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H1N1 Outbreak (2009)
- Convergence, Variation and Volatility in H1N1 Coverage in Four National Newspapers (Kevin Quigley, John Quigley and Emily Pond – October 22, 2012)
- Change in the Air: Genetic monitoring of H1N1 during the 2009 outbreak (Robert G. Beiko – October 28, 2012)
- Analysis of Print Media Coverage of Two Cases of Food Contamination (Kevin Quigley, John Quigley, Emily Pond, and Colin Macdonald – May 27, 2012)
This working paper compares media coverage of two food contamination cases: Globe and Mail coverage of the Maple Leaf listeriosis event in 2008 and New York Times coverage of E. Coli contamination of spinach in 2006.
- Analysis of Selected Print Media Coverage of Two Cases of Failed Terrorist Plots (Kevin Quigley, John Quigley, Bryan Mills, and Kristen Stallard – June 2013)
This working paper compares media coverage of two failed terrorism cases: Globe and Mail coverage of the Toronto 18 event in June of 2006 and The Australian coverage of the Sydney Five event in November of 2005.