Table of contents for Women in mass communication / Pamela J. Creedon, editor.


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PART ONE: PERSPECTIVES ON RE-VISIONING GENDER VALUES IN MASS COMMUNICATION
The Challenge of Re-Visioning Gender Values - Pamela J Creedon
`Falling Through the Cracks' - Jane Rhodes
Studying Women of Color in Mass Communication
Gender and Mass Communication in a Global Context - H Leslie Steeves
Feminist Media and Cultural Politics - Marilyn Crafton Smith
PART TWO: PERSPECTIVES ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN THE MASS COMMUNICATION INDUSTRIES
The Progress of Women and People of Color in the US Journalistic Work Force - Sue A Lafky
A Long, Slow Journey
Through the Looking Glass - Marilyn E Gist
Diversity and Reflected Appraisals of the Self in Mass Media
Newspapers - Maurine H Beasley
Is There a New Majority Defining the News?
Magazines - Sammye Johnson
Women's Employment and Status in the Magazine Industry
Radio - Judith A Cramer
A Woman's Place Is On the Air
Television - Marlene Sanders
The Face of the Network News Is Male
Television - Conrad Smith, Eric S Fredin and Carroll Ann Ferguson Nardone
The Nature of Sex Discrimination in Local Television News Shops
Re-Visioning Women in Public Relations - Carolyn Garrett Cline and Elizabeth L Toth
Practitioner and Feminist Perspectives
Women in Advertisements - Linda Lazier and Alice Gagnard Kendrick
Sizing Up the Images, Roles and Functions
Visual Images and Re-Imaging - John R McClelland
A Review of Research in Mass Communication
PART THREE: PERSPECTIVES ON THE MASS COMMUNICATION CLASSROOM
Women in Mass Communication Education - K Viswanath, Gerald M Kosicki and Pamela J Creedon
Progress, Problems and Prospects
Exploring New Frontiers - R Dianne Bartlow, Virginia T Escalante and Olga A Vasquez
Women of Color in Academia
The `Glass Ceiling' Effect on Mass Communication Students - Larissa A Grunig
Body Language - Linda Steiner
Gender in Journalism Textbooks
Listening to Women's Stories - Carolyn Stewart Dyer
Or, Media Law as if Women Mattered
Changing Media History Through Women's History - Susan Henry
A Bridge to the Future - Lana F Rakow
How to Get There From Here Through Curriculum Reform



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mass media and women.
Mass media -- Study and teaching.
Women in the mass media industry.