No previous volume has collected as interesting and broad a collection of essays on Canadian discourse and culture. This volume of representative case studies reflects the Canadian experience in terms of discourse, society, and public culture, linking its discussions to larger political and social issues and theories. Topics include: BLConstitutional controversiesBLCultural sovereigntyBLFeminist voicesBLGlobalizationBLInternet issuesBLMarginalized communitiesBLNationalismBLNativity Multidisciplinary perspectives from a mix of established and emerging Canadian studies scholars converge in a highly readable, engaging, and unique book that offers a distinctive portrait of a nation not nearly as well understood as its proximity to the United States might suggest.Code of conduct. http: //www.caip.ca/caipcode.htm. Canadian Association of ... Canadian Radio Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). ( 1999, May 17). New media ... Hecht, M. E., 8c Neufeld, R. (2000). The Internet andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Civic discourse and cultural politics in Canada|
|Author||:||Sherry Devereaux Ferguson, Leslie Regan Shade|
|Publisher||:||Ablex Publishing Corporation - 2002|