: Framing Dialogue on Immigration and Reasonable
Accommodation in the Montreal and New York Press. (2341)
Schneider, Barbara
Sourcing Homelessness: How Journalists Shape the Face of Homelessness (2009)
Panel 1C:
Chair: Lynch
Theory and History
Théorie et histoire
9:00-10:30
CJ 3-307
Arvatu, Adina
Camelia
Thresholds: McLuhan and Debord Revisited (2291)
Trudel, Dominique
Walter Lippmann et la guerre froide (2347)
Darroch, Michael
Edmund Carpenter and Early Medium Theory (2389)
Eaman, Ross Allan
Media History and the Problem of Periodization (2113)
Panel 1D:
Chair: Buxton
Fantasies, Realities, Identities, Encounters: Stories about Cooks, Chicken Nuggets, Kids
and Mint Tea
Imaginations, réalités, identités et rencontres : récits sur les cuisiniers, les croquettes de
poulet, les enfants et le thé à la menthe
9:00-10:30
CJ 4-240
Gregus, Michelle
Culinary dreaming: Cooking shows and the creation of culinary fantasy (2399)
Elliott, Charlene D.
“It’s junk food and chicken nuggets”: Exploring children’s perspectives on “kids’
food” and its implications for public health (2133)
Grabovschi, Cristina
& Campos, Milton N.
The development of children’s representations of food and nutrition (2496)
Mihalache, Irina
Daniela
“Le tour de monde dans un repas”: Culinary Encounters from street foods to haute
cuisine (2130)
Panel 1E:
9:00-10:30
Chair: Mihalache
Media Divides: Communication Rights and the Right to Communicate in Canada
(Roundtable - 2046)
Fractures numériques : les droits de communication et le droit de communiquer au Canada
(Table ronde)
CJ 3-306
Chair: Shtern
Shtern, Jeremy G; Shade, Leslie Regan; McIver, William & Barney, Darin (discussant)
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Panel 1F:
Communication and Climate Change Panel (2417)
Discussion sur la communication et le changement climatique
9:00-10:30
CJ 5-305
Greenberg, Josh &
MacAulay, Maggie
ENGO 2.0: New media and Climate Change Activism (2415)
Demerling, Rachel S.
& Knight, Graham
NGOs and Climate Change Discourse at COP15: A comparative analysis of
international press coverage (2103)
Smart, Graham &
Bhatia, Aditi
Russill, Chris
Panel 1G:
Chair: Greenberg
The Climate-Change Debate in Asia and North America: Historical and SocioCultural Influences on Collective Argumentation (2407-2409)
Climate Security Discourse (2403)
CRTC & Broadcasting Policy
Le CRTC et les politiques de diffusion
9:00-10:30
CJ 4-246
Taylor, Gregory
Canadian Digital Television and the Limits of Co-Regulation (2372)
Salamon, Errol
Globalising National Public Service Broadcasters: The CBC’s Global Strategies
(2451)
Sutherland, Richard
Francis
Making it to Air: Recent Changes in Canadian Content Development (2456)
Bonin, Geneviève A.
Canada’s transition to digital television: from policy to reality (2052)
Thorn, Michael
Edward
Moses Znaimer and the Governing of Religion in Canadian Broadcasting (2245)
Panel 1H:
Chair: Savage
Journalism in Old and New Media
Le journalisme dans les vieux et nouveaux médias
9:00-10:30
CJ 4-320
Chair: Brin
Brown, Curtis
Dependant on a Dinosaur? The Partisan Political Blogosphere’s Reliance on
Canada’s Parliamentary Press Gallery for Information and Commentary (2010)
Drolet, Geneviève
Le changement de format du Soleil de Québec dans un contexte
d’hyperconcurrence médiatique: se différencier pour mieux se rapprocher (2109)
Capurro, Gabriela
The killing of Fredy Villanueva: A compared study of the story in La Presse and
The Gazette (2149)
Kealey, Caitlin
The Future of the Newspaper is Not Black and White: A Discourse Analysis (2570)
10:30-10:45
BREAK
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10:45-12:15
Media, History and Mass Culture
Médias, histoire et culture de masse
Panel 2A:
10:45-12:15
CJ 5-223
Jacques, Alison
Not Only the Lonely: Personal Ads in Justice Weekly, 1946-72 (2426)
Moore, Paul S. &
Kaketsis, Kimon
The Man’s Page: Manly Bodies and the Emerging Mass Readership of the
Weekend Newspaper (2158)
Delmas, Didier Denis
Making Fiction from Reality: William Notman’s Composite Photographs (2171)
Keightley , Keir
Tin Pan Allegations: Critiquing Cultural Industries, 1903-1923 (2287)
Panel 2B:
Chair: MacLennan
Science and Journalism
Science et journalisme
10:45-12:15
CJ 2-409
Secko, Dave &
Amend, Elyse
In the face of critique: A qualitative meta-synthesis of the experiences of journalists
covering health and science (2193)
Knight, Graham
NGOs and Climate Change Discourse at COP15: A comparative analysis of
international press coverage (2238)
Rowe, Dan
Comparing and Contrasting the Challenges Faced by Journalists Reporting on
Climate Change During the 2008 Elections in Canada and the U.S. (2548)
Panel 2C:
Chair: Gasher
Media Persuasion
Persuasion médiatique
10:45-12:15
CJ 3-307
Henderson, Stuart
Inside the Rock: Rochdale College, Hip Separatism, & Parallel Media, 1968-1975
(2032)
McNally, Michael B.
Media and Propaganda in the USSR 1917-1939 (2243)
Scanlon, Joseph
The Prevailing Malady: Two Ontario Communities Cover the “Spanish Flu”
(2312)
Kuffert, Len
The life of the underworld’: Canada and American radio programming (2062)
Panel 2D:
Chair: Kuffert
War, Violence & Media
Guerre, violence et médias
10:45-12:15
CJ 4-240
Chair: Jiwani
Rosen, Joseph
The War of Self-Critique: Israeli Soldiers Against the Occupation (2446)
Gordon, Aaron
Tasers and Economies of Violence (2463)
Gardner, Paula M.
Passing Through Surveillance: Mobility, Subjectivity, and the Visual Economy of
Sensor Art (2437)
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Panel 2E:
Communication for Development
La communication pour le développement
10:45-12:15
CJ 3-306
Smeltzer, Sandra
Communications for Development: Implications for Social Justice (2526)
Pyati, Ajit K.
