Here is the paper for the media debate in tutorial 2: Vaillancourt and Sharma 2011
UPDATE: Wondering what counts as a media article?
There are no hard and fast rules here. Online newspapers, magazines or news sources like CBC count. Press releases and blog posts work too. Probably the closest thing to a rule for this would be if something has a date at the top, it probably counts.
Note that just because something is online doesn’t make it a “media” article in the sense we are looking for here. For example, I wouldn’t use a Wikipedia page for this (you’re welcome to use Wikipedia as an additional reference, or as a starting point for you research, it just doesn’t really work as a media article).
Another example to consider: the Queen’s website. It’s not a newspaper or a magazine, but there is a “Queen’s News Centre” with press releases (like this one here), plus articles from the the alumni magazine, and from the campus newspapers etc… those types of media would be appropriate for this assignment.
You might also find video or podcast coverage, but for this assignment, we’re limiting it to print/text media articles only.