Geneviève A. BONIN

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Geneviève A. BONIN
Associate Professor, Department of Communication

2010 – Ph.D., Communication Studies, McGill University
2005 – M.B.A., Université du Québec à Montréal
2014 – B.Ed., Summa cum laude, University of Ottawa
2001 – B.J., University of King’s College
2000 – B.A. (hons) Communication, Magna cum laude University of Ottawa

DMS, 55 Laurier Avenue East, Room 10158

Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 3839

Work E-mail: gbonin@uOttawa.ca

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Biography

Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and thereby authorized to supervise theses.

University Degrees
2010 – Ph.D., Communication Studies, McGill University 
2005 – M.B.A., Université du Québec à Montréal
2014 – B.Ed., Summa cum laude, University of Ottawa
2001 – B.J., University of King’s College
2000 – B.A. (hons) Communication, Magna cum laude University of Ottawa

Fields of interest

  • Evaluation and accountability within media industries
  • Media management, funding and sustainability
  • Canadian broadcasting policy
  • Technological access and training for vulnerable populations
  • Media uses of user-generated content

Ongoing funded research

  • "Evaluating the impact of technology and funding on community radio in Canada" is a SSHRC funded research project that focuses on evaluating how Canadian non-profit radio stations are managing the money they receive and to determine the impact of funding and technological investments on the community radio sector. Special interest is given to governance structures, the link between funding and the creation of value, as well as the sustainability of funded projects (SSHRC, Insight Development Grant, 2013, Principal Investigator).
  • "Mapping the professional orientations and worldviews of Canadian journalists" is a SSHRC funded research project that studies the perspectives of journalists to better understand the changes taking place within the profession and in the world in which they work. This study is part of a collective project that includes over 70 countries http://www.worldsofjournalism.org/. (SSHRC, Insight Grant, 2015, Co-applicant)

Selected publications

Edited books :

Bonin, G. A. & Pasadeos, Y. (Eds.) (2013). Media Research: Learning
From the Past, Strategies for the Future. Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research. http://www.atiner.gr/docs/2013MED-CONT.htm

Book Chapters

Bonin, G. A. (2013). Teaching Broadcasting Policy: A Case in Transliteracy. In Bonin, G. A. & Pasadeos, Y. (Eds). Media Research: Learning From the Past, Strategies for the Future. Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research, pp. 183-194. http://www.atiner.gr/docs/2013MED-CONT.htm

Bonin, G. A &Bonneville, L. (Eds.). (2012). Méthodologie du journalisme en ligne. In Degand, A. & Grevisse, B. (Eds.). Le journalisme en ligne,  Bruxelles : De Boeck ,  coll. info&Com.

Articles in refereed journals

Bonin, G. A. (2012). Accountability in the commercial radio sector : Lessons from Canada, Observatorio, 6 (2), OBS* e-journal is a quarterly academic publication in the field of Communication Studies http://obs.obercom.pt/index.php/obs

Bonin, G. A. (2011). Lessons from Canada: proposed methodology for evaluating the effectiveness of broadcasting policies. Medien Journal, 35 (3), p. 43-53.

Selected conference presentations

Bonin, G. A. (2013). “Organizational factors affecting social media use in radio newsrooms.” Canadian communication association, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, June 5.

Bonin, G. A. (2012). “A methodological framework for studying the impacts of technological changes on radio newsroom performance.” Canadian communication association, Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, June 1.

Bonin, G. A. (2012). “Evaluating the practices and products of the Canadian radio newsroom: a proposed methodology and examples of application.” 1st International conference on journalism studies. University of Santiago de Chile, Santiago, Chile, June 29.

Bonin, G. A. (2012). “Teaching broadcasting policy: a case study in transliteracy” Athens institute for education and research, 10th annual international conference on communication and mass media, Athens, Greece, May 14.

 

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