ICTD and Social Justice: The Case for Infrastructure (2527)
Shtern, Jeremy
Global Network Neutrality: Development and Social Justice Implications (2527)
Paré, Daniel &
Smeltzer, Sandra
The ICT/MDG Nexus: Social in Justice in Action? (2527)
Chee, Florence 2280
Politicizing games, imagined mobilities: implications for global development (2280)
Panel 2F:
Chair: Smeltzer
Commoning in the Communication Society
La mise en commun dans la société de communication
10:45-12:15
CJ 5-305
Jeffries, Fiona
Re-Appropriations of the Communication and Urban Commons (2315)
Dyer Witheford, Nick
Species Beings for a Common Future (2517)
Kidd, Dorothy
Re-testing the Commons (2423)
Uzelman, Scott
Enclosure, Media Commons and “Anti-Proletarian” Struggle (2392)
Panel 2G:
Chair: Jeffries
Versions of the Electronic Archive (2379)
Les versions de l’archive électronique
10:45-12:15
CJ 4-246
Straw, William
Aberrant Histories and the Budget DVD Set
Charles, Morgan
The Way We Were: The NFB and the Digitization of National Memory
Mickiewicz, Paulina
“Making Things Public”: Google vs. The Library
Panel 2H:
Chair: Straw
Science, Health and Technology
Science, santé et technologie
10:45-12:15
CJ 4-320
Chair: Millerand
Aceti, Victoria
Exploring mHealth Solutions: A Case Study on the Impact of Mobile Health
Communication on Interdisciplinary Communication in an Ontario Hospital
(2042)
Gratton-Gagné,
Olivier
Understanding the plurality of data sharing practices in science (2090)
Gentillon, Teilhard
Les allégories du 4e écran : analyse du rôle des « Smart Apps » dans le remodelage
de la radio traditionnelle (2206)
Goyette, Marc-Olivier Les logiques de ré-intermédiation de l’information journalistique en ligne : les
C.
exemples de Google et Yahoo (2242)
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12:15-1:15
Lunch
CJ Atrium
Canadian Communication Association Annual General Meeting
CJ 1.114
Graduate Annual General Meeting
CJ 5th floor lounge
1:15-2:45
Media Ecology and the Changing State of Communication and Media Studies (2555)
L’écologie des médias et l’état changeant de la communication et de l’étude des médias
Panel 3A:
1:15-2:45
CJ 5-223
Chair: Lipton
Lipton, Mark; Rose, Ellen; Grosswiler, Paul; Reilly, Ian & Flayhan, Donna
Panel 3B:
Panel: Editing and Publishing Harold Innis’s Unpublished Writings:
History of Communications (1940-1952) & an Autobiographical Memoir (1952)
Réviser et publier les écrits non-publiés de Harold Innis : histoire des communications
(1940-1952) et un mémoire autobiographique (1952)
1:15-2:45
CJ 2-409
Buxton, William J.
Innis’s Writing of the History of Communications Manuscript: Towards a
Periodization and Contextualization (2360)
Heyer, Paul
History from the Inside: Harold Innis’s Autobiographical Memoir (2360)
Cheney, Michael
Editing the History of Communications Manuscript - Challenges and Choices
(2360)
Panel 3C:
Chair: Stolow
Placing Sound
Situer le son
Chairs: Roburn & Chen
Respondent: Paquette
1:15-2:45
CJ 3-307
Roburn, Shirley
Sound and sense: the call of wild language (2395)
Chen, Cecilia
Mapping Waters: Sounding Out the Lachine Rapids (2474)
Akiyama, Mitchell
Transparent Listening: Soundscape Composition’s Objects of Study (2499)
Fauteux, Brian
Geographic and Conceptual Sites in Campus/Community Radio Policy Review
(2498)
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Panel 3D:
Vital Communication: Exploring Information ‘Life’ Between Human, Animal and
Machine (2507)
Communication vitale : explorer la « vie » de l’information entre l’humain, l’animal et la
machine
1:15-2:45
CJ 4-240
Hamilton, Sheryl
Colourful metaphors, ecstatic revolutions and cosmic aspirations: Rereading
Cybernetics and The Human Use of Human Beings (2493)
Shiga, John
Animality and Information: Exploring Nonhuman Otherness in Postwar
Interspecies Communication Research (2511)
Robinson, Sandra
Networks of Vitality (2497)
Panel 3E:
Chair: Shiga
Health and Communication
Santé et communication
1:15-2:45
CJ 3-306
Kushniryk, Alla &
Wertz , Emma
How immigrant Eastern European women define health: Cultural impacts on the
evaluation and response to health and illness (2256)
Berry, Sarah
The power to choose”: discourses of difference and promises of empowerment in
HPV vaccination campaigns (2284)
Ironstone-Catterall,
Penelope Lee
Constructing the Pandemic: Anxiety, Controversy, and Conspiracy, or, What’s in a
Name? (2335)
Campbell, Patricia
Boundaries and Risk: Media Framing of Reproductive Technologies and Older
Mothers (2353)
Panel 3F:
Chair: Ironstone-Catterall
Culture, Ideology & International Communication
Culture, idéologie et communication internationale
1:15-2:45
CJ 5-305
McPail, Thomas
Trends in International Communication/Media (2069)
Douai, Aziz
The new(s) audience: Perceptions of international broadcasters in the Arab world
(2023)
Sutherland, Alim
Translation Consequence: The Crusade for Information in Wartime
Communications (2001)
Padovani, Claudia
Panel 3G:
Chair: McPhail
Rethinking power in world politics: the empowering potential of media monitoring
and gender-based advocacy networks. Reflections on the Global Media Monitoring
Project (2321)
Social Media
Médias sociaux
1:15-2:45
CJ 4-246
Matrix, Sidneyeve
Modern love, socnet style: digital technologies for hooking up, breaking up, and
stepping out (2286)
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Chair: Staseson
June 1, 2010 – Day 1 : CJ Building, Loyola Campus
Reyes Garcia, Pedro
L’importance des autres dans la signification de l’usage d’Internet (2577)
Nicholson, Judith
Picture This: The Digital Divide in Canada (2281)
van Wyck, Lindsay
Virtual Unreality: Online Behaviours and Distorted Presentations of Self on
Facebook (2220)
Panel 3H:
Cultural Studies
1:15-2:45
CJ 4-320
Brassard, Jeffrey
Raymond
The Dual Between History and Memory: Post-Soviet Identity in Television Fiction
(2026)
Dick, Michael
Twenty years of unnecessary forward slashes: A case
study problematizing the World Wide Web’s modernization paradigm (2066)
Palka, Christine
Ashley
Chair: Condeza
Understanding the Hip-Hop Community: How Vibe Magazine Influences
Representation (2299)
Bellerive, Karine
Analyse de la réception, par des lectrices de la génération X, de cinq récits
d’autofiction publiés par les auteures québécoises Marie-Sissi Labrèche, Nelly
Arcan et Mélika Abdelmoumen (2259)
2:45-3:00 BREAK
3:00-4:30
Panel 4A:
Embodied Culture
La culture incarnée
3:00-4:30
CJ 5-223
Ghebaur, Cosmina
Chair: Lancelette
L’exposition photographique en extérieur ou la fabrique du non-public (2361)
Lussier, Martin
Museum and “Living Heritage” (2368)
Guèvremont, Jeanne;
Perreault, Stéphane &
Taylor, Donald M.
