Desperately seeking women readers : U.S. newspapers and the construction of a female readership

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    • Harp, Dustin

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Desperately seeking women readers : U.S. newspapers and the construction of a female readership

Dustin Harp

Lexington Books, c2007

  • : pbk

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 115-118) and index

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内容説明

Desperately Seeking Women Readers considers explicitly named women's pages in U.S. newspapers to understand how the newspaper industry has constructed women readers. Special pages for women developed in the 1890s but by the 1960s had disappeared. The book investigates the creation and collapse of these pages before considering contemporary case studies to articulate why newspapers during the 1990s recreated sex-specific pages. The author argues that women's sections reinforce women as consumers and men as citizens.

目次

Part 1 Part I: Introduction Chapter 2 Newspapers, Women, Social Movements, and Money Part 3 Part II: The History of Women's Pages Chapter 4 Introducing "Women's News" Chapter 5 From Women's Pages to Style Pages Part 6 Part III: Contemporary Women's Pages: Case Studies Chapter 7 Same Problem, Same Solution Chapter 8 Conceptualizing and Constructing Contemporary Women Chapter 9 Contemporary Complaints and Contradictions Chapter 10 Resistance, Reason, and Real Change Part 11 Part IV: Conclusions Chapter 12 What is in a Name? An Argument for Integration Not Segregation

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