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Brokering access : power, politics, and freedom of information process in Canada / edited by Mike Larsen and Kevin Walby.


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Publication date:
Vancouver : UBC Press, c2012.
  • Book
  • xxi, 374 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Introduction: On the politics of access to information / Mike Larsen and Kevin Walby
  • Sustaining secrecy : executive branch resistance to access to information in Canada / Ann Rees
  • Access regimes : provincial freedom of information law across Canada / Gary Dickson
  • Flying the secret skies : difficulties in obtaining data on Canadian airport security screening tests following 9/11 / Jim Bronskill
  • Access to information in an age of intelligenticized governmentality / Willem de Lint and Reem Bahdi
  • Accessing dirty data : methodological strategies for social problems research / Yavar Hameed and Jeffrey Monaghan
  • The Freedom of Information Act as a methodological tool : suing the government for data / Matthew G. Yeager
  • "He who controls the present, controls the past" : the Canadian security state's imperfect censorship under the Access to Information Act / Steve Hewitt
  • Beyond the blue line : researching the policing of aboriginal activism using access to information / Tia Dafnos
  • Accessing the state of imprisonment in Canada : information barriers and negotiation strategies / Justin Pich√©
  • Accessing information on streetscape video surveillance in Canada / Sean P. Hier
  • Access, administration, and democratic intent / Fred Vallance-Jones
  • Access to information : the frustrations--and the hope / dr David McKie
  • The quest for electronic data : where Alice meets Monty Python meets Colonel Jessup / Jim Rankin
  • Postscript / Susan Legault.
Issued also in electronic formats.
Larsen, Mike, 1981-
Walby, Kevin, 1981-

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