Les valeurs en tant qu’indicateurs de la signature musicale d’un pays : Le cas des
hymnes nationaux (2170)
Panel 4B:
Ethnic Media
Médias ethniques
3:00-4:30
CJ 2-409
Chair: McAllister
Marcheva, Marta
Modern Minority Media: Bulgarian Diaspora Identity Management on Facebook
(2227)
Hirji, Faiza
Life on the Margins: The Evolution of the Muslim Press in North America (2455)
Aguayo, Michelle
Ethnic Media as “Alternative Media”?: An Examination of a Spanish-Language
Newspaper El Popular (2314)
Njepang, Luidor Nono Des radios françaises au parfum d’Afrique (2302)
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Panel 4C:
On Material Worlds (2275)
Sur les mondes matériels
3:00-4:30
CJ 3-307
Moonsammy,
Samantha
The American Bride Online - Wedding Planning in the Age of the Internet (2244)
Kuruc, Katarina
Remembering Red: Commodities and Nostalgia in Post-communist Eastern
Europe (2296)
Truman, Emily
T-Shirt Revolution: material culture, popular politics and ‘icons of change’ (2275)
Smith-Kennedy,
Kathryn
It’s About You”: Nike, Livestrong and the Productive Consumer-Citizen (2216)
Panel 4D:
Chair: Allor
Mediated Environments: Gardens and Landscape
Environnements médias : jardins et paysage
3:00-4:30
CJ 4-240
McKim, Joel
Landscapes of Immunity: The Transformation of New York’s Fresh Kills (2365)
Paquette, David
Feeling the Sharawadji: A Study of Sounds in Gardens (2306)
Davis, Heather
Growing Collectives: Haha + Flood (2324)
Panel 4E:
Moderators: Gagnon & Despard
Joint Panel with the Canadian Historical Assocation: Canadian Media and Politics
Discussion jointe avec la Société historique du Canada : les médias canadiens et la politique
3:00-4:30
CJ 3-306
Koerber, Duncan
Style over Substance: Newspaper Coverage of Early Election Campaigns in Canada
(2472)
Cairns, James
“A parliament of man becomes a parliament of women”: Constructing femininity
through mass mediated civic rituals, 1900-1945
Bowness, Suzanne
Our esteemed contributors: Tracking editorial relationships through the
correspondence corners of nineteenth-century Canadian magazines (2153)
Allen, Gene
The (Bi)National News: Canadian Press and the Service français in the 1960s
Panel 4F:
Chair: Vipond
Gender & Journalism
Le genre et le journalisme
3:00-4:30
CJ 5-305
Sampert, Shannon
Verbal Smack Down: Canadian Talk Radio (1977)
Cross, Kathleen Ann
“The more things change….”: The persistence of gender disparity in Canadian news
(2348)
Clarke, Debra M.
Journalism and the Political Exclusion of Women (2431)
Grandy, Karen
Keeping up with the Janeses: Women in Canadian Business magazine since 1977 (2490)
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Chair: G.G. Robinson
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Panel 4G:
Lived Culture & Communication
Culture vécue et communication
3:00-4:30
CJ 4-246
Burman, Jenny
Vernacular Multiculturalism (2506)
Manjikian, Lalai
Refugee “In-Betweenness”: A Proactive Existence (2533)
Boutros, Alexandra
‘My real’ll make yours a rental’: Hip hop, sampling, copyright and Canada (2539)
Aylwin, Nicole
Cultural Diversity: Part of Our Heritage (2257)
Panel 4H:
Chair: Roth
Global Issues
Questions mondiales
3:00-4:30
CJ 4-320
Chair: Gardiner
Hayes, Katie
Chinese Perspectives on Environmental Sustainability: The Shaping of Public
Opinion (2212)
Khayat, Valerie
Reconstitutive Rhetoric in Live 8: A Social Movement for the Global Citizen
(2441)
Zhang, Yang
Three Performances in the Bird’s Nest? -- A Comparison of the International
Broadcasts of the Beijing Olympic Opening Ceremony (2505)
4:30-6:00
Keynote Speaker: Lisa Gitelman
“From Format to Genre: A Note on Documentary Culture”
Introduction by S. Gabriele
(SP S110)
6:00-9:00
Reception and book launch
CCA and the G.G. Robinson prizes
DJ: Owen Chapman
(CJ Atrium)
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June 2, 2010 – Day 2
John Molson Building, Downtown (Sir George Williams) Campus
9:00-10:30
Panel 1A:
Journalism – Core Values
Journalisme – valeurs fondamentales
9:00-10:30
MB 6-255
Chernomas, Robert
Chair: Knox
The Gatekeeper: 60 Years of Economics According to the New York Times (2067)
Bass, Alan Michael
Official sources and primary definers in Canadian news (2072)
Ghaseminehad, Amir
Hassan
An Informatics Theory of Democratic Journalism (2219)
Shapiro, Ivor
“The essence of journalism is a discipline of verification...” or is it? (2397)
Panel 1B:
Communication Technologies and the Idea of History
Les technologies de la communication et l’histoire
9:00-10:30
MB 5-275
Chair: Acland
Martino, Luiz Claudio Histoire de la Communication : les perspectives de l’historien et du
communicologue (2484)
Pietrzyk, Kamilla
Terzic, Marilyn
Panel 1C:
Modern communication technologies as motor of social acceleration (2053)
From Etobicoke to HBO: The History of Pay Television in Canada (2546)
Emerging Tech and Media Theory
La théorie émergente sur la technologie et les médias
9:00-10:30
MB 5-245
Vieta, Marcelo
Alejandro
Remembering Herbert Marcuse’s Post-Technological Rationality of Liberation
(2273)
Cote, Mark Edward
Media Theory 2.0: Harold Innis and The (Non) Local Body (2340)
Mitchell, Christine
Under Deconstruction: Weaver’s New Tower (2547)
McKelvey, Fenwick
Pattern (Mis)Recognition: Can the Pirate Bay elude Transitive Control (2530)
Panel 1D:
Chair: Barney
Labour and Communicative Capitalism
Le travail et le capitalisme communicationnel
9:00-10:30
MB 5-265
Brophy, Enda
Labour Struggles in the Global Call Centre Industry (2384)
Cohen, Nicole
Writing and Resisting in Communicative Capitalism (2384)
de Peuter, Greig
Labour and the Globalizing Game Factory (2384)
Hennessy, Niamh
Toward a Labor Theory of Communication: A Semiotic Intervention (2400)
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Chair: Shade
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Panel 1E:
Intellectual Property & Information Policy
Propriété intellectuelle et politique en matière d’information
9:00-10:30
MB 5-255
Wagman, Ira &
Urquhart, Peter
Some Ways of Thinking About Geo-Blocking in Canada (2405)
Reilly, Ian
The Curious Case of Canadian Satire: Censorship, Cultural Regulation, and
Copyright (2098)
Rees, Ann E.
