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Television, History, and American Culture by Lauren Rabinovitz (Editor)
Publication Date: 1999-09-20
Using feminist and historical criticism, the contributors investigate how television has shaped our understanding of gender, power, race, ethnicity, and sexuality from the 1950s to the present.
Women in Media Careers by Lee C. Bollinger; Carole O'Neill
Call Number: P94.5.W65 B64 2008
Publication Date: 2008-08-22
Women in Media Careers takes an in-depth look at women's careers in mass media by outlining job descriptions and providing insider tips on how to begin a career.
Postfeminist News by Mary Douglas Vavrus
Call Number: P94.5.W652 U68 2002
Publication Date: 2002-08-01
Examines the representation of women in the media.
Radio Voices by Michele Hilmes
Publication Date: 1997-04-15
In 'Radio Voices', Michele Hilmes looks at the way radio programming influenced and was influenced by the United States of the 1920s, 30s and 40s, tracing the history of the medium from its early years through to the advent of television. She discusses gender in the chapter "The disembodied woman."
Radio Reader by Michele Hilmes (Editor); Jason Loviglio (Editor)
Publication Date: 2001-10-19
The essays collected here demonstrate that radio set patterns that have affected all forms of media that have followed it, and also look at how it has survived the coming of media that supposedly made it obsolete. Includes topics on gender and sexuality.
Women in Mass Communication by Pamela J. Creedon (Editor); Judith Cramer (Editor)
Call Number: P94.5.W65 W67 2007
Publication Date: 2006-06-21
The Third Edition of Women in Mass Communication provides a new generation of students with an insightful examination of women in the journalism and mass communication professions.
Where the Girls Are by Susan J. Douglas
Publication Date: 1995-03-28
Media critic Douglas deconstructs the ambiguous messages sent to American women via TV programs, popular music, advertising, and nightly news reporting over the last 40 years, and fathoms their influence on her own life and the lives of her contemporaries.
Challenging Images of Women in the Media by Theresa Carilli; Jane Campbell
Call Number: P94.5.W65 C465 2012
Publication Date: 2012-08-01
Addresses the status of women through an examination of depictions of women in the media.
Women and Media by Cynthia M. Lont
Publication Date: 1995-01-01
This text examines women's roles and impact in newspapers, women's magazines, advertising, television entertainment, television news, film, rock music and music television. The text intertwines various perspectives throughout its chapters; women as news, women as newsmakers, and the portrayal of women to give an integrative approach to the study of women and media.
Women and the Media by Theresa Carilli (Editor)
Publication Date: 2005-02-08
This anthology has a cultural focus and addresses issues of race, ethnicity, class, and sexuality. With this book, the editors initiate a global dialogue about women and the media, broaden an insular American perspective, and contribute to a growing body of scholarship.
Bad Girls by Susan A. Owens; Leah R. Vande Berg; Sarah R. Stein
Publication Date: 2007-04-30
Bad Girls examines representational practices of film and television stories beginning with post-Vietnam cinema and ending with postfeminisms and contemporary public disputes over women in the military. The research is framed as a study of intergenerational tensions in portrayals of women and public institutions - in careers, governmental service, and interactions with technology.
Women and Journalism by Deborah Chambers; Carole Fleming; Linda Steiner
Publication Date: 2004-06-01
Women and Journalism offers a rich and comprehensive analysis of the roles, status and experiences of women journalists in the United States and Britain.
Covering from 1900 to the present day, this book highlights how female artists, actors, writers, and activists were involved in the fight for women's rights, with a focus on popular culture that includes film, literature, music, television, the news, and online media.