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Unformatted Document Text:  Tracking number: ICA-12-11416 27 hooks, b. (1989). Talking Back: Thinking Feminist, Thinking Black. Boston: South End Press. Israel, B. (1993, October 3). The sexes: Pages of their own? New York Times, p. 9:1. Lewis, C. (1992). Making sense of common sense: A Framework for tracking hegemony. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 9, 277-292. Lont, C. (1995). Women and Media: Content/Careers/Criticism. Belmont: Wadsworth. Maeglin, K. (1995, September 7). TCT’s new Savvy has something for everyone. The Capital Times, p. F1. Marzolf, M. (1977). Up from the Footnote: A History of Women Journalists. New York: Hasting House. Marzolf, M. T. (1993). Deciding what’s ‘women’s news.” Media Studies Journal: The Media and Women Without Apology, 7:1-2, 33-47. Mills, K. (1988). A Place in the News: From the Women’s Pages to the Front Page. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co. Media and Gender Monitor. (1998). The women’s page: Godsend or ghetto? Available Http: http://www.aworc.org/bpfa/pub/sec_j/com00002.html. Merritt, S. & Gross, H. (1978). Women’s page/lifestyle editors: Does sex make a difference? Journalism Quarterly, 55, 508-514. Miller, S. H. (1976). Changes in women’s/lifestyle sections. Journalism Quarterly, 53:76, 641-647. Miller, S. (1993). Opportunity squandered – Newspapers and women’s news. Media Studies Journal: The Media and Women without Apology, 7:1-2, 167-182. Morley, D. & Chen, K-H. (1996), Stuart Hall: Critical Dialogues in Cultural Studies. London: Routledge. Omi, M. & Winant, H. (1994). Racial Formation in the United States: From the 1960s to the 1990s, 2nd ed. London: Routledge. Rapping, E. (1994). Media-tions: Forays into the Culture and Gender Wars. Boston:MA: South End Press. Ryan, B. (1992). Feminism and the Women’s Movement: Dynamics of Change in Social Movement, Ideology and Activism. New York: Routledge.

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hooks, b. (1989). Talking Back: Thinking Feminist, Thinking Black. Boston: South End
Press.

Israel, B. (1993, October 3). The sexes: Pages of their own? New York Times, p. 9:1.

Lewis, C. (1992). Making sense of common sense: A Framework for tracking hegemony.
Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 9, 277-292.

Lont, C. (1995). Women and Media: Content/Careers/Criticism. Belmont: Wadsworth.

Maeglin, K. (1995, September 7). TCT’s new Savvy has something for everyone. The
Capital Times, p. F1.

Marzolf, M. (1977). Up from the Footnote: A History of Women Journalists. New York:
Hasting House.

Marzolf, M. T. (1993). Deciding what’s ‘women’s news.” Media Studies Journal: The
Media and Women Without Apology, 7:1-2, 33-47.

Mills, K. (1988). A Place in the News: From the Women’s Pages to the Front Page. New
York: Dodd, Mead & Co.

Media and Gender Monitor. (1998). The women’s page: Godsend or ghetto? Available
Http: http://www.aworc.org/bpfa/pub/sec_j/com00002.html.

Merritt, S. & Gross, H. (1978). Women’s page/lifestyle editors: Does sex make a
difference? Journalism Quarterly, 55, 508-514.

Miller, S. H. (1976). Changes in women’s/lifestyle sections. Journalism Quarterly,
53:76, 641-647.

Miller, S. (1993). Opportunity squandered – Newspapers and women’s news. Media
Studies Journal: The Media and Women without Apology, 7:1-2, 167-182.

Morley, D. & Chen, K-H. (1996), Stuart Hall: Critical Dialogues in Cultural Studies.
London: Routledge.

Omi, M. & Winant, H. (1994). Racial Formation in the United States: From the 1960s to
the 1990s, 2nd ed. London: Routledge.

Rapping, E. (1994). Media-tions: Forays into the Culture and Gender Wars. Boston:MA:
South End Press.

Ryan, B. (1992). Feminism and the Women’s Movement: Dynamics of Change in Social
Movement, Ideology and Activism. New York: Routledge.


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