Series F-300-10 - Media coverage

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Media coverage

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F-300-10

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  • 2001-2020 (Collection)

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4 cm of textual records

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5 textual records (0.6 MB) : PDF, JPG

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The series consists of paper and born-digital records documenting Adbusters Media Foundation's activities and the Occupy movement in various media publications. Records include interview transcriptions, newspaper clippings, magazine clippings, online news article printouts, letters to the editor, 2 published books, and 1 photocopied book excerpt.

Interview transcriptions were conducted for Kyoto Journal (2001), Eyeteeth (2003), Staya (2005), Guernica (2011), the White Review (2013), and Micah White (2013).

Print and online media publishers include Sun Magazine (2001), CBC (2004), L├╝rzer's Archive (2008), the Georgia Straight (2009), the Globe and Mail (2009, 2013), the Hook (2009), the Lawyer's Weekly (2009), the Vancouver Sun (2011, 2012), Advertising Age (2011), the New York Times (2011, 2012, 2015), the Vancouver Observer (2011), the Washington Post (2011), the New York Review (2011-2013), the Occupied Times of London (2011), the Epoch Times (2011), Der Spiegel (2011), Vanity Fair (2012), Harper's Magazine (2012), the Progressive (2012, 2015), Vancouver Magazine (2012), In These Times (2012), the Dance Current (2012), the Guardian (2012), the Walrus (2012), the Ubyssey (2013), the London Review of Books (2013), Sad Mag ( 2015), and the Ethical Consumer (2020).

Books include Alternative Media in Canada by Kirsten Kozolanka, Patricia Mazepa, and David Skinner (2012), Why We Occupy: Liberty Plaza 2011 by Olivia Schanzer (2012), and a photocopied excerpt of Why Dissent Matters, Chapter 7, by William Kaplan (2017).

Born-digital media coverage records include a scanned newspaper clipping advertising Blackspot sneakers (2004), a draft article written by Kalle Last and Micah White (2011), an interview with Greg McLaughlin for Contexts Magazine (2012), and two draft letters to the editor of the New York Times (2013, 2016).

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Arrangement

This series brings together paper and born-digital records that were stored loose without any obvious connection to adjacent files or materials. Paper records were arranged into four files by the archivist according to media distribution type. Born-digital records were arranged together into a single file.

Paper and analogue records were arranged by the archivist in August 2022. A second accrual of born-digital records were arranged by the archivist in February 2023. Due to the time lapse between these two accruals, paper and analogue files were arranged first in the file list in chronological order according to earliest date, followed by the born-digital file.

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  • English
  • German
  • Japanese

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Access is open with no restrictions.

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This series includes copyright-protected materials for which the donor does not own copyright. For these materials, the Archives makes copies available for private study or research purposes under the fair dealing provisions of Canada's Copyright Act. Use for any other purpose may require the permission of the copyright owner. SFU Archives can assist researchers in attempting to identify copyright owners, but it is the users' responsibility to contact owners and secure any permissions.

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Preservation note: print newspaper clippings have been photocopied and original copies have been discarded. Newsprints of note in F-300-10-0-0-2 have been physically separated and removed to flat storage (container 36).

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  • English

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