Capping Projects (Communications and Technology)
Students in the MA in Communications and Technology (MACT) are creating a body of applied research with this collection of six-credit capping projects, a required component of the course-based program that integrates the practical and professional aspects of the core areas of study.
Items in this Collection
- 32Gow, Gordon (Supervisor)
- 17McMahon, Rob (Supervisor)
- 16Adria, Marco (Supervisor)
- 13Varnhagen, Stanley (Supervisor)
- 12Campbell, Kathryn J. (Supervisor)
- 11Curry, Ann (Supervisor)
When ideals meet deadlines: Counting the way towards gender balance in student journalism at Humber CollegeDownload
Purpose - This study aims to determine whether the regular measurement and sharing of source-diversity rates in a college newsroom will result in student journalists changing how they seek interviews in order to achieve the goal of a 50:50 balance of male and female sources. Design - The study...
Where Do We Find Help? Examining Digital Communication Channels and Challenges for Services Supporting Houseless People in Edmonton AlbertaDownload
Purpose. When facing a housing crisis, it is crucial to know where to go for help. This Capstone research study examines access to and use of digital communications by individuals seeking houseless support in Edmonton, Alberta. Specifically, through a review of online and social media...
Who Posts, Who Shares, Who Tells Your Story: A content analysis on how the public interacts with sharentingDownload
In today’s digitised society, people actively share their lives on social media networks, including popular platforms like Instagram. For parents this can include sharing, and sometimes oversharing, about their children. This is called sharenting, and previous research has shown that it can...
My travel is an existential mirror, reflecting back to me fragments of my identity. The purpose of this autoethnographic study is to explore how cultural issues play a part in my experiences as a traveller, and in turn how I use my experiences as a traveller to form my personal identity. In this...