Journal Articles

(2009). Reflections on the academic milieu of media studies, International Journal of Communication 3, 551-577

(2007). Media poll-itics and Canadian elections: A report on accelerated public opinion, Cultural Politics, 3(1): 71-93

(2005b). For a political economy of indymedia practice, Canadian Journal of Communication, 30(1), 41-64

(2001b). On a colloquium on TVTV, Canadian Journal of Communication, 26(3), 367-389

(2000). Quantum Leap: The postmodern challenge of television as history. Film & History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies, 30(2), 41-49

(1999). John Woo’s cinema of hyperkinetic violence: From A Better Tomorrow to Face/Off. Film Criticism, 24(1), 39-59

(1998c). Theorizing masculinity with/in the media, Communication Theory, 8(2), 183-202

(1998d). The “mock-macho” situation comedy: Hegemonic masculinity and its reiteration, Western Journal of Communication, 62(1), 74-93

(1990). Hegemonic masculinity in thirtysomething, Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 7(3), 231-248

(1989a). Mass media and lifestyle differentiation: An analysis of the public discourse about food, Communication, 11(3), 221-238