Women and the Media: Feminism and Femininity in Britain, by Maggie Andrews,Sallie McNamara

By Maggie Andrews,Sallie McNamara

The media have performed an important function within the contested and altering social place of girls in Britain because the 1900s. they've got facilitated feminism via either offering discourses and photographs from which girls can build their identities, and delivering areas the place hegemonic rules of femininity will be transformed. This quantity is meant to supply an summary of labor on Broadcasting, movie and Print Media from 1900, whereas attractive to students of heritage and Media, movie and Cultural Studies.

This edited assortment beneficial properties tightly targeted and traditionally contextualised case reports which show off present learn on ladies and media in Britain because the 1900s. The case experiences discover media directed at a very woman viewers corresponding to Woman’s Hour, and magazines corresponding to Vogue, Woman and Marie Claire. girls who paintings within the media, problems with construction, and law are mentioned along the illustration of ladies throughout a wide variety of media from early 20th-century motorcycling magazines, web page three and neighborhood tv information.

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