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Women in mass communication

Pamela J Creedon; Judith Cramer

3rd ed.. c2007

Online access. The library also has physical copies.

  • Title:
    Women in mass communication
  • Author: Pamela J Creedon; Judith Cramer
  • Description: Cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Part I - Two Decades of Progress?; Chapter 1 - Introduction: We've Come a Long Way, Maybe . . .; Chapter 2 - Sexed and Gendered Bodies in Journalism Textbooks; Chapter 3 - How to Stir Up a Hornets' Nest: Studying the Implications of Women Journalism Majors; Part II - Update on the Professions; Chapter 4 - Women in Newspaper Journalism (Since the 1990s); Chapter 5 - Women's Salary and Status in the Magazine Industry; Chapter 6 - Radio: The More Things Change . . . The More They Stay the Same
    Chapter 7 - Women and Minorities in Commercial and Public Television News, 1994-2004Chapter 8 - Women in Public Relations: Success Linked to Organizational and Societal Cultures; Chapter 9 - Advertising Women: Images, Audiences, and Advertisers; Part III - Specializations . . .; Chapter 10 - The Power to Improve Lives: Women in Health Communication; Chapter 11 - Scholastic Media: Women in Quantity and Quality . . . But Is That Enough?; Chapter 12 - Increased Legitimacy, Fewer Women?: Analyzing Editorial Leadership and Gender in Online Journalism
    Chapter 13 - Women Journalists in Toyland and in the Locker Room: It's All About the MoneyPart IV - International Perspectives; Chapter 14 - Three Steps Forward and Two Back?: Women Journalists in the Western World Between Progress, Standstill, and Retreat; Chapter 15 - Bewitched, Bedeviled, and Left Behind: Women and Mass Communication in a World of Faith; Chapter 16 - The Global Context of Women in Communication; Part V - Building a Foundation for Further Study; Chapter 17 - On the Margins: Examining the Intersection of Women and the Law of Mass Communication
    Chapter 18 - Situating ""the Other"": Women, Racial, and Sexual Minorities in the MediaChapter 19 - Myths of Race and Beauty in Teen Magazines: A Semiotic Analysis; Chapter 20 - The Social Construction of Leadership and Its Implications for Women in Mass Communication; Chapter 21 - Got Theory?; Part VI - Where Do We Go From Here?; Chapter 22 - Our Conclusion: Gender Values Remain, Inequity Resurges, and Globalization Brings New Challenges; References; Author Index; Subject Index; About the Editors; About the Contributors
    The effect of feminism on the field of mass communication is more important now than ever. With a particular emphasis on race, culture, and ethnicity, leading scholars in the field provide compelling analyses of the ways in which feminist theory and feminist perspectives affect mass communication.
  • Local Note: acq2007com
  • Publication Date: c2007
  • Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. ; London : SAGE
  • Format: 1 online resource (361 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 1-322-28375-3;ISBN 1-4129-3694-2;ISBN 1-4522-2280-0
  • Subjects: Women in mass media; Mass media; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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