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Queen's in the News: 2006-01-03

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) discusses negative ads and attack ads in campaign advertising in the Globe and Mail and in a Canadian Press story that receives extensive coverage including in the Edmonton Journal, Victoria Times Colonist, Sault Star, St. Catharines-Niagara Standard, Sudbury Star, Windsor Star.
Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about issues and ethics in the current election campaign appears in the Globe and Mail.
Bill Blake (Business) discusses physical exercise and active life styles as a key to preventing burnout in the Globe and Mail.
Alan King (Social Program Evaluation Group) comments in a Globe and Mail editorial on keeping students in high school.
Kim Nossal (Political Studies) discusses the need for more public discussion about the dangers before Canadian troops are sent to Afghanistan in the National Post.
An opinion piece about defusing holiday stress by Uzma Rehman (Psychology) appears in the Toronto Star.
Bev Baines (Women’s Studies) comments in a CanWest story about the dearth of female candidates in the current election.
Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about ministerial accountability in the sponsorship scandal.
Peggy Cunningham (Business) discusses Jack Layton’s nostalgic marketing in the Ottawa Citizen.
Douglas Reid (Business) comments in the Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette, Regina Leader Post, Edmonton Journal, Calgary Herald and Victoria Times Colonist about Westjet Airlines business strategy.
Tamara Small (Sociology) comments in a Canadian Press story about the perils of using blogs as tools in election campaigns. The story receives extensive coverage including the Montreal Gazette, London Free Press, Hamilton Spectator and St. Catharines Standard. She also evaluates the websites of the local candidates in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Robert Ross (Physical and Health Education) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about obesity and physical activity.
Jonathon Rose, Tamara Small (Political Studies) and Vincent Mosco (Sociology) comment in the Kingston Whig-Standard on the use of the media in the election.
Lewis Johnson (Business) comments in the New York Times about the appeal of income trusts.
Nick Bala (Law) discusses child custody and access issues on CTV.
Marjory Phillips (Psychology) discusses how children of divorce cope over the holidays on CTV.
Peter Van Coerverden de Groot (Biology) is interviewed on CBC Radio's Sounds Like Canada about his research on polar bear paternity.

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