Toutes les publications de Mireille Lalancette

Articles

Lalancette, M. & T. A. Small. (sous presse)  “Justin Trudeau – I don’t know her” – An Analysis of Leadership Memes of Justin Trudeau. Canadian Journal of Communication, 25 pages.

Lalancette, M., Yates, S. & (sous-presse) #Participating: Twitter Debates on the Social Acceptability of Medical Assistance in Dying Legislation in Canada. Canadian Review of Sociology, 27 pages.

Boulianne, S., Lalancette, M., & Ilkiw, D. (2020). “School Strike 4 Climate”: Social Media and the International Youth Protest on Climate Change. Media and Communication8(2), 208-218.

Raynauld, V., M. Lalancette et S. Tourigny-Koné (2019), “Rethinking Digital Activism as it Unfolds: Ambient Political Engagement on Twitter during the 2012 Quebec Student Strike.” In Lalancette, M., V. Raynauld and E. Crandall (Eds.). What’s Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere. UBC Press.

Lalancette, M., & Bastien, F. (2019). Enthousiasme et désenchantement. La communication numérique des partis vue par des citoyens engagés. Communication. Information médias théories pratiques36(2).

Lalancette, M., Cormack, P. (2018). Justin Trudeau and the play of celebrity in the 2015 Canadian federal election campaign, Celebrity Studies

Chapitres

Lalancette M. & Della Mattia M. (2020). "Senior Advisor to the Leader on Tour" dans Marland, A., & Giasson, T. (Eds.). Inside the Campaign: Managing Elections in Canada. UBC Press.

Lalancette, M. et V. Raynauld (2019), “Stars, argent et approbation : appuis politiques des célébrités au Canada et aux États-Unis : enjeux de communication politique.” In Hourmant, F., M. Lalancette and P. Leroux (Eds.). Selfies and Stars : Célébrité et politique en Amérique et en France. Presses de l’Université de Rennes.

Lewis, JP, M. Lalancette et V. Raynauld (2019), “Cabinet Solidarity in an Age of Social Media: A Case Study of Twitter Use by Member of Parliament Carolyn Bennett.” In Lalancette, M., V. Raynauld and E. Crandall (Eds.). What’s Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere. UBC Press.

Lalancette, M., E. Crandall et V. Raynauld (2019), “Conclusion: Unpacking Trending Practices in Canadian Politics: The Old, the New, and the Transformative.” In Lalancette, M., V. Raynauld and E. Crandall (Eds.). What’s Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere. UBC Press.

Raynauld, V., M. Lalancette et E. Crandall (2019), “Introduction: Identifying and Studying #Trends in Canadian Politics: The Need to Stay Aware and Ahead of the Curve.” In Lalancette, M., V. Raynauld and E. Crandall (Eds.). What’s Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Square. UBC Press.

Communications scientifiques

Raynauld, V., Lalancette, M. et Tourigny-Koné, S. (2014). Political Protest 2.0: Social Media and the 2012 Student Strike in the Province of Quebec. Congrès annuel de l’American Political Science Association (APSA), Washington D.C., 31 août.

Livre

Drolet, M. J., Lalancette, M., & Caty, M. È. (2019). ABC de l'argumentation, 2e édition: Pour les professionnels de la santé et toute autre personne qui souhaite convaincre. PUQ.