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“Missed Opportunity”: The Oversight of Canadian Children’s Media
(Canadian Journal of Communication, 2016)
Canadian communication studies have largely ignored Canadian children’s media as a field of study. The children’s cultural industries in Canada are rich and diverse. This article argues that these cultural industries need ...
Locked In: Feminist Perspectives on Surviving on Academic Piecework
(New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry, 2015-03)
While increasing media attention is given to examining the status of contract faculty on university campuses there is little note made of the pervasiveness of women in these positions. This paper, by drawing on Marxist and ...
Separate Playgrounds: Surveying the Fields of Girls’ Media Studies and Boyhood Studies
(Canadian Journal of Communication, 2012)
Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places: Mythology of DWYL in the Neoliberal Marketplace of Academic Labour
(ESC: English Studies in Canada, 2014-12)