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Student Research Project Titles

MA in Professional Communication Student Research Project Titles

  • A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words:  An Analysis of Social Media Image Content and Engagement in Tourism Marketing and Public Relations Practices
  • A Vote for Democracy:  Strategies for Non-partisan Voter Outreach Campaigns
  • Asian Faces over Time:  Reconstruction of Asian Representations in North American Films
  • Being the Boss in a Masculine World:  The Role of Media in Shaping Voter Opinion of Female Leadership
  • Building A Better City:  How Not-For-Profits Influence a City's Brand
  • Canadian University Schools of Business, External Stakeholders and the Power of Word-of-Mouth Marketing Using Body Language to Demonstrate Quality Visibility in CEO Presence Following a Crisis
  • Citizen Blogs and a New Vision of Journalism
  • Communicating Effective Official Apologies
  • Connecting With Canadians:  Applying Media Richness in Support of the Royal Canadian Navy's Communication Strategy
  • Constant Connection:  The Impact of Mobile Communication Technology on Employee Wellness
  • Critical Thinking for a New Generation:  Punjabi Youth Identity and Media Representations
  • Engagement and Communication:  New Perspectives for Organizational Communication
  • Excellence in Organizational Communication:  How Can Governments Make Meaning Better?
  • Exploring the Meaning of Sex, Consent and Private Relationships in the Digital Era:  A Revenge Porn Case Study of Rehtaeh Parsons
  • Fahrenheit C-51 and The October Crisis of 2014:  Media Framing of the Government Response to Domestic Terror Threats
  • Framing Protests:  An examination of dominant media frames arising out of protests in Ferguson
  • Improving Health Communication through Implementing Core Principles for Organizational Resiliency and Thriving
  • In What Ways Canadian, Amateur Sports Organizations Can Effectively Become Their Own Media
  • Just Do It Like a Girl:  Uncovering Gender Ideologies in Nike's Sportswear Advertisements
  • Mars One:  Human Life on the Red Planet, A Lesson in Social Change for the Blue Planet
  • Moving through Grief:  How Blogging and Yoga Helped Me Move through the Grief of Losing My Father
  • My Story of Respecting My Filipino Canadian Heritage and My Democratic Duty as a Canadian
  • Re-theorizing Sports Values to Empower Adolescent Female Athletes in Canada
  • Shame, Salad and Sweat:  Images of Health and Obesity in Stock Photography
  • The Let's Talk TV Public Hearing and Canadian Content:  How Changing CRTC Regulations will Impact Canadians
  • The Ramifications for Television News in a Social Media Age:  A Comparative Case Study Analysis of Coverage of the 2014 Moncton RCMP Shootings
  • The Virality of Chipotle's Key Messaging in the Animated Introductory Video "Back to the Start"
  • Twitter and Crisis Communication:  Making the World Safer, One Tweet at a Time
  • Unravelling the Virality of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
  • Urban Informatics:  Improving the Relationship between Municipal Government and the Public
  • What Practices Are Most Effective to Ensure Organizational Success in a Virtual Environment?
  • When Counter Myth Building Goes Wrong:  Ways in which Ethnic Representations on Reality TV are Perpetuating a New Era of Racist Stereotyping