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WOMEN AND JOURNALISM CONTENTS Introduction: Women and Journalism in the United States and the United Kingdom. Women Journalists as Spectacle "But I Don't Do Weddings': Women's Entrance into the Profession Relevant Sources on Women in Journalism Education and Training of Women for Journalism Women's Contemporary Status in News Journalism Women and Public Discourse in the Age of New Media Chapter 1: Early Women Journalists: 1850-1945 The Rise of Women Journalists The Impact of New Journalism on Women Women in the Black Press 'Journalism for Women' Radio Broadcasting - A Voice for Women? British Broadcasting US Broadcasting Conclusion Chapter 2: Women Journalists in the Post-War Period Women at British Newspapers Women's Pages The Personal as Political Women at United States Newspapers Family Connections in Publishing The 'New' New Journalism The Issue of the Women's Pages Women in Radio in the UK Women in Radio in the United States Women in Television in the UK Women in Television in the United States Racial Discrimination Implications for the Women's Movement Conclusion Chapter 3: The Education and Training of Women Journalists Training and Education in the United States Early Responses to Women Journalism Students Training and Education in the UK Routes into Journalism in the UK Early Efforts of Women to Teach Journalism in the USA Tracks for Women in US Journalism Education The Representation of Women in Journalism Textbooks Contemporary Opportunities and Journalism Education in the United States Diversity in the Curriculum Developments in British Education and Training Conclusion Chapter 4: 'One of the Boys?' Women's Experiences of the 'Glass Ceiling' Setting the Scene: Problems and Issues Raised About Women's Career Progression Career Patterns in Journalism in the United States and Britain Career Patterns in the United States Career Patterns in UK Professional and Union Organisations Gender Segregation in Fields of Journalism Women in Decision-making Positions United States United Kingdom Sexism in the Newsroom Women in Local Newsrooms Conclusion Chapter 5: Gendered News Room Cultures and Values Gender and Professional Values Broadening the Definition of News Journalism Awards Pulitzer Prizes in the US British Journalism Awards 'Humanising' the New Sports Journalism The Under Representation of Women in Serious News Strategies for Dealing with Masculine Newsroom Cultures Sexist Language in Newsrooms Strategies for Dealing with Sexist Writing Styles Strategies Used by Women to Challenge Masculine Newsroom Cultures Women's Management styles Conclusion Chapter 6: Challenges to Sexism and Discrimination Early Challenges Women Begin to Organize Trans-Atlantic Allies at Press Conferences Storming the Locker room and Stadium Press Box Laws and Legislative Action in the United States British Initiatives for Gender Equality Examples of Challenges in the United States Black Women's Law Suits Too Old, Too Unattractive, and Not Sufficiently Deferential Conclusion Chapter 7: The 'First Wave' of Women's Alternative Journalism The American Moral Reform and Suffrage Press The British Suffrage Press Turn of the Century Efforts and Lessons Chapter 8: Women's Alternative Journalism of the 'Second' and 'Third' Wave Second-Wave American Periodicals British Feminist Periodicals British Feminist Magazine, Spare Rib The Lesbian Press Women's Alternative News Periodicals from 1980 to the present MS Magazine Recent trends in alternative and feminist print journalism Conclusion Chapter 9: Women's Alternative Media in Broadcasting and the Internet Women's Alternative Radio Women's Radio Stations in the UK Women's Alternative Television Programmes The US Cable Experiment New Directions in Cable TV for Women in America Women's Internet News and Information Groups Conclusion Chapter 10: Women War Correspondents War Reporting in the Nineteenth Century Reporting on World Wars Reporting the Vietnam War Women War Correspondents Between the 1970s and the 1990s Women Reporting on the Afghan War Conclusion: Women War Correspondents' Conspicuous Presence Chapter 11: 'Postmodern Journalism' and its Implications for Women Confessional Journalism and 'Therapy News' The Sexualization of News Judging Women TV News Presenters by Their Looks Post-feminist Journalism Women Professionals' Views of the New Trends in Journalism Conclusions Chapter 12: Conclusion: Women, Journalism and New Media Features of the Gendered Structuring of Journalism Gender and Online Journalism Mainstream Journalism and Interactivity Women, Internet and the Public Sphere
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Women in journalism United States History 20th century, Women in journalism United States History 19th century, Women in journalism Great Britain History 20th century, Women in journalism Great Britain History 19th century