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Keeping up with the times: Canadians and their news media diet

Leslie-Anne Keown

This study examines the frequency with which Canadians follow news and current affairs, the variety of media sources they use and whether this affects their level of civic participation, as measured by involvement in non-voting political activities. This is the first of three articles in a series we are calling "The Engaged Citizen." Subsequent articles will examine in greater detail the factors influencing political participation and cultural engagement.


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