Acting in the Name of Culture? The Participation of Organized Labour in the Canadian Broadcasting Policy Process
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The thesis examines the role, efficacy and influence of the five national English-language independent film and television production sector unions in the Canadian broadcasting policy network. While labour is typically classified as a civil society organization within policy networks studies, this thesis will examine the blanket applicability of this typology in analysing labour's engagement with issues that involve both their vested economic/industrial interests as well as broader social/cultural goals, using the unions' engagement with the issue of Canadian dramatic programming from 1998 to present as a case study.
- Master of Arts
- Communication and Culture
Granting InstitutionRyerson University
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