Sustaining Secrecy: Executive Branch Resistance to Access to Information in
Canada (2177)
Dakroury, Aliaa I.
Privacy and the Right “Not” To Communicate in the Canadian Media Policy (2488)
Panel 1F:
Chair: Urquhart
Development & Communications Discourse
Discours sur le développement et la communication
9:00-10:30
MB 5-215
Nakanuku, Louisa
The Influence of American Social Thought on the Modernization Thesis: New
Insights that offers Clues on the Triggers of Social Change (2232)
Knezevic, Irena
Development and Democracy: The Language of European Union’s Enlargement
Policy (2346)
Khan, Shamshad
Malthusian Arithmetic?: Indian Public health campaigns against HIV/AIDS and
the rhetoric of “dual benefits (2425)
Schnoor, Steven
The New Spirit of Development: Governmentality and the Politics of Legitimacy
in Resistance to Canadian Mining Projects in Central America (2285)
Panel 1G:
Chair: Moumouni
Organizational Communication
Communication organisationnelles
9:00-10:30
MB 6-240
Chair: Fayad
Cooren, François
Organizational Communication as Ventriloquism (1988)
McDonald, James
The Implications of the Communicative Constitution of Occupations on
Performances of Identity in the Workplace (2017)
Fayad, François &
Lambotte, François
Collective sensemaking in a virtual team (2262)
Fox, Stephanie J.
Talk, Text, and the Accomplishment of Interprofessional Collaboration: The Case
of Acute Care Teams (2512)
Panel 1H:
Gouvernance et communication 1: Problématisations
Governance and Communication 1: Problematisations
9:00-10:30
MB 6-425
Chair: Kane
George, Éric
Introduction critique à la notion de gouvernance (2102)
Mondoux, André
La gouvernance au détriment de la polis
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Sénécal, Michel
Rapports de forces et inégalités sociales dans la gouvernance des systèmes
médiatiques (2359)
Loum, Ndiaga
Les défis que pose la cybercriminalité à la gouvernance et/ou à la régulation
politique et juridique
Kane, Oumar
Présentation de la Session 1 «Gouvernance et communication : Problématisations (2202)
10:30-10:45 BREAK
10:45-12:15
Panel 2A:
10:45-12:15
Audiences and Foreign News
Auditoires et nouvelles internationales
MB 6-255
Chair: Pope
Goodrum, Abby;
Godo, Elizabeth &
Pope, Richard
Eid, Mahmoud & AlHashash, Mohammed
2356
Panel 2B:
Audience Responses to Foreign News in Canada (2467)
Gaza in the Hub of Communicating Israeli-Palestinian Political Terrorism (2356)
Mass Culture and Its Institutions
La culture de masse et ses institutions
10:45-12:15
MB 5-275
Bannerman, Sara
Canada, the United States, and the Berne Convention, 1886-1971: Lessons for
Today (2079)
Porter, Nikki
When TV met the VCR: Hollywood’s responses to the original time-shifter (2354)
Niquette, Manon
The interplay between the transformation of museums and the history of
communication research (2477)
Nesselroth-Woyzbun,
Eva J.
Excavating and exploring digital remains in the Valley: The Computer History
Museum as artifact (2501)
Panel 2C:
Chair: Niquette
Communication and Power
Communication et pouvoir
10:45-12:15
MB 5-245
Doucet, Roddy
Regulating the Regulators: How changes in Canadian regulatory governance
reinforce neo-liberal relations of power (2134)
Mackrael, Kim
Canada’s “First Family of Terrorism (2412)
Amend, Elyse
Us versus Them: Canadian newspaper coverage of the 1997 One-to-One
Challenge of Champions (2205)
Lemarier-Saulnier,
Catherine
Politiciennes : féminité ou travail ; une étude sur la médiatisation des femmes
politiques (2092)
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Panel 2D:
Emerging Media and Politics 1
Médias émergents et politique 1
10:45-12:15
MB 5-265
Doran, Steven
Citizenship and Mobile Communications Technologies: There’s an App for That
(2055)
Sorochan, Caley Erin
Flash Mobs, Social Networking and Social Space (2442)
Peekhaus, Wilhelm
Monsanto Discovers New Social Media (2024)
Draper, Nora Ruth
Addario
Defining Citizenship in a Digital Age: Exploring Youth Constructions of
Citizenship and Preferences for Online Civic Engagement (2073)
Panel 2E:
Chair: Giasson
Labour Issues in Journalism
Le travail journalistique
10:45-12:15
MB 5-255
Nait-Bouda, Faïza
Enjeux et Stratégies d’acteurs autour des journalistes pigistes (2128)
Gomez, Gabriela
Drug-traficking and violence in Mexican media (2578)
Compton, James &
Benedetti, Paul
Exploiting the Hive of Journalistic Labour: Why the worst reporters are better than
the best bees (2207)
Newhook, Susan
“Entrepreneurial Journalism” and getting over ourselves (2203)
Panel 2F:
Chair: Waddell
Strategic Invisibilities
Invisibilités stratégiques
10:45-12:15
MB 5-215
Palacios, Lena Carla
Degenerate Victims, Dark Vigilantes and Respectable Citizens: The Race to
Innocence in Canadian News Discourse (2088)
Lee, Edward Ou Jin
Visualizing the Margins - Queer People of Colour in Canada (2100)
Wong, Alan D.
