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Everyone Says No: Public Service Broadcasting and the Failure of Translation

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Quebec has never signed on to Canada's constitution. After both major attempts to win Quebec's approval - the Meech Lake and Charlottetown Accords - failed, Quebec came within a fraction of a percentage point of voting for independence. Everyone Says No examines how the failure of these accords was depicted in French and English media and the ways in which journalists' reporting failed to translate the differences between Quebec and the rest of Canada.

Everyone Says No: Public Service Broadcasting and the Failure of Translation 2011, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773539341

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Everyone Says No: Public Service Broadcasting and the Failure of Translation 2011, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773539334

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