Dwayne Winseck is Professor at the School of Journalism and Communication, with a cross-appointment to the Institute of Political Economy, at Carleton University. His research examines the political economies of communication, new media, communication networks and their relationship to markets, surveillance and national security, media regulation, as well as theories of democracy and globalization.
Dwayne has lived and taught in Britain, China, the United States and elsewhere. His work is often referred to by sociologists, historians, economists, political scientists and regulatory experts. He is currently involved in several intiatives, most notably the International Media Concentration Research Project. His latest book won the Canadian Communication Association’s G.G. Robinson Award for best book of the year in 2008. [Download the full video]