The Winter of Our Discontent: “Reasonable Accommodation,” the Media and the
2007 Quebec Election (2123)
Agard, Rawle Gavin
Jagged Little Pill: Multiculturalism, Neoliberal Governmentality and Canada’s New
Citizenship (2278)
Panel 2G:
Chair & respondent: Mahrouse (2146)
Theoretical & Methodological Challenges to Social Media Studies
Les défis théoriques et méthodologiques dans l’étude des médias sociaux
10:45-12:15
MB 6-240
Chair: Elmer
Elmer, Greg
Thinking out of the Box: Toward a Progressive Politics of Live Research (2460)
Werbin, Kenneth
Spookipedia: National Intelligence, Social Media, and Biopolitics (2371)
Milberry, Kate
Tactics and technologies of resistance in the Surveillance Society (2586)
Langlois, Ganaele
Online Participatory Culture, Power and Differentiality (2475)
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Panel 2H:
Gouvernance et communication II: enjeux économiques et politiques du secteur culturel
(2300)
Governance and Communication II: Economic and Political Issues in the Cultural Sector
10:45-12:15
MB 6-425
Chair: George
Kane, Oumar
Des industries culturelles aux industries créatives. Implications discursives et
pratiques (2147)
Aubin, France
Gouvernance et diversité culturelle (2313)
Ménard, Marc
Mutations de l’industrie musicale et évolution des droits d’auteur (2582)
12:15-1:15
Lunch
Canadian Journal of Communication (CJC) Annual General Meeting
MB 14-250
Interest group meetings:
Room MB 6-260
1:15-2:45
Panel 3A:
Classroom to Newsroom
De la salle de classe à la salle nouvelles
1:15-2:45
MB 6-255
Vallance-Jones, Fred
When students become the investigators (2491)
McNeilly, Anne
Going where no news has gone before (2445)
Currie, Timothy
Online Journalism Education in Canada: A Survey of Instructional Methods
(2258)
Srivastava, Vinita &
Neil, Janice
Media production to empower marginalized youth: The Verse City Project (2277)
Panel 3B:
Chair: Toughill
Media History & Sound
Histoire des médias et son
1:15-2:45
MB 5-275
Theberge, Paul
Sonic Mediations: Challenges of/to Sound Studies (2559)
Devine, Kyle
Loud and clear? Volume and the history of sound reproduction (2561)
Everrett, Tom
On Deaf Ears… a Brief History of Headphones and Communication (2562)
Hecker, Tim
Safe Passage through Loudness: The Diaphone in Nautical Communication (2534)
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Chair: Theberge
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Panel 3C:
On Civility
Sur la civilité
1:15-2:45
MB 5-245
Sawchuk, Kim
Un-civil society: Privacy, depression and the public diagnosis of Natalie Blanchard
(2536)
Henderson, Lisa H.
This *is* your grandmother’s civility (2459)
Nadeau, Chantal
HomoEducation and the Nation (2458)
Panel 3D:
Chair: Henderson
First Nations and Media
Premières Nations et médias
1:15-2:45
MB 5-265
Crandall, Joanie
The Lens of Intersubjectivity: A Reflective Construal Approach (2401)
Jones, Jessi
A comparison between Atlantic First Nations and Non-First Nations peoples’ use
and perception of online video (2241)
O’Donnell,Susan;
Milliken, Mary &
Chong, Corinna
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Remote and Rural First
Nation Communities in Canada: An Overview (2132)
Brady, Miranda Jean
Mediating Indigenous Identity in the Museum: Stories of Survivance in the
Canadian Museum of Civilization’s First Peoples Hall (2574)
Panel 3E:
Chair: Roth
Parliamentary Discourse
Discours parlementaires
1:15-2:45
MB 5-255
Cairns, James &
Ferguson, Susan
Human Rights Revisionism and the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat
Antisemitism (2070)
Goldie, Janis
Institutionalizing Scandal: A Canadian Case Study (2143)
Sevigny, Alex Georges
& Savage, Phillip
David
The Canadian Question Period Project: A First Report (2094)
Malik, Rayhan A.
Analyzing the Political Language of Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party:A
Critical Discourse Analysis Approach (2218)
Panel 3F:
Chair: Savage
Screens and Images
Écrans et images
1:15-2:45
MB 5-215
Chair: Acland
Lester, Peter
Digital Projection: Assessing the Transition (2503)
Diduck, Ryan
Alexander
Reach Out And Touch Something (That Touches You Back (2096)
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Lombardo, Evelyne &
Angélini, Christine
Panel 3G:
L’image virtuelle : un savoir en rupture (2482)
Global Flows of Refugees and Migrants: Discursively Managing and Remaking the
Economic North
La circulation mondiale des réfugiés et des migrants : gérer discursivement et refaçonner le
Nord économique
1:15-2:45
MB 6-240
McAllister, Kirsten E.
Outside of Time: Asylum and Re-imaging the City of Glasgow (2124)
Padilla, Fernando
Camacho
Political Transformations in Sweden: from the 1970s Latin American solidarity
committees to the present (2121)
Moldes, Marcos
Banditos and Gypsies Jumping the Queue: Media Framing of Refugees in Canada’s
National Newspapers
Singh, Milan
Diaspora, Citizenship, and Acts of Terror: Understanding Identity through the Air
India Bombing (2292)
Panel 3H:
Chair: McAllister
Rethinking Research
Repenser la recherche
1:15-2:45
MB 6-425
Chair: Sikka
Provencal, Johanne
Scholarly communication and knowledge mobilization: A “zero-sum language
game” (2476)
Chapman, Owen
Methodologies of Research-Creation: Proposals for different criteria, practices and
results (2352)
Morrison, Heather
Open Content Alliance versus Google Books (2332)
Mohabeer Ravindra N. The medium is dead, long live the media (2247)
2:45-3:00 BREAK
3:00-4:30
Panel 4A:
3:00-4:30
Feature Writing in Journalism / L'écriture du reportage
MB 6-255
Chair: Gillespie
Gillespie, Bruce; Farr, Moira; Hays, Matthew & Shapiro, Ivor
Panel 4B:
Mediated Spectacles & Cultural Consumption
Spectacles médiates et consommation culturelle
3:00-4:30
MB 5-275
Lam, Anita
Circulating Knowledge: Writing ‘The Bridge’ (2174)
Rennie, James
It’s All in the Game: The School, The University, and The Wire (2047)
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Chair: Mohabeer
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deWaard, Andrew
You can’t fight synergy, Lemon - It’s bigger than all of us: 30 Rock, General
Electric, and the Boardroom (2260)
Roth, Lorna Frances
“Reconciliation” Cinema: Reflections on its Status in Mediating Difficult Social
Relations (2509)
Panel 4C:
New Media and Art
Nouveaux médias et art
3:00-4:30
MB 5-245
Charrieras, Damien
New Media Artists Practices and technological trajectories : a Montreal based case
studie (2468)
Madden, David
Moving Beyond the Analog/Digital Divide: The Affect of Timbre in Private
Listening Contexts (2510)
Morris, Jeremy Wade
Music Everywhere: Sounds in the Cloud (2369)
Martin, Marcienne
La pratique diaristique sur Internet (2362)
Panel 4D:
Chair: Chapman
Intertextualities
Intertextualités
3:00-4:30
MB 5-265
Chair: Hancox
Massicotte, Claudie
Connexions du passé : étude des espaces hantés dans Le confessionnal de Robert
Lepage (2411)
Gutenko, Gregory Peter Impermanence and the Forest (2249)
Nelson, Wade Gordon
James
Aficionados: The Enduring Audience for Print Magazines? (2357)
Emmerton, Lisa
Traveling Texts: Multimodal Intertextuality in the Works of Douglas Coupland (2410)
Panel 4E:
Digital Interfaces
Interfaces numériques
3:00-4:30
MB 5-255
Watson, Matthew
Open Internet and Cultural Production: Theory and Praxis (2589)
Bergstrom, Kelly M.
