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Tamara A. Small
PhD Candidate
Department of Political Studies

Internet Studies @ Queen's Steering Committee Member, 2003-04

My research interests include the political communications in Canada and the Internet as political mediated political communications. My current research revolves around the functions of political party website in Canada during and between election campaigns. Recent research projects include, Cyber-Campaign 2000 The Function of the Internet in Canadian Electoral Politics, a case-study of Internet use in the 37th Canadian General Election as a case study.

Email: Tamara Small

List of Participants

Enda Brophy
(Dept. of Sociology)

Yolande Chan
(School of Business)
Martin Hand
(Dept. of Sociology)
Allison Larsen
(Dept. of Sociology)
David Lyon
(Dept. of Sociology)
Clarke Mackey
(Dept. of Film Studies)

Stephen Marmura
(Dept. of Sociology)
Vincent Mosco
(Dept. of Sociology)

Jason Pridmore
(Dept. of Sociology)

Jonathan Rose
(Dept. of Political Studies)

Karen Rudie
(Dept. of Elec. & Comp. Engineering)

Bojana Zizic
(Dept. of Political Studies)

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