Media, Structures, and Power: The Robert E. Babe Collection
Media, Structures, and Power is a collection of the scholarly writing of Canada's leading communication and media studies scholar, Robert E. Babe. Spanning almost four decades of scholarship, the volume reflects the breadth of Babe's work, from media and economics to communications history and political economy.
Babe famously characterized Canadian scholars' distinctive contribution to knowledge as uniquely historical, holistic, and dialectical. The essays in Media, Structures, and Power reflect this particular strength. With a clarity of vision, Babe critiques mainstream economics, Canadian government policy, and postmodernist thought in social science. Containing introductions and contributions by other prominent scholars, this volume situates Babe's work within contemporary scholarship and underscores the extent to which he is one of Canada's most prescient thinkers. His interdisciplinary analyses will remain timely and influential well into the twenty-first century.
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- Page Count: 432 pages
- Illustrations: 1
- Dimensions: 6.0in x 1.1in x 9.0in
‘A collection of such a rich breadth of topics is a blessing for any new or seasoned scholar.’
Genevieve A. Bonin
Canadian Journal of Communication vol 39:2014
Author InformationEdward Comor is a professor and faculty scholar in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at the University of Western Ontario.
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