& Paradis, Tamara
Going for gold: How World of Warcraft’s small tweak made big changes in player
interaction (2462)
Buiani, Roberta
When ethnography fails. computer virus writers vs virus analysts: an alternative
look at viral communities (2543)
Panel 4F:
Chair: Allor
Education
Éducation
3:00-4:30
MB 5-215
Chair: Guilar
Guilar, Joshua Douglas Enhancing Learning through Technology (1990)
Alcantara, Christophe
Les pratiques communicationnelles à l’oeuvre en situation d’e-learning: Des
communautés virtuelles à la notion de configuration (2148)
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Thurlow, Amy Blair
Blurring boundaries of public and private communication in the virtual classroom
(2235)
Lipton, Mark
Digital Media and ICTs in the Classroom (2309)
Panel 4G:
Corporate Discourse
Discours corporatifs
3:00-4:30
MB 6-240
Sumner, Lisa
Rebranding Seagram’s after the Quiet Revolution (2538)
Cukier, Wendy; Ryan,
Peter Malachy &
Hodson, Jaigris
A Critical Discourse Analysis of Dot-coms in the Media: Comparing Yahoo.com
and Webvan.com during the 2000 Market Crash (2550)
Coulter, Natalie
Panel 4H:
Chair: Shade
Silk Pyjamas and Bunny Ears: The construction of the playboy personae (2576)
Advocacy, Activism and Agendas
Défense d’une cause, activisme et agendas
3:00-4:30
MB 6-425
Landry, Normand
Activism at the Crossroads: Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation, Social
Movements, and the Juridification of Public Debates in Canada (2068)
Grosenick, Georgina
Advocacy as negotiated order: a study of non-profit public communication practices
(2209)
Chernov, Gennadiy
Agenda setting and attitude change: the role of the Elaboration Likelihood Model
(2107)
Jeppesen, Sandra
Chair: Lentz
Alternative knowledge: discourses-in-action of Montreal activist collectives and
networks (2370)
4:30-6:00
Keynote speaker: Toby Miller
“Why Do So Many First World Academics Think Cultural Imperialism is Old Hat
When So Many Other People Don’t?”
Introduction by Will Straw
(MB S2-210)
6:00-7:30
Joint reception with FSAC
(Location: Grey Nuns Building)
7:30-9:00
PANEL: The Image Mill
(DB Clarke Theatre - Doors open at 7 p.m.)
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John Molson Building, Downtown (Sir George Williams) Campus
9:00-10:30
Panel 1A:
Roundtable: Reframing Social Justice
Table ronde: Recadrer la justice sociale
9:00-10:30
MB 5-255
Chair: Shade
Shade, Leslie Regan; Hennessy, Trish; Moll, Marita; Greenberg, Josh & Smeltzer, Sandra (2390)
Panel 1B:
Canadian Cultural Policy
Politique culturelle canadienne
9:00-10:30
MB 5-275
Beale, Alison
Blindspots in Canadian Cultural Policy (2584)
Deveau, Danielle
Jeanine
Cultural policy and the creation of the urban carnival industry (2587)
Woo, Benjamin
Whose policy? Which culture?: Putting “audiences” and “consumers” into cultural
policy studies (2588)
Pickersgill
Space Matters: Exploring Spaces of Vernacular Creativity... (2584)
Chair: Beale
Panel 1C:
Diversity in Journalism
La diversité dans le journalisme
9:00-10:30
MB 5-245
McMahon, Rob
Peace Journalism and Global Journalism: The Contributions and Critiques to
Intercultural Communications (2432)
Perigoe, Ross E.
Young Journalist Workshops: Reaching out to minorities (2282)
Lindgren, April
Making sense of the city: An ethnic newspaper’s role in shaping newcomer
perceptions of the Greater Toronto (2074)
Charmarkeh,
Houssein
La gestion des pratiques médiatiques: les médias ethniques les plus populaires chez
les Somaliens au Canada (2129)
Panel 1D:
Chair: Gasher
Communication and Governance
Communication et gouvernance
9:00-10:30
MB 5-265
Chair: Kuffert
Dawson, Joseph
Constructing and Maintaining Global Governance through international trade policy
language found on the web (2418)
Padovani & Hintz
Mapping Global Media Policy: Concepts, Frameworks, Methods (2319)
Mawani, Aysha
Communication Policy Research and the "Politics of Documentation":
Probing Sites of Resistance and Sites of Representation (2430)
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Panel 1E:
Technologie, médias et société
Technology, Media and Society
9:00-10:30
MB 6-255
Ben Affana, Synda
(Re)penser l’appropriation sociale de l’Internet. Le cas de Facebook (2464)
Makhloufi,
Abdelouahab
L’intégration des TICE dans le système algérien d’enseignement et
de recherche (2253-2248)
Hare, Isabelle &
Darani, Mahsa Yousefi
Les formes contemporaines de l’information en Iran, durant les élections
présidentielles de juin 2009 : du Ministère des Renseignements et de la Sécurité à
Twitter et Facebook. (2239)
Panel 1F:
Chair: Ben Affana
Organizational Communication and PR
Communication organisationnelle et relations publiques
9:00-10:30
MB 5-215
Cordelier, Benoit
De l’objet au dispositif - Intégration de l’activité des acteurs dans les processus
organisationnels (2115)
David, Marc D. &
Motulsky, Bernard
Enquête sur les pratiques généralement acceptées en gestion des communications
(2234)
Casemajor, Nathalie
Marchandisation vs démocratisation ? La diffusion du patrimoine culturel sur le
Web (2165)
FitzGerald, Ian
Colonizing the digital landscape for fun & profit: Specialization at Critical Mass (2172)
Panel 1G:
Chair: Cordelier
Culture and Communication
Culture et communication
9:00-10:30
MB 6-260
Madeley, June
Reading Transnational Culture: Gender, Fan and Reading Practices Among
Readers of English Translated Manga in Anglo-North America. (2041)
Jaya, Peruvemba S. &
Ahmed, Rukhsana
A Comparison of Communicative Practices in Bangladeshi Muslim and Indian
Hindu Marriage Rituals (2552)
Ng, Uli
Perceptions of Community in a Multicultural Student Residence: The
Manifestation of Contact Hypothesis in a Residential Setting (2145)
Dechief, Diane
Yvonne
Going places, changing names: Contextualizing immigration-related name changes
in Ontario (1990-2008) (2473)
Panel 1H:
Chair: Ironstone-Catterall
Networked Worlds
Mondes en réseaux
9:00-10:30
MB 6-425
Hanke, Bob
Notes from the Network University (2339)
van der Veen, Jon
8 Reasons Why List-making is Important for an Understanding of Online
Communication (2523)
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Chair: Hanke
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Ryan, Peter Malachy
Google Books Search and the Supposed End of the Book (2565)
Choukah, Sarah
Ventriloquism and Negociated Understanding in Free Software Culture (2502)
Panel 1I:
Collaboration in Practice: The Role of Technologies
Collaboration en pratique : le rôle des technologies
9:00-10:30
MB S2-135
Chair: Heaton
Heaton, Lorna
Contributing, collaborating and federating knowledge across boundaries : the Tela
Botanica network (2382)
Millerand, Florence
E-Science : How large-scale collaboration technologies challenge relationships to
scientific knowledge (2540)
Proulx, Serge &
Millette, Mélanie
Information Circulation Using Twitter: Aggregation, Broadcasting and Relaying
(2529)
10:00-12:00
Special
Panel
Critical Landscape Studies Panel
Group d’étude critique sur les paysages
10:00-12:00
FOFA GALLERY
EV Building, 1515 St.
