Publications

Books

Surveillance: Power, Problems and Politics. S. Hier and J. Greenberg (eds.) Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2009.

Communication in Question: Competing Perspectives on Controversial Issues in Communication Studies. J. Greenberg and C. Elliott (eds.) Toronto: Thomson Nelson, 2008.

The Surveillance Studies Reader. S. Hier and J. Greenberg (eds.) Buckingham: Open University Press, 2007.

Peer-reviewed articles

Risk Communication and the Disclosure Dilemma: The Case of the Ottawa Endoscopy Infection ‘Scare’. Journal of Professional Communication, 2(1): 53-75.

Talk of the Enemy: Adversarial Framing and Climate Change Discourse. Social Movement Studies, 10(4): 323-40, 2011 (with G. Knight).

Spinning Climate Change: Corporate and NGO PR Strategies in Canada and the United States. International Communication Gazette, 73(1/2): 65-82, 2011 (with E. Westersund and G. Knight).

NPO 2.0? Exploring the Web Presence of Environmental Nonprofit Organizations in Canada. Global Media Journal: Canadian Edition, 2(1): 63-88, 2009 (lead author with Maggie MacAulay).

CCTV Surveillance and the Poverty of Media Discourse: A Content Analysis of Canadian Newspapers. Canadian Journal of Communication, 34(3): 461-86, 2009 (lead author with Sean Hier).

Rethinking PR. Canadian Journal of Communication, 34(2): 183-87, 2009 (lead author with Graham Knight).

A Cold Cut Crisis: Listeriosis, Maple Leaf Foods, and the Politics of Apology. Canadian Journal of Communication, 34(2): 189-204, 2009 (lead author with Charlene Elliott).

Building Communicative Capacity in the Third Sector: Research from Canada. Third Sector Review, 14(2): 51-74, 2008 (lead author with G. Grosenick).

Media, Communication and the Establishment of Public Camera Surveillance Programs in Canada. Media, Culture & Society, 29: 575-91, 2007 (second author with Sean Hier, Kevin Walby and Daniel Lett).

Homelessness and Media Activism in the Voluntary Sector: A Case Study. The Philanthropist, 20(2): 131-52, 2006 (lead author with Tim May and Charlene Elliott).

This News May Come as a Shock: The Politics and Press Coverage of Electricity Reform in Ontario, 1995-2002. Canadian Journal of Communication, 30(2): 233-58 , 2005.

Promoting Philanthropy? News Coverage of the Canadian Voluntary Sector. Voluntas, 15(4): 383-404, 2004 (Lead author; with David Walters).

Tories, Teachers and the Media Politics of Education Reform: News Discourse and the 1997 Ontario Teachers’ Strike. Journalism Studies, 5(3): 353-72, 2004.

Framing Sweatshops: Nike, Global Manufacturing and the American News Media. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 1(2): 171-95, 2004 (Lead author; with Graham Knight).

Framing and Temporality in Political Cartoons: A Critical Analysis of Visual News Discourse. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 29(2): 181-98, 2002.

Constructing a Discursive Crisis: Risk, Problematization and Illegal Chinese in Canada. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 25(3): 490-513, 2002 (second author with Sean Hier).

Promotionalism and Subpolitics: Nike and Its Labor Critics. Management Communication Quarterly, 15(4): 541-70, 2002 (second author with Graham Knight).

Crisis, Mobilization and Collective Problematization: Illegal Chinese and the Canadian News Media. Journalism Studies, 2001, 2(4): 563-83, 2001 (lead author with Sean Hier).

Opinion Discourse and Canadian Newspapers: The Case of the Chinese Boat People. Canadian Journal of Communication, 25(4): 517-29, 2000.

Book Chapters

Communication, Crisis and Contaminated Meat: A Tale of Two Food Scares. In C. Elliott (ed.) How Canadians Communicate About Food. Calgary: Athabasca University Press, Forthcoming (co-author with C. Elliott).

Flack Attack: the “Problem” of Public Relations. In L. Shade (ed.) Mediascapes: New Patterns in Canadian Communication, 4th Ed. Toronto: Nelson, 2013.

Cause-Oriented Marketing and the Benefits to Democratic Discourse. In J. Greenberg and C. Elliott (eds.) Communication in Question: Competing Perspectives on Controversial Issues in Communication Studies, 2nd Ed. Toronto: Nelson, 2013.

Media and Communication. In R. Brym (ed.) New Society: Sociology in Question, 7th Ed. Toronto: Thomson Nelson, 2012 (with Graham Knight).

Media Coverage of the 2011 Federal Election. In J. Pammett and C. Dornan (Eds.) The Canadian General Election of 2011. Ottawa: Dundurn, 2011 (with M. Francoli and C. Waddell).

Alternative Media. In W. Straw, S. Gabriele and I. Wagman (Eds.) Intersections of Media and Communications: Concepts and Critical Frameworks. Toronto: EMP, 2011 (with H. Gilberds).

The Politics of Surveillance: Power, Paradigms, and the Field of Visibility. In S. Hier and J. Greenberg (eds.) Surveillance: Power, Problems and Politics. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2009 (second author with Sean Hier).

Smog and Mirrors: Climate Change and the Janus Face of Public Relations. In L. Shade (ed.) Mediascapes: New Patterns in Canadian Communication, 3rd Ed. Toronto: Thomson, 2009 (lead author with Elizabeth Westersund).

This Ad May be Bad for Your Health: Drug Advertising, Social Control and the Medicalization of Everyday Life. In J. Greenberg and C. Elliott (eds.) Communication in Question: Competing Perspectives on Controversial Issues in Communication Studies. Toronto: Thomson-Nelson, 2008.

Supplementing the Panoptic Paradigm: Surveillance, Moral Governance and CCTV. In D. Lyon (ed.) Theorizing Surveillance: The Panopticon and Beyond. Devon: Willan Publishing, 2006 (with Sean Hier and Kevin Walby).

Youth Violence, Moral Panic, and the Canadian Media: News Coverage of School Shootings in the United States and Canada. In P. Attallah and L. Shade (eds.) Mediascapes: New Patterns in Canadian Communication, 2nd Ed. Toronto: Thomson Nelson, 2006 (Lead author; with Brian Wilson).

Constraint and Opportunity: Negotiated Order and Strategic Inaction in Television Coverage of the Olympics. In C. Miall, D. Pawluch and B. Shaffir (eds.) Doing Ethnography: Researching Everyday Life.Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2005 (Lead author; with Graham Knight, Marg MacNeill and Peter Donnelly).

Promotionalism and Subpolitics: Nike and Its Labour Critics. Abbreviated for publication in R. Brym (ed.) Society in Question, 4th Edition. Toronto: Harcourt, 2004 (with Graham Knight).

News Discourse and the Problematization of Chinese Migration to Canada. In F. Henry and C. Tator (eds.) Discourses of Domination: Racism in the English-Language Canadian Press. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003 (with Sean Hier).

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