Digital Mosaic: Media, Power, and Identity in Canada

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University of Toronto Press, Jan 1, 2015 - Social Science - 352 pages
The digital world has impacted the way Canadians socialize and interact with others, teach and learn, conduct business, experience culture, fight political battles, and acquire knowledge. The traditional forms of media, newspapers, radio, and television are being replaced by digital media which is fast, sporadic, and sometimes inaccurate. As a result, Canada is experiencing a number of overlapping crises simultaneously: a crisis in traditional media, a crisis in public broadcasting, a crisis in news and journalism, and a crisis in citizen engagement.
 

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David Taras is a professor and Ralph Klein Chair in Media Studies at Mount Royal University.

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