Catherine’s Street
van Wyck, Peter
Footbridge at Atwater (2521)
Staseson, Rae
A Biography of Place (2204)
Zilberstein, Anya
An inexact science: the natural history of colonial landscapes (2184)
Didur, Jill
The Picturesque Archive: Countercolonial Landscapes in Postcolonial Fiction
(2184)
Sloan, Johanne
For the birds (2255)
Chair: Sawchuk
10:30-10:45 BREAK
10:45-12:15
Panel 2A:
Convergence
10:45-12:15
MB 5-255
Chair: Brin
Carbasse, Renaud
Les stratégies d’implantation des quotidiens montréalais sur le Web : Internet
comme prolongement des stratégies traditionnelles de valorisation de l’information
généraliste (2210)
Bernier, MarcFrançois
Les journalistes face à la convergence des médias au Québec : les raisons d’un rejet
massif (2328)
Brin, Colette &
Soderlund, Walter
Innovating in a crisis: Canadian media actors assess the state of convergence (2330)
Pritchard, David
Changes in Quebec Journalists’ Professional Values, 1981-2007 (2322)
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Panel 2B:
Children, Youth and Media
Enfants, jeunes et médias
10:45-12:15
MB 5-275
Caron, Caroline
Un engagement invisible? Quand les adolescentes et les jeunes femmes produisent
leurs médias (2065)
Quail, Christine
Challenging the Hyper-Medicalization of Public Discourse and Policy Concerning
Children’s Television (2583)
Campos, Milton N. &
Grabovschi, Cristina
Natural logic and child communication development (2454)
Hasinoff, Amy Adele
Careless, irrational, and sex-crazed: Scientific models of adolescent sexuality in
news coverage of sexting (2310)
Panel 2C:
Chair: Grabovschi
Gendered Representations and Consumption
Représentations selon le genre et la consommation
10:45-12:15
MB 5-245
Wilhelm, Pierre
Female viewers’ attention to contravening ideals of feminine beauty broadcast to
them in TV ads and movies, and corresponding body esteem effects. (2217)
MacLennan, Anne
Frances
Gendered Widow(er) in Popular Media (2466)
Cruikshank, Lauren
In Virtual Fertilization: Reproducing Bodies in Digital Media (2393)
Panel 2D:
Chair: Jeppeson
Gaming / Le Jeu
10:45-12:15
MB 5-265
Rueff, Julien
Penser le mépris dans les mondes numériques: l'expérience de la vulnérabilité dans
les collectifs en ligne (2176)
Fratiloiu, Raluca,
Left 4 Dead: Videogames and the Rhetoric of Cooperation (2169)
Livermore, Owen
Splinter Sell: Digital Game Labour, University/Industry Collaboration and Montreal's
Ubisoft Campus (2544)
Panel 2E:
10:45-12:15
Chair: Gagnon
Université de Montréal 30th Anniversary Panel
Discussion sur le 30e anniversaire de l’Université de Montréal
MB 6-255
Chair: Cooren
Benoît-Barné, Chantal; Boudon, Pierre; Cooren, François; Méar, Annie; Taylor, James
Lunch will be provided to attendees.
Panel 2F:
10:45-12:15
War, Visuality and Cultural Memory
Guerre, visualité et mémoire culturelle
MB 5-215
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Chair: Jiwani
June 3, 2010 – Day 3 : John Molson Building, Downtown Campus
Foster, Derek S.
Bring out your dead: The rhetoric and visibility politics of patriating war casualties
(2381)
Fremeth, Howard
The Militarization of Canadian Culture and Collective Memory Since 1992 (2396)
Engle, Karen
Lee Miller’s Surreal War: Photography on the Front Lines of WWII (2406)
Lamasanu, Stefana
Televised Affect: The Political Production and Distribution of Ceausescu’s Death
(2545)
Panel 2G:
Mediations of Race
Médiations de la race
10:45-12:15
MB 6-260
Hawreliak, Jason
I Am Not an Animal, But You Are: Infra-Humanization in Contemporary Video
Games (2518)
Hancock, Michael
James
Seducing Blue Women: the Future of Race in the Mass Effect Video Game Series
(2450)
Rambukkana, Nathan
P.
Understanding Hybridity: Towards a Genealogy of a Concept (2551)
King, Alyson E.
Hating Everything: A graphic coming-of-age tale (2173)
Panel 2H:
Chair: Abraham
ICTs – Policies and practices (Emerging Media & Politics II)
TIC – Politiques et pratiques (médias émergents et politique II)
10:45-12:15
MB 6-425
Ben Moussa,
Mohamed
Chair: Shade
The role of the Internet in empowering women within Islamic countries: the case of
the Moroccan feminist movement (2524)
Bhattacharya, Sohini
Constructive Deconstruction of a “Knowledge-Based Economy”: A Comparative
Case Analysis between India and China’s KBE (2549)
Hintz, Arne
Digital Gatekeepers: New Challenges for Citizens’ Media (2519)
Touir, Ghada
L’Internet et les pratiques associatives en environnement au Québec (2078)
12:15-1:15 Lunch Break
1:20-2:30
Panel 3A:
Bloggers’ Universe /
L’univers du blogueur
1:20-2:30
MB 5-255
Chair: Godo
Godo, Elizabeth;
Thom, Jessica &
Goodrum, Abby
User Relevance Criteria for Blogs (2465)
Coyne, Michelle
DumpsterDineTO: An exploration of the blogosphere from the perspective of the
dumpster (2422)
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Panel 3B:
Cultural Production as Intervention (2449)
La production culturelle comme intervention
1:20-2:30
MB 5-275
Chair: Allor
Wallace, Jacqueline
Interpreting Blogs as Alternative Media: Discursive, Technological and Rhetorical
Conventions of Feminist Blogs as Sites of Resistance (2448)
Luka, Mary Elizabeth
Collaborative Art Creation and Activist Filmmaker Production as Alternative
Media (2535)
Millette, Mélanie
Internet Usage, Online Contributions and the Meaning of Their Style: A Case
Study of Montreal’s Independent Podcasters (2457/2592)
Panel 3C:
9/11 and aftermath
Le 11 septembre et ses séquelles
1:20-2:30
MB 5-245
Odartey-Wellington,
Felix
Erasing Race in the Media: The Case of Suaad Hagi Mohamud (2386)
Smolash, Wendy
Navaa
Citizens and ‘Terror Cells’: Narratives of Terrorism in The Globe and Mail and The
National Post (2579)
Belanger, Patrick
Wilson
Rhetorical Diplomacy / Global Security (2015)
Panel 3D:
Chair: Jiwani
Mediated Cultural Symbols
Symboles culturels médiates
1:20-2:30
MB 5-265
Ali, Christopher
“Of Logos, Owners and Cultural Intermediaries:” Defining an elite discourse in rebranding practices at three private Canadian television stations (2200)
Devereaux, Danielle
Rose
I [club] / I [heart] baby seals (2429)
Downes, Daniel &
Madeley, June M.
