Media Research

Research

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Canadian

 

Fairbairn, J., & Dawson, M. (2013). Canadian News Coverage of Intimate Partner Homicide: Analyzing Changes Over Time. Feminist Criminology, 8(3), 147–176.

Garcia-Del Moral, P. (2014). Representation as a Technology of Violence: On the Representation of the Murders and Disappearances of Aboriginal Women in Canada and Women in Ciudad Juarez. Canadian Journal of Latin American and Carribean Studies, 36(72), 33–62.

Gilchrist, K. (2010). “Newsworthy” victims?: Exploring differences in Canadian local press coverage of missing/murdered Aboriginal and white women. Feminist Media Studies, 10(4), 373–390.

Jiwani, Y. (2009). Symbolic and discursive violence in media representations of Aboriginal missing and murdered women. In Violence in hostile contexts e-book (pp. 45–63).

Mason, C. (2015). The “Kingston Mills Murder” and the Construction of “Honour Killings” in Canadian News Media. Atlantis, 37(1), 106–118.

Shier, A., & Shor, E. (2016). “Shades of Foreign Evil”“Honor Killings” and “Family Murders” in the Canadian Press. Violence Against Women, 22(10), 1163–1188.

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