By Mandy Sinclair

Dwayne Winseck was never the type who believed that better knowledge rested on better data alone. He still doesn’t. However, after a couple of decades watching debates over fundamental questions regarding the state of the communications and media systems at Canadians’ disposal take place, in what Winseck calls a “‘data-free’ zone, filled with the views of interested parties,” he decided to take action.

Dwayne Winseck sitting in his library holding a bookWinseck’s concern is that communication and media scholars are generally not at the table or they’re working toward different timelines and priorities “while the non-stop communication, Internet and media policy issues that,” as Winseck says he has regretfully come to learn, if not fully accept, “never seems to stop.”

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Wednesday, July 21, 2021 in , ,
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