The Mouse is Dead, Long Live the Ogre: Shrek and the Boundaries of
Transgression (2040)
Lalancette, Mireille
The Obama effect in Canada or how Politicians on the South Side of the Border
affect our Assessment of Political Actors (2086)
Panel 3E:
Chair: P. van Wyck
Terms of Use
Modalités d’utilisation
1:20-2:30
MB 6-255
Fisher, Leigh &
Hogan, Mél
Video. Art. Problem (2150)
Zeffiro, Andrea
Coming to Terms with Participation: Free Use as Labour (2150)
Shepherd, Tamara
Contract as Policy: The Social Web’s Terms of Use (2150)
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Chair: Werbin
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Panel 3F:
Communication and Power: Audiences, Democracy and the Aesthetics of Truth
Communication et pouvoir : auditoires, démocratie et l’esthétique de la vérité
1:20-2:30
MB 5-215
Lithgow, Michael
Beautiful and Unexpected News: The Tactical Aesthetics of Mediated Truth (2435)
Klein, Reisa
Models of Democracy and Communication: A Genealogical Break (2487)
Winton, Ezra
I See Blue People: Implications for Democracy and Alternative Media Users in a
Post-Avatard Audience Studies Paradigm (2438)
Panel 3G:
Chair: Jeppesen
Graduate Student Roundtable: - Reflections on the Future of Canadian Communications
Table ronde des étudiants aux cycles supérieurs : réflexions sur l’avenir des communications
au Canada
1:20-2:30
MB 6-260
Chair: Gratton-Gagné
Moldes, Marcos
Daniel; Harvey, Alison;
State of the Discipline: Graduate student reflections on the future of Canadian
Feagan, Mathieu;
Communication Studies (2516)
Gratton-Gagné,
Olivier & Brassard, Jeff
Panel 3H:
Public Voices
Voix publiques
1:20-2:30
MB 6-425
Crowther, Christine
CBC’s First Annual Public Meeting: Engaging the “Public” (2413)
McLean, James S.
William Hogarth’s Gin Lane and Beer Street: The Emergence of Pictorial
Journalism (2085)
Gabrial, Brian;
Mullins, Ryan &
Toman, Pamela
Existential crisis! Canada’s press councils’ struggle for relevance in a new media
world (2391)
Panel 3I:
1:20-2:30
Chair: McLean
From Wireless Spectrum to Mobile Infrastructures (Roundtable – 2439)
Du champ sans fil aux infrastructures mobiles (Table ronde)
MB S2-135
Chair: Nicholson
Nicholson, Judith A.; Crow, Barbara; Longford, Michael & Sawchuk, Kim (2439)
2:30-4:30
PANEL:
The Futures of News and Journalism in the Internet and Mobile Age
Discussion : L’avenir de l’information et du journalisme à l’ère d’Internet et de la mobilité
de Sève Theatre (LB Building, room 125)
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Please note:
For your information
1. Wireless access is available to all registered conference delegates at both the Downtown and Loyola
campuses.
2. There are free shuttle buses running from Loyola to the Downtown campus throughout the day. On
June 1st, there will be special coaches to take delegates back from the CCA reception to the downtown
campus. The special buses will depart at 9:30 p.m. If you wish to leave earlier, the regular shuttle buses
will be operating.
3. Congress volunteers will be available at both sites. From the downtown campus, they will direct you to
the shuttle bus pick up zones, and at Loyola campus, they will direct you to the CJC building. Look
for a person wearing a T-shirt marked &uestions ? for help.
4. CCA grad student volunteers will also be on hand to direct you to the Science Pavilion where the
keynote speaker will be presenting.
5. A limited number of computers will be made available to delegates in the Learning Centre on the first
floor of the CJ building, in room 1.419.
6. There are some convenient businesses near Loyola Campus on Sherbrooke Street West, between West
Broadway Street and Patricia Avenue. These include a bank (CIBC), a coffee shop (Second Cup) and
a drugstore (Pharmaprix).
Veuillez noter :
Pour votre information
1. L’accès à Internet sans fil sera offert à tous les participants inscrits à la conférence et sera disponible au
campus du centre-ville ainsi qu’au campus Loyola.
2. Il y aura des navettes gratuites qui effectueront le trajet entre le campus Loyola et le campus du centreville tout au long de la journée. Le 1er juin, il y aura des autobus spéciaux qui pourront ramener les
participants au campus du centre-ville après la réception de l’ACC. Ces autobus partiront à 21 h 30. Si
vous désirez partir plus tôt, il sera possible d’emprunter les navettes habituelles.
3. Des bénévoles du Congrès seront disponibles aux deux campus. Au campus du centre-ville, ils pourront vous indiquer le lieu d’embarquement pour les navettes. Au campus Loyola, ils vous guideront au
pavillon CJ. Vous pourrez identifier ces bénévoles par leurs gilets portant le mot « Questions? ».
4. Des étudiants aux cycles supérieurs qui travaillent à titre de bénévoles de l’ACC seront présents afin de
vous diriger vers le pavillon des sciences, où le conférencier d’honneur effectuera sa communication.
5. Quelques ordinateurs seront mis à la disposition des participants. Ils sont situés dans le « Learning
Centre » au local 1.419 du premier étage du pavillon CJ.
6. Vous retrouverez quelques services utiles à proximité du campus Loyola sur la rue Sherbrooke Ouest,
entre ses intersections avec West Broadway et Patricia. Il y a une banque (CIBC) un café (Second Cup)
et une pharmacie (Pharmaprix).
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