Women and Mass Communications in the 1990's: An International, Annotated Bibliography

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Greenwood Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 510 pages
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This international survey of literature on women and mass communications focuses on the 1990's and continues where the first volume, Women and Mass Communications: An International Annotated Bibliography (Greenwood, 1991), left off. Some pre-1990 works that were omitted in the first volume are included here as well. The work is organized by continents and regions and includes the Middle East; Asia, Australia and Oceania; Europe; Latin America and the Caribbean; and North America. The first chapter provides a global perspective, and the following chapters are divided topically. All genres of publications, such as books, periodicals, dissertations, and conference papers, are examined.

This reference will appeal to both women's studies and communications scholars and especially to those with an interest in international studies. As a useful guide to further research, the annotated citations are alphabetically arranged by author or article title and are numbered consecutively. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of the significant literature in the study of women and mass communications.

  

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WOMEN AND MASS COMMUNICATIONS GLOBAL AND COMPARITICE PERSPECTIVES
1
Historical Studies
26
Women as Audience
36
Women Practicioners
39
Womens Media
43
AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST
47
The Middle East
58
ASIA AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA
61
Caribbean
185
Central America
188
South America
191
NORTH AMERICA
198
United States
205
ADDENDUM UPDATES
412
Africa and the Middle East
419
Asia Australia and Oceania
420

Australia and Oceania
114
EUROPE
123
Western Europe
128
LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
181
Women as Audience
183
Womens Media
184
Europe
421
Latin America and the Caribbean
425
AUTHOR INDEX
431
SUBJECT INDEX
474
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JOHN A. LENT is the author or editor of fifty-two books and monographs and hundreds of articles.

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